Park City’s Main Street transforms to a pedestrian district Sundays through September 25 (excluding August 7, 14 and 21) as merchants expand into the street to welcome visitors. 

In addition on lower main guest can enjoy the Park Silly Sunday Market is an eco friendly, open-air market and street festival. It is a treasure box that features unique and eclectic-local and regional arts and crafts, music and performance art, antiques, imports and one-of-a-kind finds, delicious gourmet foods, and farmers market fruits and vegetables.returns to lower Main making the Park City's historic district the place to be on Sunday's throughout the summer.


The easiest and most convenient option for drive-in visitors is to park for FREE at Park City High School and take the City Bus (also free!) to Main Street.  There is limited paid parking available in the China Bridge parking structure and the Old Town area.  Be sure to read all posted signs - parking fees, time limits or residential permit requirements are strictly enforced by the City.  

Buses from Park City High School to Main Street from 6:30am to 11:30pm.

  • Yellow and Red Routes running at a 15-minute frequency
  • Masks are required through September on Park City Transit due to Transportation Security Administration (TSA).
  • A Transit Shuttle will be running on Swede Alley and Park Avenue on Sundays from 7am to 7pm.
Ground Transportation Companies and the general public can drop off passengers at:
  • City Hall Parking Lot, accessed from Marsac Avenue (South Lot)
Drivers must remain with the vehicle.
  • Paid Parking $5/hour from 10 to 5 p.m., max $18. The first hour is free in China Bridge.
  • At 5pm all rates return max stays at $18. pm, norm
  • ADA Parking is available in Swede Alley and China Bridge Parking Garage.
  • Employees can park in Sandridge Lots (will fill early) and Business Parking Permits in North Marsac.
  • Entry to China Bridge Parking Garage is only from Marsac Avenue, exit on Swede Alley.
  • Bike Parking is available at PSSM Bike Valet at 9th Street or bike rack locations around Main Street.