November 29, 2013
Property taxes due next week
Property taxes for Summit County residents are due Monday, Dec. 2. That day also marks the last day that checks can be postmarked to the county.
Payments can be made in the following ways:
Online at summitcounty.org/treasurer with either an e-check (free) or credit card (2.5 percent fee)
line> phone at 800-690-2889
By mail to: Summit County Treasurer, PO Box 128, Coalville, UT 84017
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In person at the Treasurer’s Office, 60 N. Main Street in Coalville (offices closed Nov. 28-29 for Thanksgiving)
Residents can also sign up to make installments on next year’s property taxes through the county’s EZPay program, which allows monthly payments to be withdrawn from a bank account.
Utah state law requires the penalty for delinquent taxes to be 2.5 percent (or $10, whichever is greater). However, that penalty is reduced to 1 percent if all of the delinquent taxes for 2013 and the 1 percent penalty are paid on or before Jan. 31, 2014. Interest will be charged after that date, effective Jan. 1.
Online copies of property tax statements can be accessed from the Treasurer’s website. For questions, call 435-336-3267 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org .
Habitat to host holiday sales event
Habitat for Humanity will host the Tomboy Tools holiday sales event at the ReStore, 6280 N. Silver Creek Drive, on Saturday, Nov. 30, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Tomboy Tools is a provider of education and tools for women whose mission is "to build confidence and empower women through hands-on education, quality tools and an independent business opportunity."
Habitat for Humanity will receive 25 percent of all tool sales that day. For more information, contact the ReStore at 435-487-9015 or e-mail email@example.com .
On-street parking restrictions
On-street parking on Summit County roads is prohibited from Nov. 15 to April 15, 2014. According to county ordinance, any vehicles or other obstacles that interfere with snow removal operations will be towed or moved at the owner’s expense.
The county will not assume any liability for damaged vehicles that are parked on county roads, and any costs for damages sustained by snow removal vehicles that hit illegally parked vehicles will be the responsibility of the vehicle’s owner.
Snow that is cleared from private properties cannot be placed within a public right-of-way in a manner that obstructs the safety of traffic. A warning or citation can be issued to anyone who violates this ordinance.
Discovery hearing moved
The Summit County Council’s scheduled public hearing for the Discovery CORE project’s requested special exceptions has been moved from Dec. 4 to a date to be announced in January 2014.
Developers are requesting special exceptions from county code such as decreased structure setbacks and increased road grades. For more information on the project, visit summitcounty.org.
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