Regarding on-street parking, the city’s ordinance states: “It shall be unlawful to park any vehicle in the same location on a street or municipal property for a continuous period of time exceeding 48 hours” (Ordinance 8-6-2008A). In addition to this regulation, which remains in effect, there are added restrictions from November 1 through March 31:
Recently, the city has received a number of phone calls reporting water that appears cloudy or milky. Do not be alarmed; the water is safe to drink. Sometimes water fresh from the tap can appear cloudy. Within a minute or two, the cloudiness rises toward the top of a glass and before long the whole glass is crystal clear. This is caused by excess oxygen escaping from the water.
The full-menu grill at the Cedar Hills Recreation Center has closed for the season. Limited concessions, including hot dogs, chips, drinks, and candy bars, will be available at the center during winter hours from 8 to 5.
Communicating with residents and being transparent are high priorities for city staff and elected officials. We have added several new and effective ways to get information to residents, including the State of the City Report, which covers a variety of topics and issues that face the City of Cedar Hills. The 2014 report is mailed to every household in Cedar Hills and is available as a download on the city's website: State of the City Report 2014.
Great news! The City of Cedar Hills recently received two large government grants to supplement city expenses in forestry and emergency management. A forestry grant in the amount of $8,000 was awarded for tree removal, pruning, and invasive species control in city parks and along city trails.