Summit County Fairgrounds Master Plan 

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PROJECT GOALS

Summit County is engaging in a redevelopment and expansion of the County Fairground property. The goals of this project are as follows: 
1. Replace and improve functionally and structurally outdated buildings.
2. Upgrade and correct utility infrastructure.
3. Increase year-round utilization of fairground and associated activities.

PROJECT NEWS - PHASE I APPROVED!


On March 15, 2017, the County Council approved Phase I of the Fairgrounds Master Plan. The Master Plan incorporates feedback received at the Open House held in September of 2016 and review by the Summit County Council on October 12 and March 15, 2017.  DraftPlan_13Oct2016

PROJECT INFO


Project Schedule (Revised - 25 August 2016)
Existing Conditions Maps & Photos
Fairgrounds Alternatives
Preferred Alternative and Phasing Plan
Draft Master Plan with Phasing Plan and Detail of Livestock Bldgs

PUBLIC MEETINGS



Alternatives Review - August 12-13, 2016 (County Fair)

Existing Conditions
Fairgrounds Alternatives


Preferred Alternative Phasing Plan


Preferred Alternative and Phasing Plan



STEERING COMMITTEE MEETINGS


Meeting #1 - June 2, 2016, 9 a.m.


Committee Meeting #1 Agenda
Committee Meeting #1 Notes


Meeting #2 - June 23, 2016, 10 a.m.


Committee Meeting #2 Agenda
Committee Meeting #2 Notes


Meeting #3 - July 14, 2016 (All-Day)
Focus Group Meetings

Meeting #4 - September 7, 2016, 10 a.m.
Alternatives Review

Meeting #5 - September 21, 2016, 9 a.m. 
Preferred Alternative Review


WHO DO I CONTACT?


Matt Jensen 435-336-3041

PROJECT BACKGROUND

Since the late 1940’s the Summit County Fair has been held in Coalville and has become a signature County event that not only provides an opportunity to showcase the livestock and farming traditions, but a time for residents and visitors to come together as an extended community. Over the years the Fair has expanded and the 18-acre site is unable to accommodate the burgeoning event. Recently, the County decided to purchase land adjacent to the current fairgrounds, north of Chalk Creek, and has allocated approximately five million dollars for development and improvements including better parking accommodations, redesigning poorly-performing aspects of the site, and integrating the fairgrounds as part of a new and engaging park setting.