Seasonal Worker Resources

Each year, Park City and Summit County welcome seasonal workers from across the country and the world to work at the resorts, in our hotels, restaurants, shops, and more. Seasonal workers are an integral part of our workforce each winter, making it possible for our visitors and locals to enjoy the season here in Park City.

Below you will find a comprehensive list of the services and activities available to seasonal workers in the Park City/Summit County area.

Housing Resources

There are several affordable communities in the area. The organizations listed below have collected rental property information but do not manage the rental properties. Please get in touch with the management offices directly with questions or to be added to housing waitlists.​

Seasonal Workforce Housing Resources
Tenant Resources

Mountain Mediation Center can help provide solutions when disagreements arise between landlords and their tenants. Mediation can help avoid eviction or other costly legal processes. Click here to learn more.

Long-Term Rental Housing Resources & Affordable Housing

Spanish Speaking Resources

L.O.C.A.L: A guide for the Latino community that lists agencies that provide services, support, and aid to Spanish speakers. 

Una guía para la comunidad latina que enumera las agencias que brindan servicios, apoyo y ayuda a la comunidad latina.

Tina's Bakery is available to assist and answer questions for Spanish-speaking workers. 435:731.8156



The easiest way to get around in Park City is by using the free public transportation options.

Park City Transit

Park City Transit provides fare-free public transportation through 9 bus routes, 75 full-time and seasonal operators, and 50 vehicles to help transport residents, visitors, festival-goers, and employees year-round within the Park City city limits.

Visit the Park City Transit website (Spanish) to find bus routes and schedules, and use the bus tracker and interactive map.  

High Valley Transit

High Valley Transit offers fare-free transportation throughout the Wasatch Back region. Services include micro-transit, an on-demand transit service serving Kimball Junction and surrounding areas; the 101, a high-frequency route between Jeremy Ranch and Deer Valley; the 102, a commuter route between Francis, Kamas, and Old Town Transit Center; the 103, a shuttle within Kimball Junction; the 104, a shuttle serving the Bitner neighborhood; and the 105, a shuttle serving Canyons Village.

How to use micro transit:

  1. Download the High Valley Transit app. Search "High Valley Transit" in the Apple Store or Google Play to download.

  2. Book your ride through the app, and you will be matched with nearby passengers and vehicles to create quick and efficient trips. Then, you will receive an ETA and be able to track your vehicle in the app.

  3. The app will direct you to a "virtual bus stop," usually a nearby corner. We offer wheelchair-accessible vehicles and door-to-door service for those with limited mobility.

Ride On App

Looking for ways to improve your commute? Find neighbors who live and work near you on Park City's carpool matching platform, Ride On Park City! You can also join our incentive programs which reward you for choosing sustainable transportation options.

How to Participate:
  1. Visit and click on GET STARTED.

  2. Sign in and complete your commuter profile.

  3. Check out your commute options and explore potential ride matches.

  4. Log your alternative trips to earn points toward commuter rewards.

  5. Download the “Commute Tracker by RideAmigos” app in your App Store or Google Play.

Utah Transit Authority PC-SLC Connect Bus

The PC-SLC Connect (Park City to Salt Lake City) is a bus service that runs between Salt Lake City and Park City. Visit the UTA website for bus route information and to purchase tickets.

UDOT (Road Conditions / Travel Alerts)

For up-to-date traffic and road conditions, visit the UDOT Traffic or download the UDOT Traffic app in the App Store or Google Play. 

Healthcare & Mental Health

There are several healthcare options in the Park City/Summit County area.

Intermountain Park City Hospital

900 Round Valley Drive
Park City, UT 84060

Intermountain Park City Hospital is a full-service community hospital, Trauma IIII designated center. Key services include Emergency Services, Women and Newborns, Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Cardiology, Sports Medicine, Inpatient Care, ICU, Surgical Services, Laboratory, Imaging, Physical Therapy, and Concierge Health.

People’s Health Clinic

650 Round Valley Drive
Park City, UT 84068

People’s Health Clinic is a volunteer-driven, community-supported non-profit clinic providing high-quality, no-cost healthcare to uninsured residents of Summit and Wasatch Counties in Utah.

Services include preventative care, management of chronic illness, health-risk assessments, emergency department and hospital follow-up, personalized counseling on healthy lifestyles, immunizations, and screening tests.  

Summit County Health Department

The Summit County Health Department serves Summit County residents. Services include low-cost vaccines, medical testing, cancer screenings, diabetes care, and more. Visit the Summit County Health Department website for more information.

Park City Office: 435-333-1500
(Round Valley) 650 Round Valley Drive, Park City, Utah 84060

Coalville Office: 435-336-3234
85 North 50 East, Coalville, Utah 84017

Kamas Office: 435-783-3161
110 N Main, Kamas, Utah 84036

Connect Summit County

Connect Summit County works to provide Summit County community members with free educational programming, assistance in navigating the mental healthcare system, financial assistance for therapy, mental health awareness campaigns, access to providers, access to support groups, and advocacy for system changes.

Services include Mental Health Resource Guide, toolkits, Peer Navigation Team, and more.

Resources & Services

Christian Center of Park City

The Christian Center of Park City (CCPC) operates food pantries in Park City and Heber Valley. These food pantries provide free food to anyone in need in Summit and Wasatch counties. Pantry customers receive two grocery visits per month. At each visit, customers may choose food for the total number of people in their household. Proof of residency in Summit or Wasatch county is required at each visit. Click here for details.

The Christian Center of Park City thrift stores is a great resource for finding affordable clothing, furniture, appliances, and more.

Each Tuesday night starting on January 10, 2023, CCPC and community organizations will host a home-cooked dinner followed by fun activities. Details to come.

Park City
Pantry Hours: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm, Monday - Saturday

Thrift Store Hours: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Saturday

Location: 1283 Deer Valley Drive
Park City, UT 84060

Phone: 435.649.2260

Heber Valley
Pantry Hours: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm, Monday - Friday

Thrift Store Hours: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Saturday

Location: 55 E Center Street
Heber City, Utah 84032

Phone: 435-657-9493

Park City Municipal

Park City Municipal New Resident Guide lists information on local utilities, schools, government services, and more. Details here.

Law Enforcement & Emergency Services

The Park City Police Department and Summit County Sheriff's Office provides law enforcement services throughout our community. In the event of an emergency, dial 9-1-1. 

Park City Police Department

445 Marsac Avenue
Park City, UT 84060

For non-emergencies: 435.615.5500

Tip-a-cop: 435.615.5555

Summit County Sheriff's Office

6300 Justice Center Road
Park City, UT 84098

For non-emergencies: 435.615.3600

Things to Do

Employment Resources

The Department of Workforce Services provides temporary assistance programs for individuals, including unemployment and disability services. Click here for more information.

Local Job Boards


Park Record


Utah Service Industry Shenanigans

Utah Hospitality Jobs

Seasonal Connect


PC Municipal Job Boards