North Village Zone Will Take More Public Comment
The Heber City Council public meeting will meet this Tuesday beginning at 6 PM. The work meeting begins at 4. The North Village Overlay Zone is on the agenda and will be open for public comment for a fourth hearing.
Heber City Council continues to seek public input on the decision to amend the code for the North Village Overlay Zone. It’s currently under Wasatch County jurisdiction and has density approvals already in place.
Heber City Council members are divided on when to approve the zone change which would happen in anticipation of annexing the land into Heber City. Council Member Heidi Franco has posted concerns about the development’s impact on ground water quality, stormwater runoff, and well and spring protections. She wants these issues to be addressed in the zone amendment before council approved the NVOZ.
Development in the hills north of Heber City has already been approved. Heber City Council Member Ryan Stack says regardless of annexation, the impacts to Heber City will be significant. There are multiple steps in the process, which includes approving the NVOZ. Stack says he wants to see a stormwater plan in place before he would approve annexation.
Other agenda items include possible approval of the Lofts at Deer Haven and the subdivision concept for Power Park Condos. The council will consider an ordinance adopting the Heber City Parks, Trails and Open Space Master Plan.
https://www.heberut.gov/256/Agendas-and-Minutes can be found on KPCW.org.