Blue Ribbon Commission on Housing
Affordable and attainable housing is one of City Council's three critical priorities.The City is undertaking a comprehensive review and update of our existing housing programs, policies, and regulatory approaches. The City has engaged Economic & Planning Systems (EPS) to assist the City in this process and provide recommendations on future policies and approaches.
City Council also gave approval for the formation of a Blue Ribbon Commission to provide community perspectives on current housing-related issues and challenges and any recommended updates to existing policies. The commission is composed of seven registered voters living in Park City limits, who were selected through an application process. This is a limited-term appointment through March 31, 2016.
The first meeting was held October 26, and the commission is expected to meet biweekly through January 2016.
- Nicole Butolph
- Tom Horton
- Ron Hunt
- Meg Ryan
- Mark Sletten
- Mike Stewart
- Glenn Wright
PCMC Staff Members:
- Phyllis McDonough Robinson, Community & Public Affairs Manager
- Rhoda Stauffer, Housing Specialist
- Elizabeth Quinn Fregulia, Community Affairs Associate
Blue Ribbon Commission on the Soil Ordinance and Soil Disposal OptionsThe Soil Commission is a multi-faceted community task force charged to:
- understand and evaluate the environmental and economic challenges presented by Park City's mining legacy;
- explore possible changes to the Park City Soil Ordinance;
- explore mine waste soil disposal options and their economic impacts; and,
- make recommendations to Council that balance public and private interests and that will inform future Council actions.