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Park City Police
Park City Plice The Park City Police Department was established in 1884 and has provided law enforcement services throughout the years and many changes Park City has experienced, from our rich mining past to the world class multi-seasonal resort we are today.

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Park City Fire Department
Park City fire department Providing emergency services and strategic prevention programs designed to protect the lives and property of the residents, guests, visitors, and employees of the communities of Park City, Utah.

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Park City School District
Park City School district Park City is a district known for its high performing students, skilled and dedicated staff, and up-to-date facilities. We aspire to provide each student an education that is as good as it gets anywhere in the nation.

With over 4,500 students, Park City School District's size puts it right in the middle of the other Utah school districts. It is also close to the state average ethnic minority composition. Seventeen percent of its students are ethnic minority - mostly of Hispanic heritage. PCSD does fall below the state average in the number of children coming from low-income families. Enrollment in district schools has remained fairly constant. The district has only increased by 265 students over the past five years.

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Park City Job Center
Park City Job Center Park City Center offers a fashion forward shopping, dining and entertainment experience with more than 170 specialty stores including Abercrombie & Fitch, Ann Taylor Loft, Apple, bebe, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Forever 21, H&M, Hollister Co, and Sephora. Our department stores are The Bon Ton, Boscov's, JCPenney, Kohl's and Sears. Stroll outside and visit The Fountain Shoppes, featuring more of your favorite stores such as: Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Coldwater Creek, J. Jill, White House/Black Market and Williams-Sonoma.

In addition to great shopping, we feature a wide range of dining options like J.B. Dawson's Restaurant & Bar, Longhorn Steakhouse, Olive Garden, Qdoba Mexican Grill, Romano's Macaroni Grill, T.G.I. Friday's and the Food Court with a Children's Play Area.

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KPCW
Park City Radio Station Park City Radio Station

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Utah.gov
Park City UTAH gove The Official Website for the State of Utah. www.utah.gov
Utah Office of Tourism
Park City tourism The Utah Office of Tourism promotes tourism into the state through advertising and media contacts. We are an office within the Governor's Office of Economic Development. Our mission is "to improve the quality of life of Utah citizens through revenue and tax relief, by increasing the quality and quantity of tourism visits and spending."
We operate several programs to assist Utah's tourism industry including marketing and advertising, research and planning, publications, information services, media relations and cooperative programs.


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National Weather Service
Park City weather

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Utah History To Go
Park City history Utah History to Go is your online course for Utah history. Divided into eight chapters of its major themes, from prehistory to Utah today, this site includes articles, exhibits, and historic photographs. A course objective helps outline the information for study. Utah History to Go also offers information about interesting facts and lessons about Utah history, biographies of famous Utahns, and a comprehensive bibliography to help you with your Utah history quest.

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Utah Digital Newspapers
Park City newspaper The Utah Digital Newspapers (UDN) program has been operating at the University of Utah's J. Willard Marriott Library since 2002. UDN is recognized as one of the leaders in newspaper digitization in the United States, especially within the public sector. Our collection holds over 1,000,000 pages of historic Utah newspapers and it grows monthly. Its newspapers can be browsed by issue or searched by keywords, article titles, weddings, deaths, and births.

UDN is built upon a distributed state-wide collection of newspapers that is aggregated into a single, searchable index hosted at the U of U. We partner with Brigham Young University, Utah State University, and Salt Lake Community College to accomplish this, each hosting a portion of the content. This collaboration was, we believe, the first aggregation of newspaper metadata and remains the foundation of our distributed and aggregated statewide collection.

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ParkCity.org
Park City Park City was founded as a silver-mining town in 1869. By 1900, it was a booming mining town with 10,000 residents and 100 saloons.

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Park City Mountain Resort
Park City Mountatin resort Park City Mountain Resort is sister resort to seven spectacular winter destinations for skiing and snowboarding, snowtubing and world class racing events. Visit Mt. Bachelor located in Central Oregon offering some of the best skiing and riding and world class events found in Oregon. Boreal is the closest and easiest resort to access from all parts of Northern California and Reno, Nevada. Soda Springs Winter Resort, located just one exit west of Boreal offers great family fun for the whole family. And if you are in the Las Vegas area, visit sister resort Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort, just one hours drive from the strip. In Vermont, Killington is the largest resort in the Northeast, and Pico offers big mountain skiing with small mountain charm. Finally, visit the newest addition to our POWDR family in Colorado at Copper Mountain.

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Park City Museum
Park City Museum Preserving, protecting and promoting Park City's history & heritage.

Located at 528 Main Street, the Museum is conveniently located across from the Public Transit Center, so catch a free inbound bus to the Transit Center, cross Swede Alley and enter the Museum from Main Street.

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Utah.com/ParkCity
Park City Park City Utah is famous for three world-class ski and summer resorts: Park City Mountain Resort, Deer Valley, and The Canyons. Nearby hip clubs and restaurants and historic Main Street combine with excellent lodging to create the perfect destination, with exciting nightlife.

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Deer Valley Resort
Park City deer vally resort Deer Valley Resort has become known for revolutionizing ski area service. Since opening in 1981, we have been committed to providing a level of care rarely found at a ski resort, delivering classic, consistent and quality service both on and off the mountain. Deer Valley was named the #1 ski resort in North America by readers of SKI Magazine an impressive three years in a row - in 2008, 2009 and again in 2010.

