Land Use Review Public Meetings
A land use application is required by Park City’s Land Management Code to ensure future development complies with the City's land use regulations.
Land use applications in Park City require staff-level administrative review, Planning Commission review, or Planning Commission recommendation to City Council for final review. Land use applications for Historic Sites or for properties within the Historic Districts may require Historic Preservation Board review, depending on the scope of the project. Requests for variances from the Land Management Code are reviewed by the Board of Adjustment. Please see Land Management Code Section 15-1-8 to see the land use authority for each application type.
Staff-level administrative reviews require public hearings, which are known as Administrative Public Hearings. These meetings occur weekly on Thursdays at noon in the Planning Conference Room (445 Marsac Avenue, 2nd Floor). Each week, a Zoom link, an agenda, and packet are provided on the City’s Listen Live webpage so that interested community members can participate in the public hearing. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to review staff reports, exhibits, and meeting minutes from previous meetings.
Planning Commission, Historic Preservation Board, and Board of Adjustment public hearings are held in Council Chambers (445 Marsac Avenue, 1st Floor). A Zoom link, an agenda, and packet are provided on the City’s Listen Live webpage so that interested community members can participate in the public hearing. The Planning Commission meets the second and fourth Wednesday of the month, the Historic Preservation Board meets the first Wednesday of the month, and the Board of Adjustment meets on Tuesdays as needed. To view the archived staff reports, exhibits, and meeting minutes, please visit the City’s Listen Live webpage.
For more information on participating in public meetings, please call (435) 615 – 5060, or email email@example.com.