Recent News

Employment: Golf Course Groundskeepers

Golf Course Specialist/Groundskeeper: Part-time (20-40 hours per week), seasonal position responsible for overseeing all golf cart functions, as well as clubhouse and driving range maintenance. Click here for a complete job description.

Statement from the City

Where inaccurate or incorrect information is publicly advanced, the City feels it is in the interest of the community to provide an accurate and correct summary. Recently, statements made on a public website present inaccurate or incomplete information regarding GRAMA requests. The City wishes to address those statements: Statement from the City.

Decisions 2014 Community Survey

The City Council and staff constantly gather information from residents about what Cedar Hills is doing right, ideas for change, and feedback on various services and programs. Resident participation is vital in continuing to make Cedar Hills a great place to live. In 2002, the City Council created “Decisions,” a citizen survey tool, intended to gather information to assist in creating budgets, initiating programs, and more.

Golf Course Resident Appreciation Day

Cedar Hills residents are invited to enjoy a free round of golf at the Cedar Hills Golf Club! It’s our way of saying “THANK YOU” for supporting the city’s recreation programs. Between noon and 3:00 p.m.

Easter Egg Hunt for Teens

Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt for Teens - April 18, 7:30 p.m. The Youth City Council presents the third annual Teen Easter Egg Hunt for kids ages 11-15. Bring your friends, a flashlight, and a basket for a night of hunting for hundreds of prize-filled eggs and candies on the driving range at the golf course, weather permitting. Meet at the Community Recreation Center, 10640 N Clubhouse Drive, on Friday night, April 18, at 7:30 p.m. There will be an “after party” held until 10:00 p.m. in the Vista Room following the hunt.

Easter Egg Hunt for Children

Annual Easter Egg Hunt for Children - April 19, 11:00 a.m.: The Youth City Council presents the Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Heritage Park, 4425 W. Cedar Hills Drive. The hunt is for children ages 10 and under and will begin promptly at 11:00 a.m. Bring your cameras for pictures with the Easter bunny, and come join the fun!

Community Beautification Project

Volunteers Sought for Beautification Project: The City invites volunteers to help in our first annual City Beautification Project. On Saturday, May 3, designated homes in Cedar Hills need help clearing weeds, debris, and doing general cleanup, as well as planting trees, shrubs, and flowers in the front yards. This is a great opportunity for youth groups, Scout troops, and families to work together to create something beautiful and build community pride.

Donations Needed for an Emergency Telephone in American Fork Canyon

Ashleigh Nicole CoxThe Lone Peak Fire Department is accepting donations for the installation of a much-needed emergency telephone in American Fork Canyon. The department established a fund in memory of Ashleigh Nicole Cox, a 21-year-old BYU student from Colorado, who was tragically killed in a canyon avalanche on February 8, 2014.