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Park City Real Estate:

Summit Sotheby’s International Realty recently launched an iPad application that gives iPad users a tablet-optimized experience when searching and viewing properties. This exclusive app can be downloaded through Apple’s app store and allows iPad users to easily view Sotheby’s International Realty listings worldwide, view property details and photos, save home searches and property information, search for properties using a dynamic mapping tool as well as nearly 40 points of interest based on property location, and share properties via social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.

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Park City Utah; Long before Park City became a world-class ski destination and a venue for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, Park City had a colorful past as a silver mining town.  The area was discovered in 1868 when soldiers stationed at Fort Douglas in Salt Lake City were sent over the mountain from Big Cottonwood Canyon to look for silver and the discovery of several large veins of silver ore soon brought hopeful miners by the droves to Park City with the hope of becoming rich overnight.  The prospectors set up camps along the hillsides near the mines in what is now known as the Old Town section of Park City.
In 1884, Park City was incorporated and by 1889 the town’s population was over 5,000. Originally the town consisted of boarding houses, saloons, stores, theaters, and mine buildings where miners, gamblers, merchants, saloon keepers and ladies of the night from almost every country in the world first put Park City on the map. Modern conveniences like electricity and water and the abundance of silver mine opportunity made Park City a mecca for fortune seekers and the population reached almost 7,500 by 1898, about the same number as today’s full time residency. Park City was plagued by fires in 1882 and gain in 1885. However the worst was in 1898 when most of the town’s structures were destroyed by a tragic fire. Main Street was destroyed and losses were estimated at over one million dollars.  Approximately 200 businesses and houses were also burned and the city was left in ruins. It was the greatest fire in the history of Utah.
After the fire of 1898 the people of Park City worked together to rebuild their town and within a year Park City had a new City Hall. By the 1920’s Park City was completely rebuilt and many of the buildings were a vast improvement over the wooden structures of the past. Brick and stone buildings replaced the fire gutted structures along Main Street and other sections of town and many of those buildings are still intact today, with over sixty-four buildings included in the National Register of Historic Places.
By the 1930’s, the silver boom that had made Park City such a wealthy community was coming to a close, partly because of the Great Depression.  By the 1950’s, fewer than 200 men worked in the mines and Park City almost became a ghost town, although silver continued to be mined until the 1970’s.
In 1963, Park City experienced a rebirth as the people of Park City began to capitalize on the other treasure in their mountains… snow.  There was another fortune to be made in the recreational activities available around Park City.  The first ski area built was called Treasure Mountain Resort and it is the site of today’s Park City Mountain Resort.  Over the years, two more resorts were added, with Deer Valley and Canyons making Park City one of the few resorts around the country with three world-class ski and snowboarding areas within five-miles of each other.  The area has also become a year-round destination with miles of hiking and biking trails, golf courses, fly fishing, music and art festivals, and is home to the Sundance Film Festival.
The 2002 Olympic Winter Games brought Park City to the attention of the world again and visitors world-wide have come to enjoy the skiing, snowboarding, fine dining, shopping and beauty of this historic and picturesque town.  The old mining town structures have been given new life as studios, shops, museums, restaurants, nightclubs and vacation homes.  Through careful planning and historic preservation, Park City has been able to maintain its small, mining town feel while evolving into a vibrant resort town.

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Living In Park City:

Rocky Mountain Power
PO Box 25308, Salt Lake City, UT 84125
Telephone: 801-237-2293 Toll-free: 1-888-221-7070

Natural Gas
167 West Center Street, Heber City, UT 84032
Telephone: 435-654-3600 or 435-649-0670
Telephone (local service)

P.O. Box 31851, Salt Lake City, UT 84131-0851
Residential Installation: 800-244-1111 Residential Repair: 800-573-1311
Business Installation: 800-603-6000 Business Repair: 800-951-1211

Water System (within City limits)
Park City Municipal Corporation
Public Works Department 1053 Iron Horse Drive, Park City, UT 84060
Water Billing: 435-615-5305 Water Problems: 435-615-5320
After hours, weekends & emergencies: 435-615-5500

Snyderville Basin Sewer Improvement District
2800 Homestead Road, Park City, UT 84098
Business Office: 435-649-7993

Blue Stake

Park City School District - serving Park City, Snyderville, Silver Creek, Jeremy Ranch, Summit Park and adjacent areas.

