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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) HEBER CITY COST OF SERVICE  UTILITY RATE ANALYSIS (PDF) REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) HEBER CITY COST OF SERVICE UTILITY RATE ANALYSIS (PDF)
Heber City is requesting proposals from qualified professional firms to submit proposals to conduct a cost of service rate analysis for Heber City’s four (4) Enterprise Funds: culinary water, pressurized irrigation, storm-water, and waste-water utility funds. If you are interested in submitting a proposal, the RFP are available on the Heber City web site at www.heberut.gov/bids.aspx. Proposals may also be obtained from and submitted to Wes Bingham, Senior Accountant, 75 North Main Street, Heber City, Utah 84032 or wbingham@heberut.gov. Any questions not addressed in the RFP concerning the project should be directed to Wes Bingham (435) 657-7956. The deadline for submitting a proposal is September 24, 2019. No proposals will be accepted after this time. Heber City Corporation reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals or any part of any proposal if it is deemed to be in the best interests of the City to do so. Published in the Wasatch Wave September 11,2019.
Heber City Public Hearing Notice - Cemetery Surplus Sale-06.18.19 Heber City Public Hearing Notice - Cemetery Surplus Sale-06.18.19
HEBER CITY CORPORATION PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE In accordance with Section 10-8-2 of the Utah Code, notice is hereby given that the Heber City Council will hold a public hearing on June 18, 2019, at 6:00 p.m. The purpose of the hearing is to discuss the sale of two portions of Heber City Cemetery surplus land for possible development and construction of section B of the Eastern bypass. One parcel of approximately 12 acres extending from approximately 550 East 750 North to 550 East and the back lot line of Valley Hills Drive. The second parcel of approximately 10 acres extending from approximately 650 North Mill Road to 750 North Mill Road. The meeting will be held at 75 North Main Street in the Heber City Municipal Building. Public Comment is welcome. Trina Cooke Heber City Recorder * Published in the Wasatch Wave on June 5, 2019, on the Utah Public Notice Website, the City Website and at City Hall 75 North Main Street, Heber City.
Unbilled Services Notice 06.18.19 Unbilled Services Notice 06.18.19
Per Section 10.6.135.5 of the Utah State Code, notice is hereby given that the Heber City Council will hold two public hearings on Tuesday, June 18th at 6:00 p.m. • The first will be to discuss an amendment to Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Operating Budget. • The second will be to discuss unbilled services provided by the Water, Sewer and Utility Enterprise Funds to the Heber City General Fund. The estimated value of the services the General Fund receives is as follows: Water $42,700, Pressurized Irrigation $8,400, Sewer $2,700 and Utility $2,200. Interested citizens are invited to attend the hearing and express support or opposition to the proposed practice. * Published in the Wasatch Wave on June 5, 2019, the June 2019 City Newsletter, on the Utah Public Notice Website, the City Website and at City Hall 75 North Main Street, Heber City.
Heber City Public Notice-Small Cell Tower Notice-04.11.2019 Heber City Public Notice-Small Cell Tower Notice-04.11.2019
PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given to all interested persons that Heber City is currently considering an ordinance regarding Small Wireless Facilities, requirements, and processing, under any provision of Title 18 and Chapter 111. Said ordinance was considered pursuant to a public hearing before the Heber City Planning Commission, April 9, 2019. Said Ordinance anticipates implementing previously adopted and published aesthetics requirements from the City’s Street and Utilities Standards. Published in the Salt Lake Tribune April 13, 2019 Posted: Heber City Municipal Building, the Utah Public Notice website at http://www.utah.gov/pmn/index.html and the Heber City website at www.ci.heber.ut.us on April 11, 2019.
Envision Heber 2050 Announces First Public Workshop Envision Heber 2050 Announces First Public Workshop
Envision Heber 2050 invites all Heber City residents, community members and stakeholders to the kickoff of the visioning phase of the 2019 Heber City General Plan development process. Taking place Wednesday, March 20, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Heber Valley Elementary, located at 730 South 600 West, this initial public workshop, which will encourage attendees' active participation, will launch Envision Heber’s inclusive and collaborative visioning process for the 2019 Heber City General Plan. For more information, visit www.envisionheber.com.
