2018 school budget


The Park City School Board unanimously passed a $5.6 million tax increase on Tuesday evening.  Four of the five public comments given during the hearings expressed concern with the budget increase. Carolyn Murray has this:

The Park City School District Business Administrator, Todd Hauber kicked off the meeting with a presentation outlining the details of how school funding in Utah works. He also supplied a summary of the budget. Details of his presentation can be found on the district website.

Park City School Board Ratifies 2018-19 Budget

Jul 5, 2018

On July 3rd, the Park City Board of Education unanimously ratified the school budget for the 2018-19 school year, along with the proposed $5.6 million tax increase. The vote was taken immediately following one extended comment from a member of the public who wanted to understand the School Board’s decision  on the new Superintendent’s compensation package. Click here to see the Superintendent compensation package. Carolyn Murray has this:

The Park City School Board plans to have a preliminary budget ready for public view by their June 5 meeting. They have three or four budget line items that still need to be approved that will involve substantial expense to the district. Carolyn Murray has details: