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Analysis and Design

 November 2019 Update:

City Council was briefed on the latest efforts by staff to improve circulation in Old Town and on Main Street by implementing specific drop and load zones, ramp up enforcement of double parking and staging in areas not permitted, as well as an overview of the proposed Sundance Circulation Plan. To review the Council Packet and listen to the audio recording on these topics, click the links below. 

Council Packet from November 7, 2019
Audio Recording from November 7, 2019

Next Steps:

Staff will brief Council on November 21, 2019 on the locations for Drop and Load and Staging Zones on Main Street and Swede Alley, the cost for a parking permit to use the premiere zones, and an udpate on the commercial vehicle licensing code changes.  The Council agenda and packet will be available beginning November 19, 2019 at this link

 

September 2019 Update:

Park City staff briefed City Council on September 12 about an implementation plan for interim, non-invasive, projects to move forward this fall - based on the discussion from the August 15, 2019 Council Meeting. These smaller interim projects are intended as stop-gaps to help alleviate some concerns from residents while a larger and comprehensive data collection, public engagement effort, and strategic implementation plan can be conducted. This larger Old Town Access and Circulation Plan is currently in the scoping phases. An update on scope, goals, deliverables, and timeline will be provided to Council likely in October 2019.

September 12 Staff Communications Report

September 12 Audio Recording of City Council Meeting

 The following is a brief summary of projects you will see this fall in Old Town:

  • Commercial Vehicle Drop and Load and Staging Zones - in conjunction with the update to the Commercial Vehicle Licensing requirements (going to City Council on September 26, 2019), Staff plan to implement designated drop and load zones on Main Street, with added staging areas, to help alleviate double parking issues while still allowing vehicles to provide curbside access for their clients. For-Hire Vehicles, and Concierge Vehicles can purchase a hang tag for the vehicle, that allows them to use these curbside locations. Click here to view the CV drop and load and staging locations (this is still a working document in draft form). more information on how to purchase hang tags will be coming soon.
  • Establish Commercial Vehicle (CV) Permit for Shuttles and For Hire Vehicles – This permit would be available for Shuttles and For Hire vehicles (in place of current For Hire License). Costs for these permits is lower than current For Hire licenses, Applications and renewals can be emailed or emailed with pictures of drivers and stickers will be mailed to drivers to affix to their vehicle at their convenience. Additionally, commercial vehicle drivers will be issued a badge with their picture on it to indicate that the driver has been supplied all necessary documents to be eligible as a driver.
  • Wayfinding Signage - A wayfinding signage plan has been created to help direct traffic, and signs are being ordered. Click here to view the plan.
  • Enforcement of Uphill Lodging Voluntary Efforts - a number of properties have come together to voluntarily reduce their collective impact on residential districts adjacent to Old Town. Staff have committed to reviewing timelapse feed monthly to determine of the companies are complying with their agreed upon terms.

 

August 2019 Update:

A Community Q & A was held on Wednesday August 7, 2019 in the Park City Library's Community Room. This informal discussion allowed community members and stake holders  to ask questions and hear an overview of the recommended projects and programs for 2019, as well as provide suggestions for improvement. Over 30 people attended this meeting.

A work session on the recommended projects (listed below) was held on August 15, 2019. Public comments were provided at the August 15, 2019 City Council Meeting. For audio of this meeting, please click here. Council directed staff to come back in September with an update and implementation plan for the projects discussed below.