Heber City, UT

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Hibbs Homes recently partnered with the building scientists and researchers at Owens Corning to develop processes to construct the best energy-efficient homes in Utah, and we have earned the distinction of being Utah's only ComfortBuilt-certified new home builder. As a leading custom home builder, we are committed to integrating the latest innovations into our custom home projects and providing an outstanding home building experience for our clients. Every home we build is healthy, beautiful, and durable because we rely on high performing building materials and building techniques. During the design and construction of our better-built custom homes, we focus on creating a tighter wall assembly and use superior insulation that will withstand the harshest of weather conditions to keep your home airtight, dry, and allergen-free.

We know that when building a custom home, communication between the general contractor and client is vital to the success of the project. As part of our commitment to creating a hassle-free home building experience, we provide you with an online dashboard so you can monitor the progress of your home's construction and communicate directly with your dedicated team for design, project management, and building. Hibbs Homes is an award-winning home builder because of our commitment to customer service, value to our clients, and integrity through every step of the process.

Heber City, Utah Community Profile

We build custom and luxury single-family homes throughout Salt Lake Valley, including in Heber City, UT. Located 45 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City and right next door to Park City, Heber is known as Utah's "Little Switzerland." Retaining a small-town feel for residents, Heber Valley's variety of year-round outdoor sports and recreation attracts visitors year-round.

One of the city's premier attractions for locals is the Heber Valley Market, an open-air market in the center of town that features music, food, and farm-fresh produce. Heber City is also home to the world-famous Homestead Resort, which is one of the country's only four-season warm water diving locations and is centrally located to the world-famous Sundance, Park City, and Deer Valley Ski Resorts.

Considering relocating or building a second home in Heber City, Utah? Learn more about this inviting community and get in touch with our custom home building experts to find out how you can start building your dream home today.

History

Heber City started as a quaint dairy farming community and has grown to become a destination for visitors from around the world who want to enjoy the Wasatch and Uinta Mountains. During the 2002 Winter Olympics, Heber City hosted cross country skiing and biathlon events held at Soldier Hollow Nordic Center and remains a destination for athletes of all skill levels.

Demographics

Heber City Utah National
Population 13,655 3,160,000 318,558,162
Population Density (sq. mi.) 1,559 40 91
Median Age 28.2 30.3 37.7
Male/Female Ratio 1:1 1:1 1:1
Married (15yrs & Older) 59% 60% 55%
Families w/Kids Under 18 71% 51% 43%
Speak English 85% 85% 79%
Speak Spanish 14% 10% 13%

Heber City UT has a population of 13,655 and is the 2,025th largest city in the United States. The population density is 3798% higher than the state of Utah. The median age in Heber City is 28.2, which is approximately 7% lower than Utah's statewide average age of 30.

Cost of Living

Heber City Utah National
Average Income $82,413.00 $136,194 $49,764
Cost of Living Index 110 110.8 100
Groceries Index 97.2 93.2 100
Health Care Index 107.8 102.7 100
Housing Index 175.7 146.3 100
Transportation Index 79.7 91.2 100
Utilities Index 91.7 94.6 100

Here you can see an overview of the cost of living in Heber City, UT. The average cost of living in Heber City, UT is 110, which makes it equal to the average of Utah and 10% higher than our national average. The cost of living index was formulated using prices of goods and services (weighted 33%), housing prices (30%), groceries (13%), utilities (10%), transportation (9%), and health care (5%). Thus, goods/services and housing influence the majority of the cost of living index. The price of daily goods and services is a valuable and reliable number to be aware of when considering the general price of the city's goods.

Grocery Stores

  • Day’s Market
  • Armando’s Mercado
  • Smith’s Food and Drug
  • Walmart Supercenter
  • Ream’s Foods Stores

Electrical Company

  • Heber Light & Power

Gas Company

  • Dominion Energy

Water Company

  • Heber City Public Works

Trash Service Company/Garbage Collector

  • Wasatch County Solid Waste

Phone, Internet, & Cable/Satellite Providers

  • CenturyLink
  • Comcast
  • DIRECTV
  • DISH
  • All West Communications
  • Nextiva Phone Solutions
  • Frontier Internet Service

Schools

Heber City is part of the Wasatch County School District, which serves 6,286 students in seven public schools from grades PK-12.

