A few days ago we wrote that we believe the Park City School District should move their Kearns Campus to east of Highway 40, between Home Depot and Quinn’s Junction. We believe eventually all Park City Schools could be housed in this area. The move would benefit a number of people including students, teachers, the county, Park City, school administrators, and the public in general. However, we didn’t have anywhere specific in mind to house the campus, other than “east of Highway 40”.
A thoughtful citizen contacted us and said, “have you ever heard of the Triangle Parcel?” We said that we had heard of the Bermuda Triangle. The citizen then came down to our level and said, “you know where the alpacas are, on the east side of Highway 40?” Oh yeah. Now we were communicating. They then informed us that this 111 acres is jointly owned by Summit County and Park City. What? WHAT?
Yes. Perhaps the perfect location for a school campus is already owned by two big benefactors of such a move.
We realize this property is still in the South Summit School District, but many things about this crazy concept aren’t seeming quite as crazy.
We still don’t think it will happen, but it’s Friday, so why not dream BIG?