March 17, 2019 — Chamber/Bureau to host event on healthy workplaces The Park City Chamber/Bureau is set to host a lunch and learn event focused on creating a healthy workplace on Thursday, March 21, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Park City Hospital, according to a newsletter.
March 16, 2019 — The Rocky Mountain region has had abundant snowfall this season, prompting several Colorado resorts to delay their closing dates a few weeks to capitalize on the powder. But Park City resorts are not interested in following their lead.
March 12, 2019 — The new store at 511 Main Street sells Meredith Marks jewelry, as well as clothing and accessories from other designers. Marks designs her jewelry to be “fun and wearable,” and some of her pieces are versatile.
March 10, 2019 — Park City Women's Business Network to discuss collaboration at monthly event The Park City Women's Business Network is set to host an event on March 12 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Enlighten Wellness. According to the organization's website, the theme for the event is
March 9, 2019 — In the last two weeks, a bill that sought to alter sales taxes for businesses and consumers in Utah surfaced, stirred up controversy and stalled. Businesses that would have been affected by the bill were left wondering what the next few months will bring. The
March 8, 2019 — ven though the Utah Brewers Guild opposed the bill that would have allowed full-strength beer to be sold in grocery stores, the guild was disappointed the conversation about raising the limit ended when the bill failed. They were in favor of raising the limit higher than the proposed limit.
March 5, 2019 — Eleven years ago, the Epic Pass transformed the ski industry by offering guests unlimited skiing at several resorts, making skiing and riding more accessible and affordable. Today, with the introduction of “Epic for Everyone,” Vail Resorts continues that history by offering the same flexibility and value to all
March 5, 2019 — Two college students realized how often tourists asked them where to grab a bite to eat after skiing all day. So, they made a business to answer the question for them. MounTins features 10 restaurants on coasters that double as coupons.
March 4, 2019 — John Hanrahan recently stepped down as clinical director of the People’s Health Clinic, but he still plans on volunteering whenever he can. He is set to become the district governor of Utah Rotary in the summer.
March 3, 2019 — Smith's to ban Visa credit cards Smith's Food & Drug Stores announced that it will stop accepting Visa credit cards beginning April 3, according to a press release. Smith's will continue to accept other forms of payment, including Visa debit cards. The change will impact
March 2, 2019 — Jeff Jones, Summit County's economic development director, is a fan of homegrown businesses. He said they help create stable jobs over time, and the businesses that emerge tend to better reflect and serve the community. So, when he has a chance to help people in
February 25, 2019 — Last year, a Utah law removed dining club licenses, forcing businesses to choose between a restaurant and bar license, or else build an 8-foot wall dividing the two areas. Park City restaurants spent thousands of dollars to make the changes, and they are not happy.
February 24, 2019 — Solomon Fund accepting grant applications The Solomon Fund, an initiative of the Park City Community Foundation, is accepting grant applications from nonprofits, businesses and individuals. The fund is focused on addressing the low-income Latino community's limited participation in athletics in Park City. It hopes to
February 23, 2019 — An upbeat, optimistic mood filled the Park City Marriott conference room on Tuesday. With snow-filled slopes and a multitude of visitors spending money in town, business owners and leaders in the community are pleased with how the ski season is turning out. Members of the
February 19, 2019 — Since moving to Park City 10 years ago, Matthew Harris has had intermittent cravings for fresh seafood. He satisfied his appetite by starting a restaurant and filling the menu with natural ingredients, including fish, but the idea of launching a bar that served raw oysters
February 18, 2019 — In a town marked by high housing costs, the prices keep on rising. The Park City Board of Realtors recently released a report showing a steady increase in housing costs and a decrease in the amount of houses sold during 2018 compared to 2017. Officials
February 17, 2019 — Summit Sotheby's Cares donates to 50 nonprofits Summit Sotheby's Cares, part of Summit Sotheby's International Realty, recently awarded a total of $100,000 to 50 local nonprofits in Park City, Salt Lake and Southern Utah. According to a press release, the firm's sales associates and the