Community & Public
Park City Council Meeting Summary April 4, 2019
SUMMARY of the APRIL 4 PARK CITY COUNCIL MEETING
IN THE WORK SESSION
As requested by the Mayor and City Manager, staff presented their evaluation for Council consideration regarding Park City’s Annexation Expansion Area (AEA) for protecting open space, increasing capacity for affordable housing development, and/or to avoid overlaps with the expansion areas with other municipalities. There was significant discussion among Council, staff, and select community members.
Annexation Staff Report
Attachment A: Annexation Law Guidelines
Attachment B: Annexation Checklist
IN THE STUDY SESSION
Community Foundation Social Equity Update
Staff and representatives from the Park City Community Foundation presented Council with an overview of their data analysis. As outlined in PCCF’s contract, they are asked to provide intermittent updates to Council. Thus far, they have gathered data from the community regarding existing issues surrounding social equity, which they will use to understand what the City and Community non-profits should focus on. At this time, five categories have been identified: affordable housing, low wages, affordable and safe childcare, access to healthcare, and a lack of feeling included in the community.
Social Equity Staff Report
Attachment A: Park City Community Foundation Memo
IN THE REGULAR MEETING
STAFF COMMUNICATIONS AND DISCLOSURES
McPolin Farm CUP Amendment
In March 2018, the Council directed staff to move through the process to request a narrowly defined, limited expansion of the use of the McPolin Farm to include small educational group tours of the Barn for adults and school groups. As a result, staff is pursuing amendments to the McPolin Farm Conditional Use Permit (CUP) through the Planning Commission. Staff shared with Council that they will be going to Planning Commission on April 24 and are currently planning summer tours. All events at the Farm will remain within the 12 event cap and there will be no changes regarding transportation and parking impacts.
McPolin Farm CUP Amendment
2019 Spring Season Transportation Update
Staff provided Council with a brief update regarding spring season transportation changes, which will include additional services along the red and purple bus routes, as well as modifications to the lime route. Parking rates will shift, dropping to $1/hour in China Bridge (after 5:00 p.m.), as well as along Main Street, Swede Alley, and in Old Town. Free parking will be available 24 hours/day at the North Marsac, upper and lower Sandridge lots, and outside of the hours 5:00 p.m.-12:00 a.m. in the Bob Wells Plaza, Flagpole Lot, and along Swede Alley.
2019 Spring Season Transportation Update
Council approved the following items from the consent agenda:
- A request to enter in a Professional Services Agreement with Piercy Bowler Taylor & Kern, Certified Public Accountants and Business Advisors (PBTK) for audit services, not to exceed $283,200. Every few years the City is required to renew its auditing contract. This item passed with the amendment to rotate the supervising manager every three years.
Audit Services Staff Report
Exhibit A: Provider Professional Services Agreement with PBTK
- A first addendum to the Professional Services Agreement with Van Boerum & Frank Associates, Inc. for the golf maintenance building energy commissioning services in an amount not to exceed $32,700. This will allow a mechanical engineer to look at a net zero resolution related to the new golf maintenance building.
Golf Maintenance Building Staff Report
- A request to extend current tenant leases Located in the City-owned Bonanza Park East Property through March 31, 2020.
Bonanza Park East Staff Report
- A Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) agreement with North Ridge Construction, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $16,500 for Preconstruction Services for remodeling the Old Bus Barn on the east side of the Public Works facility at 1053 Iron Horse Drive.
Preconstruction Services Staff Report
Exhibit A: Preconstruction Services Scope
- A Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) agreement with Ascent Construction, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $12,000. This agreement is for the Woodside, Phase II, housing development, which is one of the largest projects the City has taken on to date.
Woodside Park Phase II Construction Manager At Risk Staff Report
Exhibit A: Ascent Construction Proposal
Exhibit B: CMAR Agreement - Ascent Construction
Council discussed the following old business items:
- Special Services Contracts, which includes grants that the City gives to local nonprofits. This item, specifically the process for the contracts and the amount given out each year, had been discussed previously at the March 7 and 14 Council meetings. There was significant discussion between Council members, City staff, and nonprofit representatives.
Special Service Contracts Staff Report
Attachments A & B: Special Service Contract Recommendations and Funding Distribution
Council approved the following old business items:
- Ordinance 2019-12, approving the Park City Heights Phase 3
Subdivision Plat located at 10 and 30 Sun Ridge Cove in Park City. There
was a public hearing and significant discussion regarding the
subdivision plat’s use for the Park City Heights project.
Park City Heights Phase 3 Staff Report and Ordinance
Park City Heights Phase 3 Exhibits
Council approved the following new business items:
- Ordinance 2019-14, approving the 139 Main Street plat amendment, located at 139 Main Street in Park City. This amendment will allow for one lot and a portion of a second lot to be combined into one lot of record at this location.
139 Main Street Plat Amendment Staff Report and Ordinance
139 Main Street Plat Exhibits
- Ordinance 2019-15, approving the 1137 Lowell Avenue plat amendment located at 1137 Lowell Avenue in Park City. This amendment allows for portions of six existing lots to be combined into one lot of record at this location.
1137 Lowell Avenue Plat Amendment Staff Report and Ordinance
1137 Lowell Avenue Plat Exhibits
- Ordinance 2019-16, approving the 839 Woodside Avenue Plat Amendment located at 839 Woodside Avenue in Park City. This amendment allows for two existing lots to be combined into one lot of record at this location.
839 Woodside Avenue Plat Amendment Staff Report and Ordinance
839 Woodside Avenue Plat Exhibits
- The continuation of an ordinance, pushing the ordinance approval of the 220 Main Street Plaza subdivision located at 220 and 250 Main Street in Park City to a later date. Continuing this item to a later date will allow for public hearing regarding this subdivision.
220 Main Street Plaza Plat Staff Report
- The continuation of an ordinance, pushing the ordinance approval of the 269 Daly Avenue plat amendment located at 269 Daly Avenue in Park City to the April 18 City Council meeting. Continuing this item allows for City staff to further revise their staff report.
269 Daly Avenue Plat Staff Report
UPCOMING CITY MEETINGS
- Coffee with Council: 4/13, 8:30 a.m. at Lucky Ones Coffee
- Historic Preservation Board: 4/17, 5:00 p.m. at City Hall
- City Council: 4/18, 6:00 p.m. at City Hall
- Planning Commission: 4/24, 5:30 p.m. at City Hall
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May 17, 1:12 PM
Bike to School, Work, and Play Day was a huge success-- even the weather cooperated! Thanks to everyone who made it possible-- Park City School District, Move Utah, Visit Park City, Cole Sport, Mountain Trails Foundation, Summit County, Utah, Basin Recreation, Storm Cycles, Wasatch Bagel Café, Summit Bike Share, Summit County Sheriff - Utah, Park City Police Department, and more!
May 16, 7:29 PM
Thank you for joining us at last night’s panel discussion and screening of “Era of Megafires.” We enjoyed learning from experts representing the US Forest Service, Utah Division of Forestry, Fire, and State Lands, Team Rubicon, Summit County, Park City Fire District, and Park City Municipal Corporation about how we can be better prepared for wildfires in our community.
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May 17, 1:29 PM
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May 16, 4:15 PM
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