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Summit County Solar and Energy Opportunities

From Summit Community Power Works: “Are you interested in saving money on your energy bills while also making a positive contribution to our local community?…

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2019 FireWise Grants Now Available

We are excited to offer FireWise grants to Summit Park residents who proactively mitigate fire risks on their property/around their home. Like last year, the…

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Rocky Mountain Power To Start Vegetation Work in Summit Park

Hi neighbors – Rocky Mountain Power reached out earlier this month to let us know they are going to start some tree work in the…

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Get Money to Convert Your Wood Burning Stove/Fireplace

Do you have a wood burning stove or fireplace? You may be eligible to replace it at full or partial cost through the Wood Burning…

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Summit Park1 week ago
Summit Park will be hosting another chipping day, free of charge for residents. It will take place in October - we are just waiting to confirm exact dates, but get your piles ready! No need to sign up.
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Summit Park1 month ago
Learn about solar and energy opportunities from Summit Community Power Works: https://summitparkutah.net/summit-county-solar-and-energy-opportunities/
Summit Park
Summit Park1 month ago
An update from Basin Recreation: "Basin Recreation has a Utah Conservation Crew (UCC) scheduled to do some fire mitigation and fuels reduction work within Summit Park Open Space for 3 weeks from September 22 – October 12. Residents should expect to hear chainsaws and see brush/dead trees being removed from several sites. The project will start along the “fire road” located between Innsbruck Strasse and Matterhorn Drive, directly above the homes along Paradise Road. The crews will then move to work along the dirt road leading into the open space from the Parkview Drive trailhead to retreat an older fuel break. If time allows the crew will then work above homes on Matterhorn Drive from the water town to Matterhorn Terrace. The map below show the areas."

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