HI, I'M EVA

I'M AN EXPERIENCED COMMUNITY ORGANIZER AND LIAISON. I HAVE A TRACK RECORD OF SHOWING UP TO HELP RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES.

I'M RUNNING BECAUSE WE NEED AN ACTIVE VOICE REPRESENTING DISTRICT 4 IN CITY DECISION-MAKING PROCESSES.

a woman in jeans and a hat is posing for a picture
a woman in jeans and a hat is posing for a picture

DISTRICT 4

EXPERIENCED A 20.5% POPULATION INCREASE SINCE 2010

Sources: Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute, David Eccles School of Business, University of Utah; U.S. Census Bureau, 2020 Census

RECOGNIZE YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD?

Then you might live in District 4!

*Map of District 4

THE ISSUES

I LIKE TO CALL THEM OPPORTUNITIES

#1

CONNECTING COMMUNITIES

District 4 is the epicenter of our city and contains the most diverse zoning code. We have a duty to budget, plan, and build in a way that connects communities together. Access to opportunity should not be determined by the district you live in or by the transportation you take to get there. It is Eva's commitment to invest in long-term planning solutions to build infrastructure that sews the thread through our districts and binds our city geographically. And YES-- that means investing in a high-frequency transit network, city-wide.

city skyline during night time
city skyline during night time
#2

HOUSING IS A HUMAN RIGHT

Housing is a fundamental human right. Period.
Everyone should have access to housing options regardless of socioeconomic status. Eva is committed to creating an inclusive and thriving community where everyone has the opportunity to secure a place to call home.

Let's spread the love and invite more neighbors into our neighborhoods.

#3

PRESERVATION EARLY, OFTEN

a construction site with construction equipment and construction workers
a construction site with construction equipment and construction workers

Eva is committed to incentivizing building preservation in District 4. It is the sustainable choice and keeps our housing inventory affordable.

The city must articulate what we are building and preserving. As a renter, Eva knows what it's like to "rent-hop" in the city in search of a permanent neighborhood. No resident should live in fear of their family, neighbor, or community being displaced. We need to prioritize neighborhood preservation while acknowledging private property rights, whenever possible.

#4

ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP

Eva is focused on enhancing air quality, promoting net-zero development, and securing our Great Salt Lake for generations to come.

As an outdoor and sports enthusiast, she understands that protecting our natural and urban spaces is essential to enhancing our quality of life. Salt Lakers deserve a fighting chance against climate change. We can build with dignity for our community and environment. We can monitor our air particulate matter and invest in fire mitigation plans. We can combat urban heat-island effect by monitoring the energy use of new and existing buildings, strengthen our urban canopy, and connect people to green space.

Whale, we can audit our water consumption and redefine industrial use compared to residential use too. Every droplet needs a purpose.

2%

RENTER VACANCY RATE

10

NEIGHBORHOODS

7

PARKS

Are you a busy bee looking
to get involved?