County Manager

8:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon-Fri

25 North Main
Heber City, Utah 84032

Phone (435) 657-3180
Fax (435) 657-0283

Project-Image Dustin Grabau
County Manager

Wasatch County Manager

The county manager is the chief executive officer of Wasatch County and is vested with all executive and administrative powers and duties, including those powers and duties authorized by the optional plan and state law, but excepting those executive or administrative responsibilities vested by state statute or county ordinance in independent elected officials.

Board and Commision Openings

Current Openings

Public Notice is hereby given by the Wasatch County Manager's office of immediate openings for the following Board Member positions. Qualified applicants, please submit your application, including all qualifications and interests, to the County Manager's office. These openings are open until filled.

County Board Openings

  • Library Board 
    • The Wasatch County Library Board of Directors is receiving applications to fill a vacancy on the Board. The successful candidate will complete the unexpired term of former Board member Epperson through June 2024. Please follow these steps to apply:
      • View/Download the application (PDF). This document includes information about serving as a library trustee and a copy of the application form in English and Spanish.
      • Fill out the online application here.
      • The deadline for submitting the application is March 11, 2023. Applications will be reviewed at the regular Library Board meeting on March 17, 2023.
  • TAP (Trails, Arts, and Parks) Board Appointments
  • Wasatch County Senior Advisory Board 
    (Please contact the Wasatch County Senior Center for position description - (435) 654-4920)
  • Planning Department Boards
    (Please contact the Planning Department for position description - 435-657-3205.)
  • Weed Board

Wasatch County Parks and Recreation SSD

Board Application Forms

Code of the West

Code of the West

Famous western writer Zane Grey first chronicled the Code of the West. The men and women who came to this country during the United States westward expansion were bound by an unwritten code of conduct. The values of integrity and self-reliance guided their decisions, actions and interactions.
In keeping with that same spirit, we offer this information to help citizens and future citizens of Wasatch County to make informed decisions as they contemplate living or moving to rural areas like Wasatch County. Rural counties all over the country have adopted the “Code of the West” usually by resolution for information purposes only.

Wasatch County Budgets