FAQ

Service and Utilities

The association does not cover any utilities. Please contact the appropriate utility companies to establish new services.
 
POWER
Rocky Mountain Power
P.O Box 1508  
Park City, Utah 84098
Phone: 888-221-7070
 
WATER
Mountain Regional Water
PO Box 982320   
Park City, Utah 84098 
Phone: 435-940-1916
 
GAS
Dominion Energy
753 Honda Park Drive
Bluffdale, UT 84065 
Phone: 435-649-0670
 
SEWER
Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation 
2800 Homestead Rd, Park City, UT 84098
435-649-7993
 
GARBAGE
Republic Services
435-615-8311
 
INTERNET
Centurylink 
Phone: 435-649-6186
 
Wicked Fast 
Phone: 435-287-4444
 
*The HOA does not have any involvement with internet services.
 
MAILBOX SET UP
Park City United States Postal Service
Address: 1764 Uinta Way Ste H1 
Park City, Utah 84089 
435-655-8037

Snow Removal

Where can I park during the winter?
Please only park vehicles in approved parking stalls or garages. There is no parking on the county/city roads and alleyways from November 15 to April 15. There is limited parking in designated bump-outs along Silver Creek Drive and in front of the Village Green Park. Please be courteous and only utilize those areas as temporary parking (see rules and regulations). There are additional bump-outs that are designated for snow storage in the winter and are marked with signage. Vehicles found parked in violation will be towed.
 
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ASSOCIATION'S GOVERNING DOCUMENTS, MOTOR VEHICLES MUST BE PARKED IN A GARAGE OR RESIDENTIAL DRIVEWAY.
MOTOR VEHICLES OWNED BY GUESTS OF AN OWNER, TENANT, OR OTHER RESIDENT MAY BE PARKED IN THE DRIVEWAY ON A LOT.
 
What happens to the piles of snow in storage areas?
Due to the limited snow storage areas, the association has added “Snow Haul Away” to the budget for snow piles exceeding 5’ in height.
 
Will my driveway be shoveled?
During the winter, single-family homes that do not pay a secondary assessment (BSA) are responsible for clearing their personal driveways, walkways, and gutters. The county plows and maintains the county/city roads.
 
Do I live in a Benefited Service Area (BSA)?
 
 
Why is there still snow in my gutter?
Snowplows often leave some snow debris on the side of the roads and alleyways due to the blade angles, length of road/alleyway, and amount of snow accumulation being pushed. This is to be expected. PLEASE DO NOT SHOVEL SNOW INTO ALLEYWAY OR ROAD IF THE PLOW HAS ALREADY CLEARED SNOW. This is not allowed, creates a mess, forms ice, and will not be re-plowed.
 
Why is there ice in my alleyway?
Alleyways installed with concrete instead of asphalt are more costly and challenging to maintain in winter (asphalt alleyways can be pre-treated for snow, but concrete breaks down with continued treatments). Snow accumulation in concrete alleyways melts much slower than asphalt and requires ice melt instead of salt. Ice melt is much more expensive than salt, and more ice melt is required on cement because of the continued freezing. 
 
Why do the condos have different snow operations?
The condos are part of a sub-association managed by a separate entity from the Master Association. Their snow operations are handled separately. Depending on their board’s direction, they may have higher assessments and a different level of approved services. 
 
 

What are the assessments and fees?

Master 2024 Monthly Assessment Rates:
 
Single family detached units    $99.00
Townhome units                     $49.00
Condominium units                 $49.00
Apartment units                     $24.00
 
Benefited Neighborhood 2024 Monthly Assessment Rates:
Please contact management for any of the following BSA assessment rates at info@silvercreekvillagecommunity.com

Parcel 2 (Single Family)                                 
Parcel 2 (Townhome)                                   
Parcel 5 (Single Family)                                
Parcels 6 & 7 “Skyscape” (Single Family)        
Parcels 6 & 7 “Skyscape” (Townhome)           
Parcel 8 (Single Family)                                
Parcel 8 (Townhome)                                    
Parcels 13 & 16 (Single Family)                     
Parcels 13 & 16 (Townhome)                          
Elk Springs (Single Family)   
                         
Sub-Association (District) Monthly Assessment Rates:
(Please contact individual Sub-Association management companies for Sub-Association Assessment rates and reinvestment fees).

 
Resale Fees
  • Resale & Disclosure Fee $245.00
  • Utah Pay Off Fee $50.00
  • Reinvestment Fee: 
    • 1% GSP (builder to owner)
    • 1% GSP (owner to owner)
  • Working Capital
    • $297.00 (Single Family) or
    • $147.00 (Townhome) or 
    • $147.00 (Condominium) or 
    • $72.00 (Apartment)
  • Transfer Fee $123.00 (only applies to builder to owner sales)

Mailboxes

Mail and mailbox keys are handled directly by the USPS. Please visit the main Park City post office to request keys or mailbox locations within Silver Creek Village. 

How can I receive electronic statements instead of statements through the mail?

What are eStatements?
 
eStatements are electronic versions of your community association account statement. These statements are traditionally distributed by postal mail, but eStatements will arrive in your digital inbox instead.
 
How do I sign up to receive e-statements?
 
A unique code is listed on your paper statement. Please check the statement for this link or contact info@silvercreekvillagecommunity.com

Sub-Association Info

There are two Sub-Associations within Silver Creek Village.
 
1. Central Village Condominiums
(Addresses 6617 and 6599 Serviceberry Dr.)
Managed by Community Solutions and Sales
Phone: (801) 955-5126 (after hours emergencies only: 801-413-9850)
 
2. theVILLAGE at Silver Creek
(Addresses 6523 and 6495 Serviceberry Dr.)
Managed by IamHOA
Manager: Sara McConkie
801-893-1755
sara@iamhoa.com

Is Trash Service Included in my HOA dues?

Trash service is not included in the Master HOA dues, and new homeowners must request garbage and recycling cans through Summit County.
 
 
Bulk trash or dumpsters are provided for some addresses within the condo and apartment buildings within the Sub-Associations. These homeowners will not need to request garbage cans from the county.

What school district is Silver Creek Village in?

Silver Creek Village is in the South Summit School District.
 
Elementary School
 
 
Middle School
 
 
 
High School
 


Community Location:

6611 Old Forest Dr.
Park City, UT 84098

Contact Us:

Community Manager
385-338-5631

CCMC Division Office
3300 N Triumph Blvd. Suite 100
Lehi, UT 84045

Office Hours:

Monday-Friday: 9am - 5pm

Closed Saturday and Sunday