Heber City

Heber Has Active Political Season

Jun 15, 2017

With candidate filing windows closed, Heber City has plenty of candidates interested in running for the Mayors seat and for the 2 open council seats.  Carolyn Murray has more:

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The Heber City Planning Commission denied a request by the Karl Malone car dealership to turn an adjacent property into an employee parking lot.  And the debate centered around what is best for downtown Heber in the long run. KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:  

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The Tour of Utah just announced the route for this year's race and Park City isn't on the list.  However, Heber City is. The Tour dates this year are July 31 - August 6.   The race will start in Logan, then head to Brigham City and Snowbasin for Stage 2.  Stage 3 will feature individual time trials in Big Cottonwood Canyon.  South Jordan will host Stage 4.  Stage 5 will be in Davis County, starting in Layton City and ending in Bountiful.  Stage 6 will be in Heber Valley at Soldier Hollow and end at Snowbird.  The final stage will be in Salt Lake City.

A request by Karl Malone car dealership to turn a residential property into a parking lot was continued by the Heber City Planning Commission last week.  KPCW’s Renai Bodley has the story:

The Karl Malone car dealership in Heber City wants to put an employee parking lot in a residential area where a 19th century home is now.   There will be a public hearing Thursday  night.  KPCW’s Renai Bodley has more:

Click here to see a link to the Heber City staff report on the proposed rezone, including maps of the proposed change.

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A large crowd turned out for a public hearing about the proposed form base code in Heber City.  More than 300 residents attended.  And it appears the majority of them didn't like what they heard.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has more:

Doe and fawn in alfalfa field by Dustin Stettler, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources on 3-31-07.

In response to an increase in wildlife calls and concerns in the Heber Valley, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is holding a public open house Wednesday, June 1.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has more:

Heber City Council passed a resolution opposing expanding or upgrading the city's airport.  And another airport resolution is on the agenda for Thursday night's meeting.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:

A sewage line construction project is one million dollars over budget in Heber City.  That, combined with a big growth spurt, has prompted city leaders to propose a hike in sewage impact fees.  There's a public hearing on the matter Thursday, February 4th.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:

Heber City leaders are trying to determine a new look and brand for the city, and they say citizen input is essential.  They held a public open house last week and they've planned another one in January.  KPCW's Renai Bodley talked to Heber City Planning Director Tony Kohler about the process:

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