Park City Council to take up Main Street vibrancy, Deer Valley right of way

The Park City Council will meet at City Hall on Thursday, Sept. 28, at 4:15 p.m. Agenda highlights include: 

Review of Main Street Vibrancy Ordinance 

Council will receive an overview of the current Vibrant Commercial Storefront Ordinance and provide feedback and direction on possible changes to it. The ordinance was created to protect Main Street’s unique tenant mix and protect the area’s character. View agenda item here. 

Park City Transit Update and Winter Service Discussion 

The transit team will provide an overview of their spring/summer performance and take feedback and direction on the proposed 2023/24 Winter Transit Service Plan. View agenda item here. 

Deer Valley Right-of-Way Vacation Petition  

The Deer Valley Development Company is requesting a right-of-way vacation as part of their proposed Snow Park Base area redevelopment. View the agenda item here.  (Note: This item is likely to be continued.) 

Proposed Amendments to Land Management Code — Accessory Uses  

Council will review proposed amendments to the Land Management Code to refine accessory uses (including commercial, residential, and resort accessory uses) in master planned developments. A public hearing will be held, and the council may consider approving the amendments. View agenda item here.  

For attendance information go here. 

This week in Planning Commission 

The Planning Commission will meet at City Hall on Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 5:30 p.m. Agenda highlights include: 

Land Management Code Changes — Lot Combinations  

Commissioners will review proposed Land Management Code amendments that establish a maximum lot size for residential development in the historic residential districts. There will be a public hearing and the commission will consider whether to forward a positive recommendation for the City Council’s consideration on Oct. 26. View entire agenda item here. 

Land Management Code Changes — Steep Slopes 

Commissioners will consider an ordinance making the Planning Commission the final action authority for Steep Slope Conditional Use Permits and plats. The Commission will hold a public hearing and consider whether to forward a positive recommendation for City Council’s consideration Oct. 26. View agenda item here. 

For attendance information go here. 

City News  

Community Meeting on Housing and Active Transportation Tuesday, Sept. 26, 5:30-7 p.m. City Hall Council Chambers and Zoom 

Park City Municipal and its consultant partners will hold a virtual community meeting regarding potential amendments to the Land Management Code. Discussion topics include opportunities to reduce barriers to affordable housing, “gentle density” development, and criteria for transportation demand management that supports multi-modal transportation. 

Attend via Zoom (Meeting ID: 862 5865 3982 Passcode: 475985), or in-person in Council Chambers. 

Fall Projects Open House Tuesday, Oct. 10, 5-6:30 p.m., Park City Library Patio  

Multiple City departments will be on hand and available to discuss the city’s current, ongoing, and future projects. Residents can expect updates on city planning initiatives, construction of the 3Kings Water Treatment Facility, the EngineHouse affordable housing development, the city’s Neighborhoods First initiative, and more. 

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