Recent News

Reports of Cloudy Drinking Water

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.

Winterize: Pressurized Irrigation Ends

The pressurized irrigation will be winterized on October 15. After that date, the system will be turned off until April 15, 2015. Leave your individual shut-off valve in the “open” position to allow for proper drainage. Each system must be drained to prevent damage to components caused by frozen water inside pipes and valves. Prior to the system being energized in the spring, “close” the individual shut-off valve. If your sprinkler system is still in service after October 18, please notify the city and we will provide an investigation for a possible cross connection. 

Jr. Jazz Basketball Registration Is Open

Jr. Jazz allows boys and girls from third grade up to eighth grade to develop skills and learn good sportsmanship while having fun! Online registration is now available through November 30. The games begin on January 8 and will run through the middle of March. Register online from the Cedar Hills website. Non-residents may play at no additional charge. Questions?

Timpanogos Symphony Orchestra Concert

John Pew conducts the Timpanogos Symphony OrchestraThe Timpanogos Symphony Orchestra will present it's fall concert on October 10 and 11 at Timberline Middle School. The Deseret Chamber Singers, a mixed-voice choir based in Salt Lake and Utah Valleys with soprano Melissa Heath, will perform with the orchestra. The program will feature Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 and Rutter's Magnificat. Tickets are available at the door or at Suggested age of attendees is eight years and older. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m.

Little Dragons Karate: New Session Begins

Karate classes for children ages 6-12 will begin October 6 at the Cedar Hills Recreation Center. Classes are held on Mondays and Wednesdays. Beginner-level classes are from 5 to 6 p.m., and intermediate-level classes are from 6 to 7 p.m. The registration fee is $50 for each five-week session. Little Dragons Karate provides a basic foundation for learning self-defense and increases muscular flexibility, strength, and coordination, as well as reinforcing principles of discipline, respect

Speech Contest: 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-2014. This is for all junior and senior high school students in North Utah County. The first place cash prize is $1,000! Second and third place prizes, along with 15 additional cash prizes, will be awarded. Entry forms are due by October 24, and the contest will be held November 1, with the awards ceremony on November 8. Optional training sessions will be held Oct. 9 and 11 in the American Fork Library. For all the details and the official rules, please view the Entry Form. Questions may be directed to Janice Mayne, chair of the contest, at 801-756-3823.

Annual Haunted Creek and Pumpkin Walk Set for Oct. 27

Carve, paint, or decorate a pumpkin and enter it into the Cedar Hills Youth City Council’s Annual Pumpkin Walk at Heritage Park on October 27. Please label your pumpkin with your name and phone number and bring it to Heritage Park between 5-5:30pm or to the Cedar Hills Recreation Center any time after 8am on the day of the event. Prizes will be awarded for the best pumpkins! Please submit the Entry Form to the the city office, if you wish to enter pumpkins in the contest. The Haunted Creek and Pumpkin Walk begins at 7:00 p.m.

Water-ometer for Sept. 19, 2014

We would like to thank our residents for adjusting their irrigation systems to accommodate the cooler temperatures at this time of year. Last week saw a drop of 10 million gallons over the previous week.  According to state guidelines, city-wide irrigation use is still slightly over where it should be by about one million gallons. That’s not too shabby, considering that our peak demand exceeded 30 million gallons over state guidelines during the second week in July. There are now less than 30 days until the irrigation system will be winterized. If you notice

Girl Scouts in Cedar Hills

Join the adventure of Girl Scouting and see how great it is to be involved! Girl Scouts is for all girls, grades K-12. It builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. We also make it convenient and fun to be a volunteer. Local troops meet at Cedar Ridge Elementary School in Cedar Hills on the second and fourth Mondays of each month at 3:15 p.m. All who are interested in participating or finding out more are invited to attend the Cedar Ridge troop meetings. For more information visit