Recent News

State of the City Report 2015

We are pleased to present the 2015 State of the City Report. In this report you will find important information on things such as the Fiscal Year 2016 budget, upcoming projects for the year, recreation and community events, property taxes, and city financial obligations. In an effort to reduce expenses and still provide this service, this year and in all subsequent years the report will be emailed to residents, and it will also continue to be available on the city’s website. We hope you will find the information in this report valuable and informative.

City Office Closed & Garbage Pickup

The city office will be closed Thursday and Friday for the Thanksgiving weekend. There will be a one-day delay for Friday’s garbage and recycling pickup. 

City Night with BYU Men’s Basketball

Join us in the BYU Marriott Center for the Cedar Hills City Night with the BYU men’s basketball team vs. Pepperdine on January 30. Tickets start at $6 online at Click on Promotions to access the shopping cart. The promo codes is: BYUCEDARHILLS. In addition to the January 30 game, the promo is also valid for ALL home games.

Official Results of the Nov. 3 General Election

Under the direction of the Cedar Hills city recorder and city council, a canvass of the general election results was conducted at the regularly scheduled city council meeting on November 17 in the Cedar Hills Community Recreation Center. The canvass was based on election data received from the Utah County Clerk’s Office, which administered the city’s all vote-by-mail general election and counted and tallied all Cedar Hills ballots. The purpose of the canvass is to account for every ballot cast and ensure that every valid vote is included in the election totals. This involves accounting for every absentee (vote-by-mail) ballot, every ballot cast on Election Day, every provisional ballot, and every overseas and military ballot cast by absentee. Read more to view the results:

YCC’s Annual Santa’s Workshop

Each year our Youth City Council plans and executes multiple fundraising projects, with proceeds going toward helping families in our community at Christmastime. This year we are asking for donations in the form of money or gift cards to Wal-Mart. No new or used toys please. The monetary donations may be mailed or dropped off to the city office building. Just mention it’s for YCC’s Santa’s Workshop.

A Night with Santa

The annual Cedar Hills “Night with Santa” party will be held on Monday, Dec 7, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Vista Room at the city’s community center. To start the evening off, Santa will arrive in his fire truck, so come early to see his arrival.

Light Up Cedar Hills!

The Beautification, Recreation, Parks and Trails Citizen Advisory Committee will sponsor the city’s annual Light Up Cedar Hills contest. Judges from the committee will canvass the city on Friday, Dec. 18, to determine who has the best outdoor lighting displays.

Ski Bus 2016

Attention skiers and snowboarders ages 7 to 17! The city offers lessons for all skill levels on February 6, 20, and 27, 2016. The cost per person is $200, which includes transportation, lift tickets, two-hour lessons each week, and a half day on the slopes. Sign ups need to be completed in person at the Cedar Hills city office building, 10246 N Canyon Road, in order for the guardian to sign a waiver.

Jr. Jazz Basketball Online Registration Is Open

Online registration is open at for the 2016 Jr. Jazz season. Jr. Jazz allows boys from the third to ninth grades and girls from the third to eighth grades to develop skills and learn good sportsmanship while having fun. The game season runs from early January through mid-March. Ninth grade boys teams have been added this year. First-time users of the city's new online registration site at will be required to create an account.