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

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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.

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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 epreston@kpcw.org.

View all of  our events here

Intermountain Park City Hospital will start offering the Johnson & Johnson single dose COVID-19 vaccine to eligible individuals at the hospital starting, Thursday March 4. Appointments are required. Go to  intermountain.com/covidvaccine to schedule your appointment and check your eligibility.

Park City Recreation's Summer Day Camp Registration is approaching! Priority early registration on March 15th at 9am is offered to families who live or work in the 84060 zip code. Proof of residency or employment can be submitted to spencer.madanay@parkcity.org or brought to the PC MARC before March 12. Registration for the general public will open April 1st. For more information, visit parkcityrecreation.org or call (435)615-5401. 

Basin Recreation is hosting a Red Cross Shallow Water Lifeguard Training for participants ages 15+ to learn rescue techniques in water five to seven feet deep. As a hybrid course, participants must register by March 10 in order to have time to complete online course work before the in-class sessions starting Monday, March 15. Sessions will meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 5-8pm and Saturdays from 10am-2pm at The Fieldhouse through March 31. A mandatory pre-screen and practical skills will take place in class. Learn more and register at basinrecreation.org.

Tribe Outside is a free program for youth ages 11-17 to foster connection and joy for life through outdoor experiences. A Tribe Outside free Nordic Skiing event will be held on March 8. Winter gear is available at no cost.  Register in advance by visiting the events page at CTCsummitcounty.org or contacting heather@ctcsummitcounty.org. See Event Calendar to register for all upcoming Tribe Outside events including Skate Skiing on March 22. 

Red, White and Snow is a premier wine, culinary and ski event held for 17 years in Park City, Utah to benefit the National Ability Center. This 3 day Wine and Food Festival, March 4-6, 6:30-9:00pm will happen virtually this year! At the NAC, they say, "adapting is what we do best,"  so this will still be a fantastic celebration in support of the NAC mission. Now is the time to secure your tickets for the 2021 celebrations so you can join the festivities from the comfort of your home! Go to redwhiteandsnow.org for tickets and event details or call 435.649.3991. 

Cozy nights by the fireplace are a part of Park City’s mountain town lifestyle. But did you know that burning wood can adversely affect your health and our air quality The Burn Smart program is here to help you affordably maintain that coziness and our clean, mountain air! Summit County residents may qualify for a credit to replace their wood burning appliance. Learn more about Burn Smart at habitat-utah.org or call Meagan at 435-658-1400 x1005.

Let's keep our mountain air clean and healthy! "Turn Your Key--Be Idle Free" Reducing your idling by just 2 minutes a day, saves gas, keeps dangerous particulates out of our air and reduces carbon emissions which will help Summit County meet its Climate Action Plan.  Please reduce idling your vehicle and encourage others to reduce their idling times. Idling a typical vehicle for longer than ten seconds consumes more fuel than restarting that vehicle.

Wasatch County residents who are 65 and older now qualify to receive COVID19 vaccine through the Wasatch County Health Department. To schedule an appointment to receive the vaccine lcall 435-657-3276 if you are a Wasatch County resident 65 or older or a member of any of the following groups: Healthcare Workers, First Responders, Long-Term Care Facility Residents & Staff, K-12 School Teachers & Staff, Stay updated on COVID19 and vaccine eligibility at coronavirus.wasatch.utah.gov.

Habitat ReStore

Feb 4, 2021

The Habitat ReStore now has a brand new boutique section. The ReStore has received a large donation from two retailers which expands the types of items they carry. Wear your mask and visit the ReStore at 6280 Silver Creek Drive for clothing, candles, bed, bath, health, beauty, and more. Winter shopping hours are Tuesday - Friday 10am - 6 pm and Saturday 10am-5pm.  Call 435-487-9015 to schedule an appointment for drop off or pick up of new and gently used furniture, artwork, home decor and building supplies. Please do not drop donations off outside of donation hours.

COVID-19 vaccine appointments are currently booked out more than two weeks. Please DO NOT drive to the clinic if you do not have an existing appointment to receive the vaccine. Links to schedule appointments will go out as vaccine is available if you have already registered at summitcountyhealth.org/vaccine or vacc.me/70. The COVID-19 Phone Hotline is 435-333-0050.  

Nuzzles & Co. announces that they are seeking donations of pet food. The donation bins are at the entrance  area of the Rescue Ranch 6466 N Highview Road, Peoa, UT.  Also on the porch are dog food, cat food, and cat litter available for pick-up for Summit County residents in need.  If you are interested in adopting a pet, visit www.nuzzlesandco.org to take a look at available pets and directions for scheduling a get-acquainted meeting.

Whether you’re into restorative yoga or a bootcamp sweat-fest, the Park City MARC is pleased to offer virtual fitness classes to our community.  Join our qualified instructors from your home, office, or anywhere you have a wifi connection!  Classes are open to everyone--you do not have to be a MARC pass holder to participate. Need equipment?  Classes can be joined while at the MARC, where you can find a quiet corner to participate and everything you need within reach.  Visit www.parkcityrecreation.org for more information and to access a complete list of programs.

Intermountain and U of U Health offer saliva-based testing indoors at two Park City locations: Park City Hospital’s Blair Education Center and the U of U Health Redstone Center. Patients who need a COVID-19 test should call first to either the Intermountain Healthcare’s COVID-19 hotline at 1-844-442-5224 or the U of U Health COVID-19 hotline at 801-587-0712 or 1-844-745-9325 or visit https://healthcare.utah.edu/ to make an appointment.  

People's Health Clinic offers free or reduced cost health care. The Clinic is open Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Call 435-333-1850 to make an appointment.  

CONNECT Summit County wants you to know: Changes in our mental health are just part of our nature. If you or someone you know is struggling, you can find resources near you at PartofOurNature.org and scroll to Summit County, UT. If in Crisis: If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts or struggling with your mental health, please contact the Summit County Crisis Number, 833-995-1295 or download the SafeUT App monitored 24/7 by clinicians who respond to all chats, texts, and calls. If you are in immediate danger, call 911 or go to the closest ER.

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