Knudsen's Corner - click here for location map

For additional information and project updates visit Knudsen Park Project

Over the past four months, City staff along with the consultant team of Hughes General Contractors, E.A. Lyman Architects, and Naylor Wentworth Lund Architects have worked with residents and the City Council to create a conceptual site plan for the development of Knudsen Park. The conceptual plan was approved by the City Council on December 7, 2017. The next step in the design process is the adoption of the Knudsen Park Small Area Master Plan (SAMP), which will formally make the Park plan part of the City’s General Plan.


Planning Commission
Knudsen Park SAMP Public Hearing
Monday, January 8, 2018

City Council
Knudsen Park SAMP Public Hearing
Thursday, January 18, 2018

After the SAMP approval, the Planning Commission, with technical support from City staff, will review the detailed construction documents. Knudsen Park construction kickoff for major site features is expected to begin March 2018 with a projected opening date in mid to late Fall 2018. More details available on the City’s website, www.cityofholladay.com, and the project website, www.knudsenpark.com.

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An area immediately south of the corner of Holladay Boulevard and 6200 South - has been a longstanding community landmark and important site of pioneer history in Holladay for several decades. The City of Holladay was recently awarded $2.7 million dollars from the Salt Lake County ZAP Recreation Bond to develop the 8-acre site into a new public amenity, Knudsen Park. The City, in partnership with residents, a Stakeholders Group, and the design-build consultant team of Hughes General Contractors.   The park will highlight the area's unique history and existing natural amenities while providing new recreation facilities for residents of all ages.