FAQ’s about MT2030

How do I attend the Mountain Towns 2030 Net Zero Summit?

The Net Zero Summit 3-day conference – from Wed Oct 2 – Fri Oct 4 – is an invitation-only event for city & municipal government officials and climate-oriented NGO’s and businesses.

For invited guests, the 3-Day Summit passes are priced at $300 each (for 1-4 people per group) and $250 each for groups of 5+. Click the CONFERENCE REGISTER button in the menu above to be redirected to the registration page for Mountain Towns 2030.

How do I buy tickets to see Jane Goodall?

About 700 tickets will be made available to the public for the Mountain Towns 2030 Opening Night event, featuring Jane Goodall.

Tickets for Opening Night are $20 for Adult general admission and FREE for students currently enrolled in K-University. Please click the OPENING TICKETS button at the top of the page or click here.

*Note that conference-goers with the 3-day Summit Pass do not require an additional ticket for Opening Night

What are the lodging options for Mountain Towns 2030?

Stay Park City is the official lodging provider for the Mountain Towns 2030 Net Zero Summit. Click the Lodging button in the menu above (or here) to search a diverse selection of lodging options at guaranteed lowest rates. Most attendees will arrive on Tue Oct 1 and depart on Fri Oct 4 or Sat Oct 5.

Where is Mountain Towns 2030 taking place?

The conference & workshop sessions on Wed & Thu will be at the Jim Santy Auditorium at the Park City Library. Map link is here.

The Opening Night event, featuring Jane Goodall, will be at the Eccles Center at Park City High School. Map link is here.

Who do we contact for Media Inquiries?

We welcome media to the MT2030 event. There will be an MT2030 Opening Night Press Conference on Wed Oct 2 (time TBC). Please email us at [email protected] for more information.

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