Matt Dias

Before the Park City and Summit County Councils work to sort out their differences around transit at a Feb. 5 meeting, the Park City Council will try to answer a few questions, such as who does Park City transit serve; what is the city’s responsibility in accommodating regional transit demand; and what governance structure serves the city and county’s needs.

 

Dr. Patricia Cramer discusses her research on vehicle wildlife collisions in Utah. She talks about the top "hot spots" where collisions occur – five of the 10 are here along the Wasatch Back. Park City Manager Matt Dias has a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting and Park City Senior Transportation Planner Alexis Verson, Transportation Outreach Coordinator Andy Stevenson and Dave March from the Canyons Village preview the upcoming "Try Transit Week.”

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Park City Municipal Corporation

The Park City Recreation Department will implement a new registration process for this year’s summer day camp. 

Park City Manager Matt Dias says the city council wants to take a balanced approach to what can be a hectic registration process for Park City’s summer day camp program. Dias acknowledges that summer camp plays an important role in the lives of working families, and the city council wants to give priority to people who live within Park City proper or who work in Park City boundaries.

On today’s program, National Ability Center Director Kevin Stickelman has details about this month's Huntsman Cup at PCMR, the first-ever Sun Valley Snowboard Para NorAm event and registration for Red White and Snow is open. Park City Manager Matt Dias and Trails and Open Space Manager Heinrich Deters have a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting, including approval of the Bonanza Flat Conservation Easement and Summit County Health Dept.

Acting Park City Manager Matt Dias intends to hire two deputy city managers, filling his former position and that of the community development director. 

The Park City Vision 2020 process kicked off this year. As the city looks ahead to making the Park City community’s vision a reality, city leaders look at what they have accomplished and plan to do to implement “bold change.”

On today’s program, Director of Park City Film Katy Wang has details on this weekend's screening at Jim Santy Auditorium. Park City Acting Manager Matt Dias and Mayor Andy Beerman reflect on 2019 and look ahead to the city's priorities for 2020, Midway City Councilmember Elect Steve Dougherty talks about his goals for his upcoming term and Chair of the Wasatch County Latino Coalition Yuri Jenson has a look at some of the results from a survey the Coalition conducted of the Latino community this past summer. 

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After getting push back from the senior community about moving to the Christian Center, Park City staff is back at square one and  is now considering new temporary locations for the senior population. Some of those considerations will be discussed at Thursday’s final city council meeting of the year.

Matt Dias – who has served as interim Park City Manager since October- will now serve in that capacity full time. 

While the announcement was made on Monday, the Park City Council won’t vote on Dias’s employment agreement until its January 9th meeting.

Dias was hired in 2013 as Assistant City Manager. He was named Interim Manager in October after the council voted to sever its employment contract with then manager Diane Foster. At the time, the council gave no specific reason for that separation.

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The Park City Council will host a work session Thursday addressing revisions to the city’s land management code regarding affordable housing. 

Local News Hour - December 4, 2019

Dec 4, 2019

On today’s program, Deer Valley COO Todd Shallan and Communications Manager Emily Summers have details about the opening of the resort on Saturday. Interim Park City Manager Matt Dias and Special Events Manager Jenny Diersen have a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting and Executive Director Kate McChesney has details about this weekend’s Silly Holiday Bazaar.

The Park City Council will consider a request to authorize the city manager to enter into a $130,000 contract for employee compensation evaluation services. The city is looking into the services because of employee recruitment and retention challenges.

On today’s program, Kelly Pawlak, President and CEO of National Ski Areas Association who was the Keynote Speaker at last week’s Chamber Fall Tourism event. Interim Park City Manager Matt Dias and Sustainability Manager Luke Cartin have a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting. Park City Community Foundation Impact Director Ollie Wilder has details on how to apply for grant money from the new Park City Climate Fund.

On today’s program, Park City School Board President Andrew Caplan talks about the rock throwing incident last Friday breaking a window in the school district home where the superintendent and her family live. South Summit School Superintendent Shad Sorenson discusses the results of the $87 million bond that failed in yesterday's election and what's next. Interim Park City Manager Matt Dias and Economic Development Manager Jonathan Weidenhamer preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting.

Park City residents who live from 10th Street to Deer Valley Drive may soon require a permit to park on the street there, as the city expands the residential parking zone program.

After the city conducted outreach to residents and hosted an input session in September, interim Park City Manager Matt Dias says many residents who live below the Park City Mountain Resort base had concerns about the impacts of tourism and event-related parking on the neighborhood.

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