Heber City Council

The Wasatch County Clerk’s office completed the final Hand Count for the Primary Elections which were held August 15th.  Heber’s City Council race now has a different outcome from the post-election results.  Carolyn Murray has more:

Historic Heber Home Demolished

Jun 5, 2017
Courtesy Debra West photo

An historic sandstone home on Main Street in Heber City is demolished on the site of the existing Karl Malone Chrysler Jeep Car Dealership.  Many residents weighed in with their opinions on the demolition.  Carolyn Murray has more:


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:

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:

Heber City Council voted unanimously Thursday night to annex almost 100 acres north of the city.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has more on what developers plan to do with the property.

Heber City Council

Just in time for winter, a building freeze is in effect for Heber City.  The City Council voted unanimously to suspend any residential building for the next six months.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:


Heber City will have two - possibly three - new city council members next year.  Three seats are up for re-election and only one incumbent is running.  The candidates will face off at a forum Tuesday, October 20th.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story.  

Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT)

Relief is on the way for pedestrians on Heber City's Main Street.  As KPCW's Renai Bodley reports, police and residents are happy to hear about UDOT's Hawk Signal. 

In an unexpected move, Heber City mayor Alan McDonald dismissed Heber City council members Kelleen Potter and Heidi Franco from their positions on the Heber Light and Power Board of Directors. This comes after the mayor ran for election with one of his campaign issues being the Heber Light and Power scandal when board members voted in pay raises for themselves and the Chief Financial Officer was arrested on charges of embezzlement.  KPCW's Leslie Thatcher spoke with the two council members for their take on the issue.