The Swaner Preserve and Eco Center are very excited to be showing Project Wild Thing in partnership with the Park City Film Series and Park City Municipal Corp.! The film highlights the difficulties of getting children outside while competing with the pulls of technology.Join them after the film screening for a panel discussion of experts on environmental education, and the therapeutic benefits of time spent in nature.Thursday, October 1st | 7:00 p.m. | Cost: FREELocation: Jim Santy Auditorium – 1255 Park Avenue, Park City, Utah
FREE Summit County Collection Day For Household Hazardous Waste
Saturday, October 10, 2015
9 AM TO NOON – FOR RESIDENTS
Canyons Parking Lot Right off SR-224
The Summit County Health Department is now accepting applications for the Restaurant Dog Variance Permits. This permit, if approved by the Health Department, will permit restaurants to allow dogs on their outdoor patios. The permit fee is $300 per year.
Establishments are encouraged to look over the permit requirements before submitting their application. The application is available by clicking here.
Please email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions please contact Rebecka Hullinger at 435-333-1541.
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) has announced the release of the Walking School Bus app and program. A Walking School Bus is a safe, healthy and fun way to help encourage students to walk and bike to school.