On April 27, 2023, the PSPOA membership approved with 75% yes the next phase of the Master Plan, a $1.6 million assessment. The no vote was 12% with 13% not participating. 

Work will likely commence later this summer and continue into 2024. The Power Point Presention is AVAILABLE HERE

The voting package is AVAILABLE HERE

An information meeting attended by about 30 was held  Wednesday, April 5, at the Board of Realtors on Prospector. Also at that meeting was city presentations on water rate increases and flooding prevention.

The Master Plan presensentation from that meeting is AVAILABLE HERE

The City Water Rate presentation is AVAILBLE HERE:

The City Flood Preparation presentation is AVAILABLE HERE: 




Presentation for Download

Powerpoint PDF 


The 2022 Annual Meeting will be Monday, July 25, at the Park City Sheraton at 4 p.m. The meeting packet is available HERE:  

A PDF of the Presentation is available HERE:  2022 PowerPoint Report to Members



Parking Rules and Regulations Adopted for Prospector Square

Prospector Sign

In 2019 new Parking Rules and Regulations were updated. Although mostly a clean-up of language, it also recognizes that Prospector Square is becoming busier. All overnight parking passes longer than 28 days will be issued by Prospector Square (free of charge). Any vehicles with sleeping quarters are discouraged. To review the new regulations, please see the attached links:

Summary of Parking Rules

Detailed Rules and Regulations

Overnight Parking Permit Application

Sundance Parking Pass, Lots C & J


Improvement Project

Poison Creek lane

Prospector Square has completed Phase 1 and last year Phase 2A was completed witht the reconstuction of Berrett Lane from Gold Dust to Poison Creek. In addition Lot G was rebuilt in late 2020. To date, $2 million has been spent since 2018 in updating Prospector. Next up is determining how to fund the balance of the improvements called for in the Master Plan.

View Master Plan >

Our Neighborhood

Since 1974, Prospector has nurtured Norman Rockwell-esque living for locals while embracing visitors with genuine Park City hospitality. This is community at its best. Neighbors chat over coffee. Visiting skiers find truly local and reasonably priced places to dine. And businesses – from veterinarians and accountants to salons and bistros – bustle.

The location is spectacular. Hop on the free city bus and arrive at the ski resorts or Main Street within minutes. Walk or ride the Rail Trail to

Carriage House

Old Town or veer off the paved path to miles upon miles of mountain biking or hiking terrain.

Prospector is a thriving hub with its own distinct, neighborly vibe and remarkable accessibility to everything there is to love about Park City.


Prospector Square Property Owners Association - PO Box 680344 - Park City, Utah 84068

(888) 832-1262 for property management concerns