Wednesday, April 12, 2023


NOTICE is hereby given that the Summit County Council will meet in session, on 

Wednesday, April 12, 2023, electronically, via Zoom, and at the anchor location of the Richins Building,

1885 W. Ute Blvd., Park City, UT 84098

 (All times listed are general in nature, and are subject to change by the Council Chair)


To view Council meeting, live, visit the “Summit County, Utah” Facebook page at 2:40 p.m.


To participate in Council meeting: Join Zoom webinar:


To listen by phone only: Dial 1-301-715-8592, Webinar ID: 772 302 472

11:50 AM Work Session

  1. Interview applicants for vacancies on the Snyderville Basin Planning Commission (70 min)   Interview Schedule

1:00 PM – Move to conference room (10 min)


1:10 PM Closed Session – Personnel (15 min); Litigation (20 min); Security (15 min); Property acquisition (30 min 

2:30 PM – Move to auditorium (10 min)

2:40 PM Work Session, Continued 

  1. Pledge of Allegiance (5 min)
  2. 2:45 PM - Update of Snyderville Basin Special Recreation District’s strategic planning efforts; Dana Jones (30 min)   Presentation

3:15 PM Convene as the Governing Board of Park City Fire Special Service District

  1. Discussion and possible approval of amendments to the Personnel Policies; Bob Zanetti and Patti Berry (10 min)   Staff Report

Dismiss as the Governing Board of the Park City Fire Special Service District

3:25 PM Convene as the Board of Equalization

  1. Discussion and possible approval of the final hearing officer decisions on stipulations; Stephanie Poll (10 min)    List of Decisions
  2. 3:35 PM - Discussion and possible approval of Applications for Exemption of 501(c)3 organizations; Cindy Keyes, Stephanie Poll, and Helen Strachan (45 min)    Staff Report

Dismiss as the Board of Equalization

4:20 PM Consideration of Approval

  1. Discussion and possible action regarding a property tax abatement request for Parcel VKCS-7, Kathryne Clark; Corrie Forsling and Stephanie Poll (15 min)    Staff Report
  2. 4:35 PM - Discussion and possible adoption of Ordinance No. 961, Amending the Snyderville Basin Zone Map to Rezone Parcels PP-52-1-X (71.93 acres) and PP-52-1 (1.00 acres) From “Hillside Stewardship (HS)” Zone to the “Rural Residential (RR)” Zone; Amir Caus (10 min)    Ordinance No. 961
  3. 4:45 PM - Discussion and receive Council direction on the Old Ranch Road project; Mike Kendell (30 min)    Staff Report
  4. 5:15 PM - Advice and consent of County Manager’s recommendation to appoint members to the Summit County Library Board of Directors (5 min)     Appointments
  5. 5:20 PM - Public comment may be taken regarding the proposed appointment, and possible adoption of Resolution 2023-05, a Resolution Appointing a Member to Serve on the Timberline Special Service District (5 min)    Resolution 2023-05
  6. 5:25 PM - Appoint members to serve on the Snyderville Basin Planning Commission (5 min)    Appointments
  7. 5:30 PM - Council Minutes dated November 22, 2022, January 4, 2023, January 11, 2023, and March 3, 2023 (5 min)
  8. 5:35 PM - Council comments (15 min)
  9. 5:50 PM - Manager comments (10 min)

6:00 PM Public Input

Public comment is for any matter not on the Agenda and not the subject of a pending land use application.  If you would like to submit comments to Council, please email by 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 12th.  If you wish to interact with Council at 6:00 p.m., for public input, please follow the “Public Comment Instructions”.

6:00 PM Public Hearing

Continued public hearing and possible approval of Ordinance No. 959, an Ordinance Adopting a Summit County Transportation Impact Fee Facilities Plan; Brandon Brady and Helen Strachan       Staff Report and Ordinance No. 959


Members of the County Council, presenters, and members of public, may attend by electronic means, using Zoom (phone or video).  Such members may fully participate in the proceedings as if physically present. The anchor location for purposes of the electronic meeting is the Richins Building 1885 W. Ute Blvd., Park City, UT 84098.  Individuals with questions, comments, or needing special accommodations pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act regarding this meeting may contact Annette Singleton at (435) 336-3025