November 18, 2022 – County Council Schedule, Winter Safety Reminders, & Property Taxes

Council Schedule

Ok first up, we wanted to give a rundown of the Council’s schedule through the end of this year. 

The Council will not meet in regular session this week, on Wednesday, November 16. Their November 23 meeting was canceled as well. 

The Canvass of the 2022 General Election, where the Council will certify the election results, will take place on Tuesday, November 22 at 4 PM.

Moving into early December, the Council agenda is packed with Truth in Taxation public hearings (December 7 for North Summit Fire District and December 14 the Snyderville Basin Special Recreation District) and county budget resolutions. 

We’ll keep our listeners in the loop with more information on the official election results, truth in taxation public hearings, and the County’s 2023 budget in the coming weeks. 

Winter Safety Reminders 

Winter is right around the corner and seasonal parking limits went into effect on November 15 and will last through April 15. There will be NO on-street parking on County roads, unless otherwise marked. 

For more tips on being safe this winter, including how to properly store snow on your property, how snow plowing works in the County, and more, you can go to the homepage of and click “2022-23 Winter Safety Reminders” right under the Summit County News section. 

Property Taxes 

It’s tax bill season! Property tax bills were mailed at the beginning of this month. 

Taxes are due in just two weeks on November 30. At you can pay your bill online, arrange for automatic payments, change your mailing address, and set up email notifications. 

If you have any questions, please email the Treasurer’s Office at or call (435) 336-3038.