K.E.E.P. Yalecrest Plaque Award - Historic House Tour
Saturday, April 23, 2022
1449 East Harvard Avenue
This historic house was nominated for and received a Preservation Utah Heritage Award in 2021 for "Restoration, Renovation, Stabilization". KEEP Yalecrest is presenting Robert Fowles and Keri Williams a home plaque to celebrate this award. They have graciously offered KEEP Yalecrest members the opportunity for a short tour of the restored home.
New ZOOM Education Series
Learn about the characteristics of various architecture styles and more about your home. If you are on our member email list, you will receive an email four days before the lecture with the meeting link. If you aren't on the member email list, send your email address to email@example.com so we can send you the link to connect to the lecture. You don't need to be a member of ZOOM to attend, just have the ZOOM app downloaded to your viewing device. We are looking forward to seeing you and hearing from you. Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
House Architecture Styles in Yalecrest
Thursday, March 17, 2022
KEEP Yalecrest Signage Dedication
Saturday, May 21, 2022
1300 East and Harvard Avenue (Harvard Triangle)
A Capital Improvement Project (CIP) application for neighborhood signage was approved for funding by Salt Lake City. The signs are for ground mounted bronze Yalecrest signs located at nine perimeter locations and Local Historic District (LHD) signage for each of the six LHD's within the neighborhood. The LHD signs will be mounted atop existing street sign posts. Please join us to celebrate the installation of this important signage that provides identification of our beautiful historic neighborhood
Yalecrest Neighborhood Council March Meeting
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
Minutes excerpt: 1. History and Origins of Yalecrest. Virginia Hylton, second vice president of KEEP Yalecrest, gave a PowerPoint presentation on the history and origins of Yalecrest showing rare photos of its early settlement in the 1870s as well as pictures of the first four homes built near the turn of the century. All four homes remain today and are a viable part of Yalecrest’s housing stock. The advent of electric street cars in 1889 brought more travelers to the eastside and a few decades later, the land known as Douglas Park, was purchased for $200,000 by William Hubbard for development. By the mid-1930s, all 22 subdivisions that currently define Yalecrest, were completed. Hylton’s presentation also delved into the lives of the original homeowners who migrated from the East Coast, as well as those with ties to LDS Church leaders and local retail businesses. View her presentation here. Read minutes here:
2020 Annual Meeting
Saturday, October 10, 2020
Harvard Triangle - 1300 East Harvard Avenue, SLC
Safe snacks and drinks provided
Please bring your own folding chair if you have one,
we will bring a few extra just in case
Please wear a mask
Hand sanitizer and wipes will be available
A restroom will be available at 1193 S 1300 E
Take a self-guided walking tour while you're there!
Follow the script from our 2013 tour of notable homes
on lower Harvard and Yale Avenues:
Saturday, February 22, 2020
Greenwood Residence, 1193 S. 1300 East, SLC
Happy New Year. As we look forward to a promising 2020, we are having a Winter Social for our members and are excited to have Kathleen Stanford formerly of Preserve Murray, now current President of Historic Murray First Foundation as a guest speaker at this event. Preserve Murray is a grass roots organization that works closely with Preservation Utah to maintain and preserve historical buildings in Murray. They are happy to share their preservation stories and successes with our group. For more information on Kathleen or her current organization please visit HistoricMurrayFirstFoundation.org.
We look forward to seeing you - please feel free to bring a guest or a preservation minded neighbor.
Yalecrest Garden Tour
Saturday, September 7, 2019
The K.E.E.P. Yalecrest Board of Directors, along with Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District, welcomed Gardencomm members, garden tour owners/guests, street residents, and K.E.E.P. Yalecrest members to a special sampling of the beautiful gardens in our historic neighborhood.
This free event began at the triangle commons on Harvard Avenue and 13th East, where guests received a garden tour wristband and brochure. We ask that children under age 12 are accompanied by an adult. The tour was hit for GardenComm and neighborhood attendees alike.
View the brochure:
See events photos below: