The Week of January 6, 2023
Conservancy News & Events
New This Week
Conservancy Board of Directors Election
The Conservancy thanks all who participated in the Board Election. We want to congratulate John Irvine and Mitch Manassa on their successful campaigns. They will fill the two vacant seats for the next two-year term. We also want to thank Leslie Larson for her dedicated and insightful service for the past term.
Slide into Winter at Luke Ridge Tubing Hill
Hours of Operation
Friday – Sunday | 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Open Monday, January 16th for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Tubing for owners and members is included as part of your monthly dues. Daily guest use fees apply for your accompanied guests ($15/person or 10-punch pass available for $100. Guest passes may be purchased in person at the tubing hill check-in inside the Beach House).
Waivers are required to use the tubing hill, please sign below.
Member Gate Approach
A new homeowner gate has been installed to prevent multiple entries on one scanned tag. The reader has been moved closer to the gate arm so please cautiously pull forward to trigger the gate. For safety reasons, we request that members remain aware and drive at a reasonable speed when entering through the homeowner side. Please direct any questions regarding the gate to Aaron Burton at (480) 577-7532 or via email below.
In Case You Missed It
Conservancy Dues Payments
Homeowners can make Conservancy Dues payments by ACH. To set this up please email our Accounts Receivable Department below, and they will be able to help you.
Nordic Skiing at Promontory
Nordic Ski Course on the Nicklaus Driving Range is being groomed and is now open! Please note that NO PETS are allowed on the Nordic Ski Course for the safety of all participants. Bring your own ski gear and come enjoy the new trails. We will be scheduling a free clinic very soon if you are interested in learning more about the sport.
The course consists of two loops and two out and back trails:
- Handshake Loop – .86 miles
- Fist Bump Loop – .43 miles
- High Five Trail – .96 miles (out and back)
- Bear Hug – 1.14 miles (out and back)
Check out the map below.
Promontory Conservancy Winter Snow Removal
This week brought our first snow of the season, which means it is once again time to refresh on best practices and protocols for Promontory snow conditions.
The Promontory Conservancy and its snow removal contractors make it a priority to be responsive during and immediately after a storm. The Conservancy has contracted with three separate snow removal companies for various roads and neighborhoods within our community, and utilizes its own internal team as well to help keep Promontory’s roads clear. Response time to individual streets and neighborhoods will depend on several factors, including timing and duration of the storm.
The best way to contact the Conservancy related to snow removal issues is by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. This email is monitored consistently throughout the day during and after snow events.
Please take a moment to read the rest of the letter below.
Guest Gate Access & Visitor Policy
In response to the state of pandemic and to better monitor access to the community, the Conservancy’s Board of Directors has approved a change to public access through the gates. The gates will “close” at 7:00 pm. At that time, members of the public (i.e., not visiting a specific owner, not an approved vendor, just wanting to drive through) wishing to enter the community would be turned away. When gates are “open” (6:00 am-7:00 pm), members of the public wanting to drive through will be entered into a log with name and vehicle information and issued a pass to travel through to the other gate only.
During all hours, legitimate guests will be allowed access if a pass has been created by an owner-host or if the host can be contacted by telephone when the guest is at the gate. If the host cannot be contacted, the guest would be turned away. Gate staff will continue to follow protocol for real estate visitors to ensure limited disruption of showings.
As such, it is extremely important for Promontory owners to do two things:
- Please enter a Gate Pass Request on the Member website or app for ALL guests ahead of their arrival.
- Please provide a good phone number so you can be contacted if a pass has not been entered. Guests will be turned away if you cannot be contacted.
To add or update a phone number, please submit it to:
Equestrian Gate: (435) 333-4035 | Main Gate: (435) 333-4030
Trash Pick up
On trash pickup day, please keep all trash inside your dumpster, with the lid closed. Please DO NOT leave cardboard boxes, furniture, or anything else that won’t fit in the dumpster on the ground – the truck drivers will not stop to collect anything outside the dumpster. If your weekly trash is more than will fit in your dumpster, please contact Republic Services (435-615-8311) for another dumpster.
Please use your own garbage and recycling containers for garbage and recyclable materials. If you have more than your containers can handle, please DO NOT dispose of trash or recyclable materials in any dumpsters or trash bins located in Promontory. This includes but is not limited to dumpsters or bins near club facilities and construction sites.
- Momentum Recycling offers at home glass recycling pick-up for $12/month! For more information & to sign-up click here.
Recyclable materials can be taken to Recycle Utah in Park City.found Information can be found here.
- For excess household garbage, Summit County has a landfill located east of Promontory. Information for the Three Mile Canyon Landfill can be found here.
Some years ago Summit County created a system to provide phone, email, and text messages regarding emergencies. The system was upgraded such that anyone who previously signed up will need to sign up again.
The alert center also provides information about non-emergency matters in and about Summit County.