Three-building business park on agenda of Heber Planning Commission

A medium-sized development for residences and commercial space is under review at the Heber City Planning Commission on Tuesday.

The planning commission will take charge of the first phase of the Wasatch Business Park, a project of three buildings for residential and commercial use. If the city council finally approves the plans, it will be south of downtown at 2490 North Mill Road. It would be right off Highway 40 between the Heber East Stake Center and Daniels Canyon Elementary.

Plans include a parking lot in the middle of the lot, which would fill the undeveloped space at the corner of the highway and Center Creek Road.

Planning commissioners said they were unsure which businesses the proposed 13 units might bring. Commissioner Oscar Covarrubias (CO vuh RU be us) invited the public to attend the meeting and weigh in on the developer’s proposals for the use of the spaces.

Other commercial buildings that Momentum Development Group has completed are in the Heber City Old Town Industrial Zone on the Western Perimeter.

The project is a mixed-use development proposal, so the planning commission can recommend to the city council to approve or reject it at a future meeting. Councilman Mike Johnston said this is the type of project the city would be interested in seeing along Highway 40.

The meeting will be held Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Heber City Hall, 75 North Main Street. To attend via Zoom, visit heberut.gov.

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