Recent News

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.

Speech Contest for Junior and Senior High School Students: America, Our Country

Students in our community have the opportunity to win cash prizes by entering the Mary Kawakami Scholarship Speech Contest: America, Our Country-2016. This is for all 7th through 12th grade junior and senior high school students in North Utah County.

DEQ Water Samples Show Metals Contamination in American Fork River

During the past week several reports have surfaced regarding discharge flows from the Tibble Fork Dam Rehabilitation Project. On Friday, August 26, 2016, national, state, and local leaders held a meeting to discuss water sample data from the American Fork River, resulting from the Tibble Fork discharge event. The following news release from the State of Utah Department of Environmental Quality summarizes the potential health risks and includes citizen advisories for contact with discharge sediment.

Xpress Bill Pay iOS Mobile App

Now you can pay your Cedar Hills water bills with a new Xpress Bill Pay iOS mobile app. The new, free mobile app is now available for download from the App Store. This new app allows you to:

Radon Test Kits

The U.S. Surgeon General has warned that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer, next to smoking. In Cedar Hills, one out of every two homes may have high levels of radon. The only way to know is to test.

Open-Pit Fire Restrictions Continue

OPEN-PIT FIRES EAST OF CANYON ROAD ARE PROHIBITED. 

Due to increased fire danger and dry conditions, open-pit fires east of Canyon Road are prohibited. 


Serving Up an Ace for the Dyslexia Center of Utah

Recently, the Dyslexia Center of Utah benefited from a fun charity tennis tournament. The center, located in the Lexington Heights Office Park in Cedar Hills, received funds from the tournament to provide scholarships for children in their programs. The Dyslexia Center of Utah helps children improve their reading skills, which leads to self-confidence, lower school drop-out rates, improved social conduct, and better adult employment.

City Adjusts Water Rates Effective July 1, 2016

As recommended in the 2012 utility rate study completed by Bowen Collins, the city has increased some of its water rates, effective July 1, 2016. The increases are necessary to continue the appropriate level of service and to help keep the infrastructure maintained. The complete Bowen Collins study is available on the Utility Rates page. The following table shows the increases:

City Continues with Landscape Watering Restrictions

CEDAR HILLS –The City of Cedar Hills will continue to implement outdoor water conservation measures for all residential water users within the city. Restrictions were implemented last year and will continue for the 2016 watering season. This policy is in effect from April 15 to October 15 each year. 

Mayor Gygi Invites Residents to Chat

Mayor Gary GygiMayor Gygi will be available to speak with residents every Thursday from 8:00am to 10:00am. Anyone wishing to speak with Mayor Gygi may find him at the Public Safety Building (fire station), 3925 W. Cedar Hills Drive, in the basement office, which is accessible only by the stairs located on the east side of the building. The Mayor's contact information is available on the Contact Information page of this website.

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