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2019 Chipping Days – Oct. 21

In an effort to continue mitigating our fire risk in the neighborhood, the Summit Park HOA has hired Canyon Cutters to chip any piles of…

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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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Summit Park2 weeks ago
You may have already heard rumblings about this, but we got confirmation from Summit County this morning: Summit Park is getting a bus stop! More info regarding parking, etc. to come.

The pink bus will be extended to Summit Park as of December 6. The schedule will be posted online once finalized, but residents can expect service every 30 minutes, seven days a week, 365 days a year. The Summit Park bus stop will be at the northwest corner of Aspen Dr. and the I-80 underpass. From there it will head east on Aspen Dr. to Kilby Rd., stopping at the base of Timberline, the Weilenmann School of Discovery and Woodward before continuing onto the existing 7 Pink line.
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Summit Park3 weeks ago
UPDATE from Basin Rec, 11/4: "Unfortunately the burn has been called off again this morning due to changes in air quality clearance levels. We will try again later when conditions change. I will advise you as soon as I know. Thank you for your patience."

A note from Basin Recreation: "Please be advised that Basin Recreation has received notice from FFSL that the weather is forecasted to be favorable for burning the remaining slash piles in Toll Canyon on Monday, November 4. The crews will be in the canyon all day and into the evening. The area will remain open during the burning."
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Summit Park3 weeks ago
Please be aware that the power outage tomorrow is still scheduled to happen despite very cold temperatures. Many concerned residents and the HOA have reached out to the power company but they are not rescheduling. Stay warm, neighbors! https://www.kpcw.org/post/tuesday-power-outage-summit-park-will-go-scheduled-despite-cold-tempratures

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