Park City

Everything to do inside of Park City proper.

Tour of Utah

After a hiatus in 2017, the multiday Tour Of Utah road bike event, known as America's Toughest Stage Race, brings the action back to Main Street in Old Town Park City this summer.  Leslie Thatcher brings the news:

The Park City Planning Commission will take up the revised Treasure Hill proposal at its Wednesday meeting.  But although public comments are invited, there are still no specifics to comment on.  Leslie Thatcher tells the story:

PC MARC Lunch And Learn Covers Melanoma

Jan 9, 2018

Wednesday's Lunch And Learn at the PC MARC features a discussion on melanoma which is a deadly form of skin cancer that is very prevalent in Utah.  Carolyn Murray previews the session:

THINC Park City

Park City officials are on a tight time frame to decide about moving ahead with a settlement agreement for the Treasure Hill project.  But Steve Joyce, who has reviewed the development as a planning commission member and is now on the city council, says he's cautiously optimistic.  Rick Brough has more:

Steve Joyce

Park City Municipal has put money into a study of short-term rentals, partnering with Summit County and the Park City Chamber/Bureau.  Steve Joyce of the city council says the funding is worth it, as Rick Brough reports:

Respect Rally Planned For Sundance Opening Weekend

Jan 5, 2018

Last year, The Women’s March on Main was held in Park City on the first Saturday of the Sundance Film Festival.  It drew record crowds in Old Town. This year, on Saturday, January 20th, to mark the event, the same organizers are working on a rally that will focus on respect. Carolyn Murray has this:

During Wednesday's Summit County Council meeting, council members and the public addressed a number of issues including lawsuits over opioids and the county's bus service in the Park City area.  Rick Brough files this report:

Roger Armstrong of the Summit County Council says that short-term rentals -- booked on the Internet through such sites as Airbnb and VRBO -- are an issue for municipalities across the country, but especially for resort towns.  That's why the county and Park City are sponsoring a study into this kind of housing, as Rick Brough reports:

With a Friday deadline approaching, there's still time to be considered for the vacant seat on the Park City Council.  Leslie Thatcher has this update:

Slamdance Film Festival Returns To Town

Jan 4, 2018

Slamdance -- the other film festival going off this month in Park City -- returns to the Treasure Mountain Inn from January 19th through the 25th.  The festival's cofounder, Peter Baxter, says is continues to be an event that is led and driven by filmmakers.  Rick Brough has more: