Posts Categorized: Park City Community

Shop In Utah to Support Local Businesses

Depending on where you live or the industry in which you work, the pandemic has left its mark in widely varying ways across the globe. For Park City and all across the Wasatch Back, while real estate sales are booming, restaurants and independent retailers have felt the brunt of the crisis to the extent that… Read more »

Flying out of 2020 with The New SLC

With so much of our lives put on hold over the past six months, projects and events that stayed on track despite the pandemic are an even greater cause for celebration when they come to fruition! That was certainly the case with the Sept. 15 opening of the newly-constructed Salt Lake City International Airport terminal,… Read more »

What Will School Look Like For Local Students This Fall?

Sending students back to school this fall while COVID-19 numbers continue to grow in some areas of the country is arguably one of the most contested topics across the U.S. right now. Though there is still concern from some parents and teachers about how schools can safely return, local school districts in Summit and Wasatch… Read more »

Settling into Post-Quarantine Life in Park City

Much has been said about the “New Normal” we’re experiencing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the ways local eateries, presenters and nonprofits have adapted to this could become a preferred mode of engagement for many over the next few months, particularly for those who are not quite ready to venture out among the masses… Read more »

Home Is: Park City

It is safe to say that the last several weeks have impacted all of us. We miss loved ones and friends, school and playdates, skiing and happy hours. Inspired by the thought of “What is Home?”, the amazing Summit Sotheby’s in-house videography team stopped by the Utah homes of our sales associates, management and staff… Read more »

Helping PCEF Continue Mission-Critical Services During COVID-19

As the weather warms and our community begins to slowly and carefully emerge from its Shelter in Place, we must remember that this pandemic is likely to continue to impact some of the most vulnerable members of community for the next few months, including our local students. For nonprofits on the frontlines, the fiscal implication… Read more »

Supporting the Community by Supporting Each Other

As one of the hardest hit communities in the nation by COVID-19 – and following the shelter-in-place order by Summit County – we’re all a little shaken by what our present and future holds for ourselves and our beloved ski town. Birthday parties, Spring Break plans and weddings have been cancelled. Prom and graduation are… Read more »

Ways to Stay Sane While Homeschooling

If you’re like many parents across the globe, you’ve suddenly been thrust into the world of homeschooling your students, yet with very little time to prep, mentally or organizationally. Trying to find the balance between continuing important instruction during the next five weeks (minus one week for Spring Break – yay!) while maintaining a positive… Read more »