Welcome to the Sandy Hills Community Council WebSite Dear Residents of the Unincorporated Sandy Hills  On October 21st, 2008 at the Sandy Library, a group of residence from the unincorporated areas of Salt Lake County, recognized by the Count as the Sandy Hill’s areas, met to discuss and address concerns of creating a community council  During the course of this meeting, with the help of officials from neighboring community councils, we were able to resurrect the Sandy Hill’s Community Council. The Sandy Hill’s Community was actually incorporated by a few individuals back in Oct 2001. However, the non-profit corporation failed to renew its license and let it expire Oct 2003.  The residents who were present at this meeting made the decision based upon the result of a mandated survey proposed by the State Legislature: To respond and implement the desires of the majority of residence and property owners residing in these unincorporated areas, At this meeting, an election was held and a community Council created.. Nominations and elections of officers was established.  This newly elected Community Council consists of local volunteers who represent your politically subdivisions and will have the job of establishing a strong and united foundation working hand in hand with the Salt Lake County Government. Sandy Hill’s Community Council will represent 5 areas know as ‘”Districts” of unincorporated Salt Lake County and the council will consist of 5 district representatives and 4 ”At Large” Representatives  The survey established a strong and overwhelming desire to remain an “Unincorporated Salt Lake County” Continued efforts will be made with the state Legislature to develop a feasible implemented plan to carry into effect the results of this survey.  The Sandy Hills, community Council (SHCC), will meet as a board once a month on the second Wednesday at approx 7:00 pm at a public venue (Sandy Library 1300 East 10100 South) All are welcome to attend.
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