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Posted on: November 10, 2020

Summit County Offices Maintain Workplace Modifications Until Further Notice

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JANUARY 11, 2021 UPDATE: Recorder's Office has updated hours.

DECEMBER 1, 2020 UPDATE: At this time all Summit County offices and departments will maintain office modifications until further notice. 


(November 10, 2020) SUMMIT COUNTY, UT - In response to Governor Herbert’s 
Declaration of a State of Emergency in Utah  on Nov. 8, 2020, Summit County elected offices and departments have made additional modifications to their daily operations to ensure the safety of all Summit County employees and residents.

“Our number one concern is the safety of our team members and the people we serve,” County Manager Tom Fisher said. “We will do our part to slow the spread of the virus while continuing to provide services to our residents. We ask for the community’s patience during this time and are committed to maintaining the same level of service in or out of the office.”

To see additional modifications being made by our County offices and departments, scroll down for specific details:

Administration All employees working from home and can be contacted through email and office phone numbers.

Assessor At this time the Assessor’s Office will be open by appointment only. To view a directory of employees visit: 


Civil Division: All attorneys and paralegals will be working remotely and will be available via phone and email. Physical staffing of the Coalville County Attorney’s office is on an as-needed basis.


Criminal Division: Criminal court proceedings are by video and done by remote appearances. One Prosecutor per week is “on call” to answer calls from the public and lawyers during business hours and law enforcement 24/7. Paralegals are working at home. Investigator working remotely and ready for call outs. The office will be staffed on an as-needed basis only.


Victim Advocates: Both victim advocates are working remotely unless needed for call-outs or a specific court proceeding.


Children’s Justice Center: The Children’s Justice Center (CJC) is fully operational, sanitized and providing services to children and families and our MDT. However, the Director will be working from his home in Wasatch County unless there is an interview scheduled at CJC.


Animal Control Animal Control is open 10:30 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Friday. Anyone needing assistance over the weekend is asked to call Summit County Dispatch at 435-615-3601 to be connected with an on-call officer. 

Auditor The Auditor’s Office will be open by appointment only on Tuesdays and Thursdays. To make an appointment, please contact us via the preferred method of email at either of the following addresses:

Jared Brooks: 
 Michael Howard:  

BOE documents may be submitted via email in PDF format or alternatively by regular mail which will be checked on Tuesday and Thursday of each week. BOE questions/comments should also be submitted via email. While every effort will be made to respond to telephone messages in a timely fashion, the best way to contact us is via email.  

Community Development (Building and Planning) Our operating hours are 8:00am - 5:00pm.

During these hours our offices will not be open to the public, however, we continue to be available at our main number of 435-336-3124. The public may also reach out to if email is preferable.

We continue to use our E360 Building Permit Program for all building permit submittals. Inspections will be scheduled through this program and on site inspections will continue with our inspectors.

We are accepting Planning Applications via email to The applications and requirements are listed on the Planning portion of the website.

All Community Development Staff will be available via phone or email.

We are not doing any in person meetings, however, will work with the public via telephone, conference calls, or virtual meetings.

Planning Commission Meetings will continue to be held via Zoom on their regularly scheduled dates.

Clerk The Clerk’s Office is open every day from 8:00 am - 4:30 pm. Someone is in the office for appointments on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Staff is working from home on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Marriage licenses are by appointment only. Passport services are still suspended.

Economic Development The Economic Development and Housing Office at the County Courthouse is “closed” but services are offered remotely. The Economic Development and Housing Director can be reached by email at or over the phone: 208-608-2472 (mobile) 435-336-3221 (office) All calls to the office will be forwarded to the Director’s cell phone. 

Engineering All employees have been relocated to work from home. We will come into the County Courthouse to sign plats (by appointment) and pick up the mail once a week. Inspectors will continue to do inspections as regularly scheduled.

