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Fathering with Love and Logic


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Recent News

No Street Parking

November 7, 2019

Keeping roads clear of additional vehicles increases safety for other drivers and reduces obstructions during snow removal. If cars are parked on a street during snow removal operations, the street may not get plowed, due to an increased risk for damage and collision. On snowy days or during snow/ice removal, citations will be issued for […]

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Emergency Self-Triage

October 24, 2019

What do you do when your area is hit with an earthquake, mudslide, tornado, chemical spill, gas-main break, or even a prolonged power outage? How can you efficiently communicate your needs or your location to first responders?  Thanks to Kyler Smith and his idea for an Eagle Scout Project, you can now download and print […]

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Nuisance Animals

October 24, 2019

Any animal that does any of the following shall be deemed a nuisance: Causes damages to the property of anyone other than its owner or custodian. Causes unreasonable fouling of the air by odors. Defecates on any public street, sidewalk, park or building, or on any private property without the consent of the owner of […]

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Public Works/Building Department Assistant

October 17, 2019

Public Works/Building Department Assistant This is a full-time, benefited, position responsible for the clerical needs of the City’s Public Works/Building departments. The position reports directly to the Public Works Director/Building Official and works closely with the entire department in achieving City-wide goals and objectives. Job Description  

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Halloween Safety Tips

October 15, 2019

Halloween has made so many fond memories for families everywhere and helped to instill a love of fall that still lives with most of us today. Sadly, many kids get hit by cars during Halloween. A little planning before the big night can go a long way toward keeping your children injury free. Because pedestrian […]

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9 Ways to Winterize Your Car

October 10, 2019

9 Ways to Winterize Your Car If you owned a car before 1980, winterizing your car was a necessary and often elaborate ritual to keep your car running in tip-top shape during the cold weather months. Fortunately, modern cars don’t require the same extensive winterization routines. Auto technology allows cars to start in the coldest […]

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Fathering with Love and Logic

October 10, 2019

Fathering with Love and Logic is a FREE 5-session course that teaches fathers and father-figures how to raise responsible kids and enjoy parenting! Dinner is provided at each session! First session is required for food and incentive eligibility. Must be 18 or older to attend. No childcare provided. Tuesdays starting November 5th – December 3rd from […]

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National Weather Service Briefing

October 8, 2019

A Near-Record Cold Storm Wednesday and Thursday. Synopsis/Overview: An unseasonably cold storm will push through Utah Wednesday and Thursday dropping daytime and overnight temperatures near-record lows. Daytime temperatures will be almost 30 degrees colder from Tuesday to Wednesday, with overnight temperatures below freezing Wednesday and Thursday nights, including valley floors. Mountain snow showers are possible […]

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AF Canyon Construction

October 1, 2019

Construction has begun today in American Fork Canyon from Pine Hollow and Tibble Fork Reservoir, simultaneously. Crews will be working down toward the mouth of the canyon to tie in to the fiber conduit already placed during the American Fork City spring collection/water pipeline replacement project. Construction on this phase is expected to last through […]

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What Does American Fork Fire/Rescue Offer?

September 30, 2019

Did you know that American Fork Fire and Rescue has more to offer?  They provide the following services to the residents of Cedar Hills as well as American Fork residents.  Car Seat Safety Checks: They will make sure the car seat you have is properly installed and that it is the correct seat for your […]

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Northbound I-15 Closed in Lehi

September 24, 2019

Northbound I-15 will be closed between Lehi Main Street and 2100 North for four nights. From Tuesday through Thursday night, the closure starts at 11 p.m. and continues through 4:30 a.m. the following day. On Friday night, the freeway will close at 11:59 p.m, and will reopen Saturday morning at 6 a.m.Drivers will be detoured […]

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Always Move To The Right

September 17, 2019

There has been some confusion as to what you should do when a police vehicle, fire engine, ambulance, or other emergency vehicle using a siren, air horn, or a red or blue flashing light approaches from ANY direction.   You must yield the right-of-way to any police vehicle, fire engine, ambulance, or other emergency vehicle using a siren and red/blue lights. Drive to […]

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Cancellation of 2019 General Election

