Park City Council Meeting Summary October 22, 2019
SUMMARY of the OCTOBER 22 PARK CITY COUNCIL MEETING
IN THE WORK SESSION
3Kings Water Treatment Plant Related Contracts Summary Discussion
Staff reviewed the construction schedule for the 3Kings Water Treatment Plant— one of the largest construction projects the City has ever undertaken. The new plant will meet UPDES permits, increase City water supply resiliency, and improve future water quality and reliability.
3KWTP Related Contracts Staff Report
Attachment A: 3KWTP Contracts Summary Table
Transportation Demand Management Plan Progress Update
Staff provided an update regarding the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Plan’s progress, including recently implemented programs, such as Summit Bike Share, park-and-ride facilities, transit priority technology, managed parking, commuter programs, and other incentives. Transit ridership continues to increase month-over-month. Next steps include developing better measures to monitor transportation behavior changes, increased public facing transportation tools, additional trip reduction strategies, and the introduction of the Ride On Park City application.
TDMP Staff Report Exhibit
A: TDM Project Progress Report
Exhibit B: TDM Performance Metrics
Exhibit C: RideAmigos Targets
Exhibit D: 2019 Parking Data Summary
Census 2020 Presentation by Summit County Complete Count Committee
The Census, collected every ten years, will be collected digitally in 2020. County staff explained the process and importance of the Census, noting that response rate correlates directly to federal funding. Councilmember Henney volunteered to serve on the County’s Census committee.
Census Staff Report
Census 2020 Cities and Towns Presentation
IN THE REGULAR MEETING
COMMUNICATIONS AND DISCLOSURES
Howl-O-Ween Event Reminders
This year’s Howl-O-Ween event kicks off on Thursday, October 31 at 3:00 p.m. Roughly 8,000 people are expected and attendees are encouraged to ride Park City Transit, carpool, walk, or bike to reduce congestion. This year, dogs are welcome aboard Park City Transit for a one-day pilot program.
Howl-O-Ween Event Reminders Report
Residential Parking Permit Zone Expansion
Staff detailed the expansion of the Residential Parking Permit Zone G, which will expand from 12th Street to intersection of Deer Valley Drive and Empire Avenue (additional details in map linked below). The Parking department has done door-to-door outreach to inform residents of the change and in response to their requests for a better balance between neighborhood quality of life and overflow parking impacts near the resort.
G-Permit Residential Zone Expansion 2019
Park City residents provided input in support of the area’s trail systems, specifically as it pertains funding for maintenance, building, and increasing staff.
Council approved the following items on the consent agenda:
- Resolution 21-2019, declaring November 1, 2019 as "Extra Mile Day" in Park City to celebrate those who go the extra mile to make a difference within the community.
- An amendment to extend to October 31, 2020 the terms of the October 8, 1991 Water Supply Agreement between Salt Lake City Corporation and Park City Municipal Corporation (PCMC), as well as the March 2, 2016 amendment to the 1991 agreement. This agreement with Salt Lake City has been in place for 30 years.
Water Agreement Amendment Staff Report
Attachment A: 2019 Amendment to Water Supply Agreement
Attachment B: 2017 Spiro Tunnel Water Agreement
Council discussed the following old business item:
- 2019 Park Silly Sunday Market debrief, highlighting its sustainability and transportation mitigation efforts.
2019 PSSM End of Season Review Staff Report
Exhibit A: PSSM End of Season Measures of Success
Exhibit B: 2019 PSSM End of Season Analysis
Exhibit C: Park Silly Sunday Market Background
Council approved the following old business item:
- Increasing the existing contract between PCMC and Rocky Mountain Power for an additional $43,334 to relocate existing utilities, and the existing contract between PCMC and Horrocks Engineers for an additional $122,235. Both contracts are related to the construction of the pedestrian and bicycle tunnel on SR-248/Kearns Boulevard. The Horrocks contract has increased due to the extension of the construction timeline.
SR248 Tunnel Staff Report
Exhibit A: HAWK Signal Analysis Final with Appendix
Exhibit B: Tunnel Rendering
Exhibit C: Horrocks Construction Management
Council approved the following new business items:
- Ordinance No. 2019-53, approving the Amended Mine Cart Subdivision, located at 552 Deer Valley Drive and 553 Deer Valley Loop Road in Park City.
Mine Cart Subdivision Staff Report and Ordinance
Exhibit B: Mine Cart Subdivision (Current Recorded Plat)
Exhibit C: Applicants Project Description
Exhibit D: Existing Conditions Survey
Exhibit E: Aerial Photograph
Exhibit F: Site Photographs
- A Professional Service Agreement with Alliance Engineering Inc. for
$39,000 to provide land planning and engineering services associated
with the annexation of property identified in the Current Annexation
Property Plan. These properties include Round Valley and Clark Ranch.
Annexation Services Staff Report
- A one-year Professional Services Agreement, which may be renewed for an additional two years (2021 and 2022), for $256,325 annually between PCMC and Kane LLC for special event and peak time period transportation operations and personnel.
Special Events Operations Management and Personnel Staff Report
Exhibit A: Kane RFP Bid
Exhibit B: Kane Service Agreement
- An amendment to the PCMC/Park City School District (PCSD) Fields Lease to allow for an additional year. The amendment will extend the lease through November 2020.
PCSD Fields Lease Staff Report
Exhibit A: Field Agreement
Council continued the following new business item:
- Ordinance No. 2019-54, approving Aerie Phase I plat amendment, amending lots 9, 10 and 11 located at 1312, 1324 and 1336 Aerie Drive in Park City. The property owner’s request is to combine three lots into one in order to build a larger structure. This item was continued the November 7 Council meeting.
Aerie Phase I Staff Report and Ordinance
Exhibit A: Applicant's Project Intent
Exhibit B: Neighborhood House and Lot Size
Exhibit C: Link to Planning Commission Staff Report
Exhibit D: PC Redlined Site Plan
UPCOMING CITY MEETINGS
- Historic Preservation Board Meeting: 11/6, 5:00 p.m. at City Hall
- City Council Meeting: 11/7, 6:00 p.m. at City Hall
- Planning Commission Meeting: 11/13, 5:30 p.m. at City Hall
- Park City Future Summit: 11/20, 6:00 p.m. at Santy Auditorium
- City Council Meeting: 11/21, 6:00 p.m. at City Hall
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