Board of Adjustment Vacancy
There are three (3) Board of Adjustment (BOA) vacancies available for appointment, two members and an alternate position. Full BOA terms are for five years. Board members are required to be residents of Park City. Existing Board Members have the choice to reapply for a subsequent term.
The Board meets at 5:00 p.m. on the 3rd Tuesday of the month as needed. Special meetings may be called on the 1st Tuesday of the Month. On average the BOA meets 4-8 times a year.
This is a Board created pursuant to the Utah Code to hear and decide on Appeals for zoning decisions and Variances to the terms of the Land Management Code. The application deadline is Friday April 28, 2017 at 5:00 PM. Interviews with City Council will to be determined.
Historic Preservation Board Vacancy
There are four (4) Historic Preservation Board (HPB) positions available for appointment as of May, 2017. Three (3) of the positions are for full terms and one (1) is for an unexpired term that will end in May of 2018. HPB members are appointed for terms of three years. Board members need not be residents of Park City. Existing Board Members have the choice to reapply for a subsequent term.
The Board meets at 5:00 p.m. on the 1st Wednesday of each month and as needed periodically. On average the Board meets 12-18 times a year.
This is a Board created pursuant to the Utah Code to preserve and encourage the unique historic character in the Historic District that reflect Park City’s mining heritage; all in accordance with the Land Management Code and the Historic District Design Guidelines. Selection criteria include demonstrated interest or knowledge of Historic Preservation. All criteria may be viewed online. The application deadline is April 28, 2017 at 5:00 PM. Interview with City Council will be determined.
Call Louis Rodriguez for more information at (435)-615-5061.
The Planning Department processes land use applications, provides public information related to zoning, mapping and subdivision regulations; prepares and reviews long-range plans, policies and programs that promote land use policy established by the City Council and Planning Commission; maintains a comprehensive general plan in addition to Zoning and Subdivision Ordinances; issues construction permits for individual developments that implement all the regulations and conditions placed on the property; and administers an Historic District grant program.
The Planning Department has a City Planner on Call available to assist the public with questions regarding the Land Use Code. Simple inquiries, such as confirming the zone district of a property, can typically be answered over the phone or email. For more complex issues, visit the POC during walk-in hours which are from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM or call to make an appointment.
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