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Updated June 23, 2022

Upcoming City Council Meeting Topics

We invite you to join us in person or virtually for an upcoming City Council meeting. All meetings are held at City Hall (1445 Marsac Ave.) in the City Council Chambers on the first floor. City Council meetings start at 6:00 p.m. Work sessions are held before the Council meetings.

Please check the public meetings page or work session start times, updated agendas, and virtual meeting participation information.

Please note: future meeting schedule and topics are tentative and subject to change.

  • May 26, 2022 - Operating budget recommendations
  • June 9, 2022 - Capital budget recommendation and discussion, and budget discussion
  • June 16, 2022 - Budget discussion
  • June 23, 2022 - Budget discussion, final budget ordinance
  • June 28, 2022 - Joint City Council/County Council meeting
  • August 2022 - City Council Summer Recess
  • September 14, 2022 - Mid-Year Retreat

In the next six months:

  • Amendments to design regulations
  • Arts Festival, Miners Day, Car Free Sunday and Art District programming
  • Dining deck amendment                                                                                
  • Historic Preservation Award unveiling
  • MicroTransit pilot
  • National Ability Center’s new building at PCMR subdivision approval
  • Open space and trails discussion                                                                 
  • Park Silly Sunday Market contract negotiations outreach plan                                     
  • PC Forward: Long-Range Transportation Plan                                               
  • Police Officers swearing in ceremony
  • Sign code amendments
  • 401 Silver King Drive, Unit 75 plat amendment     
  • Park City Co-Op Preschool rent abatement
  • Planning Commission interviews
  • Arts Festival supplemental plan approval                 
  • CEMP (Community Emergency Management Plan)                                                                         
  • Fractional Ownership LMC Amendment
  • Housing Authority: Studio Crossing housing mitigation plan            
  • Library, Planning Commission, Police Complaint Review Committee, and Public Art Advisory board appointments
  • Municipal Building Authority Meeting: final budget resolution
  • Personnel policy        
  • Redevelopment Agency Meeting: final budget resolution
  • Future Empire Creek water flows
  • Proposed water rate changes   
  • Southeast Quinn’s Junction Annexation
  • Planning Commission interviews
  • Special Event Code Changes
  • Park Silly Sunday Market 2022 Debrief
  • Park City Art Festival Debrief
  • Overview of Construction Mitigation Programs/Plans
  • Soils Discussion
  • Rocky Mountain Power Discussion
  • Economic Development Grant Awards
  • Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting
  • Business License Base Administrative Fee
  • Mental Health Update
  • Winter Transportation Operations
  • Potential Annexation of properties served by Snows Lane
  • Old Peace House Analysis for Affordable Housing
  • Ice Arena Update
  • On Call Contract for Construction Management Services
  • American Mailing Services for Daily Courier Services Contract
  • Bus Stop Capital Improvement Program Update
  • Transportation Planning Update
  • Update to Small Wireless Facilities Design Standards in the Historic District
  • Boards and Commissions Code Update
  • BFO Scoring Model
  • IT Decentralized vs. Centralized
  • Recreation Regional Agreement
  • Save People Save Wildlife
  • Gillmor Parcel Transitions and Planning
  • Discuss Policy Regarding Lighting the McPolin Farm Barn
  • Use of Maverick Gas Station for Community Events
  • Ice Annual Update
  • Golf Annual Update
  • Title 4 Code Amendments
  • NTMP Process
  • Mine Bench RFP
  • Rec, Golf, Ice - prioritizing 84060 residents, including a discussion on fees, resident area definition, etc.
  • Approve Updated 2021 Supplemental Standard Plans and Specifications
  • Approve Design Standards for the Historic District
  • Transit O&M
  • Complete view of City financial support of area non-profits (SSC, fee waivers, etc. all combined)
  • Council priorities on large-scale capital initiatives
  • Central Wasatch Commission Update
  • Budget Policy Review (Parking, Procurement, Traffic Calming/NTMP, Intergovernmental Communication, Economic Development Grants)