Community Events

Winter Safety Reminders

Fire is something that is top-of-mind during the summer, but winter poses its own fire and safety hazards. After the community witnessed the heartbreaking house fire on Woodland Drive, we thought it would be helpful to share some fire/safety tips in an effort to keep our homes and community safe: Chimneys and fire place flues
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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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Tree Removal Company

This is in response to Jean Canastrini’s question about a good tree removal company. I suggest Ryan Torcicollo of Wasatch Arborists based in Kamas, (435)200-5544. He’s insured and does outstanding work, including “leave no trace”. I’ve had him and his crew cut large/tall trees and haul wood and slash for two seasons and recommend him
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Traffic Enforcement on Aspen Drive

I live on the lower part of Aspen Drive, and speeding is a huge problem especially cars coming down the hill. There aren’t any signs indicating that the speed limit is 25 like there is on Parkview and the overall neighborhood sign. I walk every day with my dogs, and I have started avoiding walking
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Traffic Speed Enforcement

The Summit County Sheriff Department has recently placed a trailered electronic billboard at the west entrance to Summit Park. Its purpose is to remind resident drivers to maintain a safe speed and watch for pedestrians and bicyclist. It also advices visitors they are entering a residential community. Sheriff deputies will have an enhanced presence in
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Traffic Calming Proposal 2016

The Summit Park traffic committee has finalized their proposal which makes recommendations to Summit County Public Works regarding traffic calming measures through out our community. Much research and work has gone into these recommendations. It is felt they are easily achievable and will be an affective reminder to residents visitors about safe driving. Your can
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Traffic Concerns

The Summit Park traffic advisory committee has recently met with Summit County representatives and discussed issues relating to traffic speed and pedestrian safety. We have been tasked to bring to the table recommendations that allow a collaborative approach to the problem. We are close to submitting these recommendations and are again soliciting input from all
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