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On Tuesday, Sept. 19, at 4 p.m., the Park City Council will meet at City Hall to certify the results of the 2023 Municipal Primary Election. The agenda is available here. 

The council will meet for a Strategic Planning Retreat on Thursday, Sept. 21, at 9 a.m. in the Park City Library Community Room (1255 Park Avenue). Agenda highlights include: 

Strategic Planning Exercise  

The council will review the strategic objectives identified at their mid-year retreat and conduct an exercise to help shape the council’s priority projects going forward. 

Park City General and Main Street Plans

The council will be briefed on two comprehensive planning efforts. The Park City General Plan, which sets the table for the future of the entire city, is slated to be updated for the first time since 2014. Council will also contemplate moving forward on a plan for the Main Street area. Public input will be heard on these items. 

Mayor’s Transportation Initiatives  

The council and the city’s transportation planning team will review and discuss several ongoing transportation initiatives looking at regionally significant transportation solutions. Public input will be heard on this item. 

The retreat will also have the option to listen, watch, or participate virtually. For attendance information, go here. 


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