Mountain lion, other animals seen in Park City
September 5, 2017
The Park City Police Department last week continued to receive reports about wildlife sightings, including a case involving a mountain lion.
The reports last week were the latest in a string of sightings since the middle of August.
The mountain lion sighting last week was logged on Tuesday, Aug. 29 at 7:27 p.m. The person who contacted the police said the animal was seen on a hillside between Deer Valley Drive and Golden Way. Public police logs did not provide details.
The report of a mountain lion was filed approximately two weeks after other sightings of one of the animals. The earlier reports included a sighting in the area of Mellow Mountain Road and Sunnyside Drive.
Some of the other wildlife cases reported last week included:
Trending In: Park City
- Snowboarder dies after accident at Park City Mountain Resort
- Deer Valley Resort announces capital improvements for 2019/2020 winter
- Hedge fund manager, injured skiing, sues Deer Valley for $60 million
- Meet Luke Cartin, Park City’s new Environmental Sustainability Manager
- Park City possibilities seen as Vail Resorts makes housing pledge
- Vail Resorts chief in Park City: More work needed on housing, wages
- Resident raises concerns about safety of upcoming Jeremy roundabouts
- For the Record: Are multi-resort passes like the Epic and Ikon offerings good for skiing?
- Park City hotel teardown starts with brute force, power tools
- Park City, jammed, forced into temporary one-way Main Street traffic