April 13, 2017

The City of Cedar Hills is a leader in sustainable practices by supporting generated wind power in the western region. With its Blue Sky renewable energy purchase in 2016, the city is greening its electricity use to keep the environment healthy and preserve resources. The city covers 100 percent of its city buildings’ electricity use using renewable energy.

We made a difference in 2016 by supporting 69,600 kilowatt hours, reducing our CO2 by 61,863 pounds, which is comparble to 66,760 miles not driven or 727 trees planted.

The City of Cedar Hills joins thousands of Utahns buying Blue Sky and encouraging renewable energy development in the region. To learn more, please rockymountainpower.net/bluesky.

COVID-19 Update

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

For information updates, please click the COVID-19 link on our home page.