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July 2017

Found 4 blog entries for July 2017.

Park City Bike Share

It's not every day that you get to boast about living in the coolest city on earth! As if Park City isn't an incredible place to live in to begin with; now we can add e-bike sharing to one of many other firsts!  On Wednesday July 19th, 2017, Park City celebrated the launch of the nation's first fully electric bike share program.  “We want to thank all the people who worked on this and acknowledge the voters who have consistently demonstrated their desire for more environmentally friendly options," said Carolyn Rodriquez Summit County's Transportation Planning Director who spearheaded the effort.  

So what is an e-bike you ask? Unlike a traditional bike, e-bikes makes biking easier on Park City's hilly terrain, by providing an electric pedal assist

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Wasatch Front Market Overview Q2 2017

Read about the Wasatch Back Market in the comprehensive overview our brokerage Berkshire Hathaway Home Services puts together every quarter.  Click on the picture above for a link to the Q2 2017 Report. This comprehensive mid year report provides you with an overview of the activities in the Summit and Wasatch County real estate.  Our market is extremely segmented. Each neighborhood differs significantly in terms of price, home type, features and amenities.

The Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Predictions: Expect additional new developments to come to market in the 2017/2018 time frame in the Jordanelle, Heber and Canyons areas.  Inventory will remain low in many areas, particularly in the Park City Proper residential neighborhoods.  While we

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PARK CITY, UT (July 7, 2017) – Park City Mayor Jack Thomas and City Council announced today a major new initiative to solidify Park City’s rich history of arts and culture. On July 13 and 20, the Park City Council will consider approval of a purchase agreement for a 5.25-acre parcel in the City’s Bonanza Park neighborhood for $19.5 million to form the City’s first-ever Arts & Culture District, with Sundance Institute and the Kimball Art Center as anchor partners. Park City plans to impose a one-percent transient room (lodging) tax to pay for the initial land purchase and development of the site. Sundance Institute and the Kimball Art Center have signed letters of intent to purchase land in the new district from the City and will participate in a joint

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Enjoy a full day of activities, including pancake breakfast at City Park beginning at 7 am, Cole Sport 5k Fun Run - preregistration required at http://www.runnercard.com/roadrace/public/raceGroup/976079, parade down Main St. at 11 am, kids' activities, rugby games, volleyball tournament, live music and refreshments at noon at City Park. At Park City Mountain Base area, enjoy family fun, live music and barbeque at 3 pm and fireworks at dusk.

Join the community celebration with local activities on Historic Main Street, City Park and Park City Mountain Resort Base. The map below will help you plan during the festivities.  Text PCEVENTS to 888777 for real-time event impact and transportation information. You can also email specialevents@parkcity.org or

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