Recent News

Multi-City Family Preparedness Event

Everyone is invited to the city’s sixth annual Multi-City Family Preparedness Event, which will take place on Monday, March 12, in the Cedar Hills Community Center. The event will be very helpful in organizing your household for emergencies, and it will give individuals, families, businesses, and everyone an opportunity to become involved in this important community effort. Our goal is to have a representative from every household attend.

City Receives Advisory Opinion from Utah State Property Rights Ombudsman

The City of Cedar Hills received a legally nonbinding opinion from the Utah State Property Rights Ombudsman regarding the city’s prudent efforts to limit adverse impacts of high density development. The advisory opinion is available here: Advisory Opinion

Request for Proposals: Residential/Municipal Waste and Recycling Services

The City of Cedar Hills, Utah, invites proposals for residential/municipal waste and recycling services. Proposal submissions will be accepted until February 22, 2018, at 2:00 p.m.

Residential/Municipal Waste and Recycling Services Open Bid (Search CEDAR HILLS, click on "View as PDF")

BYU Young Ambassadors Present Benefit Concert with Lone Peak Choirs

BYU Young AmbassadorsThe BYU Young Ambassadors will join the Lone Peak High School choirs for a benefit concert on Saturday, February 3, at 7:00 p.m. in the Lone Peak High School auditorium. Proceeds will benefit the Lone Peak High School choir program. Tickets are $13 for adults and $11 for students.

Message from the Mayor

Mayor Jenney ReesIt has been my honor to serve as a City Council member for the past six years, and I look forward to continuing to serve Cedar Hills as your mayor over the next four years. We have many important issues to address, and, as always, I welcome your input and feedback, as we make decisions for our community. Some of the issues we expect to address this year include: development in our commercial zone; plans for the new Harvey Park, located in the southeast portion of the city; our public safety needs and options; and the east-west connector road that goes through Highland and connects to Cedar Hills.

Last Call for Ski Bus Registration

The Ski Bus is full, but a special rate is available for lessons and free time only. Participants must provide their own transportation to Snowbird. The lessons are for skiers and snowboarders, ages 7 to 17, of all skill levels. The "lessons only" fee for each individual is $170, which includes lift tickets, two-hour lessons each week, and a half day on the slopes. Ski Bus dates are February 3, 10, 24, 2018. 

2017 Light Up Cedar Hills Winners Announced

The Beautification, Recreation, Parks and Trails Citizen Advisory Committee sponsored the Light Up Cedar Hills contest again this year. Judges drove around the city on December 15 to determine who had the best outdoor lighting displays. Winners from each voting precinct were selected.

A Reminder: Winter Street Parking Regulations

Regarding on-street parking, the city’s ordinance states: “It shall be unlawful to park any vehicle in the same location on a street or municipal property for a continuous period of time exceeding 48 hours” (Ordinance 8-6-2008A). In addition to this regulation, which remains in effect, there are added restrictions during the winter months. Street parking is prohibited when one or more of the following conditions exist:

Fun, Indoor Lessons for Junior Golfers

Cedar Hills Recreation presents: InMotion Junior Golf—Indoor Facility Golf Programs Offered All Winter Long—for kids, ages 4 to 17. New sessions begin January 10 and February 14, 2018.