Facilities Facilities is open 8:00 am to 4:00 pm weekdays. We are not taking reservations for conference rooms or Ledges Event Center at this time.

Finance The Finance Dept will be open by appointment only and with the appropriate staff member(s). We encourage comments, questions or concerns to be emailed to the proper staff member. Jokes or funny stories may be shared with the entire department. Please note the following staff directory:

Matt Leavitt – Financial Officer, ; (435) 336-3017

Robin Judd – Accounts Payable, ;  (435) 336-3115

Rebecca Eldredge – Payroll, ; (435) 336-3255

Nella Poquette – Accounts Receivable, ; (435) 336-3016

Clay Coleman – Purchasing & Risk Management, ; (435) 336-3994


Health Department Services are limited. Appointments required for immunizations. Please call ahead for availability. (435) 333-1500

History Summit County History Museum has been closed until further notice.

Personnel Summit County Personnel will have one person in office Monday –Thursday, but all employees are available by telephone five days a week. Fridays we may be in office as necessary.

Justice Court is still open and operational. The court has implemented our work from home schedule effective today, November 10, 2020. We will have one clerk in the office Monday thru Thursday, with in-office hours from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. The office will not be staffed on Fridays, but all staff will be working from home on Fridays. Any further questions can be directed to the Court by calling 435-615-3802 or emailing

Information Technology We are open, but employees are working remotely. If the public has requests for maps that cannot be found online we ask that they call GIS first before coming to the office. To speak to a live person, call 435-336-3143.



Curbside hold delivery service is available at all Summit County Library locations. Service for the Henefer Book Locker is also available. Bookmobile service is suspended until Tuesday, January 19th. Library facilities continue to be closed to the public until further notice.

Curbside pickup hours at Kimball Junction, Kamas, and Coalville are Monday-Friday, 10 am-6 pm and *Kimball Junction only on Saturday, 10 am-2 pm.


How to Place and Pick Up Your Holds

  1. Place your hold in our online catalog using your library card number and PIN. If you require assistance, please call your branch location directly.
  2. Receive a notification confirming your hold is ready for pick up. Please wait until this notification is received before coming to the library.
  3. Arrive at the library – please follow any signage posted.
  4. Park in the designated Curbside Hold Delivery stalls and call the number listed on the sign. Your identification will be verified over the phone.
  5. Please wait in your vehicle while we bring your items to you.


Items will be checked out for the standard two weeks and may be renewed unless the item is on hold for another patron. We have increased the hold/checkout limit to 20 items per card.


Please return materials to our outdoor book returns; our staff is unable to accept items directly. We will check in materials using sanitation guidance from the Summit County Health Department. Please note that items will appear on your account for up to one week after being returned to allow our staff time to properly process all materials. As always, no late fines will accrue for overdue items.


For more updates and information, join our social media channels on Twitter (@SummitCountyLib)Facebook (@SummitCountyLibrary), and Instagram (@summitcountylibraryut) You can also subscribe to our monthly newsletter via the home page. The Library has organized comprehensive lists of free resources and information available with a library card and without. We encourage you to explore these lists at


Our digital library is open 24/7 and provides access to ebooks, audiobooks, movies, TV shows, language learning, art and craft classes, newspapers, magazines, and research and learning databases. If you haven’t already, we encourage you to explore them here.


If you need a library card, you can register online. A librarian will be in touch with your card number and PIN. If you already have a library card, your PIN is often the last 4 digits of your library card number.


Motor Vehicles Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the DMV is open by appointment only in Park City. We are also providing remote services using a Drop Box in Kamas and Coalville.

    • Phone: 435-336-3940
    • Email:
    • Drop box locations:
      • Park City: outside DMV office at Richins Bldg., 1885 W. Ute Blvd.
      • Kamas: near Senior Center entrance at Kamas Services Bldg., 110 N. Main St.
      • Coalville: south entrance near ADA ramp, 60 N. Main St.

