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Toll Canyon Open Space – 2018 Slash Pile Reduction Project

January 23, 2018 UPDATE: The planned control burn in Toll Canyon will occur on Thursday, February 22, 2018. Project Description The Snyderville Basin Special Recreation District (the District) has been actively engaged with several partnering entities to advance forest management activities among the District’s forested open space lands. Through a strong collaborative effort between federal, state, local agencies and non-profit conservation organizations, forest…
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Big Thanks to Our Park Ambassadors

September 28, 2017 Basin Recreation's Park Ambassador Program is comprised of an all-volunteer group that promotes community stewardship and facilitates essential communication between the Park City and Snyderville Basin residents and Basin Recreation. We are encouraged by the success of this program as it shows just how much our community cares about the area parks, trails and public events. Volunteers help Basin Recreation…
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Basin Recreation Fieldhouse Now Using Renewable Energy

September 14, 2017 The Snyderville Basin Recreation District Fieldhouse is now able to offset around half the energy it uses in its new expansion with renewable power. Due to a recently-completed solar power system installed on the building's 20,000-foot expansion, the solar energy generated now offsets the energy used by the new wing by 50 percent. The 266-panel solar array, funded in part…
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Fire Mitigation in Toll Canyon and Summit Park Open Space Properties

September 12, 2017 Basin Recreation's Trails and Open Space is proud to announce another partnership with the Utah Department of Natural Resources Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands (FFSL) to mitigate the risk and hazard of wildfire on Toll Canyon and Summit Park Open Space properties. The project, which is planned to begin, pending fire crew availability, Wednesday, September 13, 2017 will…

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Have you seen Gus the Moose, the new sculpture at Willow Creek Park? Check out how some community partners are working to provide a friendly reminder for local residents and visitors to take care of our planet and “Leave No Trace” while enjoying nature. Recycle Utah Sundance Film Festival Dell Lacy Maxwell Experiential ... See MoreSee Less

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