Park City Council Meeting Summary November 29, 2018
SUMMARY of the NOVEMBER 29 PARK CITY COUNCIL MEETING
IN THE WORK SESSION
Transportation Annual Report Card and Park City Forward Master Plan Update
The Transportation Planning Department presented the Transportation Annual Report, an annual progress report highlighting Park City’s transportation initiatives. The report included projected growth rates in the City and surrounding areas and the anticipated effect growth will have on transportation. It was noted that 38% of commuters choose transit alternatives to driving alone. Some of these alternatives include riding the bus, biking, carpooling, or walking.
2018 TTMP Annual Report Card Staff Report
Exhibit A: TTMP Annual Report Card
Exhibit B: Transportation Report on Progress
Exhibit C: Planning Process Park City Forward
Shared Active Transportation Mobility Devices
The Transit Department also presented on Shared Active Transportation Mobility Devices, which is a shared device like ZipCar or scooters (as seen in Salt Lake City). Such devices are most frequently operated by third party companies and are viewed differently depending on the city. Park City currently prohibits businesses from operating shared devices without approval.
There was discussion regarding regulation of such devices, and Council was asked if City staff should evaluate the regulation and management of these devices here in Park City. Council members specifically wanted to learn more about the health and safety risks of using devices such as scooters, and whether or not they could function safely throughout town. Staff will present available data to Council this spring.
Shared Mobility Devices Staff Report
Mid-Year Council Retreat Resource Discussion
The Budget Operations Department reviewed several mid-year City Council Retreat takeaway items, such as additional focus on community engagement and customer service. In July at the mid-year retreat, Council identified critical and top community priorities to focus on throughout the year. Part of the discussion revolved around adding more resources to support the priorities in the areas of social equity, community and customer engagement.
Mid-Year Retreat Resource Staff Report
IN THE STUDY SESSION
Social Equity Discussion with Park City Community Foundation
Budget Manager Jed Briggs and Park City Community Foundation’s Diego Zegarra updated Council on the Social Equity advisory committee. They discussed their plan to establish deliverables, goals, and the strategy the advisory committee started putting together, noting that their listening tours will continue. There was a discussion among Council members regarding their desires for the outcome of these efforts. Zegarra also noted that he hopes to check in quarterly with Council in an effort to keep them informed.
Social Equity Report
IN THE REGULAR MEETING
STAFF COMMUNICATIONS AND DISCLOSURES
Gravel, Water Wise Landscaping, and Xeriscape Code Amendments Update
One of the core missions of the Park City Planning Department, as expressed in the General Plan and Land Management Code, is to minimize the impact of the built environment on the natural environment. Planning staff updated Council regarding how best to define and regulate the use of gravel, water wise landscaping, and xeriscape.
Gravel, Water Wise Landscape, and Xeriscape Staff Report
2018 Leak Detection Results
Park City’s Water Department has been using various technologies in an effort to better detect leaks, and has demonstrated a great deal of success and water conservation.
Leak Detection Results
Winter Event Preview and Communications
Outreach for Sundance Film Festival and FIS World Championships is underway. Should you have questions regarding these events, please reach out to Special Events staff at email@example.com.
Winter Event Outreach and Communication Efforts 2019
Clive Bush provided feedback to Council about Old Town transportation, specifically Hillside Avenue. He stated that in March there was directive to remove the wayfinding sign for the street, but that it had not yet been removed. Furthermore, he asked for assistance in addressing the use of Hillside Avenue by hospitality shuttles and for swifter action in addressing these issues.
Peter Marth shared concerns with significant vehicle use of residential streets to access Main Street and its businesses. He sought discussion to balance the interests of both Park City residents and businesses.
Melissa Allison informed City Council that she resigned from KPCW, which provided her with the opportunity to cover City Council meetings. She thanked Council and staff for their kindness, especially when issues were particularly difficult, and for their efforts on transparency and inclusion.
Rob Slettom, Park City Lodging Association, thanked the City for engaging with the association while they addressed transportation issues. He noted that he thinks some parking spaces may have to be sacrificed to create a more balanced and efficient traffic pattern in and around Old Town.
