Heber Airport

Following the Airport Master Plan kickoff meeting Heber City leadership issued some commitments as they go through the airport master plan process.


Around 150 Heber Valley citizens attended the Heber Valley Flightpath kick off meeting on Wednesday evening. The meeting included an introduction of the Airport Master Plan update and a timeline outlining the steps leading to its eventual completion. The estimated completion of the nine-step process is Summer 2021.


View from above the Heber Airport, in the photo is the airport with several planes parked on the tarmac and a view of the Wasatch Mountains in the background.
Heber City

Heber City is updating their Airport Master Plan, as part of that process the city is inviting the community to participate in the plan starting with the public Kickoff meeting Wednesday from 6:00-8:00 pm at Heber Valley Elementary School.

Wasatch County Fire District

A plane slid off the runway at the Heber City airport Thursday morning.


image from the cities new website
Heber Valley Flight Path .com

As part of Heber City’s efforts to update the airport master plan, the city has launched a new website to inform the public of the process.


View from above the Heber Airport, in the photo is the airport with several planes parked on the tarmac and a view of the Wasatch Mountains in the background.
Heber City

As Heber City prepares for The Heber Airport Master Plan Update, they’ve released an informational video.


Heber Airport Museum

Heber City Council approved a grant agreement to fund the Airport Master Plan update at Tuesday’s city council.

Heber City Council’s meeting Tuesday included discussion around the update to the airport master plan. Council members considered names of those who would serve on committees to help guide the process.

Heber City

Heber City’s Tuesday Council meeting discussed a variety of topics including LGBTQ Pride banners on Main Street and a report on the update to the Airport Master Plan.

At the June 4th Heber City Council meeting city residents expressed their feelings about the rainbow flags posted on Main Street that read ‘Pride in the Wasatch Back’. Heber City Manager Matt Brower explains the process the city goes through to determine if a banner should be placed on Main Street.

Supporters of the Heber Airport and its flying heritage are hosting several events to kick off the summer. Rick Brough has more.