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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.

Transit Site Improvements Program Management Services Consultant

  • Department:Engineering
  • Category:Current RFP's and Bids
  • RFP Number:PCMC202321430
  • Start Date:01/20/2023
  • Close Date:02/17/2023 4:00 PM

Park City Municipal Corporation (the “City” or “Park City”)   provides transit services to more than one hundred fifty (150) bus-stop locations across the city.  Bus stops provide access to residential, commercial, and recreational destinations to all users.  The City continues to improve the access and experience of all users by investing in capital and operational enhancements.  These enhancements support the City’s goal of reducing traffic and congestion attributed to single-occupancy-vehicle (“SOV”) use and promoting alternative modes.

As part of this strategy, the City seeks to systematically improve bus stops throughout the City by addressing ADA functionality and amenities at the stops, as well as First and Last Mile connections to bus stops.  The City has been awarded a variety of Federal, State, and County grants to fund phase one of these efforts.  In order to effectively and efficiently improve the transit system, the City is seeking proposals from a qualified Program Management Services Consultant (“PMSC”) firm to assist with the design, reporting, public involvement, construction management, federal compliance and delivery of the capital improvement plan. 

Additional Information:

  • Proposal submittals must be uploaded to U3P (SciQuest) by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, February 17, 2023. 
  • All questions shall be submitted in writing to U3P (SciQuest) by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, February 10, 2023. 
  • To access the RFP on U3P search for PCMC202321430


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