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What is a zoning district?
How do I apply for a position with Park City Municipal?
Can I apply for more than one job?
Should I include a resume?
Can I get my water tested?
Do you sell ice skates?
What is the required equipment for drop-in hockey?
Which instructor is right for my child?
How thick is the ice?
When should I buy skates?
How does my child get into a competition?
If my child is taking lessons, how often should he/she practice?
When should I hire a private instructor for my child or myself?
Can I buy used skates?
Do you provide fingerprint services and if so, when?
How can I obtain a copy of a police report?
How do I schedule an inspection?
Who can I contact with a general building code question?
What info do I need before I dig/excavate?
How long does it take to get a Building Permit?
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Q: What is a zoning district?
A:

Park City has been divided into a number of areas called zoning districts. Each district is specifically addressed in the Land Management Code and uses (commercial, residential, mixed etc.) are spelled out along with requirements for construction. Each zone is unique and the Code is written to address the specific details of that area.

- Current Zoning Map

Q: How do I apply for a position with Park City Municipal?
A:
The City accepts either a City application or a resume for open positions only.  Applications and submission information can be found here.
Q: Can I apply for more than one job?
A:
Yes.  Just specify the position or positions you are interested in on a resume or application.
Q: Should I include a resume?
A:
The City does accept resumes for open positions, and will consider those applicants.  However, we require a completed City job application before hire.   Job applications are found here.
Q: Can I get my water tested?
A:

The Park City Water Department tests the water supplied to the city consistently. We run tests throughout the system, every day in compliance with EPA and Utah Division of Drinking Water requirements. In addition, we collect samples for numerous constituents in eight representative areas of the city so that data for the quality of water that is delivered to your service is readily available. You can access this information on this site at Water Quality In Your Area.

It is not necessary to have your water tested. However, if you desire to have your water tested, the Park City Water Department will be glad to recommend local labs that are certified by the Utah Division of Drinking Water.

Q: Do you sell ice skates?
A:

YES, we do! 

We sell both Risport and Jackson Skates. Appointments are available for fittings. Skates are not stocked but ordered in.

Q: What is the required equipment for drop-in hockey?
A:

All hockey activities at the Park City Ice Arena require the following equipment:

  • hockey skates
  • shin guards
  • elbow pads
  • hockey gloves
  • hockey stick
  • protective cup
  • hockey helmet. Face mask is required if under 18 years of age.
Q: Which instructor is right for my child?
A:

Some things to look for in a coach are personality, teaching style, teaching experience, skating background, and technical know-how. We have several great instructors available. Please view our Private Lessons flyer for more information about our private instructors

We recommend coming to watch the instructors in action as they teach other students to see the various teaching styles in action.  Another important consideration when choosing an instructor is their compatibility with your schedule. If you have questions when selecting an instructor you may also contact Skating Academy Director, Erika Roberts at eroberts@parkcity.org.

Q: How thick is the ice?
A:
1.25 to 1.50 inches.  Our ice making team takes readings with a sonar device 2 times a week in 60 consistent locations and performs ice maintenance accordingly to ensure that the surface is level.
Q: When should I buy skates?
A:
Skates can be purchased at any time. We sell skates in every price range.
Q: How does my child get into a competition?
A:
Skaters need to take private lessons to get a program for competition. The coach will provide all necessary information.
Q: If my child is taking lessons, how often should he/she practice?
A:
Skaters should practice twice as much as they have lessons.
Q: When should I hire a private instructor for my child or myself?
A:
Private lessons can be arranged at any time for any age or level.
Q: Can I buy used skates?
A:
Yes! We have an inventory of used skates in limited sizes. We offer this as a service to our customers. 
Q: Do you provide fingerprint services and if so, when?
A:
Effective 11/23/13,  fingerprint services are available every Saturday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm (except Holidays). There is no charge for the service and you do not need an appointment. If the requestor does not provide a card, we have cards available.
Q: How can I obtain a copy of a police report?
A:

You can come in to the Records Department at 2060 Park Avenue between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m, Monday through Friday. You will be required to fill out a form and present a photo ID. The cost is $2.00 for a standard police report. If you are unable to come in to the department or live out of town, you can call the records department at 435-615-5507 and a request form will be mailed or faxed to you.

Records Request

Q: How do I schedule an inspection?
A:
Contact the Building Department Inspection Line (435) 615-5103 or in City Hall.  The date, time, contractor's name, location address and building permit number is required to schedule the inspection.  You must request the inspection by 4pm the day prior to the inspection date.
Q: Who can I contact with a general building code question?
A:
A building inspector is available in the office from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM Monday thru Friday and can be contacted by calling 435-615-5100
Q: What info do I need before I dig/excavate?
A:

You need to know the color code for underground lines before you start to dig.  The colors can be found by clicking the link below.

American Public Works Association Uniform Color Code

You can also call BLUE STAKES OF UTAH at 1-800-662-4111.

Q: How long does it take to get a Building Permit?
A:

Simple permits can be pulled over-the-counter Monday - Friday between the hours of 8 AM and 10 AM.  These permits include residential int. remodels and non-structural demos, as well as, re-roofs/re-sides (with HOA approval if applicable).  The process usually takes around 20 minutes.

All other permits must be logged in.  When plans are logged in the first initial plan check can take up to ten (10) business days.  After the first plan check is complete and corrections are assessed you will be able to make an appointment with your Plan Checker to go over the necessary changes in order to pull the permit.

AFTER YOUR FIRST INITIAL PLAN CHECK, THE AMOUNT OF TIME THE PERMIT PROCESS TAKES DEPENDS ON YOUR ABILITY TO FOLLOW-UP AND MAKE CORRECTIONS.

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