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.
July 21, 2021
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.
July 16, 2021
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:
- DEIS Executive Summary
- LCC EIS – PPSL Fact Sheet
- Enhanced bus alternative factsheet (w/o widening)
- Gondola B factsheet
- Key observation points for buses
- Key observation points for gondola
- Comparison of impacts and considerations across all alternatives
- Virtual hearing guide
- Register to speak at the virtual hearing
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.
May 25, 2021
The Alta Town Council will hold a public hearing to receive comments and questions regarding the TENTATIVE 2021-2022 Fiscal Budgets (General Fund and Sewer and Water Enterprise Funds) and the Certified Tax Rate for the Town of Alta.
Following the public hearing on the proposed 2021-2022 Fiscal Budgets, the Alta Town Council will hold a public hearing to receive comments and questions regarding the proposed amendments to the 2020-2021 Fiscal Budgets.
Both hearings will be held virtually on Wednesday, June 16, 2021 at 4:00 P.M. with live viewing details to be announced on the Town’s website at www.townofalta.com
Questions regarding the proposed 2021-2022 Fiscal Budgets or the proposed amendments to the 2020-2021 Fiscal Budgets may be directed to Piper Lever, Town Clerk, P.O. Box 8016, Alta, Utah 84092, by calling 385-449-1887 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submittal of written comments is 3:00 pm on Tuesday, June 15, 2021.
May 20, 2021
The Town of Alta and Snowbird will host the 40th Annual Little Cottonwood Canyon Clean Up Day on June 15th. The event is open to Alta and Snowbird residents, employees, and their families. Sign up through your employer, at the Alta Post Office, or by contacting Chris Cawley at Ccawley@townofalta.com. Please sign up by May 28th to recieve a free commemorative T-Shirt. For more information about the event including a schedule, click here.
May 19, 2021
Click here to read a message from Mayor Sondak about the state of the COVID-19 Pandemic, parking in Alta, and the Town of Alta Community Center Feasibility Study.
May 4, 2021
Are you or someone you know looking to get a COVID-19 vaccine?
The Alta Clinic has a limited number of Moderna doses and is looking for individuals to sign up. This week they will be vaccinating people:
Friday May 7 from 9-5 pm
Saturday May 8 from 9-5pm (or later by request)
April 20, 2021
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The Town of Alta is excited to share the results of the commissioned feasibility study and draft design of our new community center, designed by Ennead Architects. We are as proud of the beautiful primary and alternate designs they developed, as we are of the collaborative community process that got us here, all conducted remotely during the pandemic, and structured to incorporate as many voices as possible so that the resulting center will serve the various needs of everyone in Alta.
We would be honored if you joined us remotely. If not, we hope you will be able to view the recorded event. Either way, please share your thoughts.
Unveiling the Alta Community Center Feasibility Study by Ennead Architects
April 21, 2021 from 5-6pm MDT
April 7, 2021
March 23, 2021
Dog Licenses – The town council authorized a drawing for 3 Class A and 2 Class B annual dog licenses. Applications can be received from 4/1 to 4/30 at 5pm. The drawing will be held via zoom on 5/3/21 – please visit the dog licensing page of our website to see if you are eligible and for more details on the application process.