Public Notices


NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING

Notice is hereby given that the Cottonwood Heights Planning Commission will hold a public hearing to receive comments and take possible action on the following applications:

  1. (Project SPL-19-007) A public hearing and possible action on a request by John Prince for approval of 24 mixed-use live-work townhomes, including a conditional use permit for an increase in height and a decrease in setbacks, at approximately 1650 E. Fort Union Blvd. in the MU – Mixed-Use zone.

  2. (Project CUP-19-008) A public hearing and possible action on a request by Nathan Anderson for approval of 13 mixed-use live-work townhomes, including a conditional use permit for an increase in height and a decrease in setbacks, at approximately 1810 E. Fort Union Blvd. in the MU – Mixed-Use zone.

  3. (Project SUB-19-007) A public hearing and possible action on a request by Giverny, LLC and Regal Homes request from Giverny, LLC and Regal Homes  Realty Homes for an amendment to a recorded plat note on the Giverny Planned Unit Development Amended Subdivision at 9216 S. Wasatch Blvd. in the R-1-8 Single Family zone.

  4. (Project ZTA-19-002) A public hearing and possible action on a city-initiated zoning text amendment to Chapter 19.80; (Parking Standards) of the City’s zoning ordinance.

The hearing will be held at Cottonwood Heights City Hall, 2277 East Bengal Blvd., on September 4, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as possible. Inquiries should be directed to Matt Taylor, Senior Planner, at 801-944-7066 or at mtaylor@ch.utah.gov.



COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS – INITIATIVE INFORMATION PAMPHLET

On May 24, 2019, an application for a citizen’s initiative (the "Application") was filed with the office of the Cottonwood Heights city recorder. As explained below, an "initiative" is a new law proposed for adoption by the public through a petitioning and verification process which, if it successful, can result in the new law appearing on an upcoming ballot for approval or rejection by the voters. The initiative process is governed by Utah state law, which specifies the exact steps, standards and timetables which must be followed by both the proponents of the initiative and the governmental entity. 

If this initiative process ultimately is successful under the applicable state statutes, then it is anticipated that the proposed new law will be included on the ballot for the municipal general election scheduled for November 5, 2021. The timing of the election is, again, a function of state law. 

Utah state law governing the initiative process provides that (a) the citizen "sponsors" of the initiative may provide a written argument in favor of the initiative, (b) the city may provide a written argument against the proposed initiative, and (c) the city's election officer (here, the city recorder) then compiles, publishes and publicly distributes a written information pamphlet which contains the Application, the "for" argument, the "against" argument, and a fiscal/legal impact statement prepared by the city's budget officer and attorney. Those items follow as part of this information pamphlet. 

If you have any questions regarding this citizens’ initiative, please contact me at 801-944-7021 or pmelgar@ch.utah.gov. To view the complete pamphlet, click here


 

 2019 Notice Of Municipal Election

In accordance with Utah Code Ann. 10-3-301, notice is hereby given that the following municipal offices are to be voted upon in the Cottonwood Heights 2019 municipal election:

  • Council District 1
  • Council District 2

All positions are for a four-year term.

The filing window for eligible candidates to file a declaration of candidacy is June 3 through 9, 2019 during regular office business hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Candidate eligibility and filing requirements are outlined on the city website at:http://cottonwoodheights.utah.gov/public_records.election.html.

A primary election will be held (if necessary) on August 13, 2019. The general election will take place on November 5, 2019.

Cottonwood Heights utilizes voting by mail. Prior to elections, ballots will be sent to voters on or about July 16, 2019 for the primary election (if necessary) and on or about October 8, 2019 for the general election.

All voter registration is handled by Salt Lake County.  For registration information, contact the Salt Lake County Clerk’s Office at https://secure.utah.gov/voterreg/index.html.


 

Notice of Annual Public Meeting Schedule 

Notice is hereby given of the annual meeting schedule for the City of Cottonwood Heights City Council, Planning Commission, Architectural Review Committee, and the Parks, Trails, and Open Space Committee. All meetings will be held at the City Center located at 2727 E. Bengal Blvd. Click here for the Calendar.