Recent News

Ms. Marisa's Story Time - The Polar Express

"For all who truly believe," come to the annual reading of the children’s holiday classic picture book The Polar Express. Children accompanied by adults are invited to attend on Wednesday, December 14, at 11:00 a.m. at the Cedar Hills Recreation Center in the Vista Room by the fireplace. There will be songs, activities, and treats! 

On-Street Winter Parking Stipulations

During the winter months, keeping roadways clear of 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. 

Parking on a Cedar Hills street is prohibited:

  • When snow is falling
  • When there is a visible amount of snow on the street
  • When the street hasn’t been plowed
  • Between the hours of 1:00am and 7:00am (November 1 through March 31)
  • During snow/ice removal
  • For any continuous period of more than 48 hours

Cedar Hills Night with the Utah Jazz

Purchase ticket vouchers at the Cedar Hills city office for the Jazz game with the New Orleans Pelicans on Monday, March 6. The game will be played at the Vivint Smart Home Arena at 7:00 p.m. The upper-concourse vouchers are reduced to $15 per person and include popcorn and a drink. Game vouchers make great gifts!

Light Up Cedar Hills 2016!

The city’s Beautification Committee will sponsor the annual Light Up Cedar Hills contest. Judges from the committee will canvass the city on Friday evening, Dec. 16, to determine who has the best outdoor lighting displays. One winner will be selected from each voting precinct, and the five winners will be announced in the January newsletter. 

City Offers Passport Services

The city office is now an official passport application acceptance facility. U.S. citizens planning international travel may apply in person for passport services at the city office, located at 10246 N. Canyon Road, Cedar Hills.

City Recorder Receives Excellence in Information Governance Award

Colleen Mulvey, Cedar Hills City RecorderThe Utah State Division of Archives and Records Service has awarded the city's recorder, Colleen Mulvey, with the 2016 Excellence in Information Governance Award. Through her leadership and development of the city's records management program, the review committee was particularly impressed with her contributions in the following areas:

 

Ski Bus 2017

The city offers lessons for skiers and snowboarders, ages 7 to 17, of all skill levels. Registration may be completed online at Ski Bus Signups. The Ski Bus dates for 2017 are: January 28, February 4 and 11. 

Radon Test Kits

The U.S. Surgeon General has warned that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer, next to smoking. In Cedar Hills, one out of every two homes may have high levels of radon. The only way to know is to test.

Mayor Gygi Invites Residents to Chat

Mayor Gary Gygi

Mayor Gygi will be available to speak with residents every Thursday from 8:00am to 10:00am. Anyone wishing to speak with Mayor Gygi may find him at the Public Safety Building (fire station), 3925 W. Cedar Hills Drive, in the basement office, which is accessible only by the stairs located on the east side of the building. The Mayor's contact information is available on the Contact Information page of this website.

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