Community & Public
Old Town Snow Removal Schedule & Temporary Parking Allowances
SNOW REMOVAL FOR OLD TOWN AND NEW PARKING ALLOWANCES through JANUARY 15
Questions: Lynn Ware Peek, 435-615-5206, email@example.com
Snow removal taking place Thursday and Friday 1/05 & 1/06, mostly in Old Town:
---Main Street and Swede Alley---Daly Avenue---Sandridge Lots
---King Road---Sampson Ave---Upper Norfolk
---Upper Park Avenue (King Road to Heber Ave)---Upper Woodside (King Road to Park Ave)
WE WILL UPDATE AS CREWS CONTINUE TO DIG OUT! Thanks for your help in keeping parked cars off these roads at this time. Please note new parking allowances in place until January 15th:
- Park City Municipal is providing additional parking at the Mawhinney Parking Lot (across from Library) at 1200 Park Avenue. Parking will be available without time restrictions from now until January 15, 2017.
- Covered levels of China Bridge will be available between 8:00 PM and 8:00 AM until January 15th. This is for overnight parking so crews can clear.Other daytime parking regulations will be the same as always. – THIS IS IMPORTANT!This is just for overnight parking, daytime parking limits are as usual.
- This will provide time for the Streets crews to widen and haul snow away from the narrow old town streets.
The Community Engagement team is part of the City’s Sustainability Department. We are responsible for civic dialog, community outreach and citizen-engagement initiatives, media inquiries, and crisis and emergency communications. The goal of the Community Engagement team is to sustain and enhance the Park City community through a broad range of public involvement activities and community programs.
Media inquiries should be directed to Linda Jager.
Community Engagement Team
Linda Jager, Community Engagement Manager
Kim Clark, Community Outreach Specialist
Joann Martin, Community Engagement Analyst
May 22, 3:57 PM
PCMC is currently constructing eight affordable homes on a city-owned plot in Lower Park Avenue. Two of the eight homes--1450 and 1460 Park Avenue--are historic miner's cottages that are being preserved. The other six are new construction. Two of the units will be 750-square-foot one-bedroom homes; five will be 1,120-square-foot two-bedroom homes; one will be a 1,350 three-bedroom home. This project is an important step in the city's ambitious housing goal: City Council has identified affordable and attainable housing as one of its three critical priorities, and has set the goal of building 800 new affordable units by 2026. Learn more about the city's housing goals in this op-ed by Mayor Jack Thomas: http://bit.ly/PCMC_affordable_housing
May 22, 2:27 PM
PCMC will be honoring the annual Historic Preservation Award winners following Coffee with Council, tomorrow 5:30 at library, immediately following Coffee with Council. As part of the five-year anniversary of this awards program, the City will also be presenting bronze plaques to award-winning preservation projects completed both in 2016 and in years past. You can view before and after photos of last year's five honorees. Learn more here: http://bit.ly/PCMC_historic_preservation
May 19, 5:17 PM
The new Fourth of July Parade application is now available online. Applications are due June 9th, and late applications will be accepted through June 16 (fees double for late applications). Volunteer signups are also available via the same link. We look forward to hosting an exciting, safe, and fun Fourth of July!!
May 22, 4:04 PM
Main St sidewalk project began this am: west side btwn Eating Establishment and Lululemon. Businesses will remain o… https://t.co/vxoyNDAN4w
May 22, 3:06 PM
Check out Leadership Class 23's "Bid For Bonanza" Auction and upcoming events to help support Bonanza Flat! https://t.co/5hOrxnF0Dj