District 5 Harding

Dave Harding - District 5

Dave Harding was elected in 2015 and represents District 5. He is a father of four and husband to one wonderful wife. He has served as Dixon Neighborhood Chair, the Timpanogos Elementary School Community Council, and the City's Transportation and Mobility Advisory Committee. He has a PhD in Materials Science from the University of Utah.

Dave's family roots in Provo go back eight generations but he was born and raised in Salt Lake City, helping him appreciate Provo even more now that he lives here. He works at Dymicron as an R&D engineer and a spine scientist. As an engineer, his job is to find elegant solutions to difficult problems. As a scientist, he's trained to question assumptions and critically evaluate evidence. He is eager to use his background as he approaches issues in front of the Council.

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Pleasant View Neighborhood Meeting

  • Date: 04/18/2019 7:00 PM  
  • Location: Centennial Middle School

On Thursday April 18th at 7:00 pm, the Provo City Pleasant View Neighborhood will meet in the auditorium of Centennial Middle School (305 East 2320 North, Provo) to discuss a proposal to add the S (accessory apartment) overlay zone to the existing residential single family zone for 32 homes (see attached map).  The S overlay would permit only homes occupied by the owner(s) to establish an accessory apartment, if, the accessory apartment meets Provo City standards, and, a Provo City permit is issued.  These 32 homes are the only single family homes remaining in the neighborhood that do not have an accessory apartment option for home owners who live in their home.   

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Kyle Wright (Applicant for the zoning change) or Paul Evans (Chair, Pleasant View Neighborhood).

Kyle Wright     Cell: 801-228-7931    Email:  wrightkyle22@gmail.com

Paul Evans        Cell:  801-361-4011      Email:  evansp@byu.edu

This proposed zoning change will be heard in public meeting before the Planning Commission who will make a recommendation on the proposal to the Municipal Council.  The Municipal Council will hold a public meeting to discuss the proposal and take final action, either approving the zone change or not.  There is no scheduled date, yet, for the Planning Commission or Municipal Council for this proposal.  Public comment will be heard at both the Planning Commission and Municipal Council meetings.  Our neighborhood meeting is just one avenue to make your voice heard on this proposal.

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