City Hall has scheduled an event on Tuesday, May 21, designed for people who are contemplating a bid for elected office in the municipal campaign.
Nearly a dozen Park City and Summit County officials sat on a public panel Wednesday to outline the way forward on wildfire management and to answer questions from residents.
Park City officials have scheduled an open house designed to explain the ambitious project, which will build nearly 60 affordable units in Park City.
The Park City Police Department last week received several reports of wildlife, including a collision on one of the entryways, as animal sightings continue into the spring.
The Park City Police Department last week logged a series of cases involving a variety of issues on the roads, including a complaint about what was described as an especially lengthy red light.
Sunday, May 12At 10:20 p.m., the police received a report of a possible natural gas leak in a building somewhere along Park Avenue. Public police logs did not provide details. The front license plate was...
Park City officials said in a report flooding is not expected inside the city even as they continue to monitor waterways through the season of melting snow. The forecast at the beginning of May called for “near-perfect runoff conditions with no big warmups forecast,” the report said.
The al fresco dining returns to Main Street this spring. The Park City Council in early May authorized leases with a series of restaurants along Main Street allowing them to operate dining decks this year. The decks are seen as ensuring Main Street remains competitive with other dining districts.
The University of Utah's esports Overwatch team far exceeded expectations when it advanced to the finals of the first-ever ESPN Collegiate Esports Championship this weekend. A Park City native on the coaching staff is a big reason why.
The family of Rich Martinez is preparing to commission a bronze statue of the man to be placed in a location in Old Town, the neighborhood where he spent his life.
Election Day is months away, but the campaign season in Park City has already started. The campaign will officially start in June with the opening of the filing window.
Park City’s economy is booming as skiers and snowboarders arrive in large numbers, construction continues at a solid clip and registers at shops and restaurants ring up sales.
Michelle Downard has worked in the Park City Building Department for 15 years, rising through the ranks to become a key staffer. She will soon bring the background to a different post at the Marsac Building as the municipal government has tapped her to become City Hall’s first-ever resident advocate.
Max Doilney, a businessman and a lifelong Parkite, has started a campaign for the Park City Council, saying the community is amid change that he is prepared to help manage from his unique perspective. Doilney...
Ware Peek, serving the partial term vacated by Andy Beerman after his mayoral election, said on Wednesday she will not seek a full City Council term in this year’s election.
Nann Worel, a first-term member of the Park City Council, has announced she will seek re-election this year, saying she has enjoyed her three-plus years in office.
With snowpack at 140 percent of normal levels, experts caution residents that water conservation is still important and has far-reaching benefits.
Musicians will likely take note of a Park City Council discussion on Thursday night. And they are expected to beat a path to what is now unoccupied space in a Bonanza Drive building shortly. The...
“The popular Park City sculpture “Loosey the Moose” is again on display after City Hall freshened up the artwork.
The Treasure efforts did not end with City Hall’s acquisition of the hillside land in a $64 million conservation deal. The municipal government finalized the purchase in March and now must craft plans for the...