Recent News

Fireworks & Open Fire Restrictions

The safety of Cedar Hills is the first priority for our emergency services and elected officials. For that reason, the Mayor and City Council are supporting the Fire Chief’s administrative decision to place the following restrictions on open fires and fireworks, effective immediately. 

EAST of Canyon Road:

  • No ground or aerial fireworks
  • No open pit fires without screens 

WEST of Canyon Road:

  • No aerial fireworks
  • Fire pits up to 36” in diameter are permitted

We appreciate the support and cooperation of all residents in helping to reduce the fire danger in our area.

Youth Theater Class Registration

On Thursday evenings, starting August 17, Cedar Hills Youth Theater offers classes for youth ages 8-18. Exceptions for seven year olds will be made on a case by case basis. The twelve-week course will be taught by Jordan Long, assistant administrator and fine arts chair at Liahona Preparatory Academy.

Denise Andersen Appointed to Fill Council Vacancy

CEDAR HILLS – During their June 20th meeting, the City Council appointed Denise Andersen to fill the vacancy left after the resignation of Rob Crawley. This term will be completed at the end of the year. While six candidates applied for the vacancy, only four were available for interviews. After a series of questions, a final vote lead to the appointment of Mrs. Andersen. She was then sworn in to office by city recorder, Colleen Mulvey. 

Yards of the Month - 2017

Every June through September the Beautification Committee gives awards for the nicest yards in Cedar Hills. The city has been divided into areas according to voting precincts (see precinct map), and one winner from each area is selected each month.

Plants & Soils Classes with Dr. Dianne Farrer

These are not your typical gardening classes; they’re the advanced edition! Have you ever had questions about what kind and how much fertilizer to use? Or the harm or usefulness of pesticides? In her light-hearted and not-so-boring presentation style Dr. Dianne Farrer will give the scientific background needed to understand soil and water relationships, botany, ecology, and more. There will also be field trips and invited speakers.

The class on June 21 will be her last class. The class will take place from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in the Cedar Hills Recreation Center basement, 10640 N. Clubhouse Drive. No registration required. Oh, and did we mention that it’s FREE! Click on "Read More" for detailed information about each class. 

Parks, Trails, and Aquatics Master Plan Update

The city needs an objective, collaborative effort that creates a prioritized action plan for park maintenance, potential parks, and trails improvements that is relevant for the demographics throughout the city. The mayor and council are not necessarily in favor of any new large projects, but some residents have expressed interest in the past, and we are tryi

Youth Ultimate Frisbee League and Free Frisbee Clinic

 Boys and girls in Cedar Hills, Highland, and Alpine, ages 8 to 18, are invited to a free frisbee clinic and to join the Youth Ultimate Frisbee League. Practice begins end of June. Games at Pheasant Brook Park in Lindon begin July 1 through August 12. Free Frisbee clinic on June 24.

Creekside Theatre Fest June 14-26

The Cedar Hills Arts Council presents the second year of this family-friendly repertoire festival, which runs June 14 through 26. The two plays will be performed by semi-professional actors.

Reppin’ Cedar Hills! We Need Photos!

We need photos of the "faces" of Cedar Hills The Utah County Fair is scheduled for August 16-19, and each city has been invited to participate in a Bull Decorating Competition. A two-dimensional, life-sized, plywood bull has been provided to each city office in the county to decorate around the fair’s theme: “A Family Fun-A-Fair” to represent Cedar Hills in the County Fair.