September 17, 2019

 NOTICE OF THE CANCELLATION OF THE CITY OF CEDAR HILLS 2019 MUNICIPAL GENERAL ELECTION   Pursuant to the provisions of Utah Code Annotated § 20A-1-206, the City of Cedar Hills, Utah County, Utah, hereby gives notice that on September 10, 2019, the City Council passed and approved Resolution No. 09-10-2019A, a resolution cancelling the November […]

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Winterizing Your PI System

September 12, 2019

It’s that time of year again; the public works department will start winterizing the pressurized irrigation system on October 10th. The irrigation system will be turned off for the winter and re-energized next spring. Draining the irrigation system take a few days to complete. The higher (elevation) your irrigation system is, the sooner it will […]

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Preparing For Seasonal Change

September 12, 2019

Although winter comes as no surprise, many of us are not ready for its arrival. If you are prepared for the hazards of winter, you will be more likely to stay safe and healthy when temperatures start to drop. It is never too early to start preparing.   Take These Steps for Your Home Many […]

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Deerfield PTA Fun Run and Auction

September 11, 2019

Deerfield PTA has invited you to join them for their inaugural Fun Run and Auction. This event will held in place of the walk-a-thon and is the ONLY PTA FUNDRAISER this year! This event will be held on Monday, September 16th from 6-8pm at Deerfield Elementary.  Bring the whole family to:  1: Eat at the food […]

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Senior Classes

September 11, 2019

Sponsored by: Humana- You do not have to be a member to attend. Everyone is welcome.   Brain Boot Camp You are cordially invited to Brain Boot Camp!  Your brain has everything to do with who you are and what you do. Keeping your mind sharp is just as important for good health as exercising is. […]

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Want To Be Heard By The County?

August 29, 2019

Dear Residents, Earlier this year I promised to launch a new tool to help survey our community more effectively. Later today the County Commission will officially announce our new “Your County, Your Voice” program. I wanted to share it with you first and ask you to please make your opinion known by taking the survey […]

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Canyon Road Closure

August 22, 2019

Tomorrow-Friday, August 23rd   Intermountain Slurry Seal, Inc. (Utah County Public Works) will be resurfacing a SIGNIFICANT length of Canyon Road and is scheduled from very early in the morning to late evening.   DO NO DRIVE YOUR CAR THROUGH THE BARRICADES!   The seal they are using to resurface stays wet for a few […]

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Mayor’s Message August 2019

August 5, 2019

Mayor’s MessageOver the past several months, I have been working with our City Council and many others from throughout Utah County to advocate for a change in our county form of government. Since Utah County was created, we have operated under a three-member commission, which is setup so that three elected commissioners hold both executive […]

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Senior Health Fair

August 5, 2019

Welcome to the 35th annual health and wellness fair! This event is open to the public. They will be offering legal document help by giving assistance with advance directives and power of attorney, free health screenings for varicose veins, skin exams, vision, pre-diabetes, a shred truck to shred any of your old documents, vaccinations (with […]

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Leash Laws

July 19, 2019

IT’S THE LAW In Utah there is no statewide requirement that you keep your dog on a leash. Each municipality has authority to make its own law regarding dogs and you would be hard-pressed to find a county or city that does not have one of their own. Leash laws in Utah are uniform in requiring any dog to […]

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Most Memorable First Tee!

July 18, 2019

See why people are calling the Cedar Hills Golf Club “The most memorable first tee.” Check out our new video and experience Cedar Hills in a whole new light this summer. CedarHills30

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Youth Fire-Setter Prevention Program

July 17, 2019

FIRE SAFETY STARTS AT HOME The American Fork Fire/Rescue Youth Fire-setter Intervention Program has taken a positive approach in its efforts to stop youth fire setting. A goal to stop fire setting in our community by youth has been established. This goal shall be accomplished through investigation, identification, assessment, evaluation, education, and appropriate referral to […]

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Free Breakfast

July 8, 2019

FREE Breakfast for Cedar Hills Families! Want a great start to the day? How about a free breakfast! Join us Saturday, August 17, from 9am to 10:30am at the Vista Room at the Cedar Hills Community Center. This has become a fun tradition for all of the residents and their families. There will be all […]

