Nestled at the mouth of American Fork Canyon on a mountain bench, the bedroom community of Cedar Hills provides a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains, Utah Lake, and Utah Valley. People find the quiet, rural setting a relaxing place to raise their families. The City offers an extensive pedestrian trail system, which links its many parks and open spaces, including the Cedar Hills Golf Club, an 18-hole, par 72 championship golf course.
Get to know Cedar Hills - the Trailhead to Adventure in Northern Utah County: Infographic
Incorporated and Established: November 2, 1977
Recognized as City of the Third Class: August 3, 1999 (Classification is now fifth class based on population between 1,000 and 10,000.)
Estimated Population: Based on the number of boundary adjustments and building permits issued each month since the 2010 census, the population is estimated to be 10,066 residents as of July 1, 2013.
Population Growth: From 2003 to 2013 the percentage of growth was 79% (population in 2003 was 5,614).
Estimated Number of Residential Dwellings: 2,510 residences @ 4.01 individuals per household.
Area Size: 2.7 square miles
Average Price of Homes: $327,560
Altitude: 5,280 ft.
The topography of Cedar Hills varies significantly. With the many annexations of land from both the lower areas and the hillside zone into Cedar Hills in recent years, the City's elevation ranges from lower than 5,280 ft. to greater than 5,280 ft. The elevation could be listed as several points. Choosing the altitude of 5,280 ft. is more for notoriety than substance---we are Utah's Mile-High City. Also, one of the holes at the Cedar Hills Golf Club is named Mile-High because it (#14) is actually a 5,280 feet above sea level.
Zip Code: 84062
Area Codes: 801, 435, 385
Time Zone: Utah is in the Mountain Time Zone.
Utah House Representative: Michael S. Kennedy
Utah Senate Representative: John L. Valentine
Utah Congressional Representative: Jason Chaffetz