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PROMONTORY CONSERVANCY

News & Updates for 2018
Gated Community Park City Utah

VISITOR REGISTRATION

Help Us Keep Our Gates Secure And Our Roads Safe!  – Dwelling Live

In response to the numerous requests we have received from owners, please be aware that effective immediately, we will be more diligent in enforcing our guest entrance policies.  As always, we need to monitor who is admitted to our private community.  Homeowners are asked to place the names of their anticipated guests in the Conservancy’s Gatehouse Management system via Dwelling Live, or call the Gate with the name of your visitor.  435-333-4035.

Our Guards will make every effort to contact the owners, however, any guest whose name does not appear on the guard list or the guards cannot verify with the homeowner, the guest may be turned away.

The Conservancy will also be monitoring all traffic and will be enforcing the Conservancy Rules of the road …PLEASE SLOW DOWN, and please don’t pass ….. Thanks for helping us keep everyone at Promontory SAFE!

Deer Park City Utah

DRIVE SLOW. PROTECT OUR WILDLIFE.

One of the best things about living in Promontory is sharing our space with incredible wildlife – rabbits, porcupines, squirrels, and especially this time of year, deer and elk. While we love seeing them in our yards and open space, seeing them on our roads is a different story. Each animal reacts differently to approaching cars and it’s best to let the animal clear the road first before passing. PLEASE, for your safety and the preservation of our animals, use caution and SLOW DOWN.

Dog Park Park City Utah

KEEP PROMONTORY SAFE & FAMILY-FRIENDLY

Reminder that, pursuant to the CCR’s and the Conservancy’s Policy Regarding Pets, owner’s pets are not permitted to roam free on Promontory grounds at any time. Accordingly, please keep all animals on leashes when exploring trails and properly contained when at home. For those that neglect to do so, the Conservancy Board will be forced to take enforcement action pursuant to its policies, as the safety of all Promontory residents is always our top priority. Any interaction between the native wildlife (elk and the like) and pets who are running unattended could be very dangerous.

Promontory Sunsets

DRIVING THE STREETS OF PROMONTORY

All vehicles driven on Promontory Roadways must be driven by a licensed driver. Although they are gated, Promontory’s streets are made subject to the traffic laws of the State of Utah by these rules. Traffic laws may be enforced by the Summit County Sheriff’s Department and violations are also subject to penalties imposed by the Conservancy. ATVs, snow mobiles, and the like shall never be driven on Promontory’s open space, trails, and/or golf courses.

No Rv Parking Sign

DRIVEWAY PARKING

Please reserve the driveway space at your home for parking conventional automobiles only. Non-conventional vehicles and recreational toys, such as motor homes, campers, boats, trailers, motorcycles, must be parked in your garage so as to be completely hidden from view or at an off-site storage facility. Recognizing the need for some flexibility, the Conservancy will allow a one-hour window wherein these items may be parked in the driveway for loading, unloading, and cleaning.

Drones Dumpsters And Guns

DRONES, DUMPSTERS & FIREARMS

Promontory Drone Policy – Please be advised Of the drone policy

Community Dumpsters are available to all members and owners at the Equestrian Center.

PLEASE REMEMBER: “Firearms and all other weapons of any kind are not permitted on Club Property at any time except when carried by security or law enforcement personnel on active duty.”

Mountain Lions In Park City Utah

TIPS FOR WALKING THE TRAILS

  • Bring water, wear the right shoes, sunscreen, & a hat
  • Always hike with another person.When you are out on the trails you may see wildlife. Blue birds, birds of prey, deer and elk as well. We have a habitat that sustains a wide variety of wildlife. With this in mind, it is also important that you keep your dog on a leash at all times, not only for your pet’s protection but, also for the safety and well-being of the wildlife around us. At no time (unless you are at Promontory’s dog park) is your pet to be unleashed.
  • Coyotes are not uncommon and from time to time we can also have cougars. It is important that we all take the time to educate ourselves about living with wildlife. The State of Utah DNR has a great website that does just that. Should you ever see coyotes, badgers, or cougars here at Promontory, please call or email Joe Ellis and let him know the location so that we may report such sightings to the DNR immediately for advice and help.
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