2014 is a Federal, State and County election year. The Wasatch County Election and Voting information Portal has information on registering to vote, verifying your voting registration, local candidates running for local offices, and links to the State of Utah for information on state and federal office candidates and Utah election laws. Please exercise your right to vote and participate in your government.
- Election day is November 4, 2014
- Register to vote by October 20, and still be able to vote early
- October 28 is the last day to register to vote on-line and still vote on election day.
- October 30 is the last day to request an absentee ballot, the ballot must be post marked on or before November 4, 2014
- Aquatics Center Bond Ballot Language and Statement both For and Against this Bond
The Wasatch County Clerk's Office is proud to announce a new online mapping service specifically designed to help the registered voters of Wasatch County. This mapping service allows you to select your residence, highlights you your voting precinct, identifies your polling location, and allows you to preview the 2014 General Election ballot specific to your precinct.
Have questions about the proposed aquatics center? Curious about just what is being discussed? Want to see site plan drawings and preliminary financial data? Please visit the Aquatics Center Information Portal and you will find the information you seek. Please click on the headline above to visit the portal.
The Wasatch County Building Department is pleased to announce their new online building permit system. You can now apply for a building permit 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Once you setup a free account on the portal, you are then able to apply for a permit, upload your plans in pdf format, receive email updates concerning your permit request and manage multiple permit requests from a single portal.
Here is the latest Parks & Recreation newsletter, updated for October 2014.