Community & Public
Park City Council Meeting Summary June 20, 2019
SUMMARY of the JUNE 20 PARK CITY COUNCIL MEETING
IN THE STUDY SESSION
Social Equity Update from the Community Foundation
Representatives from the Park City Community Foundation returned to Council to provide a status update regarding their progress to develop the community’s Social Equity strategic plan. PCCF shared the initial results of the scoping survey, noting which issues appeared to be the most common, including affordable housing, inclusion, and education. PCCF will return to Council in August with a concrete strategic plan and an action plan for moving forward.
Social Equity Staff Report
Exhibit A: Resource Inventory
Exhibit B: Social Equity Data Report
IN THE WORK SESSION
Park City Vision 2020 Project Update
City staff gave an update on the Park City Vision 2020 project. At this time, visioning efforts are underway and a community survey is active until July 28. City staff is recruiting volunteers to participate in the Think-Tank Workshop sessions, which will be held at the end of July. There was discussion regarding how best to reach a wide variety of constituents to take the survey, such as businesses, employees, and second homeowners.
Vision 2020 Staff Report
SR-248 Corridor Improvement Project Update
City staff and representatives from Utah Department of Transportation and HW Lochner presented an update on the SR-248 corridor project, including an overview of the environmental assessment and an outline of the preferred improvements and alternatives. There is a public hearing scheduled for Wednesday, June 26, from 4:00-6:00 p.m. at Treasure Mountain Jr. High, which will be held in an open house format. It is also an option to provide public comment online via this link. Council stressed the need for public comment given the potential implications to one of Park City’s two major transportation corridors and the UDOT approach to highway improvements.
SR 248 Staff Report
IN THE REGULAR MEETING
Public Art Advisory Board Appointments
Council reappointed Alex Butwinski and Beth Armstrong to the Park City Public Art Advisory Board for their second terms, and appointed Alyssa Kuhl to her first term, all with terms ending in June 2022. Jennifer Gardner was appointed to fill a vacant term, ending June 2020, which replaces Kendra Kahlow. All newly appointed members will begin their terms at the July 2019 PAAB meeting.
PAAB Appointment Staff Report
STAFF COMMUNICATIONS AND DISCLOSURES
Spring Runoff Update
City staff provided a general update regarding spring runoff. Thank you to the Streets Department for ensuring that storm water is maintained.
2019 Spring Runoff Staff Report
Residents attended the Council meeting and provided input on the Woodside, Phase II development and the City’s initial approach to selling some units at market rates to subsidize the project costs and maintain affordability.
Council continued the following new business items:
- Council continued an ordinance approving the Twisted Branch Subdivision within the Flagstaff Mountain Development Area, which is located south of Pod B2 and the Montage Resort and north of Pod D and the Red Cloud Subdivision. until a later date. Staff asked for continuation of this item due to parcel ownership issues that have yet to be resolved.
Twisted Branch Subdivision Continuation Staff Report
- Council continued the approval of an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement, in a form approved by the City Attorney, to support the Central Wasatch Commission in an amount not to exceed $100,000 to the June 27 Council meeting. Council requested additional time to discuss the funding amount.
2019 CWC Funding Request Staff Report
WST-CWC-Funding Interlocal Form 2019-2020
2019-20 Base Budget
Council discussed the following new business items:
- Affordable Housing Update: Pricing at Woodside Park Phase I – Council and City staff discussed the pricing process for the sale of the City’s affordable and attainable housing units, specifically noting AMI, nightly rental restrictions, and subsidy levels.
Woodside Park Phase I Pricing Staff Report
Exhibit A: Housing Benefit Survey
- Discuss Selection Process for Affordable/Attainable Housing Sales – City staff and Council discussed the lottery process and required qualifications for selecting buyers for the City’s future affordable and attainable housing developments. Council agreed with the provided criteria to utilize a weighted methodology and create a waiting list.
Housing Selection Process Staff Report
Attachment A: Lottery Process/Comparison of Programs
Attachment B: Proposed Weighted Lottery Categories
Attachment C: Points Based Selection Process
Attachment D: Flow Chart for Selection Process
Attachment E: Marketing Plan
Attachment F: Qualifications for Participation
Council approved the following new business items:
- Resolution 14-2019, proclaiming June 2019, as Pride Month in Park City. The City welcomes residents and visitors from the LGBTQ+ community, their friends and family members, and allies who show their support.
Pride 2019 Proclamation
- Ordinance No. 2019-33, adopting a revised budget for FY2019 and a budget for FY2020 for Park City Municipal Corporation and its related agencies. After multiple drafts and rounds of review, this adoption is of the final budget.
Budget Staff Report
Exhibit A: Budget Summaries
Exhibit B: Final Budget Ordinance
- Ordinance 2019-31, establishing compensation for the Mayor, City Council, and Statutory Officers for fiscal year 2019-2020 in Park City, Utah. This item was discussed last meeting prior to this approval.
Council Compensation Ordinance
- Resolution 12-2019, adopting the Fee Schedule; and replacing and repealing resolution 31-2018 in its entirety. This item had been reviewed previously by Council.
Fee Schedule Resolution
- Resolution 15-2019, adopting the Park City Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP). This is an annual re-adoption of the CEMP, which allows for the City to be eligible for Federal grants as they pertain to emergency management.
CEMP Staff Report
Attachment A: CEMP 2019
Attachment B: CEMP Resolution
- Ordinance 2019-34, approving King's Crown Condominium Plat, located at 1271 Lowell Avenue in Park City, Utah. This item was approved after public hearing regarding the new development.
Kings Crown Staff Report and Ordinance
- A request from Deer Valley for an Increased Level of Service (LOS) for traffic mitigation for two events, including the Deer Valley Music Festival and Deer Valley Concert Series. This item was approved after public hearing and discussion. The plan includes a collaborative mitigation approach that increases transit-first operations and public safety for the 10 concerts (out of 21 total dates). As part of the recommendation, costs for additional transit services will be borne by Special Events ($30,000) and Economic Development, while public safety and traffic mitigation borne by Deer Valley.
Deer Valley Increased Level Of Service and Costs Staff Report
Exhibit A: Signed 12th Amended Deer Valley MPD
Exhibit B: Background For DV PCMC Event Mitigation Including Pilot Summer 2019 Program and World Championship Transportation Plan
Exhibit B: DV PCMC September 3 Pilot Transportation Event Mitigation
Exhibit B: DV PCMC World Championship Transportation & Event Mitigation Plan
PARK CITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MEETING
The Park City Redevelopment Agency approved the following new business item:
- Resolution RDA 02-2019, adopting the fiscal year 2019 Revised Budget and the fiscal year 2020 Budget for Park City Redevelopment Agency
RDA Budget Adoption Resolution
PARK CITY MUNICIPAL BUILDING AUTHORITY MEETING
The Park City Municipal Building Authority approved the following new business item:
- Resolution MBA 02-2019, a resolution adopting the fiscal year 2019 Revised Budget and the fiscal year 2020 Budget for Park City Municipal Building Authority.
MBA Budget Resolution
UPCOMING CITY MEETINGS
- Planning Commission: 6/26, 5:30 p.m. at City Hall
- City Council: 6/27, 6:00 p.m. at City Hall
- Planning Commission: 7/10, 5:30 p.m. at City Hall
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