Board of Adjustment Call for Applicants
There is one (1) Board of Adjustment (BOA) position available. Board members are required to be residents of Park City. Board members serve a term of up to five (5) years.
The Board meets at 5:00 p.m. on the 3rd Tuesday of the month as needed. Special meetings may be called on the 1st Tuesday of the month. On average, the BOA meets 4-8 times per year.
This is a Board created Pursuant to the Utah Code to hear and decide on Appeals for zoning decisions and Variances to the terms of the Land Management Code.
Applications are available at the Park City Planning Department at 445 Marsac Avenue and online.
The application deadline is Thursday, August 1, 2019 at 5:00 PM. Call Jessica Nelson for more information at (435) 615-5061 or email@example.com.
Board of Adjustment
This is a legislative board that hears and decides appeals from zoning decisions to applying special exceptions to the Land Management Code. The board also makes determinations regarding modifications of non-conforming uses and hears appeals on determination non-conforming or non-complying status. Click here for more information.
The Commission acts as a non-political, long range planning body for Park City. Review of specific projects is limited to matters requiring their consideration. The scope of these reviews is outlined in the Land Management Code and includes: general plan review, annexation review, subdivision approval, subdivision and record of survey plat and plat amendment review, master planned development approval, conditional use permit approval, appeals of staff decisions, termination of inactive applications, and sensitive land review. Click here for more information.
Historic Preservation Board
This is a board created pursuant to the Utah Code to preserve and encourage design preferences that reflect Park City's mining heritage according to the Land Management Code and the Historic District Design Guidelines. Title 15, Chapter 11 of the Land Management Code contains detailed information regarding the Historic Preservation Board. Click here for more information.