Each Wednesday, from June 5th through mid-October, Canyons will once again host Park City's Farmers' Market from 12:00pm - 6:00pm
in the Cabriolet parking lot. Stop by for fresh produce, fresh baked bread and arts and crafts from local vendors. Please Note: There will be no Market on Wednesday, July 3rd due to the resort's July 3rd Celebration. The Market will be moved to Thursday, July 4th instead.
From June 5th - September 25th, the Cabriolet lift will be open from 12:00pm - 6:00pm to take guests into the Resort Village that are looking to shop, dine and enjoy our many activities.
For vendors interested in participating in the Park City Farmers' Market, please contact the Farmers' Market at 435.671.1455 or visit Park City Farmers' Market.
SUMMIT COUNTY PUBLIC INFORMATION NOTICE: CANYONS RESORT DRIVE & LOWER VILLAGE ROAD CONSTRUCTION PROJECT
Please pardon the dust as Summit County and Canyons Resort continue to enhance the overall experience for its guests. While we understand that this new project may cause some challenges here in the short term, the overall completion of the round-about and other enhancements will significantly upgrade our existing infrastructure.
Summit County is preparing to begin the construction of the Lower Village Road which will connect Canyons Resort Drive to White Pine Canyon Road, and construct a new round-about intersection at Lower Village Road and Canyons Resort Drive. The project will begin on or about June 1, 2013. The project is scheduled to be completed by the first part of October.
The new Lower Village Road within the project limits will be closed to all traffic until complete. Canyons Resort Drive will remain open at all times, however the road may be reduced to one-way traffic through the new round-about intersection during working hours. An alternative access to the Cabriolet parking lot for the Farmers' Market and other events will be provided through the Bus Loop around the 7-11 convenience store. Detours and access signs will be posted. White Pine Canyon Road will also remain open at all times, however the road may be reduced to one-way traffic through the new intersection during working hours.
We would appreciate your patience during the construction of this project. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this proposed project, please contact Derrick Radke, Summit County Engineer at 435.615.3293, or by email to: email@example.com
, or the Engineering Department at 435.615.3250.