PARK CITY, Utah. — Park City Municipal Corporation is looking to fill three open seats on its planning commission.
The current chair of the Park City Planning Commission, John Phillips, announced during the commission’s bi-monthly meeting on Dec. 16 that he is stepping down for personal reasons.
“I’ll probably wait until there’s a replacement,” Phillips said in the meeting. “I’ll stay on at the direction of the mayor and city council. As long as they want me to stay, I’ll be happy to do so.”
Two other vacancies are occurring because Sarah Hall’s and Mark Sletton’s terms ended in July. According to the Park City Government website, “The Mayor may request that Commissioners remain on the board until replaced. All the members with expiring terms have agreed to remain until replaced or request re-appointment.”
The commission is an advisory group comprised of Park City residents who deliver their perspectives on things like annexation requests, subdivisions, record of survey plats and plat amendments, master planned developments, conditional use permits, and more. Applications are available on Park City Municipal’s website.
Those who are considering applying should note that the commission meets at 5:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month and that commissioners are required to complete three to four hours of training annually.
Applicants can email materials to firstname.lastname@example.org and the planning department recommends sending a Dropbox link for files larger than 8 MB.
For more information, call 435-615-5060 or email email@example.com.