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The Community Engagement team is part of the City’s Sustainability Department. We are responsible for community outreach, citizen-engagement initiatives, social media, media inquiries, and emergency communications. Our goal is to sustain and enhance the Park City community through a broad range of public involvement activities.

For additional information on our most recent programs please visit the following links:

 Community Engagement Team

Linda Jager, Community Engagement Manager

Tanzi Propst, Digital Communications Coordinator

Emma Prysunka, Communications Specialist

Clayton Scrivner, Communications Manager

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Park City Council Meeting Summary August 16, 2018

Post Date:08/29/2018 3:15 PM


Strategic Code Enforcement Update: The City’s Building Department provided a bi-annual update on current community outreach efforts, especially regarding code enforcement and noise ordinances. The Building Department also sought Council input regarding current construction working hours. Council and Mayor Beerman discussed options for reducing construction hours or if it should be discussed at a home builders meeting. The group also agreed that providing regular, easy-to-find, and up-to-date Backhoe Reports will be helpful. More information available in the Code Enforcement Staff Report.

Launch of Summit Community Power Works (SPCW) Challenge: The City’s Environmental Sustainability team presented the Summit Community Power Works (SCPW) Challenge, slated for launch on August 27, 2018. The SPCW Challenge website platform is designed to activate and provide resources to Park City and Summit County residents to improve the energy efficiency of their homes and lifestyles. The site can be found at Read more here: SCPW Challenge Staff Report.


Council Approved:
  • Request to Authorize the City Manager to enter into an agreement between Park City School District and Park City Municipal to design and construct a Pedestrian and Bicycle Tunnel on SR-248/Kearns Boulevard and to enter into a Line Extension Agreement with Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District. Read more in the Transportation Staff Report.

  • Request to authorize the City Manager to enter into a construction agreement in a form approved by the City Attorney’s Office with DRD Paving LLC, for the Ice Arena Mezzanine Reconstruction Project in an amount not to exceed $88,766.0. Read more in the Ice Arena Contract Staff Report.

  • Request to authorize the City Manager to execute the First Addendum to the Professional Services Agreement, in a form approved by the City Attorney, with Ward Engineering Group for Golf Course Survey and Platting Services in an amount not to exceed $23,894.75. Read more in the Golf Course Contract Staff Report.


Relocation and Reorientation of 424 Woodside Avenue Structure: Council ratified the findings of fact, conclusions of law and order granting in part and denying in part the appeal of the Historic Preservation Board’s decision regarding the relocation and reorientation of a significant structure at 424 Woodside Avenue. Read the full 424 Woodside Avenue Staff Report.


$48M General Obligation Open Space Bond for the Treasure Hill and Armstrong/Snow Ranch Pasture: Council approved Resolution 22-2018 unanimously. The resolution will add a $48M General Obligation Open Space Bond for the Treasure Hill and Armstrong/Snow Ranch Pasture to the ballot, for public decision, this November. For more information, read the Bond Resolution Staff Report.
Special Event City Service Fee Reduction: Council approved special event city service fee reduction recommendations for the following events: Fourth of July Celebration-$44,100; Big Stars Bright Nights-$36,000; Tour of Utah-$45,360; Miners’ Day Celebration-$26,000. More information in the Special Event Fee Reduction Request Staff Report.

Inclusion of 950 Iron Horse Drive as an Official Sundance Venue to the Sundance Film Festival: 
Council approved the inclusion of 950 Iron Horse Drive as an official Sundance venue to the Sundance Film Festival Supplemental Plan, conditioned on approval of a final operations plan. This space, located next to Rite Aid, has sufficient parking and is not anticipated to impact congestion and will be sublet to minimize a dark storefront throughout the rest of the year. Read the full Sundance Supplemental Plan Staff Report.


  • City Council:8/30, 6:00 p.m. @ City Hall (Meeting agenda and packet available here)
  • Recreation Advisory Board:9/4, 6:00 p.m. @ PCMARC
  • Historic Preservation Board:9/5, 5:00 p.m. @ City Hall
  • Planning Commission:9/12, 5:30 p.m. @ City Hall
  • City Council:9/13, 6:00 p.m. @ City Hall


  • Bike Back to School, Work, and Play Day: 8/31, 8-9:30 a.m. (More info here)
  • Summit Bike Share Fare-Free Day: 8/31, all day (More info here)
  • Friends of the Library Used Book Sale: 9/1-2, 9-10:30 a.m. and 9/3, 10:30 a.m. - 2:00 Park City Library
  • Try Hockey for Free: 8/28 and 8/30, 5:15 p.m. at Ice Arena
  • Back to Cool!: 9/08, 4:00 p.m. at Ice Arena


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This is an unofficial summary of the City Council meeting.To read the official minutes, please visit the meetings page on the city's website. Minutes are posted once they are approved.

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