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Park City describes ‘near-perfect runoff conditions’ as snow melts
Park City describes ‘near-perfect runoff conditions’ as snow melts

May 15, 2019

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.


Park City dining decks, delectable summer option, return to Main Street
Park City dining decks, delectable summer option, return to Main Street

May 15, 2019

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.






Park City taps Marsac Building veteran to be first-ever resident advocate
Park City taps Marsac Building veteran to be first-ever resident advocate

May 11, 2019

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.


Park City businessman starts City Council campaign

May 10, 2019

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...