Make sure you're signed up for the sessions of interest to YOU!
Annual is Underway- Are You On Board?
The 2020 ULCT Annual Convention is off to a great start and now that you're registered, we want to make sure you're able to attend all the events that interest you, including tomorrow's regional in-person mobile tours and Wednesday-Friday's workshops, roundtables, and general sessions.
(If you haven't registered, it's not too late. Click the tab below.)
Once you register, you'll receive an email from Crowd Compass about downloading the Attendee Hub conference app. You will set your schedule in this app, which can be downloaded on your computer, on your phone, or both. You must download the app to select your schedule and receive appropriate links for the virtual workshops. Click the tab below for a step-by-step list of how to download the app and sign up for the events of interest to you.
Small, in-person mobile tours are underway throughout the state as part of our convention and you're invited to attend those near you. Day one included some great mobile tours, such as the Uintah County Innovation Hub, a bicycle ride to see the infrastructure in South Jordan's Daybreak community, and a visit to the new All Abilities Park in Spanish Fork.
Here are the mobile tours scheduled for tomorrow:
Salt Lake City Active Transportation Bike Tour
Davis North Water Treatment Plant
Ogden's Monarch Tour
South Salt Lake: Revitalization of 3900 South, Control Structure Tour
Strawberry River Emergency Watershed Protection
Ogden Tours: "Make Ogden" Downtown Master Plan, Energy Wise Communities, Historic Union Station, Net Zero Home
Park City Tours: Olympic Park Improvements/ Kimball Junction Master Plan
St. George: Atwood Innovation Plaza at Dixie State University
These tours are small and personalized for your enjoyment! But you need to sign up in advance if you'd like to participate! Check out this link and see what looks interesting in your region, then go to your Attendee Hub conference app to sign up.
Participate in the Business Session
The 2020 ULCT Business Session will include an update several items, including:
the CARES Act,
community trust in police (Love, Listen, Lead),
Participants in the ULCT Annual Convention business session will vote to ratify recommendations for who will serve on the 2020-21 ULCT Board of Directors.
The ULCT Constitution and Bylaws dictate how voting is to be conducted. All cities and towns in good standing with ULCT are eligible to vote in the business session. Votes are allotted based on the population of each municipality. To accomplish these objectives, ULCT requests all eligible attendees of the Annual Convention business session fill out a brief form indicating whether they intend on voting or not.
Filling out this form will serve as the credentialing process this year.
By default, each municipality’s total votes will be distributed amongst participating delegates from that municipality who fill out the form. For example, if your city has two total votes and two business session participants from your city fill out the form, both participants will receive one vote. ULCT bylaws specify each municipality has the ability to delegate their votes as they see fit, so please contact Karson Eilers (keilers@PROTECTED) if you would like other voting arrangements. The actual process of voting will be conducted in the Zoom webinar chat room. Like our ordinary business sessions, the credentialing process will be closed at the beginning of the session. In order to vote, you must fill out the form by 9:30 AM on Thursday, September 24th. To read FAQs about virtual Business Session voting, click here.
We look forward to having you join us for the business session, workshops, general sessions, and great mobile tours this week at the ULCT Annual Convention!