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Nordic Village

Welcome to Nordic Village, a beautiful Deer Valley, Park City, Utah neighborhood situated within close proximity to Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain Resort and The Canyons Resort.

Historic Main Street, where you’ll find wonderful restaurants and shops, is just a short walk or drive away. Exhilarating downhill skiing, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing can be enjoyed at a variety of nearby locations. And Park City’s lakes and streams, parks, tennis courts, miles of hiking, running and biking trails, along with outdoor concerts and other amenities celebrate the summer mountain experience to the fullest.

The Nordic Village Homeowners Association is proud of our community and continues to research ways to enhance our neighborhood. We are also committed to keeping this website current and useful.

This website is provided as a resource to current and future residents. Contained in these pages are the documents and programs that support the Nordic Village Homeowners Association. We will publish news, contact information, meeting reports and pertinent information. Here also each resident can give input to our HOA. We hope you find the contents of this website helpful.

New email address: Carina (Kathleen) Bachman, Secretary/Treasurer, can now be reached at admin@nordicvillagehoa.com

SPECIAL NOTICE

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SPECIAL NOTICE
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, ANY AND ALL NANSEN COURT AND
AMUNDSEN COURT STREET PARKING WILL BE SUBJECT TO
TICKETING AND/OR TOWING BY PARK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT.
NOISE COMPLAINTS WILL ALSO BE DIRECTED TO PARK CITY POLICE
DEPARTMENT FOR ENFORCEMENT.

Despite our very clearly posted No Street Parking signs on Nansen Court and Amundsen Court,
multiple vehicles have been in violation, especially during holidays and during Sundance Film
Festival when many homes are often rented. These vehicles are not only blocking driveways
and making it impossible to enter or exit properties, they have barely left room for one vehicle to
drive down the road. When this occurs, THE GREATEST CONCERN TO HOMEOWNERS AND
TO THE CITY OF PARK CITY IS THAT THERE IS NO POSSIBLE WAY FOR EMERGENCY
VEHICLES TO ACCESS THIS STREET.
Trash and snow removal vehicles are also unable to
perform their duties when street access is blocked.
Additionally, during these times, loud, late parties often occur, along with fireworks being set off,
disturbing the peace of all residents and quiet guests and violating Park City Municipal Noise
Ordinance Code.
Our residents have been reluctant to call the police as they desire all guests to enjoy their stay,
but over the past several years, despite repeated requests for all homeowners’ cooperation and
compliance, this issue has escalated to the point of necessitating enforcement by Park City
Police Department and Park City Municipal Corporation. They have been informed of the
situation and are prepared to take action if and when necessary.
Be advised that the following item is included in the CC&Rs of the Nordic Village HOA:
“Each homeowner is required to park on their property and provide sufficient driveway
space for extra cars to ensure parking of vehicles in the common area does not occur.”
Nansen Court and Amundsen Court are designated common areas. It is the responsibility of
each homeowner to adhere to the requirements set forth by the HOA, and to ensure that renters
are well informed and also adhere to the regulations. It is advised that a copy of this letter be
sent to your property management company, and that regulations also be clearly posted
in the home for renters.

Also, note that guidelines for trash can/recycling bin removal and storage, including potential
implementation of fines for non-compliance, are outlined on our website. We encourage you to
review the Minutes from the 2016 meeting for more detailed information, along with the CC&Rs,
on the Resources page of the website.
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