Emergency Preparedness

Now that we have had a little reminder that it does snow here in Summit Park, I wanted to give homeowners a few tips on how to save time when time is critical. House Numbers – Make sure they are always visible, both at the mail box and on your home or garage. If there
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Toll Canyon Vandalism

An unfortunate update from our friends at Basin Rec: On October 31, someone vandalized the Toll Canyon gates, both from Summit Park and Pinebrook neighborhood entrances, by smashing thought and severely damaging them. The vandals the proceeded to joyride around Toll Canyon Open Space, driving up and down the jeep roads. Damage is estimated at
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Fire and Safety – Year in Review

Fire and Safety – Year in Review

It is a mission of the Summit Park Home Owners Association (HOA) to be vigilant in providing information which assists home owners in mitigating personal and community safety threats. I am proud to say that many of our residents stood up to the challenge and embraced their individual responsibility. There was a significant reduction of
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Welcome New Neighbors!

Whether you have chosen to live here because of our convenient location, the feeling of being closer to nature, or the sense of well-being, we hope you recognize and appreciate the tremendous value of mountain living. Our neighborhood is rapidly becoming a popular place to live, with many more lots still open for development. On
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Letter from the Treasurer – 2016

Thank you to all homeowners that paid your dues this year. Being an active member and contributing these funds are critical to our community. With your support, the HOA hosts several activities for you to enjoy as a community, and provides various services that keep our neighborhood safe. For example, we filled all 13 dumpsters
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Traffic Update – October 2016

Traffic Update – October 2016

Knowing that traffic and speeding cars is a big concern in the neighborhood, the Traffic Calming Committee has been working with the county to get a number of traffic calming efforts implemented. After a traffic survey was performed early in 2016, it was determined that our neighborhood qualified for calming efforts. That said, Summit Park
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2016 Backyard Trail Updates

FIRE MITIGATION PROJECT, Toll Canyon – Visitors to Toll Canyon Open Space have likely noticed a change in the vegetation along the Toll Road trail, the paved access to the canyon from St Moritz Terrace.  This summer the Utah Department of Natural Resources Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands (“FFSL”) partnered with Snyderville Basin Special
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Toll Canyon Fire Mitigation Project

Toll Canyon Fire Mitigation Project

  Visitors to Toll Canyon Open Space have likely noticed a change in the vegetation along the Toll Road trail, the paved access to the canyon from St Moritz Terrace. This summer the Utah Department of Natural Resources Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands (“FFSL”) partnered with Snyderville Basin Special Recreation District (“Basin Recreation”)
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