This summer, CONNECT Summit County is focused on bring people together in safe and meaningful ways to reCONNECT after the pandemic. On Tuesday, June 29th, CONNECT Summit County staff, board members, and volunteers turned out to paint the street outside of CONNECT’s office with CONNECT’s brand colors. This was a part of a larger program by Park City called People First Streets to narrow streets, slow traffic, and create safe spaces for pedestrians and cyclists. You can read more about the fun day in this article from TownLift.
We are so grateful to the volunteers who came out on this hot, sunny day to put paint to pavement and help CONNECT the community! Check out the awesome street art on the corner of Gold Dust and Sidewinder. Learn more about volunteer opportunities with CONNECT Summit County on our events calendar.
If you’re looking at helpful tools to overcome social anxiety and help others ease back into socialization, check out this blog update about reCONNECTing after the pandemic!