© 2022 KPCW

Spencer F. Eccles Broadcast Center
PO Box 1372 | 460 Swede Alley
Park City | UT | 84060
Office: (435) 649-9004 | Studio: (435) 655-8255

Music & Artist Inquiries: music@kpcw.org
News Tips & Press Releases: news@kpcw.org
Volunteer Opportunities
General Inquiries: info@kpcw.org
Listen Like a Local Park City & Heber City Summit & Wasatch counties, Utah
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
Available On Air Stations
Park City

Park City Deputy Manager David Everitt to leave city hall

David Everitt
Park City Municipal
David Everitt has served as Park City Deputy Manager since March 2020.

Everitt's last day will be April 14th.

David Everitt joined Park City as Deputy City Manager in the spring of 2020, just as COVID-19 swept in and shuttered businesses across the country. After two years working in Park City, his last day will be April 14th.

Everitt says he can’t share too many details at the moment, but he will now be pursuing different opportunities in Utah’s private sector. He says as it stands now, his time in government is over.

“Well, you never say never," he says. "But it’s certainly, from a career path, not where I’m headed.”

Before coming to Park City, Everitt was a consultant for the city on the arts and culture district project, and before that, served as city manager in Moab and as Chief of Staff in former Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker’s administration.

Everitt oversaw city efforts on community development, housing, and economic development. He was also the point person at city hall for the arts and culture district and Gordo soil repository projects, both of which have not moved forward since mid-2021 after pushback from the community over budget and environmental concerns.

Everitt did not elaborate further on his departure, but called the last two years an “unprecedented time to be in local government.”

Park City is currently looking for candidates to replace Everitt. According to the job posting, the application period will remain open until the job is filled.