Public Meetings #1 & #2 (Options Review):
March 2, 2016
Public Meeting #3 (School District Concepts Review)
April 27, 2016, 5:30pm - 7:30pm - Park City High School
Public Meetings #4 & 5
(Regional Concepts Review):
May 25, 2016
Public Meetings #6 (Draft Plan Open House):
June 29, 2016
Park City Municipal Corporation and Snyderville Basin Recreation District completed a Mountain Recreation Strategic Action Plan in 2013. This strategic action plan identified and prioritized recreational facilities, but did not evaluate in detail where these facilities could be located. Park City Municipal Corporation, Snyderville Basin Recreation District, and Park City School District have a history of collaborating on facility development. In an effort to better understand possible recreation expansion opportunities on City- and Basin- and School District-owned property along with the costs associated with each option, the City, the Basin, and the School District have contracted with the Landmark Design Team to create conceptual designs, construction cost estimates, and operational cost estimates.
IN THE NEWS
Park Record article 5/13/2016 - Jeff Dempsey
Park Record article 5/10/2016 - Jeff Dempsey
Park Record article 5/3/2016 - Jeff Dempsey
Park Record article 4/12/2016 - Jeff Dempsey
Park Record article 3/23/2016 - Jeff Dempsey
Park Record article 3/4/2016 - Jeff Dempsey
Park Record guest editorial 3/15/2016 - Dawn Vibert Bowes
KPCW interview with Lynn Ware-Peek 3/2/16 (audio)
The first round of public meetings were held on March 2, 2016. Meeting dates and locations for future meetings are shown under "Public Involvement" above.
In the meantime, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
The project scope includes developing site and architectural concepts for the sites under consideration, developing and applying evaluation criteria, estimating site and facility costs, preparing a plan with preferred improvements and options, and utilizing a public process to verify preferences and direction.
The Potential Facilities & Locations Matrix (shown below), shows all of the potential facilities that were identified in the three recent studies, and the possible locations that are being considered for each facility. Facilities will not be provided at every site shown -- this image just illustrates the potential sites under consideration. The Regional Alternatives below show four comprehensive options for facilities, with adjustments to preferred concepts for individual sites detailed as well.
Regional Alternatives Presentation