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Park City business group calls for aggressive traffic-fighting measures

November 18, 2019

The group that represents businesses along Main Street or just off the street has called for the development of a park-and-ride lot, something that would likely be a major project even for a municipal government that is stressing transit as a key step to reducing traffic. The Historic Park City Alliance broached the idea in a wide-ranging memo to Park City leaders.

Park City readies to sell Old Town worker housing, priced as low as $205,000

November 16, 2019

Park City on Friday began the first steps toward selecting buyers for a workforce or otherwise affordable housing project in the northern reaches of Old Town. It is a process that is expected to draw widespread interest as rank-and-file workers compete to win the right to acquire a unit that would put them a few blocks away from Main Street, City Park and Park City Mountain Resort.

Park City Old Town worker housing: Is your income or net worth too high to qualify?

November 16, 2019

Park City has set limits on income and on net worth as it readies to select buyers for the first phase of Woodside Park workforce or otherwise affordable housing in Old Town. The limits differ between two categories of units in the project, those designated as affordable and those that are attainable, and are based on the area median income as well as the household size.