Seats on several area governing boards are up for election
Applicants are subject to June 1 through June 7 filing window
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Residents countywide will have some decisions to make during the municipal elections in November, including selecting members to sit on three governing boards.
Summit County Service Area No. 3, Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District and South Summit Fire Protection District have seats that will be up for election. The filing period to declare as a candidate is from June 1 through June 7.
Service Area No. 3
Service Area No. 3 covers Silver Creek Estates, which occupies the area surrounding the intersection of Interstate 80 and U.S. 40. The service area has jurisdiction over water rights, 22 miles of roads, and trails and parks. Properties within the development are identified as being in either the upper or lower precinct. Those in the upper precinct have lots that are 10 acres or more. Lower precinct lots contain less than 2.5 acres.
The Board of Trustees consists of a seven-member volunteer board that meets monthly. Three board seats are available, including one in the upper precinct and two seats from the lower precinct.
Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District
The Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District services approximately 102 square miles in Western Summit County, including Park City and the Basin. The District has two reclamation facilities, 12 pump stations and more than 260 miles of pipelines for collecting and treating wastewater.
Two board of trustee seats will be on the ballot, representing Park City and the Basin.
South Summit Fire Protection District
One seat is available on the fire district’s advisory board.
Candidates can file for an open seat with the respective districts.
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