Blake Fonnesbeck

Executive Director of Mountain Trails, Charlie Sturgis talks about the big running events happening in Round Valley this weekend and next.Park City Council Member, Becca Gerber gives an update on the Council Meeting. They approved code changes to address event fatigue in Park City.Blake Fonnesbeck and Robbie Smooth gave description of the shoulder season changes to parking fees beginning on Monday.Terri Orr, Executive Director of the Park City Performing Arts Institute shares the diverse line up scheduled for this winter with some preview shows scheduled in October.

Bus Schedules For Shoulder Season Change Monday

Apr 5, 2018
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Ski season ends, traffic lightens up and bus schedules change. Park City Transit needs vary from season to season so routes get modified, some service shuts off and operational hours are cut. Carolyn Murray has this:

Park City purchased a fleet of battery-powered buses last year. The six buses have traveled about 250,000 miles and transported 350,000 passengers since June. The city will replace seven of its diesel fleet with long range electric buses later this year. Carolyn Murray has the details:

On today’s program, Park city Public Works Director Blake Fonnesbeck discusses transit changes for the coming ski season. Summit County Public Works Director Derek Radke and Reece DeMille from Republic Service discuss snow removal and curbside pickup. New Park City Police Department hires Victim Advocate Coordinator Megan Galati and Community Outreach Officer Franco Libertini  talk about their new roles and Recycle Utah director Carolyn Wawra has a monthly update.

Local News Hour - June 21, 2017

Jun 21, 2017

On today’s program, Todd Hauber and Andrew Caplan discuss Tuesday's school board meeting. Park City Transit Manager Blake Fonnesbeck and Summit County Transportation Director Caroline Rodriguez discuss the launch of the 1stphase of the Electric Xpress from the Kimball to Old Town Transit Center Friday, using Utah's first battery electric mass transit fleet.

Local News Hour - October 17, 2016

Oct 17, 2016

On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City Public Works Director Blake Fonnesbeck to talk about the delay in implementing the downtown parking plan till next spring. Park City School Superintendent Ember Conley is in studio to talk about tomorrow's school board meeting at 4 pm. Basin Recreation District Director Brian Hanton has this month’s update with a monthly update and Robin Marrouche from Kimball Art Center and filmmaker Thomas Morgan are into talk about his new film A Moving Feast and Marrouche’s recent visit to the refugee camp where it was filmed.

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  Parking in Old Town will get more expensive, but the upside is parking will likely be available when you visit Old Town thanks to a new concept that will give people a choice about where and when to park. Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

Where you park in Park City could change soon, and now is your chance to give input on how to make it better.    KPCW's Renai Bodley has more:

If you have any suggestions on how to improve Park City's parking, you can email Brian Andersen at bandersen@parkcity.org.  City officials say they will have another open house later this season.