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Spring 2021 Pile Burning

Spring 2021 Summit Park Pile Burning ———————– Planned Control Burn of Slash Piles in Summit Park Open Space: Under the direction of the Summit County Fire…

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Continued Controlled Burn

Burning will occur again tomorrow and Saturday (Friday, January 22- Saturday, January 25), in the Parkview Dr trailhead area. ———————– Under the direction of the Summit County…

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Continued Control Burn

Burning will pick-up again tomorrow (Monday, January 18), in the Parkview Dr TH area and will continue throughout the month while conditions remain favorable. Under…

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Planned Controlled Burn

Under the direction of the Summit County Fire Warden and Alpine Forestry, Basin Recreation has scheduled a control burn in Summit Park Open Space starting…

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Summit Park
Summit Park2 weeks ago
Planned Control Burn of Slash Piles in Summit Park Open Space:
Under the direction of the Summit County Fire Warden and Alpine Forestry, Basin Recreation has scheduled a control burn in Summit Park Open Space starting Saturday, April 10. Burning operations strictly conform to all required county permitting, ideal weather conditions and air quality regulations to ensure public and resource safety. Piles will be burned promoting District forest health and fuel reduction goals. The area will remain open during burning. Contact matt@basinrecreation.org with any questions.
Summit Park
Summit Park3 weeks ago
In today’s (March 31st) Park Record, a front page article titled “Transit Outlined” indicates that Caroline Rodriguez, Summit County Regional Transportation Planning Director, said that “the neighborhoods likely to lose fixed-route transit are parts of Summit Park, Trailside and Silver Springs. Rodriquez said that the transit district has received roughly 25 emails from residents of the Silver Springs neighborhood who feared they would lose access to transit if the 7 Pink line is disbanded.”

Residents of Summit Park are encouraged to phone Ms. Rodriquez and tell her your thoughts of losing bus transportation access in Summit Park. She can be reached at crodriguez@summitcounty.org and 435-336-3113.

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