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Garlic Mustard, Noxious Weed, in Summit Park

Garlic Mustard, Noxious Weed, in Summit Park

Summit County Weed Control Association is trying to control Garlic Mustard, a noxious weed that threatens our natural land and wildlife, and needs our help identifying and mitigating the plant. If you see the weed in your yard and are interested in FREE Garlic Mustard Control, please contact Mindy Wheeler at: wheelermindy@yahoo.com or 801.699.5459.  About
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Dying Trees

Hello neighbors, As you may have noticed, Summit Park is experiencing an increased mortality of its precious trees. The reasons are complex and the solutions are obvious. It seems our local beetle population has taken off and are infesting the larger older White Fir and Douglas-Fir trees. It’s the sudden death of what seemed to
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Guard Dog at construction site

Posted By: Patti Larrabee I would like to bring to the neighborhood’s attention the “guard dog” at the construction site on the frontage road and Parkview Drive. This sad animal is kept chained up inside the fence the surrounds the portable office 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Last Friday June 27 I
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PLEASE GO 25 MPH

Posted By: Denis Orton now that spring is here can we slow down a bit….we’ll have lots of cyclists …walkers …pets…new moose in the area…..the speeds on Parkview are out of hand….35 mph and up with so many blind driveways this is just rude for the folks on Parkview. i’m sure you don’t speed on
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SP Fire Station – Important Meeting

It has been brought to our attention that the future and the possible decommission of our neighborhood fire station is back on the table. A request by the Fire Chief was sent out to supervisors asking their input on “what they would like done with the Summit Park Fire Station.” It has always been the
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Invasive Weeds

Please get rid of any Dyers Woad (tall thin yellow plant) or Scotch Thistle (has purple flowers) that you see in your yard or along the roadsides in Summit Park. Dyers Woad is fairly easy to pull. Thistle is much harder to get rid of, you may even want to use Roundup on it. These
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Firewise- We need community support!

  To all Summit Park Homeowners, It is our intention to help provide a fire safe neighborhood by educating homeowners and encouraging best Firewise practices around your home. Developing and maintaining a defensible space reduces the probability of home ignition during a wildland fire. Simple things can be easily done like: relocating firewood from under
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Firefighter Deaths

Tragedy strikes again to those who protect us. 19 firefighter die in Arizona on a wildland fire which destroyed numerous homes. Lets do our part to protect them. Clean up and develop a defensible space around your home. Apathy is dangerous and waiting until fire starts is too late. Home owners are responsible to understand
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Fire Restriction Order

Due to current and forecasted weather conditions coupled with the extremely dry conditions, the Utah State Forester has determined that measures must be taken to prevent costly and damaging forest and rangeland fires.  Please see the attached letter for important fire restrictions. Fire Restriction Order