Public Hearing Tomorrow for Kimball Junction Development
SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah. — On Wednesday at 6:00 p.m., the Summit County Council will hold a public hearing about proposed amendments to the Summit Research Park Development concerning land use. The project, also known by the name of the real estate investor and development firm ‘Dakota Pacific,’ involves land in Kimball Junction near Walmart and Skullcandy.
Tomorrow’s hearing concerns land use amendments that, according to a Summit County staff report, would “allow a variety of residential uses, retail and restaurants, a hotel, and office uses,” as well as open space gathering areas and parking.
The live council meeting is open to the public on the Summit County Facebook page or via Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/772302472. The council meeting’s agenda can also be viewed here.
According to Summit County’s website, the Research Park was originally approved in 2008. Since then, the Park City Visitor Center and offices, the Skullcandy headquarters, a transit center, and affordable housing units have been built. Plans for further development by Dakota Pacific were recently voted down in Sept. by the Snyderville Planning Commission.
For residents looking to stay informed about this development, sign up for updates here and select ‘Summit Research Park’ under the section labeled ‘News Flash.’
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