Community

How 4 Local Businesses Teamed Up to Form a Unique Collective

Rather than going it alone, a coffee roaster, juicer, barber, and clothier are making it on Main Street by sharing both space and resources.

08/28/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Parties

How Park City Supports the Arts: the Kimball Art Center's Black-and-White Gala

On July 13, art lovers from near and far came out enforce to celebrate one of Park City's most beloved organizations.

07/26/2017 Photography by Blake Peterson / Kimball Art Center

Community

Dive into Summer Reading with the Summit County Bookmobile

Offering a wide selection of books for all ages, the Bookmobile makes reading accessible outside the library.

07/26/2017 By Rachel Day

Arts

Don't Miss Your Last Chance to Take "The View From My Door" Tour

Time is running out to see the collaborative community art project.

07/10/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Neighborhoods

4 Reasons to Love Park City's Trailside Neighborhood

A new school, bountiful recreation programming, and lots of singletrack are just a few of the perks of living in Trailside.

06/13/2017 By Jane Gendron

Mental Health

The Secret to Avoiding Seasonal Blues

Expert tips and holistic ways to combat the little known side-effects of high-altitude living.

06/13/2017 By Ann Whittaker

Community

Help Keep Our Community Garden Running with "Seeds of Change"

Support the gardens with a fundraising event featuring delicious natural food, prizes, and a live auction.

05/24/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Video

Love Cars? Check Out "Everyday Driver" TV Show

Park City's local car gurus Todd Deeken and Paul Schmucker are offering their sage advice to the world via their Youtube Channel and Velocity network TV show.

05/22/2017 By Michaela Wagner Videography by Everday Driver

Cycling

Join The Two-Wheel Revolution with Bike Month in Park City

May has officially been declared Bike and Bicycle Safety Month, here's how you can get involved in this important initiative to make our town a better place ...

05/12/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Community

Getting Out of Your Head

CONNECT Summit County seeks to shine light on mental health issues through 30 days of free screenings and seminars .

05/08/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Slideshow

Closing Weekend 2017

All good things must come to an end, but not before we have one last party all over the mountain and our last magical run of the season.

04/17/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Community

Find Out How to Eat Local at the Swaner EcoCenter's Meet the Producers Event

Farmers, ranchers, and food producers come together to share their knowledge (plus give out some delicious samples) with the community.

03/27/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Community

4 Volunteers Share Their Love for the National Ability Center

Missed out on this year’s annual Red, White & Snow event? No worries. There’s plenty of ways you can get involved with the NAC throughout the year.

03/08/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Conservation

The Final Push to Save Bonanza Flats

Time is running out! Show your support for preserving this precious piece of Park City open space by June 15.

03/06/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Feast

The Tale of Park City's Two New Public Gardens

Growing, learning, and building community at Park City’s two new public gardens.

06/01/2016 By Renèe Huang and Melissa Fields

Neighborhoods

There's A Lot To Love About Jeremy Ranch

Find out why locals love Park City’s original suburban neighborhoods

06/01/2016 By Barinan Cohen

Good Neighbors

How to Live With Some of Park City's Most Famous Residents

Finding a peaceful coexistence with the deer family’s largest and most voracious members

06/01/2016 By Lisa Antonucci

The View From Here

Betting on the Little Guy

Park City Municipal puts even more skin in the game to shape the local business climate now and into the future.

01/01/2016 By Melissa Fields

Public Transit

Free Public Transport in Park City Makes for Interesting Stories

Pinking shears and chicken legs on the Park City bus.

01/01/2014 By Stacy Dymalski

Campfire Tales

This One’s for the Girls

Camp Cloud Rim celebrates its 76th year with a land purchase that will safeguard its legacy.

06/01/2013 By Melissa Fields