Wednesday, July 27, 2022


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

Wednesday, July 27, 2022, 

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 3:30 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


1:10 PM Work Session

  1. Interview applicant for vacancy on the Summit County RAP Tax Cultural Committee (15 min)    Interview Schedule

1:25 PM – Move to conference room (5 min)

1:30 PM Closed Session – Litigation (20 min); Security (30 min); Property acquisition (15 min); Personnel (45 min)

3:20 PM - Move to auditorium (10 min)

3:30 PM Work Session, Continued

  1. Pledge of Allegiance (5 min)
  2. 3:35 PM - Discussion regarding 2022 Summit County Fair events; Tyler Orgill (15 min)    Presentation
  3. 3:50 PM - Discussion and direction to staff regarding County electric vehicle chargers usage fee structure; Emily Quinton and Zack Darby (20 min)    Staff Report

4:10 PM Consideration of Approval

  1. Appoint a member to serve on the Summit County RAP Tax Cultural Committee (5 min)     Appointment
  2. 4:15 PM - Discussion and possible approval of members to serve on the County Manager Selection Committee; David Warnock (10 min)
  3. 4:25 PM - Discussion and possible adoption of Resolution 2022-15, a Resolution adopting the Emergency Operations Plan; Kathryn McMullin (5 min)    Resolution 2022-15
  4. 4:30 PM - Discussion and possible approval of amendments to Summit County Employee Chart of Positions for the Health Department and Communication and Public Engagement Department; Phil Bondurant, Derek Siddoway, and David Warnock (20 min)   Health Department Staff Report     Communications Staff Report     Chart of Positions
  5. 4:50 PM - Discussion and possible approval of a Commercial Real Estate Purchase Contract between Summit County and High Valley Transit for $2,983,500; Kim Carson and Caroline Rodriguez (10 min)      Commercial REPC
  6. 5:00 PM - Discussion and possible approval of an Infrastructure Agreement between Summit County and High Valley Transit; Kim Carson and Caroline Rodriguez (10 min)     Infrastructure Agreement
  7. 5:10 PM - Consideration and consent for the County Manager to enter into a Real Estate Purchase Agreement related to Summit County Parcels No.s SS-56-A and SS-64-A, approximately 204.40 acres; Helen Strachan (20 min)     Commercial REPC
  8. 5:30 PM - County Council Minutes dated May 11, 2022, June 8, 2022, June 22, 2022, June 28, 2022, June 29, 2022, and July 6, 2022 (5 min)
  9. 5:35 PM - Council comments (15 min)
  10. 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, July 27th.  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 Hearings (3)

Public hearing and possible approval of an Ordinance No. 834-K, an Ordinance Amending Ordinance 834 County-Wide Fee Schedule for Summit County and public hearing and possible approval of Ordinance 945, an Ordinance Establishing a Public Land Corner Preservation Fund to Pay Expenses Incurred and Authorized for the Establishment, Reestablishment, and Maintenance of Corner of Government Surveys; Rhonda Francis and Greg Wolbach    Staff Report

Public hearing and possible approved of Ordinance No. 947, an Ordinance Amending the Eastern Summit County Development Code Sections 11-2-3: Water and Sewage and 11-6-8: Infrastructure Standards; Jennifer Strader    Staff Report

Public hearing and possible approval of Ordinance No. 946, an Ordinance Amending the Snyderville Basin Development Code Section 10-2-4.E: Rural Residential (RR) Zone: Setbacks.  This amendment is to insert setback language relating to front setbacks when the property line extends into the right-of-way; Ray Milliner, County Planner    Staff Report


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