Recreation Center


345 W 600 S #500
Heber City, Utah

Southfield Park


845 W 100 S
Heber City, Utah

Veterans Memorial Park


301 S 600 W
Heber City, Utah

Recreation Center Hours


October - April                                                                    

       Monday - Thursday    5:30 am - 10:00 pm                   

        Friday                           5:30 am - 8:00 pm                         

        Saturday                      7:00 am - 8:00 pm                         

        Closed Sunday

Holiday Hours

Thanksgiving - 7:00 am - Noon

Christmas Eve - 5:30 am - Noon

Christmas Day - Closed

New Years Eve - 5:30 am - 5:00 pm

New Years Day - 7:00 am - 5:00 pm

May - September

       Monday - Friday 5:30 am - 8:00 pm

       Saturday              7:00 am - 5:00 pm

       Closed Sunday


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Wasatch County Event Complex


415 S Southfield Rd.
Heber City, Utah

2020 Issues Conference

About 2020 Conference

The 31st annual Issues Community Conference will be held Wednesday March 4, 2020 at Wasatch High School from 6:00-8:30 pm.  The conference is free of charge for all those who attend.  This year’s keynote speaker is Ryan Stream.  Ryan is a highly esteemed motivational speaker, musician, and American soldier with a heart that pumps passion and positive change. His message is simple, "You are the Author of Your Story."  Using music and personal experiences, he conveys the powerful lesson that only you have the ability to take control of your circumstances and your life.  For a sample of his talent and his message, find him on YouTube.  Once you do, you won’t want to miss seeing him live!

Following the keynote speaker, a variety of interesting and informative workshops will be offered.  This year’s workshops include; Elevate Your Vision, The Happiness Formula, How to Save a Life, Conquering Stress through Mindfulness and Yoga, Brain Changing Effects of Using Electronics, Patriotism and Youth, Defend Yourself, and The Latest on Vaping.  For a complete list of workshop titles and descriptions, go to .


Since the conference is a family event, be sure to bring your 5-11 year olds so they can participate in the fun youth activities while everyone 12 years and older attends the keynote address and workshops.  The youth activities include a live animal visit from the BYU Bean Museum, “Just Jumping,”a jump rope performance & teaching team, and Story Time with the captivating storyteller Sally Baird. 


 The Issues Community Conference is presented by Wasatch County Parks & Recreation, USU Extension, Wasatch County Health Department, and The Wasatch School District.  Generous sponsors include Heber Valley Medical Center and the Wasatch Community Foundation.  Registration begins at 5:30 pm, the keynote presentation begins at 6:00 and is followed by two 40 minute sessions of the breakout workshops.  Three hours of attendance credit will be available for high school students, plus another three hours of credit if they bring a parent with them.  For more information, please go to or call 435-657-3240.  You won’t want to miss this year’s Issues Conference! 


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