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The easy-to-use list and tabs below outline many of the tasks that new Heber Valley residents will need to complete before settling into the valley. These resources will help new residents simplify the transition into the community.
Recycling is encouraged but not required in Heber Valley. There are two service providers in the area that will pick up recycling from your residents. Follow the links to learn more:
Optional recycling programs offered in Wasatch County, per the Utah Department of Environmental Quality for Waste Management and Radiation Control.
Offering monthly subscriptions for curbside recycling pickup. Proudly serving Heber, Kamas, Midway, and the surrounding Areas
The Park City Recycling Center accepts a wide variety of items. You must sort and drop off at this location. A complete list of the 45+ items accepted is available on the website.
Location: 1951 Woodbine Way, Park City, Utah 84060
Quickly and easily update your permanent address online. There are three local post office locations that serve Heber Valley. Use the links below for information on hours and available services at each location:
Heber Valley Hospital
The Intermountain Heber Valley Hospital offers the community a variety of specialties, service providers, community resources, and more. Follow the link above for additional details, including contact information and directions.
Main line: 435-654-2500
Wasatch County Health Department
The Wasatch County Health Department offers the community a variety of services, community resources, and more. Follow the link above for additional details about immunizations, vital records, health promotion, WIC, and environmental health, as well as contact information and directions.
Main line: 435-657-3307
Wasatch County School District: Parents and guardians of school-aged children need to register students with the Wasatch County Public School District. To easily find your student’s school and register for classes, click here.
Soldier Hollow Charter School: This free public charter school is for K-8. The student-centered learning environment helps foster close relationships between students and teachers.
My Tech High: Provides home-based personalized learning options for Utah K-12 students that are tuition-free: reimbursements for educational costs such as books, courses, computers, etc.
Waterford UPSTART: Provides four-year-old children in Utah access to the highest form of academic support in their early education at no cost to participants: personalized family education and coaching, a new computer and Internet if needed, and adaptive educational software.
Whether you are a parent or guardian of a recent (or not-so-recent) high school student or are looking to return to school yourself—there are many opportunities for secondary education within Heber Valley. Use the links below to learn more:
As you work through the move-in checklist items above, make sure the following tasks don’t slip through the cracks. Some may not apply to your particular situation.
For additional local information, please visit the Go Heber Valley new resident web page.