Proposed parking garage aims to replace Cabriolet lot at Canyons Village

The proposed garage could provide three levels of covered parking, electric vehicle charging stations and a public gathering area

PARK CITY, Utah — A proposed multi-level paid parking garage could replace the Cabriolet parking lot in Canyons Village.

The parking garage, proposed by TCFC, would sit at the southeast corner of Lower Village Road and the Frostwood Drive/Canyons Resort Drive roundabout, replacing surface parking throughout Canyons Village.

“As designed, the garage consolidates and replaces existing parking within Canyons Village and results in approximately the same number of spaces currently available, creating a single, convenient, covered arrival facility with multiple entrances to expedite the morning arrival experience and get guests on snow faster,” states the project website.

The project would be completed in three phases. The parking garage would be built in the first phase, a public gathering space would be constructed in the second, and the public gathering space could be expanded and commercial opportunities added in the third phase.

Pending approvals and permitting from Summit County, TCFC has estimated that the construction of the first phases of the parking garage project would take place in 2024 and 2025, with the parking garage and pedestrian plaza ideally being completed in time for the 2025-26 ski season. The timing of the third phase of construction has not yet been determined.

A virtual informational open house on the project will be held on Nov. 20 at 6 p.m. Attendees can register for the webinar here and submit questions about the Canyons Village parking garage before the open house here.


You May Also Like
TownLift Is Brought To You In Part By These Presenting Partners.

Add Your Organization