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Here are some facts about this beautiful area that may be useful to you as you consider purchasing Park City Real Estate.

Park City

Park City History

Founded in the mid-1800s after soldiers discovered silver in the surrounding hillsides, Park City has a long and storied history. It first established itself as a mining town, then made the successful transition to year-round resort where families and visitors stay and play side-by-side. Though the official city limits encompass just 17.6 square miles, its extended community includes the areas found on the west side of Summit County. From Promontory and Hwy 40 to the east, to the neighborhoods north of I-80, to Summit Park to the west and Deer Valley to the south, Park City is both a geographic area and a lifestyle that residents hold near and dear to their recreation-loving hearts.

Local Community

Park City enjoys one of the most diverse communities in the state. Many residents have relocated here from throughout the U.S. and the world. The wide range of housing options allows residents to work and live in the same area–an anomaly among many other resort towns of the same caliber. Workforce housing has long been a priority for city and county planners. Many subdivisions offer moderately priced choices to protect the opportunity for just about anyone to purchase a piece of this Wasatch Mountain paradise.

Many consider Park City to be a bedroom community of Salt Lake City. With easy access via I-80, the commute is less than half an hour from many areas of town. It can be far quicker to travel from Park City to Salt Lake than from neighborhoods to the north and south of Utah’s capital. Salt Lake is frequently lauded for job growth, especially in the tech industry. The town itself is home to a variety of international companies, including Rossignol, and SkullCandy.

The Larger Region

Eastern Summit County–which includes the communities of Oakley, Henefer, Coalville (the county seat), Kamas and Francis–is primarily agrarian. There you’ll find the classic wide-open spaces and abundant ranches of the West. If you’re looking for a simpler way of life, you’ll enjoy the abundance of small town charm and sense of community, from fairs and rodeos, to the serene Wasatch-Cache National Forest.



Rocky Mountain Power
Toll Free: (888) 221-7070

Natural Gas:

Questar Gas – Dominion Energy
Toll Free: (800) 323-5517
Local: (435) 654-6620
1165 S Main St.
Heber City, Utah 84032


Snyderville Basin Reclamation
Local: (435) 649-7993
2800 Homestead Road
Park City, Utah 84098
Office Hours: Mon – Fri 8am – 4:30pm


Park City Municipal Corp. (Park City Proper)
Toll Free: (877) 750-4333
Local: (435) 615-8311
P.O. Box 1480
Park City, Utah 84060

Mountain Regional Water Co. (Snyderville Basin)
Local: (435) 940-1916
6421 North Business Loop Road, Suite A
PO Box 982320
Park City, Utah 84098

Gorgoza Mutual Water Co.
Local: (435) 649-7948
7950 Pinebrook Road
Park City, Utah 84098

High Valley Water Co.
Local: (435) 645-8415
7310 Pine Ridge Drive
Park City, UT 84098

Summit Water Distribution Co.
Local: (435) 649-7324
8506 Bluebird Lane
Park City UT 84098
Office Hours: Mon – Fri 8am – 4:30pm


All West Communications
Local: (435) 783-4361
50 W 100 N, Kamas, Utah 84036
Office Hours: Mon – Fri 8:30am – 5:30pm
Local: (877) 299-0946
Office Hours: Mon – Fri 7am to 9pm, Sat 9am to 3pm
Comcast – Xfinity
Toll Free: 1-800-XFINITY
Local: (800) 934-6489
1890 Bonanza Dr, Suite 101
Park City, UT 84060
Office Hours: Mon – Fri 9 am – 6 pm


Park City Recycle Center
Local: (435) 649-9698
1951 Woodbine Way
Park City, UT 84060
Office Hours: Mon – Sat 8am – 5:30pm


Republic Services Inc.
Local: (435) 615-8311
4144 Atkinson Rd
Park City, Utah 84098


US Postal Service
Toll Free: (800) 275-8777
2100 Park Avenue

Park City, Utah 84060
Office Hours: Mon – Fri 9am – 5:30pm, Sat 9am – 1pm