The Thin Air Festival, focused on leadership and innovation, begins Thursday with an event at Park City Live at 6:30 p.m. Organizers have partnered with the Park City Youth Sports Alliance to celebrate Olympians and Paralympians with a homecoming parade on Friday at 5 p.m. A concert follows at the end of the parade route on lower Main Street, which will be closed starting Friday at 5:30 a.m. to set up a stage for the Citizen Cope concert. Carolyn Murray has this:
With the implementation of the new demand-based parking system next month, Park City is trying to figure out where the balloon will bulge when the Old Town parking gets squeezed. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
The Snyderville Planning Commission crossed one major item off their "to-do" list this week, as they voted a recommendation for the Amended Canyons Resort SPA Master Plan and Development Agreement. Snyderville Chairman Canice Harte dropped by KPCW to talk about the plan. Rick Brough has more.
The city council approved a Professional Services agreement with Lochner Inc for a little over 1.3 million dollars for the State Route 248 Corridor and Safety Improvement Project. Carolyn Murray has this report and more on Thursday’s meeting.
On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Sundance Transit Manager Brian Cambria. Erik Esquivel is the new Latino Community Outreach Specialist for the Park City School District. He talks about projects he's working on. Tom Kelly with the US Ski and Snowboard Association has the weekly team update and Snyderville Basin Recreation Director Brian Hanton is in with his monthly update.
Parking in Old Town will get more expensive, but the upside is parking will likely be available when you visit Old Town thanks to a new concept that will give people a choice about where and when to park. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
After conducting surveys and doing studies, Park City is ready to review their findings and their consultant's recommendations with the public. The city and the Historic Park City Alliance are holding a public open house Wednesday, April 6. KPCW's Renai Bodley spoke to the consultant on the project for a preview:
On today's program, Ski Utah CEO Nathan Rafferty previews the 2015-16 ski season. Snyderville Basin Planning Commissioner Colin Hilton reviews some of the projects discussed at Tuesday's meeting. Blake Fonnesbeck and Brian Anderson talk about the downtown parking study underway and this month's Youth Sports Report with Aimee Preston and Heather Sims.