City Recognizes Kolin Powell

April 2, 2013

As part of the Cedar Hills Champions program, the City Council will recognize Kolin Powell for his achievements in BMX racing and becoming the 2012 State Champion for the 16-year-old age group. Kolin has been participating in national races for several years. BMX is an Olympic sport and is very demanding. Kolin is very dedicated […]

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Cedar Hills Partners with Sammy’s Cafe

March 27, 2013

On March 26 the City Council unanimously approved a contract for Sammy’s Café to lease the grill space at the Community Recreation Center. Sammy’s currently has three other successful restaurants in operation. In May 2008, Sam Schultz opened the first Sammy’s Café in downtown Provo. The response from the local community was overwhelming. Schultz later […]

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Annual “Blood Battle” – April 9

March 26, 2013

Horrocks Engineers is hosting its annual “blood battle” and encourages all North Utah County residents to participate. The annual blood drive is a friendly competition to see which city can give the most blood donations to the American Red Cross. Each year the team or city with the greatest number of donors is named Blood […]

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Cedar Hills Declares April as Child Abuse Prevention Month

March 25, 2013

The City Council recently adopted a proclamation designating April as Child Abuse Prevention Month. This will be held in conjunction with the national Pinwheels for Prevention® program organized by Prevent Child Abuse Utah. The city will display 192 pinwheels at the Public Safety Building during the first week of April, and residents are encouraged to […]

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Cedar Hills Supports Epilepsy: Declares March 26 as Purple Day

March 20, 2013

On March 19 the City Council proclaimed March 26 as Purple Day. This day is recognized all over the world in honor of the over 50 million people who live with epilepsy. Purple Day for Epilepsy, which will be observed annually by the City of Cedar Hills, is dedicated to raising awareness about the disorder. […]

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Gary Gygi Selected as LPPSD Chair

March 19, 2013

In their recent meeting, the board of the Lone Peak Public Safety District (LPPSD) selected Mayor Gary Gygi of Cedar Hills to serve as chairperson, replacing Mayor Hunt Willoughby of Alpine who has served as chair for the past two years. The LPPSD board consists of seven representatives from the cities of Cedar Hills, Alpine, […]

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Mayor Gygi to Participate in Mayors on Wheels Day

March 4, 2013

On Tuesday, March 5, Mayor Gary Gygi will participate in the Mountainland Association of Governments third annual Mayors for Meals Day. This is part of the Meals-on-Wheels program provided by this organization. “I am honored to participate in this event,” stated Mayor Gary Gygi. “Programs such as this provide a valuable service to those in […]

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Statement from the City of Cedar Hills

February 26, 2013

Where inaccurate or incorrect information is publicly advanced, the City feels it is in the interest of the community to provide an accurate and correct summary. Recently, statements made on a public website present inaccurate or incomplete information regarding a recent request for records. The City wishes to address those statements. Download: Statement from the […]

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City to Hold Emergency Management Town Hall Meeting

February 21, 2013

On February 21, 2013, at 7:00pm Cedar Hills will host a town hall meeting focusing on emergency management. Speakers will include members of local LDS stake presidencies, a representative from Lone Peak Public Safety District, and City officials. This is an opportunity to learn how residents and the City will work together in the event […]

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Cedar Hills Receives GFOA Budget Presentation Award

February 20, 2013

On February 19, 2013, the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) presented the City of Cedar Hills with the GFOA’s Distinguished Budget Presentation Award. City Finance Director Charl Louw was also presented with a Certificate of Recognition for Budget Presentation as the individual primarily responsible for having achieved this award. View the entire Press Release.

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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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