The Town of Alta Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, March 26, 2019, 3:00pm in the Alta Community Center/Library, 10361 East Highway 210, to receive input on a proposed ordinance which makes amendments and additions to Municipal Code Title 8, Utilities, Chapter 3, Sewer Service Regulations and Title 10, Land Use Regulations. Chapter 1 (General Provisions), Chapter 2 (Enforcement), Chapter 6 (Zoning Districts A-D, and adopting E, the Albion Basin Overlay Zone), Chapter 7 (Supplementary and Qualifying Regulations), Chapter 8 (Nonconforming Buildings and Uses), and Chapter 11 (Subdivisions). For more information on the proposals, please see the Alta Planning Commission Agendas and Minutes page and view the meeting materials for the March 26th Planning Commission meeting. The regularly scheduled March Alta Planning Commission will follow the public hearing.
March 19, 2019 Alta Dog Program Update
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Annually, the Town Council reviews the number of dog licenses to be assigned, the fees to be charged, and to authorize a drawing if applicable. In short, on 3/18/19 the Town Council took action to authorize a drawing on May 1, 2019 at noon for 6 Class A licenses and 1 Class B license.
Class A – 27 (21 assigned / 6 unassigned)
Class B – 44 (43 assigned / 1 unassigned)
Class C – 14 (14 assigned)
Class D – 10
UDOT recently adjusted the Little Cottonwood Canyon EIS
(S.R. 210) to focus on trailhead parking, avalanche
mitigation and trac congestion on Wasatch Boulevard.
UDOT and the Central Wasatch Commission (CWC) are
beginning a concurrent, but separate Transportation
Action Plan to address regional mobility by providing a
prioritized list of actions for future improvements in both
The study teams invite you to provide your comments on
the transportation challenges and issues that matter to
you in the Cottonwood Canyons.
Attend an open house at Cottonwood Heights City Hall on April 9th at 2019 from 4-8 PM, or visit the project website for more information and to provide comment. The scoping/public comment period closes on May 3rd, 2019.