Many Park City Restaurants have opened or are in the process of re-opening. We are so excited to go support our local restaurants again! They are limiting the amount of people and taking extra precautions with cleaning, and creating barriers/space between tables. Many have outdoor seating so you can enjoy the beautiful mountain summer. See the link below to get the low down on which Park City restaurants are open and their hours.
Spring cleaning is a chance to reset everything in your home. It’s a chance to catch up on all the cleaning tasks you’ve been meaning to get to or to do the ones that niggle at you. Instead of laying awake wondering when you last cleaned your mattress, for instance, spring cleaning is the nudge you need to get it done and get the idea out of your head. In addition, deep cleaning once a year staves off bigger problems, like a mold takeover of your grout. You can clear dust and grime from areas that hardly ever see the nozzle of a vacuum cleaner attachment. By the time spring cleaning is finished, your home will feel so fresh and clean—a state of habitation that will serve you well.
SkyRidge is an premier Mountain Community with 483 single-family homesites on 670 acres overlooking the Jordanelle. With easy access to Park City Historic Main Street, Deer Valley Resort, and Salt Lake City International Airport, this is the place for families, friends, and future generations to create lasting memories. SkyRidge offers year-round activities and an outdoor lifestyle with the perfect balance of convenience, privacy, and luxury. The spirit of SkyRidge is reflected in its sense of community, dedication to open space, well-designed homesites, and beautiful amenities. Contact us today for more information.
Hosted by Park City Community Foundation, the Community Response Fund helps strengthen our community and respond immediately to crisis situations such as the current novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Community Response Fund is offering flexible resources to organizations in our area working with communities who are disproportionately impacted by coronavirus and the economic consequences of this outbreak.
We are conducting business, just not business as usual
Even before concerns of the corona virus hit the market, mortgage rates were down compared to a year ago, creating a more advantageous position for buyers. In the face of COVID-19, the greatest challenge facing the market is still the lack in inventory. Before the virus, the market was already competitive, but with more sellers deciding when to list given the circumstances, the gap is widening. However, as of right now, we are still seeing plenty of market activity.
Here's what we're seeing:
Mortgage Rates Are Near All-Time Lows
Listing inventory is rising but still low
Considering listing? There are still active buyers (let's talk)
Many organizations have asked employees to work remotely during the coronavirus outbreak. If you've never worked from home, this can be a challenge. For those new to remote working, here are some tips on how to make it work.
Cut yourself some slack. Working from home can be a big transition. You might feel any combination of lonely, isolated, stressed, frustrated, anxious, unmotivated, or -- on the other hand -- relieved, relaxed, energized, or productive. It's all OK and normal. Any transition takes time to get used to, so try to be easy on yourself.
Take scheduled breaks. Try setting an alarm to get up and stretch every hour or so. (Standing desks, which at home may mean perching your laptop on top of a bookshelf, also pay
COVID 19 Impacts Park City - These Restaurants are Open for Curbside Take-out
Our community joins many across the world in a unified effort to reduce the impacts of COVID-19. Summit County Health Deparmtent has determined that the closure of a wide variety of venues is critical to minimize further community spread. As a result, the county has prohibited all dine-in food service. Restaurants are permitted to offer take-out through curbside or drive-thru service.
We will we continue to monitor and support our area restaurants. Currently, the following restaurants will be offering curbside takeout service:
11 Hauz: Open for normal business hours. Place online orders here. (435) 200-8972.
Duke’s Park City: Meal drop-off and pick-up options.