Park City Municipal COVID-19 Updates:

Street Lighting

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Park City provides maintenance to a large portion of the city’s 712 street lights, as well as 20 driver feedback signs and 2,900 street signs. 

Rocky Mountain Power

Street Lights mounted on wooden power poles  are owned and maintained by Rocky Mountain Power. The city leases these from Rocky Mountain Power for this service.  To report an outage or other problem with a street light owned by Rocky Mountain Power, please visit: Rocky Mountain Power

If you discover a light out or flickering you can request its repair through our online Citizen Request APP

Request Street or Lighting Repair 

iWorQ App for iPhone

iWorQ App for Android

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Traffic Control Signals

Traffic control signals are owned and maintained by Utah Department of Transportation.

To report an outage or other problem with a traffic signal, please contact the UDOT Traffic Control Center at: 1-801-887-3700


LED Upgrade

Rocky Mountain Power LED streetlight retrofit began in late March. Park City Municipal retrofitted 468 lights. Using Rocky Mountain Power GIS along with Park City Municipal GIS data we were able to confirm locations, retrofit LEDs, and update GIS. Park City now has an updated GIS data set as well as projected savings of 23,460 KWH per month, which is an estimated monthly savings of $1,376.