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Bonanza Park Community Meeting Recap

More than 200 community members attended a Park City open house Wednesday that marked the start of a new visioning for the Bonanza Park neighborhood.

Park City wants residents to answer the question: do you still want an arts and culture district?

Luis Calvo is a planner with MKSK, a firm partnering with the city on gathering public input about the future of Bonanza Park.

“This is the first community meeting out of three,” Calvo said. “We have launched an online survey which can be accessed via our website… We will be compiling all of this information and summarizing it, and then we’ll be presenting it to city council at their August 29 meeting with key takeaways and findings from all of those conversations that we’ve had so far.

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Summer Special Event Preview

Please find an overview of Park City's major summer events. Additional information will be provided for each event as it approaches. For all events, please consider alternative transportation - transit, bike, walk, or carpool.

Upcoming Community Events:

Tune into KPCW 91.7 for Special Event updates throughout the summer

Sign up for travel and event-related text alerts. To subscribe, text PCEVENTS to 888777

Sustainability Took Kit

The Legacy We Share.

People who visit Park City are drawn to the breathtaking beauty of the land, the creative culture of our thriving communities, and the sustainable values woven into the very fabric of our town. As a community, we think of ourselves as a beacon of earth friendliness. With some of the most ambitious climate goals in North America, Park City’s commitment to our cultural heritage and to sustainability includes sharing with visitors and locals alike how we can all strive to maintain the unique beauty and spirit of this community we call home.

We are in this Together.

The Chamber has put together and inital overview of their Sustainability Took Kit to help us educate our visiting guests how to help preserve and maintain our community for their next visit.

View Took Kit

After reviewing this Took Kit, if you have questions, suggestions or comments, please reach out to:

Morgan Mingle
Director of Sustainable Tourism
Park City Chamber & Visitors Bureau

View Full Sustainabillity Plan

Sundance Film Festival 2023 Community Guide

The 2023 Sundance Film Festival will take place in Park City from January 19 to 29. Impacts will begin on January 12. For information on how to navigate impacts, please refer to the documents/links below. 
Parking Closures are as follows:
  • January 12-February 1: Bob Wells Plaza
  • January 18-30: North Marsac Parking Lot, partial closure
  • January 17-18: West Side of Main Street
  • January 18-28: Park Avenue (from Heber to 9th Street)
  • January 19-28: All of Main Street, Heber Avenue, Swede Alley Surface Parking Brew Pub Parking Lot (spaces available for ADA), West Side of Park Avenue (restricted to resident parking only), Flagpole Lot (Employee Permit Only), Galleria Lot (ADA parking only)
Free parking (and subsequent public transit) throughout the festival is available at Richardson Flat Park and Ride, Ecker Hill Middle School Park and Ride, Sandridge lots, Deer Valley parking lots, and Homestake Lot.
The Guaranteed Ride Home program (GRH) reimburses area employees for paid transportation that occurs outside of Park City Transit’s hours of operation or if unexpected transportation is needed. Registration is required.
For updates on emergencies, traffic and transportation, health, and weather impacts: Text “FILMFEST” to 888777 for real-time text alerts during the Festival; follow @ParkCityGovt and @ParkCityTransit on Twitter; listen to KPCW at 91.7 FM; sign up for Park City’s Emergency Alert Program at to receive notifications about emergencies.
If you have any questions, please text Jenny Diersen, Special Event Manager at 435.640.5063 for the quickest response. 

CONNECT Summit County

CONNECT is mental health service providers. And, CONNECT is people not directly affected by mental illness who recognize the serious challenge facing our community. Together, we raise our voices against the stigma and isolation of mental illness and work for more comprehensive and accessible mental health services in our county.

How we work:

  • WE PROVIDE RESOURCES: We provide you with a thorough list of resources that we believe best suit your current needs.
  • WE LISTEN: Our staff listens to you from a place of experience.
  • WE SEARCH: We do research based on your needs.

Call or text 435.776.HELP (4357)
Or email

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