Historic Park City Alliance Hosts Annual Member Meeting

For Immediate Release

Park City, UT (May 23, 2019) The Historic Park City Alliance (HPCA) announces the 2019 Annual Member Meeting to be held Thursday, May 30 from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. at the Rockwell Room, 268 Main Street. Main Street property owners, business owners, and employees are invited to attend.

“The Annual Meeting invites member merchants to learn more about the Historic Park City Alliance and the focus of the organization,” explains Michael Barille, HPCA Executive Director. “Input from members at the Annual Meeting is used in planning and execution for the coming fiscal year.”

The HPCA Board of Trustees, along with key members from Park City Municipal Corporation, will be hosting the annual Main Street Merchant Meeting Thursday May 30, 2019 from 4pm - 6pm. 
The open house format will provide Main Street property owners, business owners, and employees with an opportunity to speak with various Historic Park City Alliance staff and board members. Member feedback is important to help the HPCA represent the wants and needs of the Main Street Merchants. 
Information will be provided on the following topics:

  • Budgets / Financials
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Parking Data
  • Trash and Recycling Contract and Services
  • City Housing, Transit, and Events
  • Board of Trustee Nominations

The mission of the Historic Park City Alliance is to promote, enhance and encourage an atmosphere that is beneficial to the businesses of Historic Park City and the community while informing and building consensus among property owners, merchants, and governmental agencies.

Media Contact:

Meisha Ross



About Historic Park City: The Main Attraction

With a thriving business district that boasts more than 250 shops, lodges, restaurants, resort and cultural activities, art galleries and signature events, it's no doubt that Historic Park City is "The Main Attraction."

The Historic Park City Alliance (HPCA) is dedicated to promoting Park City's Main Street and surrounding area as a viable, vital and dynamic place to live, work and play while also encouraging business development and enhancing activities that benefit the district.

Nestled in the valley bordered by Deer Valley Resort on one side and ski in, ski out access to Park City Mountain Resort on the other, it is the heart and soul of our mountain town and the epicenter of all that is fun and spontaneous. Historic Park City serves as the backdrop to Park City's annual marquee events including the Sundance Film Festival, Park City Arts Festival, and Savor the Summit. Favorite locals' activities on Main Street include the Park Silly Sunday Market and Friday Night Gallery Stroll.