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Construction Notice

June 28, 2019

On Monday, July 1st and Tuesday, July 2nd road work will begin in the Canyon Heights area. Portions of the road will be closed for 30-60 minute segments throughout these two days to prepare for additional resurfacing work which is scheduled for July 9th, 10th, and 12th. Please be patient and courteous as this work […]

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Firework & Fire Restrictions 2019

June 28, 2019

With the fireworks season upon us, the city declares its support for the American Fork Fire Department to limit fire risk in our community by adopting a resolution (City Code 5-2-3A4), which outlines these restrictions: Fireworks: All aerial and non-stationary fireworks, i.e. ground flower types, are prohibited inside and within 200 feet of the highlighted […]

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Creekside Theatre 2019

June 26, 2019

the Creekside Theatre Fest invites you to come bring your family and a blanket to watch a great show with us under the stars at the beautiful Heritage Park Amphitheater!  Shows are held nightly at 8pm For more information, please go to their website at creeksidetheatrefest.org

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We Are Hiring!

June 18, 2019

The City of Cedar Hills is looking for hard working people to join our team! See what positions we have available at cedarhills.org/employment/

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Lost & Found

June 13, 2019

We have quite a few items left over from the Family Festival. If you are missing anything, feel free to give us a call or drop by the office to retrieve your items. We will be holding them till the end of the month. If not claimed, the items will be donated.

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Household Hazardous Waste Disposal

June 7, 2019

Do you have left over paint, medications, car batteries or electronics and don’t know where to dispose of them? DO NOT throw them in your regular garbage can! If you missed the collection day, you still have several options for disposing of household hazardous waste in Utah County. Click the link to find out what […]

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Canyon Road Construction Update

May 31, 2019

Limited amount of progress was made due to weather conditions. Concrete work will resume as the ground dries to meet standards. Next week’s meeting will be onsite to evaluate the areas where asphalt repair is required. 9220 N asphalt placement will be completed in conjunction with other area placement. Cedar Hills fire hydrant evaluation requests […]

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Draft Environmental Assessment Public Meeting

May 21, 2019

Date: June 11, 2019 – Tuesday Time: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM (MST) Location: Vista Room, 10640 North Clubhouse Drive, Cedar Hills, UT You are invited to attend a Draft Environmental Assessment public meeting, which will describe the alternatives analyzed and potential impacts to the environment from the project. The proposed improvements consist of piping […]

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Get Your 2019 Family Festival Tickets!

April 23, 2019

Discounted tickets may be purchased online using the Ticket Order Form or by mail until midnight on Monday, May 27. Discounted tickets may also be purchased at the city office until Monday, June 3 at 3PM. After June 3, tickets will only be available at each event. Tickets purchased at events will be sold at “day of” […]

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4th Annual Cedar Hills Pickleball Rocks Tournament

April 17, 2019

We are excited to announce our fourth annual pickleball tournament in conjunction with Cedar Hills Family Festival. The tournament will be held at the pickleball courts in Burgess Park in Alpine. We will utilize the tennis courts, as well, so we will have 12 pickleball courts for the tournament, which will be held on June […]

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Food Truck Rally

April 8, 2019

The Food Truck Rally is back to spice up your Wednesday nights this summer! The Food Truck League of Utah will coordinate the rallies every Wednesday night, beginning May 1, from 5:00 to 9:00 at Heritage Park, where your favorite food trucks will be hanging out right in your own neighborhood. “Share” this event with […]

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New Construction Projects

March 29, 2019

There are a few construction projects starting in the city. First, the land just south of WalMart will be a new home development.  All agreements have been finalized and the land has been purchased by David Weekley Homes. They are starting to put in the infrastructure needed and hope to have several homes built this […]

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2019 Municipal Election

March 1, 2019

A municipal election will be held this year for three city council positions, all four-year terms. The candidate filing period is between Monday, June 3 and Friday, June 7. Interested persons may file for office with the city recorder at the Cedar Hills city office, 10246 N Canyon Road, during the hours of 8:00 a.m. […]

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