Community & Public
Park City Council Meeting Summary August 1, 2019
SUMMARY of the AUGUST 1 PARK CITY COUNCIL MEETING
IN THE REGULAR MEETING
COMMUNICATIONS AND DISCLOSURES
Park City Municipal Corporation Health and Safety Plan Update
City staff presented Council with a Health and Safety Plan update. After years of work to solidify the health and safety policy plan, it will hopefully reduce workplace injuries and reduce the City’s insurance costs.
PCMC Health and Safety Staff Report
2019 Park Silly Sunday Market Mid-Season Update
City staff and representatives from the Silly Market provided City Council with a mid-season market update. The update included market attendance numbers, parking, transit, proactive noise management, sustainability efforts, and on-going conversations with Historic Park City Alliance regarding activations on Upper Main Street.
PSSM Mid-Season Review Staff Report
Exhibit A: Background - City Council Reports and Agenda Items 2019
Exhibit B: PSSM Measures of Success - Mid-Season 2019
Park City Municipal Corporation Financial Contribution for Mental Health Services
City staff updated Council on their contributions towards Mental Health Services in Summit County. The City will provide $60,000 to the Communities That Care organization through the Park City Community Foundation’s Mental Wellness Fund, which specifically supports mental health services in Park City.
Communities That Care Staff Report
Council approved the following items on the consent agenda:
- A three year contract with Summit Land Conservancy, for open space monitoring in the amount of $38,058.60 annually. This contract is for local land trust monitoring of City-owned property. Summit Land Conservancy will provide compliance reports.
Open Space Monitoring Contract Staff Report
- A Public Art Installation by Richard (Chuck) Landvatter at the Old Town Transit Connector Tunnel for $10,000. This is the last art installation to be completed in Park City’s tunnels.
Old Town Transit Center Public Art Staff Report
Exhibit A: Old Town Tunnel Proposal - Chuck Landvatter
Council approved the following old business item:
- A Purchase Agreement to dispose of Lot 13, to the Park City Fire District (PCFD) in the amount of $1,000,000. This is a final purchase agreement with PCFD for this property, which will become a fire station in the future.
City Property Disposition Staff Report
Council continued the following old business item:
- The proposed use of space by PC MuSE, at 1685 Bonanza Drive, Park City, Utah. This space is proposed to be used by a group of local musicians prior to the Arts and Culture District demolition project. This item was continued to the August 15 Council meeting
Use of Space Staff Report
Council approved the following new business items:
- Ordinance No. 2019-42, approving an extension of the June 21, 2018 approval of the 1135 Norfolk Avenue Plat Amendment located at 1135 Norfolk Avenue in Park City, Utah. This has been previously approved by Planning Commission.
1135 Norfolk Avenue Plat Extension Staff Report and Ordinance
1135 Norfolk Avenue Plat Exhibits
- Ordinance No. 2019-43, approving an extension of the June 21, 2018 approval of the 1011 Empire Avenue Plat Amendment located at 1011 Empire Avenue in Park City, Utah. This has also been previously approved by Planning Commission.
1011 Empire Avenue Plat Extension Staff Report and Ordinance
1011 Empire Avenue Plat Exhibits
- A fee reduction for the Fourth of July Celebration ($44,580), Tour of Utah ($45,360), and Miners Day Celebration ($28,490).These fee reductions balance positive economic, community, and cultural benefits, while ensuring public safety, security, and fiscal responsibility. Special Event Fee Reductions are covered through existing department budgets as part of the City’s General Fund.
Special Event Fee Reduction Staff Report
Exhibit A: Special Event Fee Reduction Background Policy and Link to Code
Exhibit B: Fourth of July Celebration Fee Reduction Application
Exhibit C: Tour of Utah Fee Reduction Application
Exhibit D: Park City Rotary Miners' Day Fee Reduction Application
Exhibit E: Special Event Fee Reduction FY20 Part 1 Analysis and Summary
UPCOMING CITY MEETINGS
- Historic Preservation Board Meeting: 8/7, 4:00 p.m. at City Hall
- Planning Commission Meeting: 8/14, 5:30 p.m. at City Hall
- City Council Meeting: 8/15, 6:00 p.m. at City Hall
- Historic Preservation Board Meeting: 8/21, 5:00 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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Linda Jager, Community Engagement Manager
Kim Clark, Community Outreach Specialist
Ervhi Bautista, Sustainability Team Analyst
Emma Prysunka, Communications Specialist
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