Our Vision, Purpose and Values
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relationship between Wasatch County
Government and the organizations listed here.
Public Works Building
8:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon-Fri
1891 W 3000 South
Heber City, Utah 84032
Phone (435) 654-1661
Fax: (435) 654-4820
Public Works is dedicated to providing creative, customer-friendly service while maintaining the County's infrastructure by resurfacing streets, preserving facilities and rehabilitating public structures. The department also provides TV reception, noxious weed control, snow removal of county roads and sign maintenance and flood control.
Please call 435-654-1661 and selection option one to talk to the Wasatch County Solid Waste District.
Wasatch County Public Works department maintains 269 miles of public roads. They also maintain all bridges, culverts, lighting and signage for these roads.
Roads can be viewed via our Online Base Map.
Wasatch County’s weed department is responsible for enforcing the state weed laws. 54 noxious weeds need to be controlled. We are here to help make sure people are controlling the noxious weeds on their property by helping them use the best strategies and equipment available.
The CWMA was organized to help government organizations and the public work together to control the ever-growing noxious weed problem.
Contact: Quintin Lewis (435) 654-1661 option 3
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The Weed Board members serve a 2 to a 4-year term. They are responsible for education and finding new ways to control noxious seeds and enforce the state weed laws. The members are assigned to different areas of the county and work with the people in their areas to address their concerns.
Wasatch County Cooperative Weed Management Area is an established organization to obtain Federal, State, and private grant funds to control noxious weeds within the county and possibly include other counties where infestations extend beyond our boundaries.
They have spray days throughout the summer to spray different properties. To get more done, any volunteers are welcome, including dedicated hunters. The CWMA also provides education to interested groups. To get more information on how to volunteer, contact the public works department.
This tower is located above Midway on Wilson Peak and broadcasts across the valley. Your reception will very depending on where you are located and the weather. If the signal is lost, it is most likely because of high winds or bad weather. Be patient, we will get it back up as soon as possible.
Bowtie antennas have shown the best results but others can be used.
The United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), with assistance from Wasatch County as the project sponsor, is considering improvements within the Tri-Valley Watershed. Improvements are proposed at Lake Creek,Center Creek, and Daniel Irrigation System.
Improvements are being proposed to:
An evaluation of potential project alternatives and associated environmental impacts is required and will be documented in the form a Watershed Plan and Environmental Assessment (Plan-EA). NRCS and Wasatch County will hold a public scoping meeting to provide information about the proposed project and to collect comments.
At this time, NRCS is requesting comments on the project to identify issues and resource sensitivities. Written comments are can be submitted during the open comment period starting January 29, 2020 and ending on March 2, 2020.
Comments must be received by: March 2, 2020
Additional information can be found at the NRCS project website:
The public is invited to attend, discuss, and submit a comment during the public scoping meeting:
February 12th, 2020
5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
465 East 1200 South
Heber, Utah 84032
All comments should be directed to Jamie Tsandes:
Bowen Collins & Associates
154 E. 14075 South, Draper, UT 84020
Phone: (801) 495-2224
Fax: (801) 495-2225
Comments may be mailed, faxed, or emailed to the above address or submitted during the public scoping meeting. Comments must be received by March 2, 2020.
There are areas of Wasatch County that are subject to periodic inundation which may result in loss of life and property, health hazards, disruptions of commerce and governmental services, extraordinary public expenditures for flood protection and relief, and impairment of the tax base, all of which adversely affect the public health, safety and general welfare. Residents that live near river, canals, creeks, etc. may be in a Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA) as delineated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). We use the Flood Hazard Map prepared by FEMA to assist in managing development within the designated flood plains and dispense information to the public based on the FEMA flood hazard maps. Maps last updated in 2011.
When developing, it is always a good idea to check for flood hazards first. This page will give you the tools to do that.
At the bottom of this page, PDF files of each panel are provided for download.
The Flood Mapping application has been discontinued. The flood data is now included in the Base Map application under the water hazards layer. This layer is not on by default, you will have to turn it on by using the layer list button. This layer is scale dependent, as you zoom in on an area of interest, the water hazards layer will become active. If you are interested in printing a map, use the print button that is part of the map application.
Flood Hazard Map Index Map