Rashelle Hobbs, Salt Lake County Recorder gave a presentation on Property Watch to the Town Council at their 7/8 meeting. In a nutshell this program allows users to monitor any recorded changes to their property as soon as they are processed. For more information please use the links below.
June 8, 2020
Here is the proposed amended budget for the fiscal year ending June 2020.This budget will be on the agenda at the 6/17/20 Town Council meeting. For information on how to make a public comment, join the meeting, and/or review materials related to the upcoming meeting click here.
March 27, 2020
Please click here to read a message from Mayor Sondak regarding actions the Town has taken in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
March 9, 2020
Click here for a March 8 letter from the Mayor to Alta’s community about fire services provided by the Unified Fire Authority (UFA).
March 19, 2019
March 19, 2019 Alta Dog Program Update
(click here for full update)
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
February 20, 2019
Alta Central is hiring a part-time dispatcher
Alta Central dispatchers receive emergency and non-emergency calls, work with multiple agencies, and monitor and operate a variety of telephone, radio, and computer systems. This unique position is perfect for someone with a flexible schedule that loves to ski and appreciates the mountain environment. Part-time dispatchers regularly work 8 hours per week and cover vacation time for the full-time dispatchers as needed which can be up to 40-48 hours.
Full job posting available here along with instructions on how to apply by March 22, 2019.