June 24, 2022 – Primary Election Info, “Summit County, UT” Mobile App, & Community Noxious Weeds Tour

This week we’ll talk about: 

  • Important information for the 2022 Primary Election.
  • Exciting news about the “Summit County, UT” Mobile App.
  • A Community Noxious Weeds Tour happening THIS weekend.

Election Info.

The 2022 Primary Election is happening THIS Tuesday, June 28. 

Ballots were mailed to Summit County voters earlier this month. Completed ballots can be returned one of two ways.  

The first is to place your ballot in a Drop Box by 8 PM on Election Day, June 28. There are 10 Drop Box locations throughout the County and their hours vary, check out an up-to-date list HERE

You can also return your ballot by mail. Ballots must be postmarked by Monday, June 27. All ballots have a preprinted return envelope, so voters don’t need to worry about a return address.  

If you plan to vote in-person on Election Day, you can do so at Coalville City Hall, the Marsac Building in Park City, and at the Kimball Junction and Kamas branches of the Summit County Library. All of these locations are open on Tuesday, June 28 from 7 AM to 8 PM. 

And, finally, if you need to vote early, don’t stress! Early voting is available NOW to voters at the Summit County Courthouse and the Kimball Junction branch of the Summit County Library from 8 AM to 5 PM on June 25 and June 27. 

“Summit County, UT” Mobile App 

The Summit County IT and Communications Department presented the new and improved Summit County, UT mobile app. 

The app makes it quick and easy to stay informed on all things Summit County. 

  • Was your recycling service delayed? You can sign up to receive county service disruption notifications on the “Summit County, UT” mobile app! 
  • Do you want to get the latest open space news straight to your phone? You can do so by downloading the “Summit County, UT” mobile app! 
  • Want to make sure you never miss public comment on a pending development proposal or other important issue? Get planning commission, County Council, and other agendas straight to your phone or email through the “Summit County, UT” mobile app! 

The possibilities are endless and users can customize their app to notify them only about what they are interested in.

The app also has key functionalities like Request Tracker so that community members can report potholes, pay taxes or fees, request a permit and so much more! 

The mobile app is FREE and available for download in the apple store and on google play. All you have to do is type Summit County, UT into the search bar. We encourage all our listeners to download the app today! 

Questions? Email info@summitcounty.org and the Communications and Public Engagement Team will be happy to help! 

Community Noxious Weed Tour 

Noxious weeds come in many varieties but are all a threat to our county’s natural beauty and native vegetation. 

Summit County’s Weed Control program is hosting a Community Noxious Weeds Tour THIS Saturday, June 25 from 10 AM to 12:30 PM to educate residents on the “most-wanted” weeds here in Summit County.  

At this event, residents will join Dave Bingham, Weed Superintendent, and Dan Pena, Weed Enforcement Officer, at three different locations (Richardson Flat, Jeremy Ranch, and Summit Park) to learn to identify and control noxious weeds on their own properties.  

The bus has filled up, but residents are still encouraged to come join in on the fun! Gloves are suggested, but not required. Coffee and pastries will be provided before the tour begins.

If you would like to join, please RSVP HERE.