Even many locals may be unaware of the rich history, tiny pockets, and the sheer number of designated neighborhoods in Salt Lake City — places like Swedetown or Euclid. Then, there’s the added controversy over borders. Where exactly does Sugarhouse begin and end? In 2019, we’ll design logos, shirts, and even flags for 20 to 30 neighborhoods and still won’t cover them all.

NP SLC Neighborhoods PRint

We’re not naive enough, however, to think this won’t be without some controversy. We’ve chosen to be somewhat arbitrary in our neighborhood selections, names, and boundaries. Basically, for The Neighborhood Project, we get to make up the rules. 

the neighborhoods

Not every neighborhood will be included. We will draw a neighborhood for each participating designer or team. Undoubtedly, there will be some left out. 

  • The Avenues
  • Marmalade
  • Granary
  • Rose Park
  • Fairpark
  • University
  • Liberty Wells
  • Capitol Hill
  • Federal Heights
  • Ballpark
  • Central City
  • Highland Park
  • 9th and 9th
  • 15th and 15th
  • Capitol Hill
  • Yalecrest
  • St. Mary’s
  • Poplar Grove
  • Westpointe
  • Swedetown
  • Japantown
  • Plum Alley
  • Sugarhood
  • Douglas
  • People’s Freeway
  • Wasatch Hollow
  • Euclid
  • East Bench
  • Refinery
  • Liberty Park
  • Greektown
  • Glendale
  • Brewery Mile
  • Broadway
  • Foothill
  • Arcadia Heights
  • Yuma View
  • Westmoreland Place