Future of Cities: Homelessness

Future of Cities Event

Film Screening & Panel Discussion on Homelessness in SLC this Week

The PPC and Impact HUB Salt Lake invite you to a special film screening and panel discussion on homelessness in SLC.

 
The following 2 events are part of the #FutureofCities week-long event series, September 26-30, across fifteen North American Cities on topics of local impact. Please follow these links and plan to attend. Your awareness and educated opinion are critical to solving the problems facing Utah.

 

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Wednesday, September 28, 7:00-9:00 PM
Impact HUB Salt Lake, 150 S. State Street, SLC


Join us for the documentary film screening of Dogtown Redemption this Wednesday at 7:00pm.

This film explores the complex dynamics of race, class, and systemic poverty as it tells the story of four recyclers in Oakland who struggle to survive in a neighborhood already decimated by unemployment, addiction, and violence. Following the screening, film director, Amir Sotani will join us for a live Q&A about the film.

FREE& OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. TICKETS ARE LIMITED.
VIEW TRAILER & GET TICKETS HERE:
http://saltlake.impacthub.net/event/documentary-film-screening-dogtown-redemption/

Doors Open: 7:00pm
Screening Begins: 7:30pm
The film is 60 minutes

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Town Hall: Homelessness

Thursday, September 29, 6:00-9:00PM
Impact HUB Salt Lake, 150 S. State Street, SLC


In this Town Hall, meet key players in mental health, crime, and the economy in Utah. Come learn about the complex factors of this issue and how you can co-create solutions to help our community.

Moderator:

  • Angela Brown | Executive Editor, SLUG Magazine

Panelists:

  • Shaleane Gee | Director of Special Projects & Partnerships, Salt Lake County
  • David Litvack | Deputy Chief of Staff, Salt Lake City
  • Josh Scharman | Deputy Chief of Police, SLCPD
  • Kathy Bray | President & CEO, Volunteers of America Utah
  • Matt Minkevitch | Executive Director, The Road Home
  • Bryson Garbett | Founder & President, Garbett Homes

EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
PLEASE RSVP HERE:
http://saltlake.impacthub.net/event/impact-hub-town-hall-homelessness/

For more information send us a message!

PPC August Membership Meeting with Mayor Ben McAdams

At the August PPC Membership meeting Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams presented a newly proposed action plan to reduce homelessness. PPC Technology Director, Sean Halls, also presents to the coalition regarding innovations in technology which could be applied to social services in America. To learn more about the Salt Lake County Process visit their site here.

PPC June Meeting, 2016

“Community Standards”

When: Wednesday, June 1st, 3:30-5:00pm
Location: Community Room A & B at the Salt Lake Public Safety Building-  475 South 300 East, SLC

What is acceptable and what is not acceptable in a community?

Please join us on Wednesday, June the 1st, to discuss the critical nature of our plan to save the Rio Grande neighborhood in Salt Lake. Change happens from the bottom up and change cannot happen without your community support.

PPC Mayoral Candidate Interview

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

October 2nd, 2015

 

Pioneer Park Coalition Mayoral Candidate Interview

Salt Lake City &mdash The October Pioneer Park Coalition meeting will feature a ’ 1 on 1 ’ conversation with both Salt Lake City Mayoral Candidates, District 4 Council Candidates and the Coalition body.

Mayoral Candidates Ralph Becker and Jackie Biskupski, as well as District 4 City Council Candidates Derek Kitchen and Nate Salazar, are scheduled to take time independently of each other in front of the Coalition.

When: Wednesday, October 7th at 3:00 p.m.

Where: Senate Committee Room 210, Senate Building, Utah State Capitol

Coalition members and media are invited to attend.

We believe the leadership and vision of the Salt Lake City Mayor is absolutely critical in solving the complex issues confronting the Pioneer Park neighborhood including: increasing public safety, reducing crime, and decreasing street-level homelessness.

The Pioneer Park Coalition is a consortium of public, private, faith-based and non-profit sector stakeholders who want to improve the quality of life in the Pioneer Park Neighborhood by developing sustainable solutions.

Follow us on Twitter (@PPC_SLC) and ’’ us on Facebook for more updates on this event.

Headlines for October PPC Meeting

Business owners, community members ‘interview’ mayoral hopefuls on conditions in Pioneer Park area
By Marjorie Cortez – Deseret News
October 7th, 2015

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PPC Salt Lake Mayoral Debate 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

June 22, 2015

Contact: Jonathan Harman, Pioneer Park Coalition director

Cell phone: 801-631-1625

Email:Jonathan@thepioneerparkcoalition.org

 

Pioneer Park Coalition to host Salt Lake City mayoral debate

 

SALT LAKE CITY – Candidates for the 2015 Salt Lake City mayoral race have agreed to participate in a debate sponsored by the Pioneer Park Coalition on Wednesday, July 1st at 4:00 p.m. at KSL 5 TV Studios, located at 5 Triad Center (55 North 3rd West Salt Lake City, UT 84180-1109).

Doug Wright will moderate the debate among candidates Ralph Becker, Jackie Biskupski, George Chapman, Luke Garrott, and Dave Robinson.

Coalition members and media are invited to attend. You can request tickets by contacting Jonathan Harmon at the phone number or email listed above. The doors will open at 3:15 p.m. and close at 3:45 p.m.

For those who cannot attend, the debate will also broadcast live on KSL 5 TV and KSL Newsradio 1160 AM, 102.7 FM.

We believe the leadership of the Salt Lake City mayor is absolutely critical in solving the complex issues confronting the Pioneer Park neighborhood including: increasing public safety, reducing crime, and decreasing street-level homelessness.

The Pioneer Park Coalition is a consortium of public, private, faith-based and non-profit sector stakeholders who want to improve the quality of life in the Pioneer Park neighborhood by developing sustainable solutions.

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