Park City School District
2700 Kearns Blvd.
Park City, UT 84060

McPolin Elementary School
2270 Kearns Blvd.
Park City, UT 84060

Parley's Park Elementary
1002 Silver Springs Drive
Park City, UT 84060

Trailside Elementary
5700 Trailside Drive
Park City, UT 84098

Ecker Hill Middle School
2465 W Kilby Road
Park City, UT 84098

Treasure Mountain Middle School
2530 Kearns Blvd.
Park City, UT 84060

Park City High School
1750 Kearns Blvd.
Park City, UT 84060

Jeremy Ranch Elementary School
5060 Rasmussen Road
Park City, UT 84060

Park City, Utah incorporated in 1884, operates under a council/manager form of government.

Mayor: Dana Williams 435-615-5010
City Manager: Tom Bakaly 435-615-5180
Park City Municipal Corporation, City Hall
445 Marsac Avenue, Park City, UT 84060 435-615-5000
Administrative offices, building permits, community development, planning department, water billing payments and business licenses.

Juvenile Courts/Summit Probation Office
1910 Prospector Avenue, Park City, UT 84060 435-615-4320

Library and Education Center
1255 Park Avenue, Park City, UT 84060 435-615-5600

Municipal Golf Course Pro Shop
1541 Thaynes Canyon Drive, Park City, UT 84060 435-615-5800
Park City Cemetery (located on Kearns Blvd)
Office: 1200 Little Kate Road, Park City, UT 84060 435-615-5410

Park City Parking Department
1053 Iron Horse Drive, Park City, UT 84060 435-615-PARK

Park City Racquet Club
1200 Little Kate Road, Park City, UT 84060 435-615-5400
Indoor and outdoor tennis courts, swimming pools, jacuzzi, full-sized gymnasium, sauna, racquetball, aerobics, daycare, fitness center and massage.

Park City Transit - Park City's FREE bus system
Public Works Building
1053 Iron Horse Drive, Park City, UT 84060 435-615-5350

Parks Reservations
Office: 1200 Little Kate Road, Park City, UT 84060 435-615-5410

Police, Fire, Ambulance, Emergency Service 911
Park City Police Department
2060 Park Avenue, Park City, UT 84060
Dispatch: (435) 615-5500; Records / Lost & Found: (435) 615-5507; Administration: (435) 615-5505

Public Works
1053 Iron Horse Drive, Park City, UT 84060 435-615-5300

Park City Racquet Club
1200 Little Kate Road, Park City, UT 84060 435-615-5400


Park City Chamber of Commerce/Convention and Visitors Bureau
1910 Prospector Avenue, Park City, UT 84060 435-649-6100 or 800-453-1360

Park City Special Events Dept 435-615-5150

Park City Family Health & Emergency Center
1665 Bonanza Drive, Park City, UT 84060 435-649-7640

Park City Internal Medicine - Pediatrics
1612 West Ute Blvd., Ste 112, Park City, UT 84098 435-655-3309

Park City Medical Center
Hospital - Quinn’s Junction 24/7
900 Round Valley Drive, Park City, UT 84060 435-658-7000

Snow Creek Emergency and Medical Center
1600 Snow Creek Drive, ParkCity, UT 84060 435-655-0055

University Health Care
1743 West Redstone Center Dr., Ste 115, Park City, UT 84098

Planned Parenthood
1670 Bonanza Drive, Park City, UT 84060 435-649-5989

Department of Human Services - Child and Adult Protective Services

Summit County Department of Health
650 Round Valley Drive, Park City, UT 84060 435-333-1500

Food Banks
Our Daily Bread 435-649-8204
St Lukes 435-649-2233
St Mary's 435-649-9676

Animal Control/Animal Shelter

Department of Workforce Services State Agency

Garbage Collection
Allied Waste 435-615-8311

Marriage License
Summit County 435-615-3204

Property Taxes
County Assessor 435-615-3235

Voting Information
County Clerk 435-615-3204

Utah Highway Patrol
Kimball Junction
6699 North Landmark Drive, Suite B103, Park City, UT 84098 435-647-7718

Park City Senior Citizen Bus 435-615-5353 (before 9am)
435-901-3541 cell phone (after 9am)
Park City Senior Citizen Center
1361 Norfolk Avenue, Park City, UT 84060 435-649-7261

KPCW Radio Station
460 Swede Alley, Park City, UT 84060
The Park Record
PO Box 3688, Park City, UT 84060
Park City TV
PO Box 2877, Park City, UT 84060

Park City: 6505 N Landmark Drive (New Summit County Library) 435-615-3940

Coalville: County Courthouse, 50 North Main Street 435-645-9161

You cannot take the Utah Drivers License test in Park City. You must go to one of the locations listed below.
Salt Lake City: 801-965-4437 799 N. Redwood Rd. (1700 W.)
Heber City: 435-657-4225 69 N. 600 W.

1910 Prospector Avenue, Park City, UT 84060
435-649-6100 or 1-800-453-1360

Courtesy of Summit Sothebys Realty
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