Hannah Tyler Joins Deer Valley As Vice President Of Resort Planning

Hannah Tyler has joined Deer Valley Resort as the new vice president of resort planning. Hannah brings an extensive background centered in land use policy and community development. In her role at Deer Valley, she will maintain and strengthen community and governmental relationships to ensure alignment of business objectives with community responsibility.

“Hannah’s experience in land use policy paired with her deep knowledge of the resort and town made her the ideal candidate and we are thrilled to have her join the Deer Valley team,” said Interim Resort President and Alterra Mountain Company COO Mark Brownlie. “Her local planning expertise is a valuable contribution, especially during such a monumental time in the resort’s history as we work to complete Deer Valley’s visionary 40-year master plan and create a modern and convenient world-class base area at Snow Park.”

Hannah earned her Bachelor of Science in Urban Planning and Master of Science in Architectural Studies from the University of Utah. She was the senior land use planner and community development special projects manager for Park City Municipal before leaving to start her own company, CUTBOW Development + Consulting. Hannah’s firm specialized in advisement on land use entitlements, real estate development, community development and municipal land use planning and worked for many notable Utah-based projects, including Deer Valley’s Snow Park Village, Sommet Blanc in Empire Pass, several residential and commercial development projects in the Park City area, and municipal planning in the Salt Lake Valley.

Hannah’s leadership and volunteerism experience within Park City is robust, she is a graduate of Park City Leadership Class 25, served on the Park City Historical Society’s Glenwood Cemetery Board, was a member of the Preservation Utah Historic Properties Committee and participated in many committees for Park City Municipal Corporation. She currently is the vice-chair of the City of San Clemente’s Planning Commission and looking forward to returning to Park City with her family.

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