SACC Steering Committee Members:
Sierra Nevada Alliance
Rocky Mountain Wild
Yellowstone Coalition, The
Wilderness Society, The Lands
Council, Seventh Generation Fund
for Indian Development, Biodiversity Legal Foundation, Wild Wilderness, Wildlands CPR, Soda Mountain
Conservation Northwest, Siskiyou Regional Education Project,
Wilderness Workshop, Idaho
Conservation League, Colorado Mountain
Club, California Wilderness
Coalition, American Lands
Alliance, WildEarth Guardians, Native Forest Council, and the Western Wildlife
Park City Mountain Resort
The Ski Area Citizens' Coalition encourages you to visit Park City Mountain Resort and also requests that you
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Maintaining Ski Terrain Within the Existing Footprint 30
2 Preserving Undisturbed Lands from Development
Maintaining Development within Currently Disturbed Lands 20
Avoiding Road Construction on Undisturbed Land 8
Maintaining Parking Lot Construction within Currently Disturbed Lands 3
Protecting or Maintaining Sensitive, Candidate, Threatened or Endangered Species and Their Habitat 22
4 Preserving Environmentally Sensitive Areas
Protecting or Preserving Mature, Late Successional or Old Growth Trees 9
Protecting or Preserving Unique Geologic Formations 3
Protecting/Preserving Unroaded or Roadless Areas 9
Protecting/Preserving Wetlands 9
Preserving Water Quality 12
Retrofitting old facilities with low flow 3
Installation of low flow in new facilities 3
Addressing Global Climate Change
Climate Change Policies
Position Statement 5
Greenhouse Gas Inventory 5
Park City Mountain Resort has used several methods to monitor greenhouse gas inventory...
A 12KW vertical axis wind turbine and a 5KW solar array is being installed now....
Generating clean, renewable energy on-site 10
Park City Mountain Resort purchases 100% of energy consumption in RECs.
Purchasing wind, solar, geothermal 3
Employing energy efficiency retrofits to lighting 3
Employing energy efficiency retorefits to heating/boilersInstallation of energy efficient lighting 3
Installation of energy efficient lighting, heating, insulation, power supply, etc. in new facilities 3
Implementing a no-idling policy 3
Increased snowmaking and source of water 5
Environmental Policies and Practices
Gallons per acre foot 10
Replacement of old and/or energy inefficient snowmaking guns 5
Providing incentives for carpooling for guests and/or use of mass transit 3
Providing incentives for carpooling for employees 3
PCMR has a special parking lot away from the base where our employees park and for...
Promoting or sponsoring commuter buses and shuttles from off-mountain sites to the ski area 3
We actively support and promote the use of Park City’s public transportation system...
Environmental Policy Positions and Advocacy
Not opposing any environmentally progressive local, state, or federal policies or legislation 5
Actively supporting environmentally progressive local, state, or federal policies or legislation 5
"Although we are on private land we do have a forest management plan developed for...
Adhering to a green building policy or commitment. 2
Waste Stream Management
Recycling customer use products 3
Recycling non-customer use products 2
Reusing or using recycled building materials 2
Composting food waste or other products 2
Using non-disposable products for food service 3
One facility uses paper plates. All others use washable dishes and silverware....
Purchasing recycled office and food service paper products 3
Preferentially purchasing local products (i.e. food, office supplies, building supplies from local businesses) 2
Use of cleaner burning, fuel efficient 4-stroke snowmobiles 2
Providing funding or other support to a local philanthropic foundation for environmental protection/conservation/sustainability purposes. 2
Environmental Education 2
Park City Mountain Resort has opened fully functional and interactive exhibits both...