Heber City Planning Commission

Heber City Planning

The Heber City Planning Commission met on Tuesday passing on positive recommendations on the development known as the  Springs at Coyote Ridge, the North Village Overlay zone and voting in favor of the changes to code guidelines for Owner Occupied Accessory Units.

At their Tuesday evening meeting, the Heber City planning commission unanimously voted in favor of regulating lighted signage within the city.

The discussion came as a request from Heber City Council and focused on bringing the city into compliance with dark sky initiatives. The International Dark Sky Association has outlined light zones that range from a zero rating, which would represent wilderness, to a four, which would be equivalent to New York City.

City planner Jamie Baron recommended that the city aim for level one. 

Ryan Stack Seeks Heber City Council Seat

Oct 17, 2017
Ryan Stack

Ryan Stack is running for Heber City Council.  He’s been a public prosecutor with Summit County for the past 6 years and has provided council to the Summit County Board of Adjustment.  He’s been a Heber City Planning Commissioner for the past 2 -1/2 years.  Carolyn Murray has more:


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:  

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: