Public Service Announcements

KPCW helps to connect our community through free public service announcements for non-profit organizations working and based in the Wasatch Back

Public Service Announcements are announcements about the programs and activities of non-profit organizations only in KPCW’s broadcast area of Summit and Wasatch counties.
Click on the Public Service Announcement  title below for full details.

View all of  current events here

To see events run by non-profits, look at our Community Calendar here


To submit a PSA for an EVENT/Community Calendar, click here.

  • Concerts, Workshops, Seminars and Weekly Meetings are Events.

To submit a PSA on a PROGRAM, click here.

  • Volunteer Recruiting, Sign-up/Registrations Periods, Long-running Programs, Safety Announcements, fall under Programs.


All PSAs & Community Calendar Events will be available on our website, and read by our on-air volunteer DJs and show hosts, for up to two weeks.  Each non-profit organization can have up to three PSAs total (Events and Programs) announced at one time. Non-profits can purchase additional spots from our Underwriting Department. Please allow one business day for your PSA to be approved to air. KPCW reserves the right to edit content for reading ease, length, appropriateness or FCC rules.

To edit your PSA or have it removed contact Ethel Preston at

View all of  our events here

The Cardboard Boat Race at the PC MARC is an end-of-summer activity that everyone in the family can participate in. The event is August 28th from 10-1pm. Youth and adult divisions are offered this year! PC Recreation will provide the rulebook/starter materials and each captain receives a participant medal. To register, call (435)615-5401 or visit 

Grab a partner and register for Park City Recreation's 2nd outdoor volleyball tournament of the summer. The Summer in the City Volleyball Tournament will be held at City Park on Saturday, August 14. This is a Mens/Womens doubles tournament where Novice-AA Divisions play on grass and Open Divisions play on sand.- Prizes awarded to the top 3 teams in each division! Full details & registration at or call (435)615-5401.

Kimball Arts Fest FREE and PAID Parking -Fri., August 6-Sun., August 8.:FREE Parking & FREE Transit to Old Town (Masks Required on transit.) Ecker Hill Park-and-Ride; Homestake Lot; Sandridge Lots; Park City School District Kearns Boulevard;Park City Mountain Resort; Deer Valley Resort Shuttle: Sat., 9am-3pm  and Sun., August 8, 9am -6pm. PAID Parking at China Bridge --First hour is free.  Friday: Free until 5:00pm; $3.00/hour after with max of $18.00. Saturday: $5.00/h

The Summit Park HOA announces the community has been awarded a major wildfire mitigation grant through a partnership with the Utah State Water Shed Restoration Initiative.  Part of the initiative's mission is to reduce the risk of a wildfire by assisting residents to provide defensible space around their home at zero cost to them. All Summit Park homeowners are eligible and encouraged to take advantage of this program. For more information and an application, go to For additional info, email

Grab a partner and register for the Summer in the City Volleyball Tournament held at City Park on August 14th! This is a Mens/Womens doubles tournament where Novice-AA Divisions play on grass and Open Divisions play on sand. Prizes awarded to the top 3 teams in each division! Register online at or call (435)615-5401.

The National Ability Center is Holding an "Outspokin’ Ladies Mountain Biking Summit" August 19 from 9:30 am to 8 pm on the NAC’s Park City campus and surrounding trails. Register by August 12 for the summit which will feature an array of seminars led by voices in the mountain biking community and group rides for all levels. Registration begins at 8:45 am with the keynote speaker kicking off the event at 9:30 am and concludes with a send-off dinner and drinks at 6 pm. See the complete program and register at 

Join Park City Municipal and Utah Open Lands in reducing your carbon footprint and trailhead congestion. Jump on the free Bonanza Flat "Transit to Trails" shuttle. Park at 1376 Munchkin Road in Park City and shuttle up the mountain.  Reservations are highly recommended.  View pick-up schedules and availability and make reservations at or by calling 801-808-1367.

Habitat for Humanity REALLY needs the community's help through August 20 to finish the first home in the Silver Creek Village project. Volunteers will help a local single mom and her son reach stability through homeownership.  Sign up at under the How To Help tab. 

Fall Adult 7v7 Soccer League returns August 12 to the Park City Sports Complex. This is a coed league where both genders must be represented on the field at all times. Games are played on Thursdays between 6-10pm on artificial turf. Ages 18+ welcome. Register online at or call (435)615-5401."

Applications are now open for Class 28 of Leadership Park City - a year-long community leadership program. All adults in Summit, Wasatch and surrounding counties may apply. Online application is available at and is due by August 20.

Put on your walking shoes and explore Park City’s Historic Main Street! View the architecture and hear stories of Park City’s unique history—from the days as a booming mine town to an emerging ski town. The Park City Museum’s Tours are Monday through Friday at 2 p.m. through September 3rd. For reservations, call 435-574-9554 or email Space is limited to fifteen people.  The tour lasts about one hour and fifteen minutes and is most appropriate for ages 13 and up.

In addition to its free on-demand on-demand ride and and booking hotline service within neighborhoods,  High Valley Transit has launched free bus and shuttle service, replacing some routes formerly operated by Park City Transit. Get the High Valley Micro Transit app, see the routes and tines at 

Park City Fire Ban

Jun 21, 2021

A fire ban is in effect for all of Park City. Fireworks, explosive devices, and open fires are all prohibited until further notice. Sign up for emergency alerts at and visit for emergency planning tips and other resources. If a fire does start near you, call 911 and immediately evacuate the area.

Governor Cox has issued his third executive order relating to current drought conditions in Utah. 100% of the state is in drought. 2020 was the driest year on record and one of the hottest. The snowpack topped out early at 81%. Streams are at 50% of normal and some reservoirs could run dry.  We can all do our part to conserve water. Northern Utahans should water only 2 days a week and focus on shrubs and trees. Wash only full loads of dirty dishes and clothes. For many more helpful conservation actions, go to  

Mountainland Aging and Family Services provides education, resources, and services that empower aging adults and families to thrive at home and in our community. Whether you need care or provide care--or will in the future--our team offers personalized guidance for today's needs and tomorrow's gaps. To be connected to resources in our community call the Mountainlands Association of Governments-MAG senior helpline at 801-229-3804.