We want to hear from you about KRCL's physical space!

  • September 7, 2018
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KRCL is turning 40 next year! We're looking ahead at our future and asking the important questions that any soon to be 40-year-old asks themselves – specifically related to the building that we currently broadcast from. We’re working with AMD Architecture to determine the station’s current and future space needs. This portion of the process shines a light on YOU and your relationship with KRCL’s home. Have you been to the station? Have you visited other public or community radio stations that resonated with you? Fill out this quick survey to let us know what you think. We appreciate your time and investment in KRCL!

Please take the survey here.

Thank you!

Here's a timeline of KRCL's home in Salt Lake City.

1979 - Listeners Community Radio of Utah is born, broadcasts from donated office space at Westminster College
1979 - KRCL moves to the top floor of The Blue Mouse in Salt Lake City at 262 East 100 South– co-owners of The Blue Mouse donate space for a year
1982 - KRCL moves to the Salt Lake Community Action Program (CAP) building at 208 West 800 South in Salt Lake City (KRCL rents half the building from CAP)
1998 - KRCL launches a capital campaign to purchase its own building
1999 - KRCL moves to a temporary space at 230 South 500 West in Salt Lake City while the station’s permanent home is being renovated
2000 - KRCL purchases and moves into its own building at 1971 West North Temple in Salt Lake City (5,000 square feet) – the building and equipment are purchased without a single loan! Fully supported by listeners, foundations and businesses.