About Stansbury Park
Stansbury Park is a planned community with many amenities included a lake, golf course, observatory, and many neighborhood parks. The Park was found in 1969. The Park is named after the explorer, Captain Howard Stansbury who helped survey the Great Salt Lake in the 1850's.
The Stansbury Park Community Association (SPCA) is made up of volunteers to sit on the board as officers and trustees. These volunteers serve two years in their elected offices. Elections are held each year at the May meeting. Volunteers are always needed to help with the many activities that are hosted by the SPCA. Participation in many of the activities require a voluntary payment of annual dues. Some of the annual activities include Stansbury Days in August, Clean-up Days in the Spring, Easter Egg hunts, and visits with Santa. Other events include gardening and finance classes.
Businesses are located at the north end of the park and on Village Blvd. A full service day spa is also situated at the north end of the park.
Baseball, soccer, swimming, golf are some of the recreational activities available in the Park. Many neighborhood parks in the Park are within a short walk from wherever you may live.
The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) regulates the CC&R's of the park. Any building or remodeling of a residence must first be approved by the ACC.
Stansbury Park has two elementary schools and a high school which opened in 2009.