Cedar Hills Refinances GO Bond

December 19, 2012

CEDAR HILLS – On December 12, 2012, the City of Cedar Hills refinanced its generalobligation bond for the golf course at a new lower rate of 2.47%. This new rate was madeavailable after the City received an AA- bond rating by both Fitch and Standard & Poor inNovember. It is difficult for any community as […]

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Statement from the City of Cedar Hills

November 26, 2012

Where inaccurate or incorrect information is advanced, the City feels it is in the public interest to provide an accurate and correct summary. Inaccurate or incomplete information regarding the golf course and a recent lawsuit has been spread, and the City wishes to address those statements. The statement may be downloaded here.

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City Settles Lawsuit over Impact Fees

November 16, 2012

CEDAR HILLS – On November 15, 2012, the Cedar Hills City Council unanimously agreed to approve asettlement agreement to resolve a lawsuit with the Utah Valley Homebuilders Association. In April, theAssociation filed an action against the City regarding the collection and use of impact fees for recreationfacilities.Under the terms of the settlement agreement, the parties […]

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Cedar Hills Holds Town Hall Meeting to Discuss Golf Course Finances

November 16, 2012

CEDAR HILLS – On November 15, 2012, Cedar Hills held a townhall meeting to discuss thefinancial health of the golf course and to propose a course of action for the future. Earlier in theyear, the Golf Course Finance Advisory Committee was created by the Mayor to review thehistory and financial documents of the golf course. […]

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Harts Gas and Food Open for Business

October 19, 2012

CEDAR HILLS – On October 4, 2012, Cedar Hills welcomed the addition of their very first gas station.Harts Gas and Food opened its doors earlier this month but will have their grand opening celebrations atthe Cedar Hills store on October 19 and 20. This grand opening will include discounts on fuel andvarious items in the […]

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Court Rejects Request for Further Investigation

September 20, 2012

CEDAR HILLS – On September 7, 2012, Judge James R. Taylor with the Fourth Judicial District Courtdenied a request filed by Cedar Hills residents Paul Sorensen and Ken Severn to compel the Utah CountyAttorney to further investigate claims of misconduct against former mayor Eric Richardson and formercity manager Konrad Hildebrandt. In January of this year […]

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Records Committee Denies Appeal

September 17, 2012

CEDAR HILLS – On September 13, 2012, the Utah State Records Committee unanimously ruledin favor of the City of Cedar Hills in an appeal filed by Mr. Ken Cromar to waive the fees paidfor a recent GRAMA request. Generally, any person requesting public records must pay the costto search for and compile responsive records. Mr. […]

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Thirteen Homes Affected by Water Contamination near Mahogany Drive and 9220 North

September 17, 2012

CEDAR HILLS – On September 4, 2012, City officials and staff were notified of possible watercontamination in a line near Mahogany Drive and 9220 North. Residents in that area complained that theculinary water was discolored and had a bad taste. A few residents stated that they may have become illfrom the drinking water. Public Works […]

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City Plans to Provide Paperless Council Agendas

August 31, 2012

CEDAR HILLS – During Tuesday’s meeting the Cedar Hills City Council voted unanimously to continuethe push to move into the electronic age by eliminating the printing of paper agenda packets for councilmembers, and instead provide a technology allowance for each elected official to purchase a tablet oftheir choice on which they will receive electronic copies […]

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STATEMENT FROM CEDAR HILLS MAYOR AND COUNCIL

August 29, 2012

RE: Open Letter From Ken Cromar, et al., Dated August 24, 2012As there is an attempt to spread incorrect information regarding a GRAMA request made by Mr. Ken Cromar, the Mayor and City Council of Cedar Hills would like to address the issue at hand and provide a complete and accurate account of what has […]

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COVID-19 Update

Effective June 29, 2020, masks are required to be worn in all city buildings.

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