People-First Streets

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Since the mid-20th century, American cities have been overwhelmingly designed for the automobile first, creating streets and public places that are unsafe and uninviting to bike, walk, and socialize in. People around the world are taking back their streets using tactical urbanism—demonstration projects using temporary and inexpensive materials—to show how inviting our public spaces can be.

Park City Municipal is launching People-First Streets to give residents an opportunity to engage in city-sanctioned tactical urbanism. We have heard residents’ desires for bold action and safer streets.

Through this program, residents will lead projects, in partnership with City staff, to temporarily change local streets into places that put people first.

Check back soon for opportunities to provide feedback on existing People-First Streets projects.

Learn more here about how to lead your own People-First Streets project.



Since the mid-20th century, American cities have been overwhelmingly designed for the automobile first, creating streets and public places that are unsafe and uninviting to bike, walk, and socialize in. People around the world are taking back their streets using tactical urbanism—demonstration projects using temporary and inexpensive materials—to show how inviting our public spaces can be.

Park City Municipal is launching People-First Streets to give residents an opportunity to engage in city-sanctioned tactical urbanism. We have heard residents’ desires for bold action and safer streets.

Through this program, residents will lead projects, in partnership with City staff, to temporarily change local streets into places that put people first.

Check back soon for opportunities to provide feedback on existing People-First Streets projects.

Learn more here about how to lead your own People-First Streets project.