Frequently Asked Questions

SkyRidge Development, LLC, is principally owned by Steve Fellows from San Diego and Tom Thomas, a long-time developer from Las Vegas.

SkyRidge is managed by Tyler Aldous with land planning and engineering by Jack Johnson Consulting.

SkyRidge, working with MIDA, is coordinating the current construction of the long-awaited Jordanelle Parkway which will connect the Mayflower Exit on US-40 to State Highway 248 at Brown’s Canyon, with substantial completion is anticipated by late-fall 2019. The Jordanelle Special Services District (JSSD) will provide water and sewer services. The Jordanelle Specially Planned Area (JSPA) Planning Commission, a division of Wasatch County, is the land planning authority.

SkyRidge will be developed over multiple phases. Phase One consists of 132 homesites in the Orion, Ursa, and Constellation Subdivisions.

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

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

In addition to vast open space, SkyRidge Development will construct and provide:

• Clubhouse featuring a grocery café with bar, fitness facility, game room, and outfitter. It will be an independent facility open to SkyRidge owners and the public, therefore, not part of the HOA.

• Infinity pool with cabanas, splash pad, and kids’ area. It will be a HOA facility available to SkyRidge owners.

• Golf Academy and training center comprised of a pro shop, practice facility, 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 to simulate playing nine holes. It will be an independent facility open to SkyRidge owners and the public, therefore, not part of the HOA.

• Equestrian Center featuring an 18-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 owners and the public, therefore, not part of the HOA.

• Community Park with playground, picnic tables, and pavilion. HOA owned and operated, open to SkyRidge owners and the public.

• SkyRidge has worked diligently with Mountain Trails Foundation to connect the SkyRidge community trails to the Park City trail network and will be adding two trailheads and miles of pedestrian, hiking, biking, and equestrian trails.  HOA owned and operated, open to SkyRidge owners and the public.

SkyRidge Mountain Community governing documents can be accessed by clicking on the links below.

The preliminary budget is $185 per month.

Rentals are allowed for minimum 3-night stay.

Jordanelle Parkway will be maintained and managed by Wasatch County. All other roads are maintained by the HOA.

• Jordanelle Special Services District (JSSD) Water and Sewer
• Wasatch County School District
• Rocky Mountain Power
• Dominion Energy
• Utopia Fiber and Comcast – High-Speed Internet
• Approximate Wasatch County Property Taxes are a percentage of the property value
          o Primary Residence .55% of Market Value
          o Secondary Homeowners 1.1% of Market Value

SkyRidge homes are subject to Architectural Review Committee (ARC) approval. Traditional Mountain and Contemporary Mountain Modern architectural styles are encouraged.

SkyRidge Mountain Community

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