In November 2016, Salt Lake County voters will have the opportunity to approve the Parks & Recreation Bond, which will authorize the county to issue $90 million in bonds to build new parks and recreation centers, as well as to renovate and improve existing facilities.
The Parks & Recreation Bond will provide $59 million to build 11 new recreation facilities and parks in Salt Lake County, and $31 million for maintenance and improvement funding for existing ZAP 1 and ZAP 2 projects. Each project fills current and future recreational needs of the citizens defined in Salt Lake County's Parks & Rec 2015 Master Plan.
See this website for a list of proposed projects including:
Maintenance & Improvement Projects - $31,000,000
Maintenance and improvement projects include repairing, updating or replacing many amenities throughout Salt Lake County including:
Dimple Dell Regional Park - North Rim Trail phase 1 Equestrian Park - maintenance and improvement projects
Mick Riley Golf Course - replace clubhouse, renovate irrigation
Mountain Trails - maintenance & improvement projects
Oquirrh Park - pavilion, playground, restroom, open lawn area
Salt Lake County Parks - Complete final phase of central irrigation system
Southridge Park - Irrigation renovation, replace tennis courts, build pump track
Sugar House Park - Dredge pond
Universally Accessible Playgrounds - new playgrounds throughout county