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The General Plan is a policy document designed to guide the future of Heber City. The document contains the goals, policies, and action plans for Park City's future direction for:
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Go to Heberut.gov/planning and then click on Address/Parcel lookup, or click here Wasatch County (arcgis.com).
Click the down arrow in the search option. Select Address, Parcel, Road or Subdivision. Enter the Address, Parcel, Road or Subdivision, based on your search selection. Click here to access the Address/Parcel lookup. Wasatch County (arcgis.com)
Determine which municipality the address or parcel number resides and contact that municipality, click here to access the Address/Parcel lookup Wasatch County (arcgis.com)
Yes, click here for other municipality contact information.
Charleston – Charleston Town | Charleston Town (utah.gov)
Daniel – Daniel, Utah (danielutah.org)
Hideout – Town of Hideout, Wasatch County, UT – Official Website (hideoututah.gov)
Independence – Independence, UT (independenceut.org)
Interlaken – HOME | Interlaken Town Utah (town-of-interlaken.com)
Midway – www.midwaycityut.org
Wasatch County – Wasatch County Government (utah.gov)
Outside of all Municipality boundary lines is Wasatch County, contact Wasatch County, or click here for the Wasatch County Website Wasatch County Government (utah.gov)
Go to Heberut.gov/planning and then click on Heber City Zoning Map, or click here. Zoning-Map-PDF (heberut.gov)
Click on the zoom-in option at the top (or bottom) of the Heber City Zoning Map, click here for the Heber City Zoning Map. Zoning-Map-PDF (heberut.gov)
Find the color coordinated Zoning Chart on the bottom right hand corner of the Zoning Map. Click here for the Heber city Zoning Map Zoning-Map-PDF (heberut.gov)
Go to Heberut.gov/planning and then click on Municipal Code for Title 18 Zoning or click here to access Title 18 Zoning Heber : Municipal Code (municipalcodeonline.com)
Go to Heberut.gov/planning and then click on Planning Applications and “Fill out the Zoning Verification Application” or click here Zoning Verification Application-Civic Review
Go to Heberut.gov/planning and then click on Planning Applications or click on, “Fill out a Planning Appointment Application” or click here Planning Appointment Application
A permit is not required for residential fence, click here for the Fence Guide Municipal Code
Visibility Triangle: Heber : Zoning (municipalcodeonline.com)
Accessory Dwelling Unit Municipal Code is the same as Accessory Apartments click here for ADU Municipal Code Heber : Zoning (municipalcodeonline.com)
Click here for sheds and detached garage Municipal Code https://heber.municipalcodeonline.com/book?type=ordinances#name=18.68.060_Accessory_Building_--_Lot_Coverage_Restricted
: Click here for Short Term Rental (Nightly Rentals) Municipal Code. https://heber.municipalcodeonline.com/#book/mexpand?type=ordinances&name=5.26_Short_Term_Rentals
View this PDF file, to see developments that have been approved by Wasatch County in the North Village area?
They are not the same. The Planning Department primarily reviews plans for conformance with the Zoning Ordinance (PDF). The Building Department's main function is to review plans for conformance with the International Building Code.
The Zoning Ordinance (PDF), is a document adopted by the City Council as part of the Municipal Code, that is designed to meet a number of goals including:
No, the Planning Department enforces City regulations. Enforcement of CC and Rs is solely up to the Home Owners Association of each respective subdivision.
Heber City has been divided into a number of areas called zoning districts. Each district is specifically addressed in the Zoning Ordinance and uses (commercial, residential, mixed, etc.) are spelled out along with requirements for construction. Each zone is unique and the Code is written to address the specific details of that area.
Heber City does not require a fence permit. However, reach out to the Heber City Planning Department at 435.657.7898 for fence specifications.
Yes, all signs within City limits are regulated by the Heber City Sign Ordinance. This Code regulates the size, placement, materials used, etc., for signs on buildings and sites. Please contact the Planning Department regarding these regulations prior to posting any signs.
If the comments regard an official application with the City please contact the Planning Department at 435-654-4830 and you will be directed to the project Planner.
Listing of current developments in progress.