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September 23, 2020

COVID has taught us many things. Being adaptable to new conditions and circumstances is just one of the many things we have learned. We have seen businesses adapt remarkably by adding appointments, curbside pick up, PPE, and more. It seems like the most successful businesses are those who learn to adapt and move with the shifting economic tides. We are grateful to the chamber membership for being adaptable by allowing us to shift with the tides of COVID by having our luncheon at Heber City Park this past Tuesday. After six months without a chamber luncheon, there were a few cobwebs we had to dust off, but thanks to an amazing chamber advisory board and the staff at the chamber the event went very smoothly. It felt good to be among friends again!  

Our topic for the lunch was “Health In Business.” Randall Probst, from the Wasatch County Health Department, Si Hutt from Intermountain Heber Valley Hospital, and Aimee Armer, with the People’s Health Clinic, shared thoughts on what it takes to keep our valley healthy. We learned how hard the health department and medical service providers are working to first prevent and then prepare for any surges of COVID cases in Wasatch County. Their messages reassure those attending that our community is in good hands. 

We look forward to putting on our creative thinking hats as we make plans for future chamber lunches, and we hope we all can adapt together. 

Dallin Koecher 


Homestead Resort - August


The Heber Valley Chamber would like to recognize the Homestead Resort as our August Business of the Month. The Chamber recently held their annual golf tournament at the Homestead Golf Club and immediately recognized some changes that had been made at the resort including their amazing customer service. The staff on the golf course were phenomenal. They went above and beyond to ensure a seamless event took place on their course.    

We interviewed Martin McAllister, the General Manager, who has been with the Homestead Resort since November of 2019. Martin brings with him 15 years of hospitality experience. The owners and Martin were drawn to this property because of the high potential.

The owner’s vision is ambitious and spectacular with a nod to the history, tradition, and timeless events that the Homestead is known and loved for. The owners want to update the property without losing its charm. To read more about The Homestead Resort and their plans for the future, click here.


Homestead Resort - September


The Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce would like to recognize Sherwin-Williams as our September Business of the Month. Jeremy Wright, and his team at their Heber City store have been here almost a year, and within that short time they have made their mark on the valley.

Recently, the Community Alliance for Main Street commissioned an art installation on the Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce building. As part of this initiative to add art in public spaces, donations were needed to help the project come to life. Sherwin-Williams as a local interior and exterior paint expert graciously donated paint to the project. This allowed the artist to put on an even uniform base color to start his work. To read more about Sherwin-Williams, click here.



Business Incentive Grant Program

Businesses in Heber Valley have been heavily impacted by the economic impacts of the Coronavirus. Wasatch County, Heber City, and Midway City in collaboration with the Chamber have created a grant program for local businesses to offer incentives to customers through November.

For the list of discounts, click here.

For the grant application, click here.


Wasatch County CARES Business Grants 

The Wasatch County CARES Business Grant Program is offered pursuant to funding received by Wasatch County through the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). Funding will be made available to a limited number of businesses that meet specific requirements set by Wasatch County.The Wasatch County CARES Business Grant Program will provide grants of a minimum of $5000 and up to $50,000.

For eligibility requirements and to apply, click here

Heber Valley Corridor Environmental Impact Statement

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) is conducting an Envirnonmental Impact Statement (EIS) to evaluate potential transportation solutions to improve mobility through the Heber Valley and the operation of Heber City Main STreet (U.S. 40)

The public is encouraged to provide comments regarding the purpose and need, outstanding issues, and possible alternatives during the public comment period open now through Sept. 26, 2020. 

To take the survey, click here.

Did you know you can purchase Heber Valley merchandise at the Chamber Office?

We have postcards, posters, socks, water bottles, stickers, hats and t-shirts! We have 3 new t-shirt designs. Stop by today and pick something up!


2nd Annual (Virtual) Minority-Owned Business Workshop

The Women’s Business Center of Utah (WBCUtah) and the Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) are
hosting a free half-day workshop for minority-owned businesses. The workshop will provide assistance to start or grow a business, discuss how to obtain financing and successfully contract with the government.

If you are a woman-owned small business, veteran-owned or minority-owned business, you’re invited to hear from experts in the following areas:

• Writing a Capabilities Statement
• Services offered from the Veterans Business Resource Center
• 8(a) Certification Program
• How to start and grow your business
• Government Contracting
• Financing

For more information, click here.



Extell Donates Property For Mayflower Military Hotel

It’s been years in the making but today, some 20 years after a small military recreation hotel was torn down to make way for the 2002 Winter Olympics facilities at Snowbasin, a private developer has donated a nearly 5-acre parcel of property in Wasatch County on which he will build a new Military Conference Hotel at the base of Mayflower Mountain Resort. 

Top 5 things to do in Provo Canyon this summer

If you’ve ever been on a hike and wished you could get to a part of the landscape that isn’t easily accessible, now’s the time to explore. ATV and UTV rentals are a great way to see parts of Utah you couldn’t otherwise—and have a ton of fun doing it.

Located in Wasatch Mountain State Park, Wasatch Excursions offers ATV and UTV tours and rentals. So whether you want to go out on your own or would rather not risk getting lost, their unguided and guided tours are designed for everyone.

Heber City Council Addresses Community Concerns Over Dangerous Intersection

The Heber City Council voted to approve a four-way stop sign at the intersection of Mill Road and Center Street on Tuesday night. 

Heber City Police Chief Dave Booth said since the start of this year there have been four reported accidents at the intersection. He said the most recent accident happened in July when a car rolled over. During the city council meeting Tuesday night he said the intersection can get busy with all the traffic.



Iconic WWII B-25 Mitchell at Heber City Airport
September21-27 - Times vary

Climb aboard history and spark kids S.T.E.M Aviation interest! he B-25 Bomber “Maid in the Shade” will be at the CAF Utah Wing WWII Aviation Museum on September 21-27, 2020.

Meet the Cows - Dairy Farm Tour
Monday - Saturday, 11 am

Happy Cows make Udderly Delicious Cheese – and now you can finally meet the fabulous “ladies” who provide the milk for our award-winning cheese.

TVT Barefoot in the Park
October 9-24, Friday and Saturday evenings only

TVT's Timp Players will perform Neil Simon's longest running hit-comedy Barefoot in the Park. 

Pumpkin Train - Heber Valley Railroad
October 1-31 - Times vary

You and your kids will enjoy our annual Pumpkin Train! Your ticket includes a short 40-minute train ride where you will be entertained on board by costumed characters.



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