Our Vision, Purpose and Values
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8:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon-Fri
55 S 500 E
Heber City, Utah 84032
Doug Smith, County Planner
Austin Corry, Planner
Travis Hair, Planner
Draper Carlile, Planner
Sherry Lawrence, Office Manager
Susie Blair, Office Specialist
Phone (435) 657-3205
The Planning and Zoning Department is responsible for providing leadership and professional expertise in land use planning services to Wasatch County residents. The services including assisting the community in developing the General Plan and administering the Land Use and Development Code to assure quality lifestyle for current residents and future generations.
To maintain and enhance the quality of life for County residents, visitors, and business community through the implementation of the General Plan and Wasatch County Land Use and Development Code while providing professional, friendly, and quality customer service to elected and appointed County officials, various boards and the community.
Below is a list of forms used to start the development process or request a modification to a previous approved action. All forms are pdf files that can be downloaded, printed and filled out.
Geological Hazard Map - To download our hazard map, select
this link, Hazard Map.
Timber Lakes Geological Hazard Map - To download our hazard map, select this link, Timber Lakes Hazard Map.
A coordinated plan which has been prepared and adopted by the County for the purpose of identifying present and future needs of the County and guiding the growth and development of land within the county or any part of the county, including uses of land for urbanization, trade, industry, residential, agricultural, wildlife habitat, and other purposes. Planning Staff review proposals using the General Plan as a guide and updated the General Plan when needed.
Copies of the plan are available in one of three ways:
Wasatch County Planning Commission is a seven member citizen board and two associate members. The members are recommended by the County Manager and approved by the County Council. Associate members serve temporarily on the Commission when any appointed member is temporarily unable to act due to absence from the County, illness, interest in a case before the Commission or any other cause. The Commission meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month or as needed. The Planning Department acts as staff to the Planning Commission by providing staff reports, making presentations and setting up meetings.
Meeting Agenda Link
Meeting Minutes Link
-As of December 2018
Establishment and Membership: There is hereby established a Planning Commission (PC) for the Jordanelle Specially Planned Area (JSPA), consisting of five (5) regular members and two alternates. All regular members of the committee shall be established as per section 8.1 of the Jordanelle Specially Planned Area Guidelines and Standards.
The PC shall exercise all powers and duties authorized by state law. In addition, the commission shall:
Meeting Minutes Link
Zoning - Every parcel of land or subdivision lot is located within a zoning district. To find how a property is zoned, one must view the Wasatch County Zoning Map below.
Zoning Enforcement - Zoning enforcement works with citizens to resolve issues which impact Wasatch County’s quality of life, including complaints concerning violation of zoning ordinance. Zoning enforcement operates on a complaint-driven basis, which means that we must partner with neighbors and other concern groups to resolve code violations. Our goal is to help neighbors resolve problems while dealing with these violations.
Interactive Base Map Link
The zoning data is now part of our online base map. The Interactive Base Map Link above will take you to our mapping web page. Once there, select the County Online Base Map Link to open our base map. In order to see the zoning, the zoning map layer will need to be turned on. To do this, follow the map help instructions.