Recent News

Routine Maintenance May Cause Momentary Reduction in Water Pressure

Beginning Monday, July 22, some pressurized irrigation users in the lower zone may experience a reduction in water pressure between 1:00 and 1:30 p.m. for about five to 10 minutes. A routine maintenance procedure will be performed every Monday at that time. Questions may be directed to the Public Works Department.

City Hits Record Secondary Water Useage

July 18 - According to the weekly pressurized irrigation usage, the city used over 30 million gallons more than we should have for the week. It was the worst week so far this summer for overuse.

City Recognizes Chad Lewis as Cedar Hills Champion

Chad LewisAs part of the Cedar Hills Champions program, the City Council recognized Chad Lewis for receiving the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award through the Boy Scouts of America. This award is given to men who earned their Eagle Scout Award in their youth and then received extraordinary national-level recognition, fame, or eminence in their profession. Read the full press release.

Weekly Water Conservation Tips

July 11, 2014 - Light thunder showers have reduced temperatures for the last part of the week, allowing a reduction in irrigation need. However, temperatures are expected to climb into the triple digits by Tuesday of next week. For specific tips on water conservation go to www.chwater.org.

Fireworks Restrictions and Safety

CEDAR HILLS – Fireworks season is here and so are dry weather conditions. Current restrictions prohibit aerial fireworks and open pit fires east of Canyon Road; however, the City encourages residents to use fireworks responsibly and safely to reduce the risk of accident and fires. Below are safety tips provided by the National Council on fireworks safety.

Summer Concert Series

The City of Cedar Hills, Seventy3 Creative, and Maui Chill will host a free Summer Concert Series, held once a month from July through September at the Heritage Park Amphitheater.

Fireworks and Open Fire Restrictions Set in Place

The fire marshal for the Lone Peak Public Safety District has identified the areas east of Canyon Road as high fire danger areas. Aerial fireworks designed to go higher than 15 feet and open pit fires without screens are not permitted east of Canyon Road. Currently, conditions west of Canyon Road will permit both ground and aerial fireworks and open fire pits up to 36 inches in diameter. Questions should be directed to the Fire Department at 801-763-5365.

The City would like to invite residents, either in restricted areas or non-restricted areas, to enjoy lighting their own fireworks at Mesquite Park, located at 10440 North Mesquite Way, on July 4th, and July 24th, 2014. Public safety personnel will be present to monitor activity. We appreciate your cooperation in providing a safe firework season. 

Cedar Hills Recognizes John D. Lamb

John D. LambAs part of the Cedar Hills Champions program, the City Council recognizes Cedar Hills resident Professor John D. Lamb for receiving the Karl G. Maeser Distinguished Faculty Lecture Award through Brigham Young University. June 18, 2014, was declared John D. Lamb Day in Cedar Hills. Read the Press Release for further information.

Golf Course Ponds and Cart Trails Closed to Public

Parents, please keep your children safe and help the city keep the golf course amenities and utility infrastructures safe and reliable. Now that the weather is warm and school is out, concerns have been raised with adults and children entering the course and ponds. The golf course greens, ponds, and cart trails are NOT intended to be used for personal recreation.

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