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The Community Engagement Team's goal is to foster communication and connection between the community and Park City Municipal. The team of four manages strategic communications, stakeholder outreach, graphic design, digital content development, and community events.

Community Engagement Team

Linda Jager, Community Engagement Manager

Tanzi Propst, Digital Communications Coordinator

Emma Prysunka, Communications Specialist

Clayton Scrivner, Communications Manager

March eNews

Post Date:03/18/2015

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Upcoming Special Events
As always, there are plenty of special events taking place in Park City. Here’s a roundup of what’s happening:

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Events Permitted
by PCMC:

USSA Junior Nationals @ Park City Mountain Resort
March 16 to 22

Ability Snow Challenge
 @ Park City Mountain Resort with the National Ability Center: March 28

Youth Sports Alliance Spring Vibe
@Town Lift: April 4

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Other upcoming activities in and around town:


Snowasis @ Park City Mountain Resort: March 28 to April 5

Annual Easter Celebration and Hunt for the Golden Egg @ Park City Mountain Resort: April 5

Easter Egg Hunt and Village Celebration @ Canyons Resort: April 5

Spring Apres Ski Concert Series PCMR @ Park City Mountain Resort: every Saturday through April 11

Closing Day @ Deer Valley and Canyons Resorts: April 12

Closing Day @ Park City Mountain Resort: April 19

The Park City Chamber of Commerce also always has a full lineup of events and offerings.


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Please note that PCMC cannot be responsible for verifying the content of third-party organizations. Always double-check before planning to attend an event.

                                                        March 2015

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Projects Open House
March 24, 4-7 pm
Park City High School Library

The construction season is almost upon us! Do you want to learn more about current or upcoming projects in and around town? Join us for the Projects Open House on March 24. Representatives from the city—as well as Rocky Mountain Power, Comcast, and UDOT—will be on hand to answer questions and provide you with more information about the where, when, and why of construction projects. You will learn all about roadway, water, transportation, infrastructure, development, and energy initiatives that are helping make Park City safer, more beautiful, and more livable. 


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Park City Municipal is getting ready to deploy our new Meeting Management Software, Media Traq, an IQM2 product. This system is very user-friendly and will allow members of the public to listen the council meetings LIVE from the comfort of their own homes by simply selecting the meeting on our current webpage. We look forward to offering this ease and transparency to all the boards and commissions of Park City Municipal in the near future. We will begin with City Council on April 2. Please direct questions regarding this system to Marci Heil, City Recorder. 435.615.5007 or

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Are you ready to PLAY? Park City Recreation’s annual publication, PLAY Magazine, is now available online at This comprehensive guide includes information on recreation, golf, ice, and library programs, classes, and events.  It’s your complete guide to all things fun! 

Get Ready to Register for Park City Recreation Summer Camps & Programs
Registration for Park City Recreation summer activities opens April 1. Don’t miss out on Adventure Camp, Tennis Camp, Dirt Jump Camp, Skateboard Clinics, Summer Day Camp and more! Visit for more information and to register online. 


Park City Recreation Receives Two State Awards

Park City Recreation was recognized on March 10 at the annual Utah Recreation & Parks Association (URPA) annual conference with two awards. The department received Recreation Department of the Year for communities with a population of less than 15,000, as well as Innovation of the Year for the Memorial Walls located in the Park City Cemetery. These awards were given for outstanding accomplishments in the field of Parks, Recreation, and Leisure Services. Last year at the conference the department received Facility of the Year for the Park City Municipal Athletic & Recreation Center (PC MARC). In addition to the awards, Karen Yocum was named as the Cemetery representative and Tate Shaw as the Health & Wellness representative for the URPA Board of Directors. Congratulations to all!
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City Hosts Water Conference
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Challenges & Trends

On March 6, Park City’s Water Department hosted a workshop called CFO Connect. This closed-door meeting was held with neighboring water utilities, water utilities from Colorado, and support from experts from the University of North Carolina’s Environmental Finance Center, The Alliance for Water Efficiency, Water Smart, and Ceres. The conference explored tools and resources to balance conservation efforts, climate change, and revenue requirements for water utilities. The day was full of sharing new solutions, exchanging ideas, and networking.

Topics included rate structures and revenue resiliency; board presentations and rate cases; educating and communicating with customers; and land use planning / impact fees.

The conference was also written up in The Deseret News.

Vision Park City 2009: Let's Check In

Vision Park City 2009 was an open-ended dialogue among a cross-section of Parkites, including full- and part-time residents, employees, business owners, and other community stakeholders. Together, we discussed what we hold dear; identified concerns, challenges and future goals; and revealed a set of shared ideals to guide Park City in the future.

These community ideals can be summarized as follows:

1) Respect and conserve the natural environment
2) Promote balanced, managed, and sustainable growth ?
3) Preserve a strong sense of place, character, and heritage ?
4) Foster a strong sense of community vitality and vibrancy ?
5) Support and promote diversity in people, housing, and affordability ?
6) Advance a thriving, diverse, and sustainable economic base

Five years on, it is time to once more check in with our community. We want to know how we have done over the past five years, as well as receive feedback on direction for the next five to 10 years. We want you to be part of the conversation! Please let us know what you think by completing this short survey, and thank you for making your voice heard.

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Elizabeth Quinn Fregulia  |  Community & Public Affairs  | 435.615.5201 |

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