Ryan Stack

Heber City

The Heber City Council meeting starts at 5:30 PM on Tuesday. They'll cover several items in the work meeting, then start the regular meeting at 7 PM.

Wasatch School District

Heber City is one of the fastest growing cities in the country, which can affect things like housing and zoning laws. But it’s also leading to higher population densities in schools. 

Over the next ten years, Heber’s K through 12 student population could grow by more than 30%, according to Wasatch County Superintendent Paul Sweat.


He said he doubts there are any other counties in the nation increasing at the same rate. 

On today's Local News Hour:

(08:09) - Heber City Council member Ryan Stack talks about last night's council meeting. (24:17) - Tom Kelly has details on the lecture he's giving tonight for Park City Musuem 

(38:15) - Park City Historic Alliance Executive Director Alison Kuhlow with an update from yesterday's board meeting.

NVOZ Heber City

The Heber City Council has voted 3 to 1 to adopt the North Village Overlay Zone, which could radically reshape the character of Heber City’s northern reaches. 


Councilors Mike Johnston, Wayne Hardman, and Ryan Stack voted to approve the new zoning guidelines, while Heidi Franco cast the lone dissenting vote. Rachel Kahler was attending remotely and lost connection before she had the chance to vote, though her answer likely would not have affected the outcome.


Heber City Council member Ryan Stack talks about measurements the city is taking in regard to the 2021 senate bill allowing for electronic billboards throughout the state.

Today on the Local News Hour

(02:54) - Utah Avalanche Forcast Center Report

(08:40) - Ryan Stack, Heber City Council member, talks about the 2021 senate bill allowing for electronic billboards throughout the state.  

(22:29) - Park City Mayor Andy Beerman recaps Thursday's special council meeting.

(40:32) - National Ability Center's Director of Development Carey Cusimano provides a rundown of events for their 17th Annual Red, White & Snow.

On today's Local News Hour:

( 03:02) Utah Avalanche Forecast Center Report  with Greg Gagne.

( 06:18) Heber City Council Member Ryan Stack has an update on the NVOZ – The North Village Overlay Zone - and the special meeting held on Wednesday. 

( 20:32)Park City Councilmember Steve Joyce has a recap of last night's meeting.

( 34:10) Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation CEO Colin Hilton has details on phase two of the UOP expansion and some UOP/OIympic happenings.

Ryan Stack

At the start of the new year, Heber City will have three new councilmembers. Recently elected Councilmember Ryan Stack has a few items top of mind as he begins his term.

During his time on the Heber City Planning Commission, Ryan Stack says his experience has helped him see what the city was doing well and what it could improve on to create a better future for residents.

Local News Hour - December 19, 2019

Dec 19, 2019

On today’s program, Director of Park City Film Katy Wang has details on this weekend's screening of The Two Popes. The Founder and Director of Live Like Sam, Ron Jackenthal invites the community to help stamp handprints on the newly painted rails at Park City Mountain. Newly elected Heber City Council Member Ryan Stack talks about his goals for his four year term that starts next month and Solider Hollow Guest Engagement Sr. Manager Jennifer McCulloch has details about the opening of Soldier Hollow activities.

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 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: