To address growth and provide a reliable transportation system for residents, visitors and commuters in Heber City and the surrounding area, the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) and Heber City are conducting a corridor planning study in the Heber Valley to identify an alternate route to Heber City’s Main Street. The planning study will evaluate potential improvements that:
Reduce traffic congestion on Main Street, enhance economic development and improve the overall quality of life in Heber City and Wasatch County. Alleviate specific types of traffic from Heber City’s Main Street, including large truck traffic. Improve safety and mobility in the Main Street corridor.
A public open house was held in conjunction with the Heber City Main Street Study on August 8, 2018 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the Wasatch County Senior Center in Heber City to held a public open house to educate the public on the timeline and process of the Corridor Planning Study and seek input on transportation and environmental considerations and conceptual alignments of the corridor.
A second open house was held on February 20, 2019 at the Heber Valley Elementary School from 6:00-8:00pm for the public to view the recommended alignments of a future U.S 40 and U.S. 189, view the results and recommendations from the Heber City Main Street Study and provide comments on both studies.
The public is encouraged to provide comments on the recommendations of the study by emailing the project at firstname.lastname@example.org thru March 6, 2019.
Open house materials are available by accessing the “Downloads” section of this page or by viewing here.