Public schools that serve students in Heber City include:

  • J.R. Smith School (PK-4)
  • Old Mill Elementary (PK-6)
  • Wasatch High School (9-12)
  • Rocky Mountain Middle School (7-8)
  • Soldier Hollow Charter School (K-8)

Hospitals

  • Heber Valley Hospital

Places of Worship

Places of worship in Heber City are:

  • St Lawrence Church
  • High Pointe Church
  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
  • Grace Family Bible Church
  • Independent Baptist Church
  • Christian Life Center
  • Mountain View Fellowship

Businesses

The top employers in Heber City are:

  • DentalMarketing.net
  • Wells Fargo Bank
  • Intermountain Healthcare
  • Heber Light
  • Probst Electric
  • 97th Floor
  • Nexthink

Restaurants & Nightlife

  • The Back 40
  • The Snake Creek Grill
  • Wasatch Back Grill and Deli
  • Old Goat

Fun Things to Do in Heber City

Visit The Homestead Resort - Built in 1886 around a crater and natural spring, The Homestead Resort is on the National Register of Historic Places. The resort is well known because the natural spring boasts 90-degree water, allowing guests access to warm water scuba diving year-round. The Homestead Crater's warm water snorkeling and scuba diving make it a four-season destination. Summer activities in and around the resort include horseback riding, bicycle and hiking trails, golf, swimming, tennis, Friday night campfires, and more. In the winter, the resort maintains cross-country skiing and snowmobiling trails appropriate for all levels. They offer a fabulous restaurant with an outstanding Sunday brunch.

Wasatch Mountain & Lake Golf Course - Consistently ranked as one of the top courses in the world, the Mountain Course is one of Michael Jordan’s favorite golf courses - he even bought a house in nearby Park City for easy access. Located inside Wasatch State Park, the greens have a more natural feel because the courses are not colocated with a subdivision or housing.

Soldier Hollow Nordic Center - Located in Wasatch State Park, Soldier Hollow was the venue for cross country skiing and biathlon competitions during the 2002 Winter Olympics and is home to the U.S. Cross Country Skiing Championships. Offering world-class cross-country skiing and snowmobiling, Soldier Hollow is a destination for competitive and recreational winter sports. While summers at Soldier Hollow features a world-class golf course, mountain biking, and hiking trails.

Jordanelle Reservoir - Inside Jordanelle State Park, you'll find the Jordanelle Reservoir, which offers boating, kayaking, paddleboarding, fishing, and swimming. The sandy beaches are a perfect spot for picnicking and there are camping sites for trailers and tents. The SkyRidge Mountain Community, where Hibbs Homes is a preferred custom home builder, is located right along the Jordanelle Parkway and offers unparalleled views of the Reservoir.

Park City - Only twenty minutes away, Park City Ski Resort in Park City, Utah offers world-class downhill skiing. One of the premier venues for the 2002 Winter Olympics, the ski runs are open and groomed from November through April. Park City has a vibrant nightlife and hosts the Sundance Film Festival in January. There are art museums and a discovery zone, as well as shopping and outstanding dining.

Deer Valley Summer Concerts - One of the highlights of the summer evenings are the evening concerts put on by the award-winning Utah Symphony on the hillside at Deer Valley Lodge. Visitors Picnic dinners are encouraged. The music is wonderful, the acoustics are fantastic and they even bring in special groups to play with them.

Owning Property in Heber City, Utah

Heber City, Utah was recently listed as one of the fastest up and coming areas in the country. The real estate in the city reflects this not only in the kind of homes that are built but also in the cost of land and construction, as well. The price of a home in Heber City ranges from $500,000 to over $5 million. Hibbs Homes is Heber City's preferred custom home building company and we can help you find a home site in this beautiful area.

If you are considering building a new home in Heber City, UT, contact our expert home building team. We can answer your questions and provide you with the resources you need to start your home building project today

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