Park City Council

Public opinion is heating up over the proposed zoning for the Bonanza Park Area, and residents are throwing their thoughts to City Council about how the area should be redeveloped to best benefit the community as a whole. Lynn Ware Peek, has more.

On Tuesday the public can join in the city walk through to understand just how Bonanza Park might be developed if the proposed zoning is applied to the area. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

The Park City Council at its Thursday meeting approved the contract for 755  solar panels that will go up on the PC MARC building - offsetting 20% of its energy use.   Lynn Ware Peak has more.

City Council Will Cover Water And Sun

Oct 1, 2014

The Park City Council meets Thursday - part of the discussion will focus on the Water Smart program and new solar panels on the PC MARC. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

At the recent Park City council meeting, a line-up of residents concerned about the City's choice of Form based code for the Bonanza Park redevelopment spoke out. Some urged city council to study the zoning tool more closely and others called out to scrap it entirely. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Due to a large number of requests, KPCW posts (in its entirety) Vail's  Mountain Division President, Blaise Carrig's, September 18th address  before Park City Mayor and City Council and an overflowing room of residents.  Approximately 20 minutes... you will not be bored!  Carrig gives an overview of Vail's strategy and priorities in Park City - assuring the public that VR has no intention of making Park City the "company town"  that many fear. 

The Park City Council is scheduled to meet with Vail Resorts president Blaise Carrig today.  One of the topics is to get an update on how sales tax revenues will be distributed across the city, the county and two states.  KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

The Park City council and Mayor spent a full day in a mid-year retreat - looking at goals set at the beginning of the year and how some of those top tier goals, like engaging the community are being accomplished. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

It's difficult to remember the days in Park City when Main Street was empty during its summer months. But now, with summer events piled high and often on top of each other - when does it become too much? Lynn Ware Peek has more.

The Park City Council scarcely batted an eye in approving the $730,000 for the Bear Bench Walkway, part of Main Street improvements. Lynn Ware Peek has more.