Notice is hereby given that the

Snyderville Basin Planning Commission

will meet in regular session

Tuesday, January 22, 2019


Location: Sheldon Richins Building (Library), 1885 West Ute Boulevard, Park City, UT 84098



Agenda items may or may not be discussed in the order listed.


Site Visit-Park City Nursery -4459 S.R. 224, Park City, UT


Work Session

1. Discussion regarding a request to convert the existing structure (commonly known as the Pace-Archibald Store or General Store) into a coffee shop through the Preservation of Historically Significant Structures provision of the Snyderville Basin Development Code. As part of the proposal, the applicant is requesting to improve an existing shed into a restroom; 4459 S.R. 224; Parcel PP-108-111; Grady Kohler, applicant. – Amir Caus, County Planner   CLICK HERE FOR STAFF REPORT

2. Discussion regarding an amendment to the Kimball Junction Neighborhood Planning Area Plan contained in the Snyderville Basin General Plan– Patrick Putt, Community Development Director  CLICK HERE FOR STAFF REPORT

Regular Session

1. Public input for items not on the agenda or pending applications.

2. Public hearing and possible action regarding possible amendments to 10-4-21: Lighting Regulations of the Snyderville Basin Development Code. – Ray Milliner, Principal Planner CLICK HERE FOR STAFF REPORT

DRC Updates

Commission Comments

Director Items


A majority of Snyderville Basin Planning Commission members may meet socially after the meeting. If so, the location will be announced by the Chair or Vice-Chair. County business will not be conducted.

To view staff reports available after Friday, January 18, 2019 please visit:


Individuals needing special accommodations pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act regarding this meeting may contact Melissa Hardy, Summit County Community Development Department, at (435) 615-3157.


Posted:        January 18, 2019                                                                                                                                

Published:   January 19, 2019 - Park Record