The Historic Preservation Board consists of five members who are appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the City Council. Members need not be residents of Park City. Each member serves a term of three years and receives compensation of $60 per meeting.
The Historic Preservation Board meet regularly the 1st Wednesday of each month in the City Hall Council Chambers located at 445 Marsac Avenue. Meetings begin at 5:00 pm subject to change.
This is a board created pursuant to the Utah Code to preserve and encourage design preferences that reflect Park City's mining heritage according to the Land Management Code and the Historic District Design Guidelines. Title 15, Chapter 11 of the Land Management Code contains detailed information regarding the Historic Preservation Board.
|CHERYL HEWETT||Sept. 2017|
|PUGGY HOLMGREN||Sept. 2017|
|LOLA BEATLEBROX||Sept. 2017|
|HOPE MELVILLE||May 2018 (Resigned)|
There is one Historic Preservation Board (HPB) positions available for re-appointment as of May, 2015. HPB members are appointed for terms of three years. Board members need not be residents of Park City.
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.
Applications are available at the Park City Planning Department at 445 Marsac Avenue and online here. Call Louis Rodriguez for more information at (435) 615-5061 or email at email@example.com