Today, we cover:
- Mosquito Safety Information from the Summit County Health Department
- Summit Envisions Learning Series
- Public Input Opportunity for the State’s Long Range Transportation Plan
- Jana Kramer in Concert
As a result of increased moisture this winter and spring, Summit County has seen an unwelcome increase in mosquito populations. The Summit County Mosquito Abatement team has partnered with Vector Disease Control Inc. to implement an efficient technique to mosquito abatement using cutting-edge drone technology. The Mosquito Abatement team disperses traps throughout Summit County to test for potential infections. In Summit County, no mosquitoes have been reported to have the West Nile virus in over 10 years.
Although there have been no reported case of West Nile in our county, it’s still important to reduce your risk for mosquito bites. Dispose or drain standing water in your yard and protect yourself with long-sleeved clothing and various types of EPA registered insect repellents that contain DEET, picaridin or oil of eucalyptus when outdoors. If you experience symptoms like fever, body aches, or swelling beyond the bite site, consult a healthcare professional.
Summit Envisions Learning Series
Earlier this week, Our Summit, the County’s year-long community visioning effort, hosted a Summit Envisions Learning Series event centered around AFFORDABLE HOUSING.
Missed this week’s event? Don’t worry! The second Summit Envisions Learning Series is happening THIS coming Monday, July 17 and will focus on TRANSPORTATION. Attendees will hear from the County’s Transportation Planning Director and Executive Director of High Valley Transit before launching into a hands-on scenario-based activity. The event will take place from 6-8 PM at the Blair Education Center, located at 900 Round Valley in Park City.
THEN, on Tuesday, July 18, the third and final Summit Envisions Learning Series will take place, focusing on OPEN SPACE + RECREATION, at the Ledges Event Center, located at 202 Park Road, in Coalville from 6-8 PM. Attendees will hear from the County’s Open Space + Natural Resources Director, as well as from some of our Planning Department who deal with land use issues in the County every day!
You definitely don’t want to miss out on these events. To learn more and register for free, please visit oursummitcounty.com.
UDOT Public Comment
The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) has released the Long-Range Transportation Plan for public comment. The plan details rural Utah’s anticipated transportation needs for 2023 to 2050 and includes a list of proposed projects to address the outlined needs.
The opportunity to provide input on the plan and prioritized projects will continue through July 25, 2023.
To review the plan and provide comments, please visit udotinput.utah.gov/udotplanning. For information on UDOT’s Long-Range Transportation Plan in Spanish, please visit udotinput.utah.gov/udotplanning-es.
Jana Kramer in Concert
BIG NEWS! Jana Kramer is coming to the Summit County Fairgrounds in Coalville on August 19th! With special guests Josh Kelly and Jagertown and tickets starting at just $10…this is a don’t miss exciting night of entertainment!
Jana Kramer is an actress, ACM award-winning country music singer and a New York Times best-selling author. She is known for her role as Alex Dupre on the television series One Tree Hill. Kramer began her musical career in 2012 with the release of her self-titled debut album, Jana Kramer, which was followed by her sophomore album, Thirty One, in 2015.
Kramer won ‘New Female Vocalist of the Year’ at the 2012 Academy of Country Music awards and in 2015 was nominated for ‘Best Female Vocalist of the Year’ at the ACMs. She’s spent the last year focusing on her career and family. She continues to record her award winning iHeart Podcast, Whine Down with Jana Kramer and has recently launched a specialty wine line, One Brick Wines.
As a One Tree Hill fan, I know I’m super excited to see her in concert! To learn more about the event and to buy your tickets, please visit summitcounty.info/janakramer.