Member Resources

Parking and Transit Changes

Effective November 18th

PCMR Parking Changes for Winter

The Mountain Village Hase area moves to a parking reservation system with elements of paid parking, free parking and carpooling and transit incentives. Learn More

2023 Rule of the Road Permitting Guide

The Sundance Film Festival is an annual event that takes place in Park City every year. The 2023 Sundance Film Festival is scheduled for Thursday, January 19-Sunday, January 29, 2023.

Rules of the Road

Begin by reviewing the 2023 Rules of the Road for permitting, licensing and other regulations during the Festival. After review, for more information and questions, please contact Park City Municipal's point of contact during the Sundance Film Festival. To help us get back to you and better direct your inquiry, please include the following information when reaching out to primary contact:

  • Organization or Business Name
  • Primary Point of Contact Name
  • Contact Information including Email, Phone Number, Address
  • Location of Inquiry and Reason for Inquiry

Jenny Diersen
Special Events & Economic Development Program Manager
435.615.5188 (office)
435.640.5063 (cell)  

Linda Jager
Media/Public Affairs

To screen a film or run a festival in Park City, business licenses and other permits are required. **IMPORTANT NOTE** All licenses are subject to specific due dates.  For more information, please check out the Rules of the Road listed above.

Other Forms and Information for Businesses: 

Park City Applications Park City Regulations
Liquor License - Single Event           Regulations for Liquor License
Convention Sales License & Info Convention Chain Business Regulations
How To Register for My City Inspector (MCI) Regulations for Temp. Structures/Planning Dept
My City Inspector Registration  Regulations for Temporary Signs
Building Permit & How to Guide Regulations for Temporary Change of Occupancy
Operational (Fire) Permit & How To Guide Film Permit Information
Conditional Use Permit - Change of Occupancy Summit County Health Information
Sign Application

Seasonal Worker Resource Guide

Each year, Park City and Summit County welcome seasonal workers from across the country and the world to work at the resorts, in our hotels, restaurants, shops, and more. Seasonal workers are an integral part of our workforce and community each winter, making it possible for our visitors and locals to enjoy the season here in Park City. To help make the transition to Park City easier, the Park City Chamber & Visitors Bureau has created the Seasonal Worker Resource Guide.

View Guide

Sustainable Tourism Plan

The Sustainable Tourism Plan for Park City and Summit County intends to create a future where we consider community and environmental benefits with the same weight as economic benefits, resulting in a thriving community and destination. The plan was developed in collaboration with diverse community stakeholders to create a long-range sustainable destination plan with these principles in mind: 

Read Park City & Summit County’s Sustainable Tourism Plan in full here: 

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