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Retreat at the Park: 2 of the 8 homes are rehabilitated historic structures.

Retreat at the Park: 2 of the 8 homes are rehabilitated historic structures.

Central Park Condos: 11 condos completed in May 2018.

Central Park Condos: 11 condos completed in May 2018.

A subdivision of 239 homes, 79 of which will be deed restricted.

A subdivision of 239 homes, 79 of which will be deed restricted.

Snow Creek Cottages: 13 single-family homes built in 2010.

Snow Creek Cottages: 13 single-family homes built in 2010.

Retreat at the Park: 8 single-family homes in City Park, built in 2018.

Retreat at the Park: 8 single-family homes in City Park, built in 2018.

Now Accepting Pre-Applications for City Affordable/Attainable Housing

Park City Municipal is now accepting pre-applications for City affordable/attainable housing. The pre-application process gives access to all future sales. A selection process will provide the order for a waitlist for all future sales (new sales and resales). Applications submitted after deadline will be placed at the bottom of the waitlist.

 

CLICK HERE FOR PRE-APPLICATION

Current purchase opportunities include Woodside Park, Phase I and resale of a Silver Star unit.

Pre-applications are due December 6, 2019 in order to be eligible for the current selection process.

Affordable Housing in Park City

In 2009, the City determined that the housing needs were not being met by development requirements in the Housing Resolutions and took a bold step to become a developer. The first project – Snow Creek Cottages – was built and sold in 2010 and the City began developing plans for additional properties.

In February 2015 “Middle Income, Affordable and Attainable Housing” became one of the Community Critical Priorities for the City.  The goal is to facilitate a range of quality, affordable housing opportunities that meet the life-cycle needs of Park City households at all economic levels. Since the early 1990s Council has been forward-thinking about the provision and preservation of affordable housing to help ensure that Park City remains a vibrant community. 

In August of 2016, City Council set an ambitious goal of adding 800 new units to the existing inventory of 498 units by 2026 with an interim goal of 220 units by the year 2020. Today, through direct development and partnerships with private entities, the City has added 66 units to the affordable inventory totaling 561 units. An additional 120 units are in various stages of planning, design, and development. 

Park City issued the first of a number of housing resolutions in 1993, which have then become more goal-specific with each update. The most recent update – Housing Resolution 03-2017 – was adopted in February of 2017.

Affordable Housing Master Planned Development

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