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2019 Dumpster Days – Save the Date

Save the date! If we can secure enough volunteers, the 2019 Dumpster Days event will be held Saturday, June 22 – Sunday, June 23 […]

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May HOA Meeting (5/7) will focus on wildfire topics

Although there’s still snow on the ground, we want to start talking about wildfire mitigation with residents. Join us during our May HOA meeting […]

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New Firewise Pilot Program

We are very proud to share that Summit Park was chosen as one of seven communities in the country to participate in a Sites […]

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2019 Weed Management

In an effort to curb garlic mustard and spotted knapweed on residential properties, Summit Park neighbors are able to sign up to get weeds […]

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Summit Park3 days ago
We have all seen the shocking headlines about devastating wildfires across the west, and we all know that Summit Park is at risk. Here is a chance to do something that can help make your home and our neighborhood safer.

Sign up to participate in the Sites of Excellence pilot program to find out how to create defensible space around your home. The commitment is minimal, but the impact can be HUGE. More info and instructions below.
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Summit Park5 days ago
We are very proud to share that Summit Park was chosen as one of seven communities in the country to participate in a Sites of Excellence pilot program, which is sponsored by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)! We are looking for approximately 80 neighbors to get involved in this new program, which seeks to educate residents and create defensible space around our neighborhood.

Sign up to be part of this program and receive a free assessment from the Fire and Safety Committee, which will identify mitigation tasks within 30 feet of your home. More information in the blog post below.
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Summit Park2 weeks ago
We know it's still snowy outside, but here is some information from the county about weed control and mitigation for this spring/summer. If you're interested in signing up to get your garlic mustard and spotted knapweed treated for free this year, please see more information here: https://summitparkutah.net/2019-weed-management/

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The Summit Park Home Owners Association encourages ALL residents of Summit Park to join the SPHA and become an active part of our community by becoming a paying member.