PARKS &

PUBLIC

LANDS

Parks are a public asset and a public service. We must protect parks and public lands while also providing access to residents and pets. I have consistently voted to support our parks by restoring and expanding critical maintenance operations while opposing development interests that would exploit or limit access to the public.

District Three is fortunate to be home to some of the most unique parks, trails, and protected public lands in the county—from Memory Grove and Ensign Peak to the Bonneville Shoreline Trail and the Wasatch Foothills. Enjoyment of these and other public places is a fundamental part of Salt Lake City's economy and our culture. That’s why I will always work to preserve parks and public lands for generations to come.