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Park City Planning Commission recommends nightly rentals and fractional homes be prohibited in several neighborhoods

PARK CITY, Utah — The Park City Planning Commission unanimously voted to recommend that nightly use and fractional homes be prohibited in several neighborhoods at its meeting on Wednesday, January 11.

This decision came after the Solamere subdivision in the lower Deer Valley neighborhood applied for a code amendment in order to prohibit fractional homes in the area, and the Chatham Crossing and West Ridge subdivisions applied for a code amendment in order to prohibit both fractional homes and nightly rentals.

According to surveys included with each neighborhood’s code amendment application, 81% of property owners in the Chatham Crossing subdivision support this amendment, and 88% of property owners in the West Ridge subdivision support this amendment.

The Solamere subdivision did not include a survey of property owners in support of the code amendment with its application.

These new rules will go before the city council next month for final approval.

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