Recent News

Emergency Management Town Hall Meeting

The city’s third annual Emergency Management Town Hall Meeting will focus on earthquake emergency preparedness. The meeting will be held on Thursday, February 12, at 7:00 p.m. in the Cedar Hills Community Recreation Center, 10640 N. Clubhouse Drive.

Candidate Filing Period for the 2015 Municipal Elections

There will be a municipal election this year for the following offices: Three (3) city council positions (four-year terms, January 2016 to January 2020). The candidate filing period is between June 1 and June 7, 2015. Because June 7 falls on a Saturday, the filing period will be extended to 5:00 p.m. on Monday, June 8, 2015. Interested parties may file for office in person with the city recorder at the Cedar Hills city office at 10246 N Canyon Road during normal office hours: Monday through Thursday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. and Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. A fee of $35 is required at the time of filing. The statutory qualification requirements for municipal office are:

A Night Out with the Utah Jazz!

Purchase discounted tickets at the Cedar Hills city office for the Jazz game on Monday, Feb. 23, 2015, with defending champions, the San Antonio Spurs. The upper concourse tickets are $15 per person and include a free hot dog and a drink. Any seat is a great seat, with new video monitors positioned throughout the Energy Solutions arena.

7th Annual Santa’s Workshop Is Huge Success!

A number of enthusiastic Youth City Council members helped brighten the Christmas mornings of many Cedar Hills Families last month. Thanks to the many generous donations from residents, corporate sponsors, and YCC fund raisers throughout the year, each recipient family received many items on their wish lists that were personally wrapped by the YCC. Cash donations will continue to be accepted all year long at the city office for next year’s workshop.

Board of Adjustment Vacancy

The City of Cedar Hills announces a vacancy in the office of the Board of Adjustment. The term of appointment of the regular member will be for a period of five years. The Mayor will make a recommendation to the City Council on appointments to the Board of Adjustment.

Vandalism Comes with a High Price Tag

A new directional sign was vandalized twice after its installation on Canyon Road.Vandalism is an issue we continue to have throughout the city, and it comes with a high price tag. Over the past few years we have spent almost $140,000 to replace or repair items that have been vandalized.

Motorized Vehicles and Sledding Prohibited on City Property

No motorized vehicles are allowed on city property, i.e. parks, golf course, etc. ATVs and other vehicles on the lawns at Mesquite and other parks damage the grass and sprinklers. Also, sledding, skiing, and the like are not allowed on the golf course. These activities severely damage the turf, and in some cases takes an entire season to restore. Please be considerate in this regard to help maintain and protect this valuable resource.

Slippery Roads

Salt has proven itself as the most effective, cost-efficient melting material for icy or snow-covered roads. However, as the temperature falls below 10-15 degrees Fahrenheit, salt loses its melting power and becomes ineffective. Public Works spreads salt to help provide traction, and as the temperatures rise the salt will activate and melt the ice. We urge drivers to be cautious as they approach intersections and sloped roads.


Light Up Cedar Hills Winners Announced

The Beautification, Recreation, Parks and Trails Citizen Advisory Committee brought back the Light Up Cedar Hills contest this year.