Construction Projects

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Upcoming Projects

Park Avenue Bus Shelters Site Improvements (Sidewalk & Road work)

The project consists of furnishing all labor, tools, materials, equipment, transportation, and services required for the construction of work pertinent to installing sidewalk, curb and gutter, and roadway improvements on Park Avenue. This will be in combination with the ongoing bus shelter project.

Advertisement date: March 21, 2022

Bid opening date: April 5, 2022

The Engineering Department has recently started to use VPO software as way to manage and track the bidding process. If you have interest in bidding on the above projects, please email Please include name, email, phone #, and the project of interest. You will receive a setup email from the VPO support team on how to create an account (in 24hrs, if you have not received the email, please verify it is not in the spam folder).  Once set up you will be able to access the bidding documentation for the desired project. 

Current Projects

The 2021 construction season has begun. For an overview of all public and private construction projects (with significant public impact) in the Park City core, please visit the monthly Backhoe Report. For specific projects, please visit the tabs on the left-hand side.

For more information, please contact Lynn Ware Peek at or 435.615.5201

Backhoe Report 2020 (PDF)

Regularly updated between April and November.

Community Wildfire Risk Assessment

  • Department:Sustainability
  • Start Date:11/18/2021
  • Close Date:12/15/2021 1:59 PM



Project Name: Community Wildfire Risk Assessment

Project Location: Park City, Utah

Project Description: Park City Municipal Corporation (“PCMC”) requests proposals from qualified entities to create a Wildfire Risk Assessment for the Park City Community, which provides guidance and principles for assessing and mitigating wildfire risk, including, but not limited to, assessment of hazardous fuels, forest management, land use planning, and resource preservation.  Park City is located within the wildland urban interface, is bordered by significant forest, and contains significant open space within City limits.  These areas provide recreational opportunities and economic benefits for residents and visitors alike, and a detailed understanding of the associated wildfire hazard will help the City prepare plans, prioritize projects, apply for grant funding and implement strategies to better manage risk.

RFP Available: A copy of the RFP will be available Wednesday, November 17, 2021, and can be obtained electronically by emailing Logan Jones, Trails and Open Space Coordinator, at Specifications will be available via email request from November 17, 2021, until December 15, 2021.

Propoals Dues: By 2:00 p.m.  MST on Wednesday, December 15, 2021, via email to Logan Jones, Trails and Open Space Coordinator, at Due to email size limits it is recommended that proposals be submitted using a file hosting service.


All questions shall be submitted via email to no later than 2:00 p.m. MST on Friday, December 10, 2021.


Park City Municipal Corporation reserves the right to reject any or all proposals received for any reason. Furthermore, PCMC reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive any minor irregularities in any proposal.



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