City Council Meetings

Linked below are summaries of City Council meeting topics. I will update this page once each meeting packet is published.

December 16th, 2021
Iron Mountain open space; Monetary awards for organizations that support Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; Mental Wellness Fund; Drop, Load, and Staging zones on Main Street; Royal Street bus service; Sundance 2022; Bridge or tunnel near 248/224 intersection; Mid-Year FY22 Budget amendment; 5G wireless ordinance; Accessory apartments; Prohibiting nightly rentals in Hidden Oaks (Phases 2 and 3).


December 9th, 2021
Mid-Year Budget Adjustment; Accessory Apartment Regulations; Film Studio change in use for next phase; Municipal Equity Index update; Homestake Road design; Water department systems support; Open Space monitoring to Summit Land Conservancy; Winter transit regarding Royal Street; Southeast Quinn’s Junction Annexation protests; Moving forward with the Homestake housing development.

November 18th, 2021
Sundance traffic flow (one-way on Swede, Main, and Park); Housing update; Pickleball facilities planning; People-First Streets program update; Sales Tax Revenues break records again; Detail of the spending for temporary Arts & Culture District programming; Small Business Saturday; Downtown Trash and Recycling contract award; Conservation Easement for Treasure Hill; Potential changes to one way traffic on Park Ave uphill of Heber Ave; Historic District Grant awards; Plat amendments; Moderate-Income Housing report update and plan; Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) along 224.

November 11th, 2021
Zero waste goals; Store takeovers for events; Public Art Advisory Board planning for 2022 with upcoming Board openings; Resolution for Veterans’ Day; Ice rinks for free public use in City Park; Housing management outsourcing; Urban Park Zoning (UPZ) applied to protect major City parks and the golf course; Drop, Load, and Staging (DLS) zone potential changes; Advisory committee for Lite Deed Restriction program.

November 4th, 2021
Administration of boards, commissions, and committees; Deferring the Rossi Hill/Coalition View Dr. road narrowing project; Commemorate Karen Ovard’s retirement after 39 years; Park Silly Sunday Market summary report; Kimball Arts Festival summary report; Park City Arts District/Arts & Culture District summary report.


October 28th, 2021
Large truck safety down Marsac/Mine Road; Funding for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion nonprofits; Short Range Transit Plan update; Park City School District master plan; Lessons learned from the 2002 Olympics; Water Revenue Bond and upgraded S&P rating; Transit changes for Winter 2021-2022 including a couple new routes; Parking summary including a proposed change to eliminate China Bridge’s first hour free; Declaring Nov. 1st Extra Mile Day; The future of the Triple Crown Sports softball tournament; Ordinance allowing more options for electronic meetings.


October 18th, 2021
Special meeting regarding annexation of Southeast Quinn’s Junction (approximately 1,200 acres), specifically requesting acceptance of the annexation petition by City Council.


October 7th, 2021
A tunnel under Kearns Blvd.; Decarbonization strategies; FY22 Budget update; Winter Special Events schedule; Consent Agenda items; PCCF Live PC Give PC Street Party; Triple Crown Sports tournament; Use of PC School District fields; Renewal of downtown Business Improvement District contract with HPCA.


September 23rd, 2021
Empire Creek water diversion, Drought management, Rail Trail improvement study, adopting October 2021 as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, COVID-19 update from the County, Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) driven code updates.


September 21st, 2021 (Strategic Planning Retreat)
Authentic Local Culture, Social Equity and Affordability, Transportation Innovation, Environmental Leadership, Housing Task Force.


September 2nd, 2021
5G deployment; Sales Tax revenues continue to break records; Public art installations; Affordable housing sale; Park Silly showing strong attendance; Downtown trash services procurement; Water bond to complete capital projects


August 19th, 2021
Water conservation/Firewise landscape incentives, Open space fire mitigation, Public Improvement Districts, Traffic safety enhancements, Direction on the Gordo SMF, Another Sales Tax Revenue record, Certifying the Primary Election


July 15th, 2021
Deed incentive program for full-time occupancy, Next steps with the soil repository, Parking & support for Sunday Old Town events, New City Attorney appointed, Sales Tax revenues break records


July 1st, 2021
July 4th Event Schedule, Arts & Culture topics, Short Term Rentals, Music Festival at McPolin Barn, Kimball Arts Festival, Library Tennant Lease Extensions

June 24th, 2021
Return of the Trolley, People-First Streets, Active Transportation Plan, Approving FY22 Budget, Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan Adoption (including wildfires), Adoption of Private Streets


June 17th, 2021
Fee Increases, Arts & Culture District, Soils Repository, Fire Safety/Ban, Fraud Report, Public Input Process, Park Avenue, Budget Overview, Elected Officials Communication Protocol

May 27th, 2021
Main Street Trolley, July 4th Parade, Woodside 2 Housing Development, Park Avenue, Wildfire Preparedness, Community Inclusion, Pride Month