How to get a new Great Salt Lake license plate

A new license plate designed to raise money for the Great Salt Lake City will be available soon — but only if at least 500 people sign up to buy it.

The license plate is intended to draw attention to the plight of the Great Salt Lake and ways to save it. It was created following a bipartisan bill passed in the Utah state legislature this year. The money from the special license plate is given to community organizations that carry out projects to support the lake.

However, for the specialty platter to become a reality, at least 500 people must sign up and pay $46 for it. So far, advocates for the sign have persuaded 100 people to run for one, said Sen. Jennifer Plumb, D-Salt Lake City, who sponsored the bill. She said they are hosting community events to let people know the plate is available.

“Hey, do you care about the Great Salt Lake? Something you might be interested in: A license plate on your car that represents a small donation to education, research, development and the like,” Senator Plumb told FOX 13 News on Thursday. “It was great to see how people took that.”

Information on how to obtain a Great Salt Lake license plate can be found here.

This article is published by the Great Salt Lake Collaborative, a solutions journalism initiative that brings together news, education and media organizations to educate people about the plight of the Great Salt Lake — and what can be done to help make a difference before it’s too late. Read all of our stories below

Justin Scaccy

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