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YARD AND HOUSE CLEANUP TIME – SUMMIT PARK’S 2024 COMMUNITY-WIDE DUMPSTER DAYS IS NOW SCHEDULED FOR JULY 13th and 14th

The Summit Park Homeowners Association is pleased to announce that it will be holding the community’s annual Dumpster Days on Saturday and Sunday, July 13th and 14th, between the hours of 8:00 AM and 6:00 PM on Saturday and 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Sunday.  A little advice, but once all dumpsters are filled, we will be forced to close it down, so best not to wait until the last minute if you plan on taking advantage of Dumpster Days.  19 large dumpsters will be provided FREE to all current members of the Summit Park HOA for all types of trash, refuse, and other solid wastes (including green waste, scrap metal and cardboard).  If you are not currently a 2024 member, you may join “at the door” by paying the membership fee of $50.00 (cash, check or Venmo payments accepted).  Dumpsters will once again be located near the corner of Maple and Crestview Drives.  Liquid wastes, hazardous materials, old tires and televisions, mattresses, large appliances, and batteries will not be accepted.  Items in good condition that may be useful to others, such as used tools, toys, ski equipment and various furniture and household items, can be placed in the “repurpose” area for others to look over and take for free.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!  We desperately need volunteers to help with check-in in and provide general assistance.  If you can give a little bit back to your local community – not to mention attracting really, really good karma – please click on the following link to sign up in two-hour time slots.  Multiple time slot sign-ups are appreciated too!  And thank you so much if you can help out.  Signing up is easy via SignUp Genius through this link:  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0C44A8A72CA1F5C61-49792343-summit .  See you at Dumpster Days 2024!

 

Parley’s Canyon Watershed Restoration Project

The Parley’s Canyon Watershed Restoration Project, which is part of Utah’s Watershed Restoration Initiative (WRI), is currently underway in an area extending from above Summit Park to Parley’s Canyon and down through the canyon towards the east side of the Salt Lake Valley.  This and past phases of this project have proven successful at improving stream habitats and diversity, as well as decreasing the risk of wildfire and weed invasion by reducing fuel sources.  WRI will be active in clearing brush and small trees, often involving chain saws and related equipment, between the hours of approximately 6:00 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. each day during the week with activities extending through the month of June.  The project is not at the same scale as the mastication treatment previously applied in this area.  Slashed material will be burned during the next winter/early spring season.

 

Summit County Announcement: Open Burn Season is open now through May 31. Note that both unincorporated and incorporated areas where burns are to take place require a permit. Details on how to obtain a permit as well as information about wildland fire in Summit County are available at https://summitcounty.org/561/Fire-Warden. Please take a look at the Wildfire Guide co-published by Summit County and Park City for more information here.

 

The Summit Park Homeowners Association is pleased to provide its members with the 2024 edition of the Association’s newsletter, the Park Lark. It may be viewed or downloaded here.

 

COMMUNITY INFORMATION

Building Construction and Architecture

Evacuation Planning

Important Contact Information

Open Fires & Fireworks

Open Space and Trail System

Outdoor Lighting & Dark Sky Ordinance

Pets

Short-Term Nightly and Vacation Rentals

Snow Removal and County Right-of-Way

Street Parking & Speed Limit

Tree Bounty Program

Wildfire Mitigation Grant

Wildfire Threat and Fire Mitigation Efforts

Wildlife



Recent News and Posts

The Summit Park Homeowners Association is pleased to provide its members with the 2024 edition of the Association’s newsletter, the Park Lark. It may be viewed or downloaded here.

 

COMMUNITY INFORMATION

Building Construction and Architecture

Evacuation Planning

Important Contact Information

Open Fires & Fireworks

Open Space and Trail System

Outdoor Lighting & Dark Sky Ordinance

Pets

Short-Term Nightly and Vacation Rentals

Snow Removal and County Right-of-Way

Street Parking & Speed Limit

Tree Bounty Program

Wildfire Mitigation Grant

Wildfire Threat and Fire Mitigation Efforts

Wildlife