A U.S. Senator on a mission to address climate change in Congress made a stop in Park City today. He spoke with some city leaders about how this ski town is achieving it’s environmental goals. KPCW’s Renai Bodley has more:
In their first discussion about a proposed $25 million bond to buy the Bonanza Flat open space, the comments from Park City Council generally supported putting the question to the voters on November 8th. They also heard there's at least one other player interested in the land - an international developer of private resorts. Rick Brough has more.
Vail Resorts is expanding its portfolio. On Monday morning, CEO of Vail Resorts, Rob Katz, announced the company is acquiring Whistler Blackcomb in British Columbia, the biggest ski resort in North America. Renai Bodley has more:
As you exit Interstate 80 and drive just less than a mile toward Park City, you'll find Bill White Farms -- a two acre farm that's beginning to thrive. In this second of two reports, Leslie Thatcher explains the food being grown there isn't about supplying Bill White's eight local eateries, it's about feeding the community.
Behind the six foot fenc a the corner of State Road 224 and Bear Hollow Drive, a bit of the Snyderville Basin's history is being re-created -- a two acre farm in the heart of Park City suburbia. In this first of two reports, Leslie Thatcher explains how Bill White Farms came to be...
Tour of Utah Transportation Plan for Sunday, August 7 Stage 7 - (Park City-Park City) The race start/finish area upper Main Street will be combined with the Tour of Utah Expo in order to create a day- long festival atmosphere for an anticipated crowd of 10,000 spectators. Temporary traffic closures will be in place along the route within Park City for 15 to 45 minutes between 11:00 am and 5:00 p.m. Plan ahead for traffic and transportation impacts.
Does Park City have a parking problem with RVs, boats and trailers? Several residents have been fined for keeping their recreation vehicles on their property in the same place they have for years. So why are they getting fined now? KPCW’s Renai Bodley explains.