Your Street Should Align with Your Values

Park City is rolling out a series of neighborhood and streetscape improvements that aim to enhance and reimagine the traditional role of streets and roads in our mountain town. For several decades, cities and towns have prioritized vehicle through-put and parking vehicle storage above all else – streets were designed to park our cars and get us from point a. to point b. quickly.

Park City’s values have evolved over time. The recent Community Visioning process indicated that residents support a reprioritization of our long held values. There is a new desire to create neighborhood-centric streetscapes that elevate pedestrian safety and walkability, increase bicycle and public transit access, and offer a more welcoming environment by way of public art elements, creative crosswalk designs, and a host of natural elements (plants, flowers, trees, etc.).

Park Avenue, from the Harvest restaurant to Jans and Cole Sport, has long been considered by the City for a major street reconstruction project. Street reconstruction is expensive and you live with the results for decades. So now is the time to get involved, help us rethink Park Avenue and create an environment that better aligns with the values of your neighborhood!

This fall, 2020, City Council is considering a pilot improvement program to test out new street ideas and concepts. Please review the information below, take the survey to help us prioritize your values, and express your vision and desired outcomes for the future of Park Avenue.

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* 1. Do you own or rent a property on Park Avenue?

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* 2. How do you currently use Park Avenue? Select all that apply.

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* 3. How important is on-street parking to your use of Park Avenue?

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* 4. How important is a designated bike lane to you?

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* 5. How important is pedestrian walkability to your use of Park Avenue?

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* 6. How innovative should City transit options be?

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* 8. How important is a residential parking permit program to you?

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* 9. Which street use design is most exciting to you?

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* 10. In your own words, what are the things that you like most about the design you selected above?

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* 11. Please rank your priorities for the street, understanding that not all options can be implemented and space is limited. The top of the list will be your first priority, the bottom of the list will be your last priority.

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* 12. In your own words, what are the things you would like to see most improved on Park Avenue?

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* 13. To stay informed with project updates, please provide your email address

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* 14. I live on:

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