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Park City recreation center changes pass structure

by Jay Hamburger THE PARK RECORD

City Hall has changed the structure of passes at the Park City Municipal Athletic & Recreation Center from what it was at the Racquet Club.

The new facility, scheduled to debut at 2 p.m. on Dec. 16 at the site of the demolished Racquet Club, will require people buying at least one-month passes to purchase an add-on to attend classes in addition to the regular fee to use the Municipal Athletic & Recreation Center.

At the Racquet Club, classes were included in the price tag to use the facility. The pass structure at the Municipal Athletic & Recreation Center offers someone the choice of whether they want to pay extra for the classes through the add-on. Classes that are impacted include yoga, Pilates and anything that is scheduled in the group fitness studios.

Someone who does not attend classes will pay less to use the facility than they did at the Racquet Club.

Ken Fisher, who manages City Hall’s recreation programs, said the overall pricing for people who live within the Park City School District limits, considered to be local, is similar to what it was at the Racquet Club. People who live outside the limits of the School District will pay slightly more than they did before. The School District boundaries generally encompass the West Side of Summit County.

Some of the prices at the Municipal Athletic & Recreation Center include:

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$70 for a 10-punch pass for a local adult while a visitor will pay $90.

$7 for an adult daily drop-in pass for someone who live locals. The price is $10 for a visitor.

$345 for a 12-month individual pass for someone who live locally. The add-on fee is $144 for the classes. One-month individual pass is $40, with a $20 add-on price for the classes.

$590 for a 12-month couples pass for people who live locally. The add-on fee for the classes is $260. One-month couples passes cost $72, with a $35 add-on for classes.

The Municipal Athletic & Recreation Center will offer senior and military discounts. The Racquet Club did not offer such discounts.

The work crews are in the finishing stages at the Little Kate Road site of the 85,000-square-foot facility. Most of the Racquet Club was demolished in mid-2010 and the workers have spent the time since then putting up the Municipal Athletic & Recreation Center in its place.

The new facility will offer numerous improvements in workout equipment and space as well as a series of environmental upgrades. The work is anticipated to cost $10.5 million.

More information is available via the Web address http://www.parkcityrecreation.org.

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