After a decision was delayed for a couple of months to rebid the contract for a 6 monts microtransit pilot program, the Park City council Thursday is scheduled to approve a $680-thousand contract with its original vendor choice.

Park City Neighbor Day Website

Park City Leadership Class 21 is once again encouraging residents to get out this weekend and meet their neighbors for the third annual Neighbor Day. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

For more information, visit the Neighbor Day website at pcneighborday.com.

Meters On Main Street Temporarily Shut Down

Sep 19, 2017
parkcity.org

The Park City Historical Alliance got an update from the city’s parking department about the meters on Main Street at Tuesday’s meeting. KPCW’s Melissa Allison brings us the story.

House at Crash Site Receives Cleanup

Sep 19, 2017
Melissa Allison

Four months after a semi crashed into a home on Marsac Avenue, the damage is finally being cleared. KPCW’s Melissa Allison brings us the story.

The Wasatch County Clerk’s office completed the final Hand Count for the Primary Elections which were held August 15th.  Heber’s City Council race now has a different outcome from the post-election results.  Carolyn Murray has more:

Two local skiing legends will be inducted into the Intermountain Skiing Hall of Fame on Wednesday.  The event is sold out but the reception beforehand is still open for anyone interested in coming by to join in the celebration.  

Wasatch School District Website

The Wasatch County School Board of Education is accepting applications for a new school board position.    Debbie Jones retired last month.  Carolyn Murray has more: 

The Park City Community Foundation handed out nearly $129,000 to worthy recipients this year. Rick Brough has more.

Millennials are the largest potential voting group out there, and a program called "Voterise" wants to encourage them to register. One of the founders of Voterise says that millennials are not just the future -- they're the present. Rick Brough has more.

stateparks.utah.gov

With daily backups during the morning and evening commutes, its no secret that the SR 248 has needed improvements for some time. The process is just beginning. One resident, however, said its not needed and wants to put a stop to it. KPCW's Melissa Allison tells us why city officials disagree.

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