P-51 ‘Mormon Mustang’ Returns to Heber Valley Airport, Russ McDonald Field    HEBER CITY, Utah P-51 ‘Mormon Mustang’ Returns to Heber Valley Airport, Russ McDonald Field HEBER CITY, Utah
P-51 ‘Mormon Mustang’ Returns to Heber Valley Airport, Russ McDonald Field HEBER CITY, Utah – August 02, 2018 – A World War II vintage, Mustang fighter airplane once owned by airport namesake Russ McDonald, returns to Heber Valley Airport on Saturday, August 4th. Named the ‘Mormon Mustang’ after a similar airplane flown in combat during WWII, the aircraft is now owned and operated by the Legacy Flight Museum of Rexburg, Idaho. Mormon Mustang will be appearing at the Planes and Horsepower Show, Saturday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, at the Commemorative Air Force - Utah Wing Museum, Heber Valley Airport. This Mustang was once based at Heber Valley Airport and flown regularly by then owner, Russ McDonald. Heber City recently rebranded the airport creating a new airport logo that features the silhouette of this vintage 1945 P-51 Mustang aircraft flying over the distinctive Timpanogos mountain range. The iconic plane was chosen to reflect the airport’s heritage of serving the aviation needs of the Wasatch Back region since 1947. The aircraft is also an homage to airport co-founder Russ McDonald, who owned and based the P-51, now known as the Mormon Mustang, at Heber Valley Airport. About Heber Valley Airport Heber Valley Airport (FAA Identifier HCR) is a public use, municipally owned general aviation airport located one mile south of Heber City, Utah. It is a 40-minute drive from Salt Lake City and 20 minutes from Park City, Utah. With 76 aircraft storage hangars and a single 6900-foot long runway, the Heber Valley Airport serves a wide variety of aircraft from gliders to recreational aircraft to business jets. The airport hosts a wide variety of general aviation services such as aviation fuel, maintenance, primary to advanced flight training, and special events such as the Boy Scouts Aviation Merit Badge Encampment. Heber Valley Airport is home to the Commemorative Air Force – Utah Wing, a museum that is dedicated to preserving and sharing U.S. military aviation history. Founded in 1947 the facility, originally known as Heber Valley Airport, was formed by a group of local residents led by veteran aviator Russ McDonald. The airfield started as a 3300-foot long dirt landing strip where World War II veterans learned to fly under the GI Bill. By the mid-1950’s the airport had transitioned to a general aviation airport with a full time fixed-base operator, offering fueling, parking, maintenance, flight instruction and related services for private aircraft. Today Heber Valley Airport is a preferred entry point for visitors to nearby Park City, UT and to destinations throughout Wasatch and Summit counties seeking to access the famed mountain recreation, and rich arts and cultural events such as the annual Sundance Film Festival, Heber Valley Western Music & Cowboy Poetry Gathering, and The Midway Swiss Days festival. # # # If you'd like more information about this topic please call Denis Godfrey, Airport Manager at (435) 654-4854 or e-mail Denis at dgodfrey@ci.heber.ut.us
2018-06-21 - PUBLIC HEARING - Budget Hearing and Adoption Notice 2018-06-21 - PUBLIC HEARING - Budget Hearing and Adoption Notice
PUBLIC HEARING Budget Hearing and Adoption Notice In accordance with Section 10-6-118 of the Utah Code, notice is hereby given that the Heber City Council will hold a Public Hearing on June 21, 2018. The purpose of the Hearing is to adopt the 2018-2019 fiscal year budget. The meeting will be held at the Heber City Municipal Building located at 75 North Main Street at 6:00 p.m. Copies of the proposed budget will be available for public review on the City website at www.ci.heber.ut.us and in the office of the City Recorder beginning June 11, 2018. The Council will also open the 2017-2018 budget to allow for additional revenue and expenses. Interested citizens are invited to attend and voice support or opposition to the proposed budget or budget amendments. Amy Bridge City Recorder Published in the Wasatch Wave June 13 and 20, 2018
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