The Utah Valley Home Builders Association is looking out for its members. Advocacy to local, state and national policy makers and other regulatory bodies on behalf of the building industry is a critical component of the HBA’s mission. Get involved by joining the Government Affairs Committee. The Government Regulations committee meets on the fourth Thursday of each month with a few exceptions:
MARCH 26 MEETING CANCELED.
*Join the Government Affairs Committee now! Our goals working for you are..... PAC & Voter Mobilization, Fees and Government Regulations/ Land Use Issues & Codes. Please RSVP 801-225-8893 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to join the committee. All members invited to attend. Next scheduled meeting is April 22nd. We will keep you posted on this date.
UVHBA is constantly reviewing with cities their fees and challenging all Impact Fee Facility Plans ( IFFP's) and Impact Fee Analysis ( IFA's) for accuracy, law standards and fairness. Your help with updates and meeting with city officials is appreciated! January 2020 the new Impact Fee Summary Report will be issued.
Lindon has a new Parks and Trails Master Plan and new Impact Fee Facility Plan (IFFP). We are currently in discussions with the city on these fees.
Springville is conducting now through April 21st city council meetings concerning new Impact Fees. April 7th has been designated as the next city council meeting to discuss and have public input. This could change.
American Fork has just approved new Master Plans and a draft of IFFP's and IFA's for impact fees. The city council meeting to discuss and have public input has been postponed until April 14th, 7 pm. We won't have access to the IFA's until April 6th.
Payson and Salem both have shared some IFFP's and IFAs with us. No date scheduled yet for the councils to receive input from us.
If you can help with reviewing and giving input on these new impact fees please email email@example.com Your input is valuable and needed as we continue to work with cities on fair and equitable fees.
Other cities just now conducting new Impact Fee Facility Plans are: Santaquin Roads; and Mapleton and Saratoga Springs will begin the process early summer 2020.
Friends of Housing PAC:
Friends of Housing PAC plays an important role in supporting candidates who understand and support our industry. Your contributions fund the work of responsive government and affordable housing. Please be generous with your donations in 2020, we help elect housing friendly city council members.
Friends of Housing PAC Golf Tournament is May 20 at Hobble Creek. Sign up now to play or sponsor a hole! All proceeds go to our PAC.
The Friends of Housing PAC had a 86% success rate with candidates winning their races. Thank you to all who voted!
Friends of Housing Political Action Committee accepts corporate and personal funds. Donate today!
CITY COUNCIL ELECTIONS. The Friends of Housing PAC committee met with local city council candidates in 2019. We appreciate all those who are willing to serve in their cities and recognized the great people in our valley.
New city council members will be sworn in January 2020:
Provo: Shannon Ellsworth, Travis Hoban, David Shipley,
Orem: Terry Peterson, Jeff Lambson, Debby Lauret
American Fork: Clark Taylor, Rob Shelton, Kevin Barnes.
Pleasant Grove: Cyd LeMone, Eric Jensen. Brent Bullock.
Cedar Hills: Mike Geddes, Brian Miller
Lindon: Carolyn Lundberg, Randi Powell, Mike Vanchiere.
Vineyard: Tyce Flake, Cristy Welsh.
Mapleton: Leslie Jones, Therin Garrett, Jessica Egbert,
Saratoga Springs: , Ryan Poduska, Chris Porter. Christopher Carn
Highland: Kim Rodela, Brittney Bills Timothy Ball.
Lehi: Paige Albrecht, Johnny Reville, Mike Southwick.
Eagle Mountain: Curtis Colby, Carolyn Love. Jared Gray.
Springville: Matt Packard, Liz Crandall, Patrick Monney
Spanish Fork: Brandon Gordon, Chad Argyle, Stacy Beck.
Payson: Brian Hulett, Linda Carter, Doug Welton.
Woodland Hills: Karl Malkovich Bob Ottley, David Pratt
Santaquin: Lynn Mecham. Jennifer Bowman, David Hathaway
- UTAH TAX REFORM. No service tax on construction was included in the new Tax Reform bill. The UVHBA and HBA of Utah were successful in keeping this unaffordable housing tax out of the tax reform.