ANNUAL MEETING HELD JULY 19, 2023
The 2023 Annual Meeting was Wednesday, July 19, at the Park City Sheraton at 4 p.m. The meeting packet is AVAILABLE HERE:
A PDF of the Presentation is available HERE: 2023 PowerPoint Report to Members
MEMBERSHIP APPROVES PHASE 3 MASTER PLAN ASSESSMENT
On April 27, 2023, the PSPOA membership approved with 75% yes the next phase of the Master Plan, a $1.6 million assessment. The no vote was 12% with 13% not participating.
Work will commence in July on Lot E and continue into 2024. The Power Point Presention is AVAILABLE HERE
An information meeting attended by about 30 was held Wednesday, April 5, at the Board of Realtors on Prospector.
A SPECIAL OWNERS MEETING, Oct. 12, 2022 was also held to discuss Master Plan Options. The Presentation is Available for Download HERE:
Parking Enforcement/Changes Ramping Up for Winter 2023/24
Prospector Square Property Owners Association (PSPOA) has contracted with Interstate Parking to do parking enforcement on the 11 lots that PSPOA manages, effective Dec. 1. In addition, the PSPOA board last week approved updates its Parking Rules and Regulations HERE.
Interstate Parking already has a presence in Park City. They manage the paid parking at Park City Mountain Resort and recently took over parking management at Solitude and Brighton.
Here are some of the changes you can expect:
-- New signage at the entrances as well as at time restricted stalls.
-- Better defined time restricted stalls with some modest expansion. Time restricted will be primarily two-hours with a few 30-minute stalls. Time restricted will be long buildings in Lots A, B, C, H, I and J. A map of the time restricted stalls is available HERE. Time restricted stalls will have no overnight parking (11 p.m. to 6 a.m.) to better facilitate snow removal.
-- Time restricted and overnight parking with a pass will be enforced. Fines can be as high as $149. Initially there will be warnings; but by mid-December there will be fine enforcement with repeat offenders subject to tow.
-- The Sheraton garage will be restricted to ten specialized passes, available in one-year increments at $960. Other PSPOA passes will not be honored in the Sheraton garage. Due to construction, the garage is down 30 percent of its stalls thru mid-summer 2024. Parking for Sheraton Guests will be encouraged in the garage to take pressure off of Lot J. Parking Pass applications NOW AVAILABLE HERE. Passes will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis.
-- For the time being, overnight parking will continue to use the orange stickers for more than 30-days while overnight guests will continue to use paper passes now in use. At some point, PSPOA expects to move to an online system that will require everyone to re-register their vehicles.
-- Fleet parking fees are increasing Dec. 1, and those with fleets (defined usually as more than three vehicles) are being notified this week.
-- Special targeting of illegal parking including park and ride, skiers catching the bus and Aspen Villa parking.
-- Overnight parking passes will be limited by bedrooms. Two bedrooms or less can receive two passes; Three bedrooms can receive three passes.
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UNDERGROUND PARKING GARAGE: In addition, PSPOA has available secure underground parking under Lot D, available at $100/month, minimum six-months paid in advance. Sometimes a wait list does exist but stalls are currently available. Please FILL OUT THIS APPLICATION.
Master Plan Improvement Project
Prospector Square completed Phase 1 in 2018 and in 2020 Phase 2A was completed with the rebuild of Lot G in partnership with Kensington Investment Company. Phase 2B, the reconstruction of Berrett Lane from Gold Dust to Poison Creek was completed in 2021. To date, $2 million has been spent since 2018 in updating Prospector. As mentioned above, Phase 3 was recently approved, bringing the total Prospector Square investment to over $4 million. The work plan was developed as part of the Master Plan developed in 2015.
Board Adopts Common Area Use Policy for Dining and Construction; Garbage Fines Increased
In October 2022, the PSPOA Board of Directors adopted a new Common Area Use Policy for Dining and Construction. That new policy is AVAILABLE HERE.
In addition, at the June 2023 board meeting, the PSPOA increased illegal dumping fines to $500 for first offense with second offense being reported to law enforcement authorities. No garbage from outside Prospector Square is permitted, including any garbage from homes managed by property management firms. Oversized items can not be placed in or near the dumpster and must be taken to the regional landfill near Rockport.
PSPOA Board of Director Meeting Minutes
Since 1974, Prospector has nurtured Norman Rockwell-esque living for locals while embracing visitors with genuine Park City hospitality. This is community at its best. Neighbors chat over coffee. Visiting skiers find truly local and reasonably priced places to dine. And businesses – from veterinarians and accountants to salons and bistros – bustle.
The location is spectacular. Hop on the free city bus and arrive at the ski resorts or Main Street within minutes. Walk or ride the Rail Trail to Old Town or veer off the paved path to miles upon miles of mountain biking or hiking terrain.
Prospector is a thriving hub with its own distinct, neighborly vibe and remarkable accessibility to everything there is to love about Park City.
Prospector Square Property Owners Association - PO Box 680344 - Park City, Utah 84068
Office Located at: 1670 Bonanza (Second Floor/Park Record Building), Suite 205
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