Basin Rec

Run-A-Muk Park will be closed April 12th - May 14th for rest and restoration - please plan accordingly! Giving this popular area a break during mud season promotes trail stewardship and vegetation regrowth, and allows Basin staff to complete maintenance and restoration work. Contact Matt Wagoner at (435) 649-1564 Ext. 19 or Matt@basinrecreation.org with questions or concerns. Thank you for your patience!
 

Basin Rec

Meet Dana Jones, the Basin Recreation District’s new director, who has now been on the job for several weeks. 

Jones came from California, where she spent most of her 28-year career working for the state’s parks department.

Basin Recreation

The Summit County Council has thought a lot in recent months about trails in the Basin that are getting loved to death, and on Wednesday the Council took another step to enable the Basin Recreation District to enforce parking regulations around the trailheads by voting to amend the operational policies of the Recreation District.

 

Council Chairman Doug Clyde said the impacts of recreationists flocking to the Basin is not something planners expected when they designed the trails—or the neighborhoods around the trails.

 

Snyderville Basin Recreation District

Snyderville Basin Recreation has closed down its four dog parks, and the trails could be next – if residents don’t practice the required social distancing – 6 feet away from the next person.

The closure of the four dog parks – Run A Muck, Willow Creek, Trailside, and The Woods at Parleys Lane - were closed on Monday. These are the latest in a series of closures by Basin Recreation… the  lap pool,  the playgrounds and park pavilions and the skate park. Basin Recreation District Director Brian Hanton says they’ve been considering closing the dog parks for a while now…

SBRD

The weather isn’t being cooperative, but still, the upcoming Memorial Day weekend is the kick-off to summer—for the Snyderville Recreation District and many others.

District Director Brian Hanton discussed some of their summer plans, in addition to some long-range items.

Hanton noted that the splash pad at the Basin Fieldhouse will be open on Friday.

At their last meeting, the Snyderville Recreation District Board discussed a couple of land issues—such as the sale of some density entitlement.

District Director Brian Hanton said they sold off some 27,000 square feet, which will go toward another site in Newpark at Kimball Junction. He referred to the Commons at Newpark project, being done by the Crandall family.

He said they acquired the density originally as part of their approval for the Basin Fieldhouse.

On today's program, Park City residents Elsa and Dick Gary are the founders of the non-profit Voterise, whose mission is to encourage Utah millennials to register to vote. September is National Voter Registration Month - Sept 26 is National Voter Registration Day. They have details on Voterise's new, trigger-based fundraising platform. Superintendent Ember Conley to discuss Agenda items for PCSD board meeting on Tuesday.

On today's program, Melissa Etheridge has details on her upcoming performance at Deer Valley on Thursday.  Summit County Investigator Christina Sally has details on registering for Camp Safety which is held August  14 - 18 and Snyderville Basin Recreation Director Brian Hanton and Trails and Open Space Manager Bob Radke are in with a monthly update.

Join Basin Recreation and the Fun over 50 group for a day out on the trail! Basin Recreation is offering a Nordic ski clinic on Friday February 10th. Learn to Nordic Ski , meet new friends and get a great workout.
Register online at www.basinrecreation.org or call the Fieldhouse at 655-0999. 

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Sundance Transit Manager Brian Cambria. Erik Esquivel is the new Latino Community Outreach Specialist for the Park City School District. He talks about projects he's working on. Tom Kelly with the US Ski and Snowboard Association has the weekly team update and Snyderville Basin Recreation Director Brian Hanton is in with his monthly update.

For the last seven years, Rena Jordan has led the Snyderville Basin Recreation District. She has now accepted a new job and her final day with Basin Rec was last Friday. Leslie Thatcher has more.

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher has a farewell interview the outgoing director of Snyderville Basin Recreation; Summit County Clerk Kent Jones reviews the process for filing for office; Park City Mayor Jack Thomas has a recap of the city council retreat so far; Charlie Matthews talks about his new role as Park City School District's STEM Program Coordinator and Leadership Park City Myles Rademan has details about Monday's Women in Leadership Forum.

On today's program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with the Director of the Summit Land Conservancy Cheryl Fox; Summit County Manager Tom Fisher; Park City Recreation Manager Ken Fisher and Project Manager Mark Vlasic with Landmark Design; and Tracy Mullen, Director of Sales and Marketing for the DeJoria Center at High Star Ranch.

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to the Managing Editor of utahpolicy.com Bryan Schott; Park City Superintendent of Schools Ember Conley previews Tuesday's School Board meeting; Tom Kelly with USSA has the weekly update and Bob Radke and Matt Strader of Basin Rec have a recap of the projects they're working on.