Recent News

Ski Bus 2017

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

Retirement Open House for Battalion Chief Joe McRae

Battalion Chief Joe McRaeThe public is welcome to an open house to honor Battalion Chief Joe McRae at his retirement. The event is hosted by the Lone Peak Fire District and will be held at Station 201, located in Highland at 5582 Parkway West.

Talk Shop with a Cop

Please join with our police officers for "Talk Shop with a Cop" on October 7th from 7:00 until 9:30 AM in the Vista Room. Come and meet the men and women who patrol your neighborhoods. This is a good way for us to get to know each other and ask questions. We look forward to meeting you at our event!

Jr. Jazz Basketball

Jr. Jazz allows kids to develop skills and learn good sportsmanship while having fun. Cedar Hills offers play for boys and girls in the 2nd through 9th grades. The game season runs from early January through mid-March. Online registration begins October 3, 2016, for the 2017 season. Register at REC1.com. Non-residents, welcome!

Pressurized Irrigation Winterized

The city’s pressurized irrigation will be winterized on October 15. After that date the system will be turned off until April 15, 2017.

Rainout Hotline for Youth Sports

The city now has a rainout hotline for parents to call if they have questions about whether or not a game is being canceled due to poor weather conditions. The rainout hotline number is 801-785-9668, ext. 150. Here, an automated recording will be provided with updated information.

Please be advised that rain does not automatically mean games will be canceled; we will play on in most cases. Typically, games will be canceled in the event of lightning or a severe downpour.

Evaluation of UDEQ Water Quality Data Following the Tibble Fork Reservoir Sediment Release

Mayor and City Council:

The city received a copy of an updated screening analysis by the Utah Division of Water Quality for discharge flows from the American Fork River. Three additional sites were tested. They include the ditch in Heritage Park, Highland Glenn Park Reservoir, and the Manila Reservoir in Pleasant Grove. None of these additional locations proved to exceed water screening limits for agriculture, recreation, or aquatic life limits. This is consistent with data previously received. The City of Cedar Hills is safe to use American Fork River water in the pressurized irrigation system. As always, irrigation water is not safe for human consumption, nor has it ever been. 

The findings by the Utah Division of Water Quality and a link to the 24-page Evaluation are provided below.

David H. Bunker
City Manager/Engineer
City of Cedar Hills 

Living Well with Diabetes

This free session of classes will be offered by the Utah County Health Department on Tuesday mornings, October 11 through November 15, at the Cedar Hills Community Center, 10640 N Clubhouse Drive, from 10 a.m. to noon.

Residents Recognized for Beautiful Yards

Each month during the summer, the Beautification Committee gives awards to residents in recognition of their efforts to beautify the city. Photos of the 2016 Yards of the Month winners are available for viewing on the city’s Yards of the Month page.

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