COUNCIL APPROVED THE FOLLOWING ITEMS FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA:
- A request to approve Type 2 Convention Sales License applications for operation during the 2019 Sundance Film Festival
Convention Sales License Staff Report Exhibit A: November 29 CSL List
Exhibit B: November 29 CSL Map
- A request to approve a New Letter of Consent for the Inter-local Agreement with the Snyderville Basin Recreation District. Every three years, the letter of consent with Basin Recreation is updated
Ice Arena Inter Local Agreement Letter of Consent 2018 Staff Report
Exhibit A: 2018 Proposed Letter of Consent
Exhibit B: August 2004 Inter Local Agreement
Exhibit C: Staff Report-Ice Interlocal Agreement Update 2015
Exhibit D: 2015 Letter of Consent Exhibit E: Replacement Reserve Fund Schedule – A
Exhibit E: Replacement Reserve Fund Schedule – B
- A request to authorize the following annual insurance premiums to fund the City’s Insurance Placements for the 2019 Calendar Year:
-Property Insurance: $158,157 to Liberty Mutual
-Auto Physical Damage: $61,149
-Public Entity Liability Insurance: $164,135 to States Self-Insurers Risk Retention Group, Inc.
-Workers’ Compensation Insurance: $136,122 for the Workers Compensation Fund
-Cyber Liability Insurances: $32,746 to Beazley Insurance Co.
-Crime Insurance: $3,950 to Travelers Insurance Co.
-Drone Insurance: $630.00 to Global Aerospace
2019 Annual Insurance Placement Staff Report
Lucky Ones Lease Update
Economic Development Manager, Jonathan Weidenhamer, and Taylor Matkins and Katie Holyfield, from Lucky Ones, presented a business update and overview of the coffee shop’s future business plan. Lucky Ones is on track to be profitable by the end of its first year, and they will create a 501(c)(3), which will also open up more opportunities for the business. The business was started via a CrowdFunding campaign, so the business is debt free. Lucky Ones currently employs eighteen individuals and was awarded, “Small Business of the Year” in Utah. A video created by Madison House Autism Foundation highlights the efforts of Lucky Ones. Watch here.
Lucky Ones Coffee Shop Staff Report
Exhibit A: Lucky Ones Coffee Shop Overview
Exhibit B: Lucky Ones Lease
Council approved the following new business items:
- Resolution 32-2018, a resolution by the Park City Council to achieve net-zero carbon by 2022 for the municipal government and by 2030 for the broader Community and for Park City to invite other local governments to join us with the goal. Council voted unanimously to move our already ambitious goals forward by two years in order to align with the latest reports from climate expert organizations, and invite other mountain towns to adopt our goals and work with us to achieve a carbon neutral society
Net Zero Staff Report
2030 Energy Goal Resolution
- Ordinance 2018-59, an ordinance amending the Municipal Code of Park City, Utah, Chapters 14-1-2 Creation of Forestry Manager, Board and Appointments; 14-1-3 Duties and Responsibilities of the Forestry Manager; 14-1-4 Duties and Responsibilities of the Forestry Board; 14-1-5 Regulations for Planting Trees and Landscaping in the City’s Right-of-Way; 14-1-11 Permit to Remove Trees or Vegetation from City Property; 14-1-14 Appeals for Park City Municipal Corporation of Summit County, Utah
Park City Municipal Forestry Plan Partial Adoption and Municipal Code Amendments Staff Report and Ordinance
- An ordinance approving the Park City Back Nine Subdivision located at 1884 Three Kings Drive
Park City Back Nine Subdivision Staff Report
- Ordinance 2018-60, an ordinance approving the 341 Woodside Re-Plat located at 341 Woodside Avenue, Park City, Utah
341 Woodside Avenue Staff Report and Ordinance
341 Woodside Avenue Plat Exhibits
- Ordinance No. 2018-61, an ordinance approving the Larkspur Townhomes 6 Condominium Plat, located at 7704 Village Way, Park City, Utah
675 Round Valley Drive Staff Report and Ordinance 675 Round Valley Drive Plat Exhibits
- Ordinance No. 2018-62, an ordinance approving Intermountain Healthcare Park City Medical Campus / USSA Headquarters and Training Facility Subdivision- Fourth Amendment, amending Lot 4, located at 675 Round Valley Drive, Park City, Utah
1302 Norfolk Purchase Staff Report
Attachment 1: 1302 Norfolk REPC
- The 300 McHenry Avenue Conservation Easement in a form approved by the City Attorney
300 McHenry Easement Proposal Staff Report
Draft McHenry Conservation Easement
McHenry Trail Access Plan
- Resolution No. 31-2018, a resolution re-adopting the fee schedule; and replacing and repealing Resolution 13-2018 in its entirety
Library Fine Free Staff Report
Fee Schedule Resolution
UPCOMING CITY MEETINGS
- City Council: 12/11, 6:00 p.m. at City Hall *Tuesday meeting
- Planning Commission: 12/12, 5:30 p.m. at City Hall
- Park City Library Board: 12/19, 12:00 p.m. at Park City Library
- City Council: 12/20, 6:00 p.m. at City Hall