Park City Council to hold public hearing Thursday on the future of the Park Silly Sunday Market

PARK CITY, Utah — The Park City Council will hold a public hearing and consider a one-year extension of the Park Silly Sunday Market’s City Service Agreement at its meeting on Thursday, January 5.

The Park Silly Sunday Market is a non-profit, open-air market that first opened to customers and vendors in 2006. The City Service Agreement between Park City and the market expired on September 30, 2022, and at its meeting tomorrow the City Council will consider a new contract for the market to continue in 2023.

According to a city council staff report, the Park Silly Sunday Market is currently proposing a one-year contract extension that would have the market run for 11 Sundays throughout the summer, a reduction of 3 days compared to the 2022 season.

Within the new proposal the market would also only utilize lower Main Street and would no longer utilize part of 5th Street like in years past.

Because the Park Silly Sunday Market is only requesting a one-year extension to its City Service Agreement, it is anticipated that the market will return to the Park City Council in the spring for a separate Work Session regarding a future market for 2024 and beyond.

The regular meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the Marsac Municipal Building, City Council Chambers, at 445 Marsac Avenue, in Park City. Virtual attendance options will also be available.

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