SkyRidge Development, LLC, is principally owned by Steve Fellows from San Diego and Tom Thomas, a long-time developer from Las Vegas.
SKYRIDGE MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Who are the local developer associates?
SkyRidge is managed by Tyler Aldous with land planning and engineering by Jack Johnson Consulting.
Are there any special zoning, planning, or county codes?
SkyRidge is subject to Wasatch County Codes, the Jordanelle Basin Overlay Zone Codes (JBOZ), Jordanelle Specially Planned Area Codes (JSPA), the Jordanelle Recreation Area (JRA) Design Handbook, and all applicable restrictions and Governing Documents. The JSPA planning commission, a division of Wasatch County, is the land planning authority.
What are the SkyRidge home size guidelines?
Homesite Size 7,000 – 10,000 sf = Home Size Minimum 2,000 – Maximum 4,500 sf of Livable Space
Homesite Size 10,001 – 22,000 sf = Home Size Minimum 2,500 – Maximum 6,000 sf of Livable Space
Homesite Size Over 22,000 sf = Home Size Minimum 3,000 – Maximum 8,000 sf of Livable Space
What are SkyRidge residential setback requirements?
Front Setback – Homes under 6,000 sf 10’ from front property line
Front Setback – Homes over 6,000 sf – Additional setback may be required
Front Setback – Corner Homesites – 10′ from front property lines on street facing sides
Side Setbacks – 10’ from side property lines
Rear Setback – 20’ from rear property line
What are the SkyRidge amenities?
In addition to vast open space, SkyRidge Development may construct and provide:
- Clubhouse featuring spacious indoor and outdoor gathering areas and a grocery café and iconic bar. It will be an independent facility open to SkyRidge residents and the public, therefore, not part of the HOA.
- The Owner’s Clubhouse is a private area with lounge, infinity pool, cabanas, and fitness studio. This will be a HOA facility available to SkyRidge Owner’s.
- Golf course and training center comprised of a pro shop, simulators, driving range, and putting greens. The three-hole short course with par-3, par-4, and par-5 holes will have multiple tee boxes and greens. It will be an independent facility open to SkyRidge residents and the public, therefore, not part of the HOA.
- Equestrian Center featuring a 34-stall barn, training facilities, indoor and outdoor arenas, pasture, washing and grooming areas, and dedicated equestrian trails. It will be an independent facility open to SkyRidge residents and the public, therefore, not part of the HOA.
- SkyRidge has worked diligently with Mountain Trails Foundation to connect the SkyRidge community trails to the Park City trail network and is adding miles of pedestrian, hiking, biking, and equestrian trails. SkyRidge trails are HOA owned and operated, open to SkyRidge owners and the public.
Where are the SkyRidge Documents located: HOA, CC&Rs & Architectural Guidelines?
SkyRidge Mountain Community governing documents may be accessed from the Community Document tab under the “Real Estate” tab. Or click here.
What are the HOA fees?
The HOA monthly fees for 2023 are $240.
What are SkyRidge rental restrictions?
Rentals are allowed for minimum 3-night stay.
Who is responsible for the road maintenance and snow clearing?
Jordanelle Parkway will be maintained and managed by Wasatch County. All other roads are maintained by the HOA.
What companies provide services for the SkyRidge community?
- Water and Sewer – Jordanelle Special Services District (JSSD)
- Sewer – Heber Valley Special Services District (HVSSD)
- School District – Wasatch County
- Electricity – Rocky Mountain Power
- Natural Gas – Dominion Energy
- High Speed Internet – Utopia Fiber, Comcast Xfinitiy, and All West Communications
- Property Taxes in Wasatch County – Are a percentage of the property value
- Primary Residence .55% of Market Value
- Secondary Homeowners 1.1% of Market Value
What are the Architectural requirements for SkyRidge homes?
In addition to all Wasatch County Codes SkyRidge home designs are subject to the Jordanelle Recreation Area (JRA) East Side Design Handbook, SkyRidge Architectural Guidelines, and approval by the SkyRidge Architectural Review Committee (ARC) and the Wasatch County Design Review board. The JRA East Side Design Handbook and SkyRidge Architectural Guidelines may be found in Community Documents under the “Home Building” tab.