Park City Chamber Bureau

On the Local News Hour: Park City Chamber Bureau CEO Bill Malone has details on his presentation to the Summit County Council on summer visitation and a look ahead at this winter; Professional Dog Trainer and Director of Rocky Mountain Therapy Dogs Amy Francis has details about her new nonprofit organization that provides canine therapeutic and education services for Summit and Wasatch counties; and Park City Education Foundation Associate Director, Communications and Development Jen Billow talks about the class and school winners for Beat the Call and STEM initiative.

Deer Valley Resort

With a snowy winter unseen for several years in Park City – the 2018-19 ski season could be in position to set some records. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more. 

Deer Valley Resort is reporting a 10-15% increase in visitation this winter and while this is the first year that the resort has been part of the nationwide IKON pass, Marketing Director Collen Reardon says some of that growth has to do with snowfall, which is expected to hit the 300 inch mark this week.

In winter’s favorite town, the more snow, the better for business. How has this winter’s weather affected skiing and hotel stays in Park City? 

So far this ski season, Park City resorts have received 275 inches of snow. That’s 75 inches more than the entire 2017-18 season, and there are still six weeks left until closing day.

Park City Chamber and Visitors Bureau

 

2018 saw a record number of overnight group bookings in Park City hotels, according to the Park City Chamber/Bureau. And what kind of legislation will the Chamber be keeping an eye on during the 2019 legislative session? KPCW’s Emily Means has more.

 

On today’s program, Park City Chamber Bureau President and CEO Bill Malone talks about the Christmas Holidays and winter bookings. Park City Institute Director Teri Orr has details on the New Year’s Eve performance at the Eccles Center featuring Sutton Foster and party afterwards as well as an update on the fundraising efforts to raise a quarter of a million dollars by the end of the year.

Park City Chamber Bureau

30 years ago, United States Ski Team spokesman Tom Kelly began introducing the Park City community to the names and stories of  athletes who competed in the Winter Olympics. On Monday, his name was added to the growing list of those who have been honored with the Myles Rademan Spirit of  Hospitatlity Award. Leslie Thatcher has more.

On today's program, host Leslie Thatcher gets a legislative update from Park City Chamber Bureau CEO Bill Malone, Park City Manager Diane Foster and Budget Manager Nate Rockwood preview Thursday's City Council agenda and Park City School Board Member Tania Knauer and Community Relations Specialist Molly Miller review Tuesday's School Board meeting.

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City Chamber Bureau CEO Bill Malone about tourism funding and other legislative issues he's watching; Park City Manager Diane Foster and Jed Briggs the city's Operating Budget Manager preview Thursday's City Council meeting; Future in Review Speaker Series Guest Christopher Clark; and Park City Charlene Albarran, a Democrat, who is running for Congress in the 2nd District.

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Bonanza Park Developer Mark Fisher and Michelle O'Brien from Stein Eriksen Lodge about the new affordable housing that opened this winter. Park City Chamber Bureau Director Bill Malone has a look ahead at the winter season. Local Author Amber Christenson has details about her new book and Musician Kurt Bestor talks about his upcoming shows at the Egyptian Theater.

Lynn Ware Peek speaks with Erin Bragg of Summit Land Conservancy, Summit County Manager Tom Fisher, Bryn Carey of Ski Butlers, Alison Page of Trail Talk, and Craig McCarthy of the Chamber Bureau about the Winter Kick Off. 

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County Planners Ray  Milliner and Jennifer Strader about Tuesday's Snyderville Basin Planning Commission meeting. Glenn Wright with Project for a Deeper Understanding has details on Tuesday's panel to discuss the $56 million school bond. Sundance Film Festival Director Sarah Pearce has details about Wednesday's sale of Sundance 2016 passes and ticket packages.

Park City Chamber Job Fair

Oct 6, 2015

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County planner Ray Milliner about the proposed Pace Meadows Ranch Rezone for 400,00 square feet of mixed use development and 25 units. Summit County sheriff Justin Martinez comes in for a bi-monthly update. Tim Matsui talks about the special screening of his film, The Long Night, playing at the Prospector Theater Thursday night and Craig McCarthy invites you to the Summer Kickoff Mixer and Expo on Thursday.  Free food!

On today's Local news Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County council member David Ure and gets his take on Tesoro's announcement that the pipeline is on permanent hold and the toughening up of the county's anti-idling ordinance. Sundance Managing Director Sarah Pearce and Park City Chamber Bureua director Bill Malone discuss the release of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival  Economic Impact findings which pumped more than $83 million into the Utah economy. Actors in this weekend's Youth Theater production of Alice in Wonderland talk about their roles and Mrs.

ON today's Local news Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Park City school superintendent Ember Conley about modifications to the PCHS library so PCCAPS can use it. Marci Heim will be in town May 14th talking about how non-profit organizations can  mine for  those large gifts. Deb Lewis has details about Tuesday's free lunch and National Weather Service hydrologist Brian MacInerney - who will introduce the documentary on Thursday at 7 PM - talks about our local watermarks.

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