In an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19, Park City Municipal will continue to hold its public meetings in digital format.
Updated November 10, 2020
This meeting will be an electronic meeting without an anchor location as permitted by Utah Code Open and Public Meetings Act section 52-4-207(4) as amended June 18, 2020, and Park City Resolution 05-2020, adopted March 19, 2020. The written determination of a substantial health and safety risk, required by Utah Code section 52-4-207(4) is attached as Exhibit A. Council members will connect electronically. Public comments will be accepted virtually as described below.
To comment virtually, use eComment or raise your hand on Zoom. Written comments submitted before the meeting will be entered into the public record, but not read aloud. For more information on participating virtually and to listen live, visit the City's meeting page.
Exhibit A: Determination of Substantial Health and Safety Risk
On November 9, 2020, the Mayor determined that conducting a meeting with an anchor location presents a substantial risk to the health and safety of those who may be present at the anchor location. Utah Code section 52-4-207(4) requires this determination and the facts upon which it is based, which include:
- Governor Herbert declared a COVID-19 State of Emergency on November 8, 2020.
- Summit County has extended its Emergency Declaration and Public Health Emergency Declaration through January 8, 2021.
- Statewide COVID cases and hospitalizations are increasing exponentially.
This determination is valid for 30 days, and is set to expire on December 9, 2020.