In compliance with the March 15, 2020 Summit County Public Health Order designed to slow the spread of COVID-19, the Park City Municipal's recreation facilities are closed to the public.
Park City Library: The Library is offering digital amenities during the facility closure, including storytime, e-books, audiobooks, and more. Learn more by visiting parkcitylibrary.org.
PC Recreation: Participate in PC Recreation's 'Keep Your Social Distance Challenge.' Details here. Follow PC Recreation on Facebook or Instagram (@pc_recreation) to learn more about other virtual amenities.
Park City Ice Arena: Follow Park City Ice Arena on Facebook or Instagram (@parkcityicearena) to learn about the virtual amenities available during the facility closure. Skating related exercises are available on YouTube via this link.
Public Works Remains Open for Business via Email and Phone
In compliance with Summit County's Public Health Stay At Home Order, the Park City Public Works building and offices will be closed to the public until May 1, 2020. Public Works operations will remain open for business, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Monday- Friday. Customers are encouraged to conduct business by email or phone. For assistance, please call 435.615.5301, or by department directory below:
- Park City Transit: Lost and Found and Mobility Transportation information, call 435.615.5353. Transit information can be found at parkcitytransit.org
- Water Department: 435.615.5335 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Parking Services: 435.615.5308 or email@example.com
- Streets/Parks/Building Maintenance: 435.615.5375
In the event of an emergency outside of business hours, please contact police dispatch at 435.615.5500.
Park City Transit
Park City Transit is currently operating with reduced routes and frequency. Learn more about these changes by visiting parkcitytransit.org. Check back frequently for additional route changes.
Park City Transit is working with local public health officials to slow the spread of COVID-19. We’ve stepped up cleaning of vehicles and facilities using EPA-approved disinfectant. Drivers are practicing personal precautions as outlined by the CDC; such as, regular hand washing and utilizing the City’s generous sick leave policy. However, this is a rapidly developing issue and the City will monitor developments and guidance from State and Federal health and transportation officials. We will post service alerts on Facebook, Twitter, and the MyStop Mobile app.