Uncategorized February’s Active, Pending, and Sold SunCrest Inventory.
Uncategorized February SunCrest Market Update
Uncategorized Draper City declares 20-acres of SunCrest area land as surplus Draper City APPROVES 20-acre surplus property in SunCrest. Councilmen Bill Colbert, a SunCrest resident, was the only council member voting against it.  After the comments from the few in attendance who spoke during the public comment portion, City council spoke providing a brief history and their comments.   Among the main points:  -This 20-acre parcel is […]
Uncategorized January SunCrest Market Update
Uncategorized November SunCrest Market Update
Uncategorized Thank YOU – Warm Winter Clothes Drive A huge THANK YOU to the SunCrest Community! Together, we collected 418 warm winter clothing items for Heber Valley Elementary. From boots to hats, jackets to thermals, you've made a difference.    This past week, individuals and families near Heber Valley Elementary who were in need of warm winter clothes, attended a clothing exchange at the school. Staff estimated our donations helped […]
Uncategorized SunCrest Edelweiss Property Update At the Draper City meeting on November 21st, City Council ruled 4-1 in favor of 181 lot development in SunCrest. The property is located North and East of the existing Stoneleigh Heights townhouses. Both access points will come through the existing Stoneleigh Heights town homes (Stone Leigh Drive and Haddington Road) A third access point […]
Uncategorized TRSSD Residents Repeal TRSSD Budget  93% of those living in the TRSSD boundary voted on Nov. 4th to repeal the proposed budget. Last month, a TRSSD advisory committee composed of 5 TRSSD resident members (Amy Baird, Blaine Carlton, Nathan Lunstad, Greg Nuzman, and Sharon Ullman) was formed to develop future mangement plans. A TRSDD Adminitrative Control Board will be appointed in Decemeber […]
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Uncategorized Edelweiss Development Click here to review the proposed plat map and zoing request.  At the September 30th Draper City Council meeting, Nate Shipp on behalf of DAI/Edelweiss presented text (link above) for the proposed zoning change to allow for 181 units to be built adjacent to Stoneleigh Heights. Some City Council members raised concerns regarding safety with […]
Uncategorized SunCrest items at Draper City Council – 9/30/14 Important items to be discussed at the Draper City Council meeting tonight. 1) Discussion regarding the proposed Edelweiss development near Stoneleigh Heights. 2) Also, the city council will consider taking action on the ordinance to create the TRSSD Advisory Board. Meeting to being at 6:00 p.m. at the City Council Chambers – 1020 E. Pioneer […]
Uncategorized August SunCrest Market Update
Uncategorized Edelweiss Property – SunCrest Our understanding from previous Draper City meetings and information from the developer is that they wish to be included with SunCrest HOA and have also expressed interest in being annexed into the TRSSD. Our understanding is that it's a multi year buildout plan with town homes, cottage style homes, and larger 1/4-1/3+ acre lots with […]
Uncategorized TRSSD Budget Hearing Draper City is holding a public hearing on next year's tentative TRSSD budget. The hearings start at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 3. Draper City Hall, 1020 E. Pioneer Road, Draper, UT 84020 Click here to download the tentative budget for 2014-2015 Be sure to check back for a recap if you're unable to attend the […]
Uncategorized SunCrest Items at 4/15/14 Draper City Council Meeting Important items involving SunCrest at 4/15/14 Draper City City Council meeting. Assistant City Manager Russ Fox will present comments gathered regarding the Public Works (salt dome) station in SunCrest. Declaring property in SunCrest as surplus. This parcel is roughly 3 acres and per the City Manager: The city will trade property it owns on the […]
Uncategorized Proposed Hike and Bike park in Little Valley An recent article from the Draper Journal indicates: 'Little Valley, located off Traverse Road at about 1500 East, has been chosen as the site for the family-oriented mountain biking and walking trails park. The area offers some steepness and would accommodate future parking, according to McDonald. The trails are planned to have switchbacks and other […]
Uncategorized SunCrest Public Works Station Meeting Recap SunCrest Public Works Station Meeting Recap (3/26/14) Draper City staff on hand began the meeting by having poster boards of the site renderings, site plan, and estimated costs of the building. A brief introduction and history of the proposed works station was given. 1.7 million of the TRSSD funds have already been appropriated for this […]
Uncategorized SunCrest Board of Trustees (HOA) Meeting Recap 2/26/14 Highlights of the main points discussed:  Public Works Station (Salt Dome) – Following the March 26th HOA board meeting there will be an open forum for SunCrest residents to gain a better understanding of Draper City’s proposal. This will also allow residents to voice their questions, comments, or concerns. All residents are encouraged to attend […]
Uncategorized SunCrest Market Update – January
SunCrest Draper City Approves Surplus of 120 acres of SunCrest property Following a two week "hold" or "suspension," Draper City made the decision to declare 120 acres of SunCrest property as surplus. This is the first step in their intent to sell the land.  Next step in the process will be requests for proposals or "RFPs" from potential developers, organizations, or individuals or the designated parcels […]
Uncategorized Draper City intends to sell 120 acres of SunCrest property There will be a public hearing Tuesday January 7th where Draper City intends to declare a 20-acre parcel and a 100-acre parcel a 'surplus.' This is a formal declaration of Draper Citys intention to sell the property and begin the process of negotiating with potential buyers.    The 2 parcels currently reside within SunCrest and […]