Recent News

Haunted Creek and Trick or Treat

Rain or shine, the Youth City Council will host Haunted Creek and Trick or Treat on Monday, October 30, at Heritage Park. Trick or treating for ages eight and younger from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. and Haunted Creek for ages nine and older from 7:00-8:00. Each activity is 25 cents per person.

Fall Family Festival

Looking for a free and fun event for your family? Come to the 3rd Annual Fall Family Festival! Free games, prizes, treats, kids show, crafts, balloons, and face painting will be offered by New Hope Bible Church, coordinated through the city's Community Services Department.

Beautification Committee Recognizes Spooky Yards of the Month

Barrett Residence, 4273 W Manila Creek DriveNew this year! The city's Beautification Committee recognizes homes and yards that are decorated to scare even the brave at heart and show just how creative Cedar Hills residents are at this time of year. The committee will select one home from each of the five voting precincts in Cedar Hills. "Read more" to view the winners.

Concept for New Cedar Hills Park Released

As part of the park master plan update, the city is working with In-Site Design Group on a concept for developing 12 acres of parkland, which was recently purchased from the Harvey farm. The site is located at approximately 4200 West, between Harvey Boulevard on the north and Murdock Trail on the south.

Planning Commission and Board of Adjustment Vacancies Announced

The City of Cedar Hills hereby gives notice and announces two vacancies in the office of the Planning Commision (alternates) and a vacancy in the office of the Board of Adjustment (regular member). The term of appointment of an alternate member of the Planning Commission shall be for a period of up to one year. The term of appointment of a regular member of the Board of Adjustment shall be for a period of five years. The Mayor shall make recommendations to the City Council on appointments to the Planning Commission and the Board of Adjustment.

You Did It Again! Tulip Planting at Roundabout Is Success!

The service day organized by Boyd Wilkins and the city's Beautification Committee on October 7 was a success! The project was to prepare the flower beds and plant 700 tulip bulbs. Ten enthusiastic volunteers participated in this project, which provided another great opportunity to give service and work together as a community. The result will be a burst of color in the spring.

Election Day

The 2017 Municipal General Election will be administered entirely by mail by the Utah County Elections Office. Ballots will be mailed by the County to each registered voter beginning October 17. Completed ballots must be clearly postmarked before Election Day, November 7, or placed in the ballot box anytime at the Cedar Hills city office building, 10246 N Canyon Road, by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

2017 Voter Information Pamphlet and Public Meeting: Proposition #7 PARC Tax

On November 7, 2017, Cedar Hills voters will have the responsibility to vote on an opinion question entitled Proposition #7, which asks whether or not the city should impose a sales and use tax for cultural arts, recreational, and botanical organizations or facilities (PARC Tax).

Ski Bus 2018 Registration Is Open

Ski Bus Dates for 2018: February 3, 10, 24

The city offers lessons for skiers and snowboarders, ages 7 to 17, of all skill levels. The fee for each individual is $200, which includes transportation to Snowbird, lift tickets, two-hour lessons each week, and a half day on the slopes. Chaperones are needed and will receive complimentary lift tickets.