Our commitment to providing distinctive and exceptional customer service does not end when we close for the ski season. Deer Valley Resort offers a multitude of activities during the summer including lift-served hiking, biking and scenic rides, Utah Symphony & Opera Deer Valley Music Festival performances, the St. Regis Big Stars Bright Nights Concert Series, free Locals Summer Concert Series, national and local mountain bike races and lunch served on our scenic outdoor deck at Royal Street Cafe.

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The Canyons Resort
Park City The Canyons Resort Canyons is located in Park City, Utah. Located just 4 miles from historic Main Street, Canyons is the closest Park City ski resort to the Salt Lake City International airport yet close enough to enjoy all the nightlife, dining and shopping that the town of Park City has to offer. Over 100 bars and restaurants are just minutes away as well as all the other activities you should expect from a world class four season resort town. The century-old mining town of Park City will capture you-as it did the rest of the world during the 2002 Winter Olympic Games.

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Sundance Resort
Park City Sundance Resort Years of experimentation and refinement have ultimately resulted in what we now call Sundance. The Sundance Institute, the spectacular skiing, the stunning natural scenery, and the tasteful excellence of the accommodations combine to make Sundance dynamically unique. Sundance's ability to blend process and place that puts it in uncharted waters on a steady course of its own.

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Brighton Resort
Park City Brighton Resort In 1943, during WWII, Zane Doyle bought a T-bar. More lifts were added, and later in partnership with his father-in-law, Doyle consolidated all of the lifts, equipment and base facilities under single ownership. Until that time, pieces were owned separately by different groups and individuals. And so Doyle became the father of Brighton.

In 1987, Boyne USA, a family owned corporation established in 1947 by Everett Kircher, purchased the resort. Everett's son John continues to guide the resort. And the Doyle family continues to manage Brighton.

In 2007, Brighton is bought by CNL Income Properties Inc, a real estate investment trust in Orlando, Florida, and it agrees that John Kircher / Boyne USA will continue to operate the resort under a long term lease.

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MountainTrails.org
Park City Mountain Trails Mountain Trails Foundation is a non-profit organization that is Park City's trails advocate. We are dedicated to promoting and maintaining local trails for non-motorized, recreational use. In addition, we hold a series of yearly events including trail running, mountain biking and x-country skiing as well as volunteer trail care days. The long-term goal of the Mountain Trails Foundation is to provide the greater Park City community and its visitors with diverse recreational opportunities utilizing our seamless, year round trail system.

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Park City Curling Club
We are a fun, friendly, family oriented curling club that welcomes players of all skill levels. Started in 2006, we are doing our best to develop curling into a permanent, year-round sport accessible to everyone in the Utah area and beyond. Whether through practice, pickup games, subbing for our league play or joining our league. We are open to all who have a desire to try the sport. Contact us to learn more about this awesome sport, and the benefits of becoming a member of the Park City Curling Club.

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Basin Park/Trails Recreation
Park City trails The District is committed to providing quality parks and recreation experiences ad opportunities for residents within the Snyderville Basin. We hope you will take the time to explore our website and discover all that we have to offer families, children and adults for fitness, fun and outdoor experiences.

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ParkCityGreen.org
Park City Park City Municipal Corporation and The Park City Foundation created and sustain ParkCityGreen.org as a community resource for environmental information. This project was made possible by a grant from The John S. and James L. Knight foundation.

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Park City Library
Park City library The Park City Library, for many the heart of Park City, is the result of many, many years of community effort. Back in September 1888 the Park Record reported, "Miss Lizzie Barbee has been appointed librarian for the Ladies Library Association library." Park City had a library before Utah had statehood! In February 1889 the Park Record listed the 82 new books the library had received. The paper reported that the books had "cost the ladies upwards of $75", bringing the total number of books in the Library to 327. This first library was created in a room in the basement of the Congregational Church and was open to all who wanted to use it. When the City opened its own library the books and furnishings were donated to it. The Congregational Church, which became the Park City Community Church in 1919, was located at 402 Park Avenue. The church building, now a private residence, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Sundance Institute
Park City sundance institute Since 1981, Sundance Institute has evolved to become an internationally-recognized nonprofit organization that actively advances the work of risk-taking storytellers worldwide. Originally founded by Robert Redford in the mountains of Sundance, Utah, Sundance Institute has always provided a space for independent artists to explore their stories free from commercial and political pressures. By providing year-round creative and financial support for the development of original stories for the screen and stage, Sundance Institute remains committed to its mission to discover and develop independent artists and audiences across the globe.

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Utah.Travel
Park City travel Elevate your Adventurous Spirit in Utah Home to five national parks, 43 state parks, seven national monuments, two national recreation areas, impossible landscapes, and unparalleled outdoor recreation opportunities, Utah features the best of both the Rocky Mountains and the Desert Southwest. Whether mountain biking, fly fishing, springtime skiing, rock climbing, bird watching, or golf, Utah has it all. Come see why Utah is Life Elevated´┐Ż!

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Summit County Utah
Park City summit The Summit County Council envisions Summit County, Utah as a national leader in stewardship, effectiveness, and constituent service. We encourage innovation, creativity, and a "can-do" positive attitude of teamwork to make Summit County an example of outstanding local government. We recognize that Summit County is both economically and culturally diverse and we aspire to move forward with unity of vision and purpose.

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