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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 March 21, 2019

Post Date:03/26/2019 4:47 PM




Sliding Scale Scholarship Program for Recreation and Ice Arena
Staff and Council discussed a sliding scale scholarship program for Park City Recreation and Ice Arena programs, based on Summit County’s area median income (AMI), in order to make programming more affordable for those seeking financial assistance. City staff sought direction regarding the qualification methodology for those seeking 20-70% discounts based on AMI.
Sliding Scale Scholarship Program Staff Report


Drinking Water Quality Strategy Update
City staff provided an update on drinking water quality. Given Sandy City’s recent challenges, which resulted in a ‘do not drink’ order, Park City sought to discuss the ways in which a similar situation can be avoided by Park City’s Water Department. Staff discussed the risks, technologies available, water treatment, distribution, monitoring tools, transparency, and other items related to the City’s drinking water.
Drinking Water Staff Report




Summary of Council Strategic Planning Retreat
Staff provided Council with a summary of the Council Strategic Planning Retreat, held in February 2019. This year’s retreat was structured to focus on current Community Critical Priorities. Council gave specific direction regarding public transit and housing.
Council Strategic Planning Retreat Summary


Hillside Avenue Update
Staff updated Council on Hillside Avenue improvements and Old Town circulation and traffic. The recommended improvements will be completed in a three-tier approach, with tier-one improvements delayed as a result of Sundance Film Festival and winter road conditions. Tier-one improvements are nearing completion, and ‘Residential Area’ signs will be installed. After a short discussion, Council requested that this item return at a later date in May for a work session to address the actions taken thus far.
Hillside Avenue Staff Report
Exhibit A: Hillside Tiered Improvements
Exhibit B: Hillside Wayfinding Update
Exhibit C: Draft Scope of Old Town Access and Circulation Study


Council Disclosures
On March 20, 2019, the Treasure Hill purchase closed and the City is now the proud owner. Mayor Beerman thanked everyone who helped make the purchase a reality. Please stay tuned for details regarding a community celebration in June. The City’s Planning Department will begin the zoning process for open space, and the conservation process will begin as well.


Public Input
Residents from Hillside Avenue were in attendance to discuss the history of the road, to share their experience with vehicle traffic, and to ask questions regarding next steps. There was a brief discussion with Council members, who highlighted the road improvements that have been made to date and what can be expected to help resolve the traffic issue on the residential street.



Council approved the following item from the consent agenda:

  • A mine maintenance agreement with Jordanelle Special Services District (JSSD) for a one-year term with automatic annual renewals thereafter until terminated by either party. On average, Park City receives roughly 38% of its water supply from the Judge and Spiro mining tunnels, and maintaining these water sources is part of the City’s sustainable water resources goal. This is a renewal of a previous agreement with JSSD.
    Mine Maintenance Staff Report

    Attachment A: Mine Maintenance Agreement - 2019




Council approved the following new business items:


 2019 Legislative Update

Staff provided an update on the 2019 Legislative Session, which wrapped up on March 14. Here is the status of high-focus bills watched closely by City staff and Council members:

There was additional discussion regarding the electric scooter bill, which was deregulated, making it easier for e-scooter companies to operate in city/towns with little oversight and regulation.



  • Planning Commission: 3/27, 5:30 p.m. at City Hall
  • Historic Preservation Meeting: 4/3, 5:00 p.m. at City Hall
  • City Council: 4/4, 6:00 p.m. at City Hall



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This is an unofficial summary of the 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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