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Homestead Resort

The Homestead

In a small little area of the world, over 10,000 years ago, snow melted in the Wasatch Mountains running through

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Fort Heber

If you’ve ever driven around the northwestern end of Heber, you may have noticed several sandstone markers displayed at the

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Cabin at the Huber Grove

A Fruitful Past

“It looks as though all nature was kind to me and that even the trees smiled.” – Johannes Huber One

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Midway Mercantile

Midway Mercantile

Sitting at the rich wood bar, built by a local resident from reclaimed lumber, with the glistening of the warm

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Wright-Tree Stadium

Wright-Tree Stadium

Wasatch High School’s football stadium, with its black and gold seats, elevated press boxes and entrance tunnel, is impressive —

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growth

Smart Growth

Every morning I walk outside to fresh mountain air and fog resting on still water. I pass a field of

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General Plan

A Vision Worth Protecting

Wasatch County is currently the fourth-fastest growing county in the nation. How will we protect our current rural feel, uninterrupted vistas and quality of life as we grow?
Traffic, air and water quality, preserving historic agricultural lands and resisting suburban sprawl are high on the priority lists of many local residents.

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Timberidge

From Lumber Barn To Elegant Office

The Heber Valley was built on the blood, sweat and tears of pioneers. The evidence of that hard work can be seen in the historic structures that dot its landscape today. These buildings give us a glimpse of what life was like before we got here and, if preserved, will continue to tie our future to our past.

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Bank Block

My grandmother loved to tell stories about the “beautiful Heber Valley.” Many of her tales, however, centered around one landmark, the Bank Block building.

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Tate Barn

Tate Barn

The Tate Barn was restructured to stand as an iconic representation of the Heber Valley’s agricultural history as it was introduced to the world during the 2002 Winter Olympic Games.

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Red Ledges

Raising The Standard

The secret is out on the Heber Valley. The growth is happening and we are going to get one shot at doing this right in our own respective lifetimes.

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Wasatch Aquatic Center

Wasatch Aquatic Center

Hundreds of Wasatch County residents put on their swimsuits and hit the water as the long-awaited Aquatic Center opened in June.

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A Century-Old Fixer-Upper

Experience the history and nostalgia of the Avon and Ideal Theatres for yourself. Movies are shown nightly changing every few weeks. In addition, a 100th celebration of the Ideal Theatre is being planned for 2018.

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