Park City

Park City Council Seat Opening in January

Dec 14, 2017

With the election of a sitting city council person to the mayor’s seat in November, the governing body now needs to find a replacement. Carolyn Murray has this:

Park City Mayor Jack Thomas will ask the city Planning Commission Wednesday if it's willing to freeze the Treasure Hill planning process, with no vote being taken on the current proposal, in order to explore an opportunity for Park City to acquire half of the density of Treasure Hill for $30 million. Here's the press release that was issued Tuesday: Treasure Hill Press Release.

Park City Expo Showcases Winter Offerings

Dec 12, 2017

The Park City Chamber Bureau is holding their annual Winter Kick-Off Expo Wednesday Night at the Doubletree Hotel.  It’s a chance for Chamber members to showcase their winter products and services.   Carolyn Murray has more:

Park City School District superintendent Ember Conley announced she will complete her current contact through the end of the school district and will not seek renewal. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Christmas Concert Includes Multiple Acts

Nov 29, 2017

A special Christmas Concert sponsored by Shepard of the Mountains Lutheran Church is happening on Saturday afternoon.  Carolyn Murray has this: 

Christian Center of Park City

Operation Hope is a program put on by the Christian Center this time of the year.  It’s designed to insure that every kid in Park City gets a gift for the holidays. Carolyn Murray has more:

Erin Grady

A longtime local and Park City High School graduate, Erin Grady, was named to serve the unexpired term of school board member Julie Eihausen. 

Erin Grady was one of two candidates for the position. She has lived in Park City for 34 years and was educated in Park City schools. She currently serves as co-president of the PTA at Parleys’ Park Elementary school. She is also a board member of PC READS and the Figure Skating Club of Park City. She also served for 12 years as communications manager for Deer Valley Resort.

After a two year competition between 50 communities across the country to lower energy consumption, it appears that the $5 million prize isn't a prize after all. Leslie Thatcher has more.

For the second year in a row, Park City Mountain Resort has postponed its scheduled opening by a week. The resort announced this morning that it's postponing the scheduled opening from this Friday to Thanksgiving Day.

Following a mountain tour this (Tuesday) morning, Park City Mountain COO Bill Rock made the announcement to postpone the opening. Saying that the resort is dedicated to providing guests with the best early-season ski and ride experience, he says they don’t have the snow base to ensure that.

More than 30 years ago, the Park City Council approved the masterplan for the Treasure Hill development. Over the years, various attempts have been made to get the project to a point to actually get it out of the ground. That time may be very soon. Leslie Thatcher has this update.

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