Mountain Regional Water Our office is currently open Monday - Thursday from 8:30 - 5:00, and we are available remotely on Fridays during the same hours. More details can be found at:

NSFD Access to the fire stations is limited to emergency responders only. In an effort to limit the risk of exposure to first responders we will not be conducting any station tours or public meetings at this time. The station closure will remain in place until the emergency declaration has been lifted.

PCFD “The Park City Fire District is committed to doing our part during the COVID-19 crisis. Our community and visitors should know that Park City Fire takes every precaution to prevent the spread of this and all viruses. We disinfect all equipment and apparatus after every call, and our firefighters/paramedics wear necessary personal protective equipment to insure your safety as well as theirs. If you need us, whatever the situation, we will be there to meet your emergency needs while taking all safety precautions.” -Paul Hewitt, Fire Chief

During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Park City Fire District is doing all we can to keep employees and the community safe. All Park City Fire District buildings are closed to the public; this includes fire stations and administrative offices. We will not be hosting station tours or providing any public education events.

As usual, we will respond to all 9-1-1 calls and provide professional emergency services. 

The Fire Prevention Bureau will be accessible by phone at 435-940-2532, Monday – Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Project inspections may be scheduled as inspectors are available.

Drawings and/or plans can be submitted through our website

All meetings will be done over the phone, via email, or web-conference.

Please direct any questions to Fire Marshall Mike Owens at or call 435.940.2520.

Public Works The Public Works front office will be open by appointment only. Public Works road crews will respond to critical needs such as snow plowing, potholes, and stop sign repair. Call 435-336-3970 for more information.

 The County landfills will have normal hours: 

Henefer Landfill
8:00 am - 4:00 pm a.m. to 4 p.m.
 Monday through Saturday

Three Mile Canyon Landfill
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
 Monday through Saturday

Recorder/Surveyor The Recorder's Office is now working in person M-F from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm. After the lunch break all staff will be working from home through 5:00 pm. Anyone needing to record a document or meet with staff for other reasons needs to make an appointment first. Please email, visit us online or call one of our staff members, listed below, for more information

Rhonda 435-336-3244
Julie 435-336-3261
Charlotte 435-336-3284
Jennifer 435-336-3264
Dallin 435-336-3260
Alex 435-336-3285
Becky 435-336-3052


Senior Citizen Centers The Senior Citizen Centers remain closed until further notice. We will still be providing curbside "to-go" boxed lunches for our seniors in:

South Summit: Mondays and Thursdays from 12:00-12:30pm for reserved lunches

Park City: Mondays and Thursdays from 1:00-1:30pm for reserved lunches

North Summit: Wednesdays and Fridays from 12:00-12:30pm for reserved lunches

Sheriff The Sheriff’s Office does have a person in the front office assisting with walk-ins from 8:00 - 5:00, but we are encouraging all members of the public looking for police reports to email our records assistant directly - Adrianne Steed Thank you.

Sustainability The Sustainability Office is staffed from 8:30 - 5:00 each day. Our office is not open to the public at this time. Anyone looking to speak with the Sustainability Manager is invited to call 801-209-8757.

Transportation Our current hours of operation are 9-5. To contact the Transportation Department please email Caroline Rodriguez at  

Treasurer Staff is providing property tax services remotely, using phone, email, and drop boxes.

    • Phone: 435-336-3038
    • Email:
    • Drop box locations
      • Park City: outside DMV office at Richins Bldg., 1885 W. Ute Blvd.
      • Kamas: near Senior Center entrance at Kamas Services Bldg., 110 N. Main St.
      • Coalville: south entrance near ADA ramp, 60 N. Main St.

USU Extension Office The Extension Office will be open by appointment only, and will primarily work remotely.  We will still respond to both emails and calls. You can reach us via phone or email and can find our contact info here:

Check our calendar ( to learn more about our upcoming web-based resources and events. You can also find additional content and updates on Facebook and Instagram at USU Extension Summit County.


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