PSA

Summit Community Gardens and local beekeepers want to remind you that Spring is the time of year when honeybees swarm in search of new homes. If you spot a swarm of bees in your yard, please do not spray them with water or Raid. Rather, contact No Devils Bee Farm at 435-640-0068. They will remove them in a way that keeps the hive intact. Remember, happy bees equals healthy flowers and vegetables.     

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July 4th Applications Available

May 9, 2015

If you are interested in making application to have a float in the 2015 4th of July Parade please send an email to joel@FineProperty or call 435-901-2171

Daylight Saving Time Begins Sunday

Mar 4, 2015

Daylight Saving Time starts this Sunday, March 8, at 2 AM. Set your clocks ahead one hour Saturday night. This is also a great time to check your smoke detectors.

If you're in the market for an antique oriental screen or a French carved desk and chair set, these and other fabulous antiques and collectibles are part of an estate sale Friday & Saturday, August 23 & 24 at 2525 Bear Hollow Dr, next to the trailhead. The garage doors open at 9am and close at 3. All proceeds of the sale benefit Peace House, a charitable organization dedicated to ending family violence and abuse in the community.For more information, contact Ann at 435-658-4739 or ann@peacehouse.org. 

Hope Alliance will be returning to Haiti in October and is collecting gently used sneakers and back backs to distribute to 3 schools in rural communities surrounding Camatin, Haiti. These are for poorest of the poor school children aged 5-17 who would otherwise not have the ability to buy these items.  August 28 - September 11, you can drop off items at Basin Rec Field House (Redstone), The PC MARC (Little Kate Road), Creekside Christian Church (Bitner Rd.) and Park City Community Church (HWY 224). Or call Kym 714 0902 for pick up!

See Solar in Action

Jul 31, 2013

Summit County invites you to visit a home in Trailside that installed solar through Summit Community Solar bulk-purchase program.  Stop by on August 7 between 5 and 7 PM to ask the owners about energy cost savings and their experience with Summit Community Solar.  Representatives of the selected contractor, Alpenglow Solar will be present to answer technical questions and explain how the Summit Community Solar bulk-purchase program works. Visit mycommunitysolar.org for more info Summit County is a non-profit entity. 

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