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Family Emergency Planning

I’m sure Wildland fires are on all of our minds these days so I wanted to point out a critical planning measure each and […]
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Agenda for August 2018 HOA Meeting

The August HOA meeting will take place on Tuesday, August 7 at Moose Cafe at 7pm. Community Q&A will begin around 7:45pm after our […]
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Apply for a FireWise Grant – $1,000 in matching funds

Our community survey recently reiterated that fire is one of the biggest concerns for Summit Park residents.  With smoke in the air and multiple […]
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2018 Race to the Summit

The 12th Annual Sprint to the Summit is taking place Sunday, July 8 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (MDT).  Register here.  Sprint to the […]
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Summit Park shared Summit County, Utah's post.4 days ago
Did you hear? Summit County recently changed platforms for emergency alerts. If you had previously signed up with Code Red you will need to create a new registration on the Everbridge system. Click here to get started, and be the first to know when disaster strikes: http://summitcountyalerts.org
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Summit Park6 days ago
There are still grants available! Receive up to $1,000 to make your home more FireWise!!
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Summit Park1 week ago
An update from the county on some roads in the neighborhood (see list of roads below): The roads in Summit Park are not complete. We will be back on Monday/Tuesday to sweep the loose gravel. Then on Wednesday, we will be in the neighborhood to spray the flush coat. The flush coat makes the surface black, seals the little micro cracks around the rocks to make the pavement waterproof, and helps to seal/lock any the rocks. When the flush coat dries, it is more like a finished asphalt surface, except not as smooth. The surface will smooth out as cars drive on it, and as the snow plows to their thing.

-Lower Evergreen
-Matterhorn, St.
-St. Moritz Way
-St. Moritz Circle
-Woodland Place

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