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Eight Heber residents are running for three city council seats opening up in 2020. A Primary Election on August 13th will narrow the eight candidates down to six before the municipal general election.

Eight Heber residents are running for three city council seats opening up in 2020. A Primary on August 13th will narrow the eight candidates down to six before the municipal general election

Heber City Council member Ron Crittenden has lived in Heber since the mid 70’s. Crittenden has worked as the Instate Director for Republican Congressman Howard Neilson for nine years and a year for Democratic Congressman Bill Orton.

Rachel Kahler

Eight Heber residents are running for three city council seats opening up in 2020. A Primary on August 13th will narrow the eight candidates down to six before the municipal general election November 5th.

Perry Rose

Eight Heber residents are running for three city council seats opening up in 2020. A Primary on August 13th will narrow the eight candidates down to six before the municipal general election November 5th.

Heber City resident Perry Rose spent 20 years with the Heber Police Department before starting and running a private investigation security business that he sold after 10 years. Rose says being raised in Heber and working for the city government has helped qualify him to be on the council.

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Consideration to surplus and then sell or develop city property near the Heber City cemetery is no more. After another long public hearing city council voted to take that option to fund their portion of the eastern bypass off the table.

The Heber City eastern bypass will connect Red Ledges traffic to US 40. Red Ledges and future development New London will build the end portions of the bypass, while the city has financial obligations to build a section in the middle. In order to fund the construction of the road the city had considered selling land they owned near the cemetery.

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The Heber City eastern bypass will connect Red Ledges traffic to US 40. Red Ledges and future development New London will build the end portions of the bypass, while the city has financial obligations to build a section in the middle. After a call for more options to fund the city’s portion of the road Heber City Council members will hear alternatives from city staff at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.

That city’s section of the eastern bypass is located on city property north of the current city cemetery and will cost somewhere around two million dollars to complete.

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A Heber city man has been arrested after he and a Sportsman’s Warehouse manager wrestled over a gun on Friday.

After months of work the new Heber City Dog Park will have a grand opening this weekend.

The updated Boneyard dog park at Muirfield is located at 750 North 200 West in Heber. New amenities to the park include two separate runs for large and small dogs, play features, water stations, and human restrooms. City Manager Matt Brower explains what the public can expect from the event.

Envision Heber Website

The Heber Envision Process is nearing its end. After some public meetings, and online outreach the big survey for the project closes on July 15th. From there the survey input will be used to complete a draft vision for presentation at a meeting in August.

Heber Valley Parkway Planning Study Report

Elected officials in Wasatch County will participate in a special interlocal meeting on Wednesday. The one item on the agenda is related to the Heber Valley Parkway bypass project.

No action will take place at the Wednesday work meeting. Instead elected officials, staff and residents of Wasatch County, Heber, Midway and other municipalities in the county will hear a report about the proposed road that will bypass traffic to the west side of Heber known as the Heber Valley Parkway project.

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Heber City Planning commission will be discussing an annexation in a portion of town that could see some substantial projects coming through in the next few years.

The proposed Zeb annexation is located on the northwest side of Heber, just north of Midway lane on the western side of town. Heber City Planner Tony Kohler explained that the annexation was placed on hold after a few months of work.

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Heber City Council and the Heber Planning Commission are meeting in a special joint meeting Tuesday night. The meeting is concerning an annexation into the city.

Heber City Council and the Planning Commission meet Tuesday from 5:00 to 7:00 pm at Heber City offices on 75 North Main Street.

City Planner Tony Kohler says that the meeting is not an action meeting but a work meeting for the two entities.

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Although there will not be a parade in Heber on the 4th of July, Heber residents are still celebrating Independence Day.

Heber City’s Old Fashion Fourth of July Celebration takes place at Main Street City Park located at 200 South Main Street.

From noon to 1:00 will be a free hotdog lunch.

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Summer provides plenty of opportunity for adventure outdoors for children but with that fun comes risks parents should be aware of, the Heber City Police Department has summer safety tips for parents.

Heber City Detective Tammy Thacker says that when it comes to outdoor recreation its important parents take proper precautions.

Reservoirs, rivers and irrigation ditches are especially high this year after an impressive winter. Thacker says because of that there’s an increased risk of drowning for children.

Heber Half

The Heber Marathon Half-Run for Autism is set for this weekend June 29th.

An organizer for the event, Aleena Nelson, said it’s the second annual event, being held to benefit the Kids on the Move Autism Center in Orem.

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