PCSD seeks input on the future of Treasure Mountain Junior High building

PARK CITY, Utah — The Treasure Mountain Junior High School building is set to be decommissioned, and the Park City School District is seeking out public input on what to do with the space next.

A survey released earlier this week by the school district asks participants to choose which of several options they prefer for the site’s future. Options include demolishing the building to make way for internal routing or athletic fields, partial demolition to build a fieldhouse, or repurposement for workforce housing, community use, or education offices.

According to the district’s Master Site Plan, eighth grade students will be relocated to Ecker Hill Middle School, and ninth grade students will be relocated to the high schools.

The survey can be found here.

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