Voting and Elections

Voting is a privilege given to all citizens of the Untied States of America.  It gives us an opportunity to select those whom we feel would best represent us.  Everyone 18 years of age and older has the right to vote.  Below is the information on what is happening in Wasatch County.

2014 Election and Voter Information

Notices & Announcements

  • 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
  • 2014 Primary Election Results  - Held June 24, 2014

Aquatics Center Bond Proposition - Ballot Language

"Shall the County Council of Wasatch County, Utah (the “County”), be authorized to issue General Obligation Bonds in an amount not to exceed [Twenty-Four Million Four Hundred Fourteen Thousand One Hundred Sixty-One Dollars ($24,414,161)] (the “Bonds”) for the purpose of paying all or a portion of the costs of the acquisition, construction, furnishing and equipping of an aquatic center, outdoor recreation facilities, and related improvements (the “Project”) and the authorization and issuance of the Bonds; said Bonds to be due and payable in not to exceed twenty-one (21) years from the date of issuance of the Bonds?

Property Tax Cost of Bonds. If the Bonds are issued as planned, an annual property tax to pay debt service on the Bonds will be required over a period of twenty (20) years in the estimated amount of $73.77 on a $275,000 residence and in the estimated amount of $134.12 on a business property having the same value. In addition, dependent upon final budgeting of actual revenues and costs to operate and maintain the Project, so long as the Project is being operated, the County may levy a property tax sufficient to generate up to $500,000 annually for operation and maintenance expenses related to the Project. Under currently estimated taxable property values, that would equal an estimated annual property tax of $16.80 on a $275,000 residence and $30.54 on a business property having the same value to pay operation and maintenance expenses for the Project.

The foregoing information is only an estimate and is not a limit on the amount of taxes that the County may be required to levy in order to pay debt service on the Bonds. The County is obligated to levy taxes to the extent provided by law in order to pay the Bonds."

Informational Pamphlet

 Statement For the Bond

 Statement Against the Bond

500 Word Statement

Rebuttal to Statement Against the Bond

500 Word Statement

Rebuttal to Statement For the Bond

    Public hearing will be held on October 22, 2014 at 6:00 P.M. at the County Building, 25 North Main Street, Heber City Utah

    - After Convention and 2014 Primary -
    2014 Elected Offices within Wasatch County

    As of 10:30 pm Tuesday June 24, 2014
    For candidate contact information, please call the Wasatch County Clerk's Office 435-657-3190

    State of Utah Offices
    State House of Representatives
    (2 Year Term)
    Seat 54  
    Kraig Powell (R)  Glenn J. Wright (D)    
    Wasatch County Offices
    County Council
    (4 Year Term)
    County Offices
    4 Year Term)
    Seat A - Council At Large Sheriff
    Mike Petersen (R)  Lambert J. Deegan (D)  Todd L. Bonner (R)
    Seat F - County East Attorney
     Greg McPhie (R)
    Scott Sweat (R)  
    Seat C - Heber North Clerk/Auditor
    Danny Goode (R)   Brent Titcomb (R)
     County Offices
    (6 Year Term)
    Assessor Recorder
    Buff Griffths (R)   Liz Palmier (R)  
    Surveyor Treasurer
    James C. Kaiserman (R)   Karl McDonald (R)  
    Wasatch County Board of Education Offices
    Board Offices
    (4 Year Terms)
    Heber North Heber South
    Debbie Jones (NP)  Nancy Hart (NP) Ann Horner (NP)  TJ North (NP)

    Large Format 2014 County Wide Voting Map - Updated 2012

    This map is a large format map in Adobe PDF format. The size is 3 ft x 4 ft landscape (E size). Printing the whole map may be an issue if you do not have access to a large format printer but you can certainly print portions of the map using the Adobe Acrobat Reader software on a typical home printer (letter size paper).

    Paper maps are available from the Wasatch County Clerk's Office.



    2012 was a Redistricting and Reprecincting Year. 

    Changes were made that affected you as a Voter.

    Every 10 years, County and State governments must redistrict the elected offices that represent geographically distinct regions of the County or State.  The State of Utah redistricted the State Board of Education, State House of Representatives, State Senate, and Federal House of Representative districts late in 2011.  The results of these State changes are the following:

    State Board of Education:
    • All of Wasatch County is located in Education Seat 12: Online Map
    State House of Representatives:
    • All of Wasatch County is located in House Seat 54: Online Map
    State Senate:
    • Senate Seat 16: Round Valley Area, Wallsburg Town, Provo Canyon Area: Online Map
    • Senate Seat 26: Heber City, Midway City, Jordanelle Area, Bench Creek Area, Strawberry Basin, and Currant Creek Area: Online Map
    • Senate Seat 27: Charleston Town, Daniel Town, Center Creek South Area, Timberlakes Area: Online Map
    Federal House of Representatives:
    • All of Wasatch County is located in House Seat 3: Online Map

    Upon the conclusion of State level redistricting, Wasatch County commenced the redistricting of County Council and Wasatch County School District School Board Districts.  Both the Council and School Board share the same geographic districts. 

    Wasatch County Council and Wasatch County School District Representation Districts:

    After County redistricting was completed, the County began the reprecincting process to adjust all voting precincts in the County.  All voting precincts in the County have been adjusted to serve the community for the next 10 years.  Also all precincts have received new precinct numbers to tie the precinct to its Council/School Board district.

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    Wasatch County Clerk/Auditor

    8:00 am - 5:00 pm   Mon-Fri

    25 North Main
    Heber City, Utah 84032

    County Clerk/Auditor - Brent Titcomb

    Phone (435) 657-3190
    Fax (435) 654-0834

    Links Links Minimize

    Wasatch Voting Precinct Online Map
    -Find you home and the map will show you your voting precinct, voting location and preview the ballot specific to your precinct.
    -Information on Voter Registration, and much more.

    State of Utah Election Website
    -State of Utah