Town & County

Traffic mitigation and environmental strategies at center of Bonanza Park review

The upcoming public hearing will be held June 12

PARK CITY, Utah — The Park City Planning Commission is scheduled to hold a public hearing on June 12 to review and discuss the Bonanza Park Small Area Plan, which aims to guide the future redevelopment of the Bonanza Park neighborhood, a 200-acre area in the city’s core. Key elements of the plan include mixed-use development, improved mobility, and enhanced community benefits.

The commission will consider the updated draft, which incorporates input from a previous meeting held on May 22, 2024, and deliberate on recommendations for the City Council’s consideration on June 27, 2024.

Planning Director Rebecca Ward summarized the main updates in the draft plan. “We have incorporated the Planning Commission’s input to address development setbacks, height limits, and undergrounding utilities,” Ward explained.

The Mobility Component of the plan, proposes traffic mitigation measures and improved transit options. The plan recommends installing new traffic signals, enhancing public transit routes, and implementing traffic calming measures to ensure efficient and safe transportation within the area.

Community members are encouraged to attend the hearing and express their views. Concerns about traffic and environmental impacts have been central to the discussions. Following the public hearing, the Commission will finalize its recommendations and forward them to the City Council for a final decision on adopting the plan later this month.

For more details on the Bonanza Park Small Area Plan, visit the Bonanza Park planning website.

Key Bonanza Park recommendations.
Key Bonanza Park recommendations. Photo: Park City Planning Commission

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