Alison Kuhlow

On today's Local News Hour:

( 00:31) Salt Lake City Olympic Committee Chair Cindy Crane talks about ramping up the planning for the 2030 or 2034 Winter Olympics in Utah.

( 19:07) Summit Council Member Kim Carson has a re-cap for this week's meeting.

( 35:26) Park City Historic Alliance Executive Director Alison Kuhlow with an update from last week's board meeting.

Jen Silva

With winter right around the corner and COVID-19 as uncertain as ever, how is the local business community preparing for a winter tourist season unlike any they’ve ever seen before? Although projections are down, local businesses are hopeful for a pleasant surprise this winter. 


COVID-19 has been a real challenge for economies everywhere, but Park City’s tourism-focused economy has faced problems few other cities have.


On today's Local News Hour:

( 05:59) Todd Hauber PCSD Business Administrator talks about enrollment counts and school board meeting update.

( 24:08) Park City School Board Write in Candidate Thomas Cooke.

(  36:41) Park City Historic Alliance Executive Director Alison Kuhlow with an update from yesterday's board meeting.

Today on the Local News Hour:

(03:23) -Story: Vail CEO Answers Winter Reservation FAQs

(07:53) - Park City School District Superintendent Jill Gildea and Board of Education President Andrew Caplan have a recap of Tuesday’s board meeting. The board adopted a resolution appointing themselves as members of the Local Building Authority. This is the first step in using lease revenue bonds to pay for new school facilities.

Park City Chamber/Bureau

With the COVID-19 pandemic ongoing and likely to last into 2021, the health of local Park City businesses is a topic on a lot of peoples’ minds. Recent economic data suggests that even though business is still down compared to 2019, numbers have been slowly improving as a whole.


On today's Local News Hour:

(03:37) Park City Scholl District Superintendent Jill Gildea and Chief Operations officer Mike Tanner talk about the district's plans for reopening schools on August 20th.

(20:42) Executive Director of the HPCA Alison Kuhlow discusses how the car free Sunday's experience on Main Street is going.

(34:24) Erin Ferguson from Save People Save Wildlife has an update on their work to make the I-80 area near Kimball Junction safer for animals and motorists.

Main Street Considers No-Car Sundays

May 18, 2020
Park City Municipal Corporation


In mid-March the COVID-19 pandemic hit area businesses abruptly with shut-downs ordered overnight. Now, with the lifting of some restrictions, the Historic Park City Alliance is exploring new business models to restore commerce and bring people back to shopping and dining in Park City’s historic district.

Lorelei Combs and Tom Farkas from Save People Save Wildlife have an update on meetings held with Park City, Summit County and UDOT. Park City Councilmember Becca Gerber has a recap of last night's meeting. Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity Shellie Barrus and Consultant Alison Kuhlow talk about their visit to Washington D.C. to discuss local affordable housing needs. KPCW General Manager Renai Miller and new Development Manager John Boyack have details about the KPCW Winter Pledge Drive that starts on Monday.

On this Segment of Mountain Money Alison Kuhlow ,executive director of the Historic Park City Alliance raps about the 2020 Sundance film festival's impact on the main street businesses.

State Senator Ron Winterton (R) discusses his priorities for the 2020 legislative session. Faith Jolley, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Public Information Officer has details about the antler shed season and what’s legal a d how to participate and Historic Park City Alliance Ex. Director Alison Kuhlow has an update on how it’s been for Main Street businesses during Sundance this year.

Summit County Council Chair Roger Armstrong talks about the county council meeting yesterday.Dr. Jeffery Botkin, Professor of Pediatrics and Associate Vice President for Research at the University of Utah talks about ethical issues in editing our genes. Habitat For Humanity Executive Director Shellie Barrus and Alison Kuhlow talk about the groundbreaking last week at the Silver Creek Village. It’s the first of 25 Habitat homes that will be developed there. Country music artist, CAM called in to talk about her upcoming concert which will close out the Performing Arts Institute ST.

Alison Kuhlow is a longtime Park City resident who finds her creative spirit in a variety of ways -- being a DJ here at KPCW, attending Toastmasters and now, she has launched a podcast called Stretch, which at the experiences that force us to stretch and grow and how we navigate life and amidst these often unexpected changes. 

On today’s program,  Charlie Sturgis has this week’s Mountain Trails Report. Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt has this month's edition of What's That with Pat? Park City Chamber Bureau  update with Membership Director Alison Kuhlow who has details on the upcoming annual meeting as well as a review of the past year and the upcoming marketing efforts.

Local News Hour - May 19, 2017

May 19, 2017

Summit County Emergency Services Director Chris Crowley is in to talk about the possibility of flooding as the snow melts and then Park City Chamber and Visitors Bureau Vice-President of Member Services Alison Kuhlow sits down with KPCW. She’ll give us an update about Share Park City and the Summer Kick-off Expo on June 1st. Capping off the hour we have Kate Kelly founder of Utah Women Unite and Jill Lesh from the Utah League of Women Voters in to talk about their event, Mimosa's in May, on May 21st in Park City. 

Alison Kuhlow

The woman behind the Historic Park City Alliance and the Prospector Square Property Association is leaving those organizations to join the Park City Chamber of Commerce/Convention & Visitors Bureau.  KPCW’s Renai Bodley has more.