This report was released earlier this year by Wasatch County and contains important information about environmental concerns related to the NVOZ and other developments in the county. Download a copy
and take a look! Much of Heber City's water supply (and that of other Valley citizens) comes from a
Class 1a aquifer. In its report, Wasatch County names the northern end of Heber Valley, which the City and developers have targeted for high density development, as having the highest sensitivity to potential groundwater contamination because of its high soil permeability, high water table and other natural features. How do you feel about high density development in this area?