Unified Fire Authority is offering home assessments and chipper days to Alta homeowners. To sign up for a home assessment, click here to access a form. To participate in chipper days, stack a pile of excess fuels material on your property at a location a vehicle can access before Monday morning, August 2nd. Click here for a brochure that describes how to stack piles for the wood chipper.
Community Listening Session – LCC EIS
July 28th from 5-7pm
For more information and to register to make a comment at this meeting please click here.
Please join us! The purpose of this meeting is to provide an opportunity for Alta community members to share their thoughts related to the Little Cottonwood Canyon Environmental Impact Statement (LCC EIS) with the Alta Town Council members.
The Utah Department of Transportation recently released the Draft Little Cottonwood Canyon Environmental Impact Statement including two preferred alternatives for a proposed transportation project to improve safety, reliability, and mobility on SR-210 from Cottonwood Heights to Alta. Visit the project website here for all materials related to the Draft EIS, or see below for highlights:
A comment period on the EIS is open until September 3rd. UDOT is hosting a virtual public hearing to recieve official comments on the Draft EIS and preferred alternatives on Tuesday, July 20th at 6 PM. Those wishing to provide an official comment must register in advance. Visit the project website to register and find a link to the Zoom meeting.
The Town of Alta urges Alta community members to review the EIS materials and provide official comments to UDOT. For information about how to provide effective comments on an EIS, click here.