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Drag and drop items to plan your trip to Heber Valley day by day. Add or subtract days using the + and - buttons. Click "Share" to generate a link you can send to friends and family so they can see (but not edit) your trip plans.
The Heber Valley Film Commission is a part of the Heber Valley Office of Tourism and Economic Development. Our purpose it to assist film projects within Wasatch County. If you have any immediate questions, please contact:
Is your property available for film, television, or commercial production? Learn how to list your property in the Film Locations Database.
Film Permit Application Heber Valley Film Commission does not give final approval on film permitting; that is done by the different government entities.
With the film application, attach a document that explains how and when you will notify businesses and residents located near the filming location(s). Please give businesses and residents at least 48 hours notice before filming. If possible, go door-to-door to alert them.
For the filming site map, provide a detailed map of how you will be utilizing each filming location, including where you will be placing equipment.
Fees Depending on the size of the production, various fees may be assessed. Larger projects that require additional services (such as electricity and access to public buildings) may be subject to additional fees covered by “other fees” in the film permit application. Heber Valley Film Commission does not get involved with negotiating costs or handling any type of contract commitments.
Local Contacts Following is contact information for those responsible for filming permits throughout Wasatch County.