Canyons Village garage gets stamp of approval from Snyderville Basin Planning Commission

SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah — The proposed Canyons Village garage received a unanimous vote of recommendation from the Snyderville Basin Planning Commission at its meeting on Tuesday, March 26, and now moves to Summit County’s community development director for approval.

The new five-story parking garage would be located at the southeast corner of Lower Village Road and the Frostwood Drive/Canyons Resort Drive roundabout, and would replace the existing Cabriolet parking lot.

If approved, construction would take place in three phases, according to the project website. Construction of the first and second phases would span 2024 and 2025, with the goal of completing the parking garage and pedestrian plaza in time for the 2025-26 ski season. The timing of the third phase has yet to be determined.

The new garage will be used to consolidate parking for the entire Canyons Village area, meaning that the upper lots of the Cabriolet Lot will eventually be redeveloped.

According to developers TCFC Finance, the master developer of Canyons Village, the new parking garage would consolidate and replace surface parking throughout the village, enhance accessibility and connectivity, and create new and vibrant community spaces.

Following the commission’s recommendation, Patrick Putt, community development director for Summit County, now has the final say on whether or not the project will move forward.

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