Wasatch County

Heber, Midway and Wasatch County

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A preliminary version of a transit demand study for Wasatch County has been prepared under the supervision of the Mountainland Association of Governments and was introduced to the Summit County Council on Wednesday afternoon.


The study is looking at three basic elements—a transit connector from Wasatch County to Park City; development of transit within Wasatch County; and a connector from Heber to Utah County.


Mountain Money - July 27, 2020

Jul 27, 2020

Tune in to Mountain Money, Monday morning, as (1:35) Diego Zegarra, Community Impact Director with the Park City Community Foundation, spent time with Mountain Money hosts Roger Goldman and Alison Kuhlow, talking about how the ending of coronavirus-relief legislation and how it will impact individuals and families in our community and what additional resources are now be needed.

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The Heber City Council reviewed the findings of a study that was conducted to explore the expansion of public transit options in Wasatch County and has determined that although there is a need for that service, now is not the time.


The proposed public transit expansion would include improved local service in Heber and Midway, daily Heber to Park City bus routes, Heber to Utah County commuter lines, as well as vanpool services based on demand. 


Heber City

The Heber City Council has moved to accept federal relief funding through the CARES Act in order to help with some of the costs associated with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.


Heber's share of CARES Act funding is just shy of $1.5 million and was determined by the city’s population. In order to accept the money, the city must agree to only use the funds to directly respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. The money cannot be used to offset any city revenue shortfalls due to the crisis.


Wasatch School District

Back-to-school season is usually an exciting time for kids and families, but with the COVID-19 state mandated school closures in March, districts are working to come up with a game plan to bring everyone back safely. 


On Tuesday, the Wasatch County Board of Education will vote on a plan which will give students options for how they will return to classes this fall.


Wasatch County

The Wasatch County Council approved the June 30 primary election results at their meeting on Wednesday along with resolving ongoing discussions about culinary well policy and GRAMA requests. 


Clerk Auditor Cal Griffiths reported a strong turnout in the Republican primary at 66%.


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A wildfire in Wasatch County has caused a few preliminary evacuations near the town of Daniel.

Heber City

The Heber City Planning Commission granted final plat approval for the Turner Mill mixed-use project at its Tuesday evening meeting. 


The 35-acre project is located on the south end of town at 1550 South Highway 40, mostly behind the K&T Silver Eagle gas station. The proposed mixed-use project would consist of 50 townhomes, 34 motor court homes, and 32 cottage lots.  


Wasatch County

The Wasatch County Council meets in regular session Wednesday afternoon at 3 p.m.


At the meeting, the council will receive their weekly update from the county health department regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. 


As of Tuesday morning, Wasatch County had 77 active cases, 383 recovered cases and four deaths connected to COVID-19.


An ordinance that would lower the minimum size of a property that can have a well in the county will also be considered. 

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Summit County Development Director Pat Putt says the county is going to study the plans announced by the Wasatch County town of Hideout to annex land that reaches into Summit County near Quinn’s Junction and Park City.


That follows the Hideout Town Council meeting last week, which Putt says caught the county almost entirely off guard.


Wasatch County

Last week, the Wasatch County Council decided to create a committee to further explore an ordinance that would make the county into a “Second Amendment sanctuary county.”


Councilor Kendall Crittenden brought the item to the county agenda. Crittenden spoke about recent events in the country, saying he’s concerned there’s a movement to take away First and Second Amendment rights as well as others. 


The Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects individuals' rights to keep and bear arms.

Utah Open Lands

Wasatch County Council voted Wednesday evening to approve issuing two million dollars to the preservation of a 100-acre dairy farm in the valley.

Heber City

Heber City Market on Main is making its first appearance for the season Thursday evening.