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The future of Heber City is at a tipping point. 

Our City Council and staff have done a fantastic job laying the groundwork for a successful future. Their initiatives, from the revision of city codes to the creative planning on Envision 2050, are poised to make a unique impact on our children and generations to come. Now, it’s time to ensure that the execution of these plans goes seamlessly. 

If we want to translate these visions into tangible results, we need leaders who are equipped with development-related skills and expertise. Whether it’s the North Village Overlay Zone or the prospect of hosting the Winter Olympics within the next decade, it’s important that we commit to seeing our plans come to fruition. 

As someone with extensive experience that is in line with this type of project management, I bring a wealth of knowledge to the table. But this isn’t about me, it’s about the betterment of Heber. After spending decades helping other cities grow responsibly, it’s time to put my skills to use for the place I’m proud to call home.





There is a major housing crisis in the Heber Valley, and like so many others, I’m watching it play out before my own eyes. 

I’ve raised six kids here in Heber City, yet only one of them has the financial means to settle down here. This is deeply upsetting and concerning. We chose Heber because we knew it was the perfect match for our family.

It does not have to be this way, and I will tackle the issue from every angle possible. I will work with the Wasatch County Housing Authority, Mountainlands Community Housing Trust, the Self-Help Homes program, and developers to address this crisis.

The goal here is not to saturate our community with low-quality development, it’s to give opportunities to our children who want to stay here and raise their own families. 

We must get creative and explore every opportunity on this topic. It’s the very least we can do for our kids. Together, we can cultivate a community where our families have affordable options that allow them to work, live, and raise their own children right here in Heber. 





We are in desperate need of more cooperation between stakeholders in the Heber Valley. 

When local groups come together to work toward a common purpose, communities transform into sought-after, vibrant, and economically sustainable destinations.

Whether it’s Wasatch County officials, residents, or developers, I will personally reach out to stakeholders and see how we can come together for the betterment of Heber City. As a current member of the planning commission, I’m also committed to improving the relationship between this group and the City Council. The lines of communication have not been as open as I’d like them to be. If we can create more opportunities for honest dialogue, projects will move along more quickly and efficiently.

Finally, I feel passionate about doing everything we can to collaborate with and express appreciation for City staff. They go above and beyond to power Heber every day, and they deserve to be heard. 

Again, when we work together, everyone is better off in the long run. We all have a vested interest in making our community the best it can be, so why not join forces? This will pave the pathway to success.

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