Recent News

Coach-Pitch Baseball

The Cedar Hills Recreation Department offers a  coach-pitch baseball program for boys and girls, ages 6 and 7. This is the next league after our T-ball program. Online registration at REC1.com begins April 1, 2017, and runs through May 7. Games will be played two days per week on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday evenings. Every child bats every inning and plays in the field. The season begins the first week of June and runs through the end of June. Non-residents are welcome at no additional cost.

Motorized Vehicles Prohibited in City Parks and Golf Course

Motorized vehicles are not allowed in city parks and on the golf course. ATVs and other vehicles on the lawns at Mesquite and other parks damage the grass and sprinklers. These activities severely damage the turf, and some cases take an entire season to restore. Please be considerate in this regard to help maintain and protect our valuable resources. If you see such activities taking place, please notify the city or call the police to report them.
Thank you!

Club V Volleyball Training for Girls & Boys

Cedar Hills teams up with Club V Volleyball for instruction for girls and boys, ages 6-14. All classes are held at Club V's Lindon facility at 632 North 2000 West. When registering on the Club V site, please enter "Cedar Hills" in the referral spot

On-Street Winter Parking Stipulations

During the winter months, keeping roadways clear of vehicles increases safety for other drivers and reduces obstructions during snow removal. If cars are parked on a street during snow removal operations, the street may not get plowed, due to an increased risk for damage and collision. 

Parking on a Cedar Hills street is prohibited:

  • When snow is falling
  • When there is a visible amount of snow on the street
  • When the street hasn’t been plowed
  • Between the hours of 1:00am and 7:00am (November 1 through March 31)
  • During snow/ice removal
  • For any continuous period of more than 48 hours

City Recorder Receives Excellence in Information Governance Award

Colleen Mulvey, Cedar Hills City RecorderThe Utah State Division of Archives and Records Service has awarded the city's recorder, Colleen Mulvey, with the 2016 Excellence in Information Governance Award. Through her leadership and development of the city's records management program, the review committee was particularly impressed with her contributions in the following areas:

 

Mayor Gygi Invites Residents to Chat

Mayor Gary Gygi

Mayor Gygi will be available to speak with residents every Thursday from 8:00am to 10:00am. Anyone wishing to speak with Mayor Gygi may find him at the Public Safety Building (fire station), 3925 W. Cedar Hills Drive, in the basement office, which is accessible only by the stairs located on the east side of the building. The Mayor's contact information is available on the Contact Information page of this website.

Paperless: It's the Way to Go!

If you have an Internet connection and an email address, you can view current and past statements online at XpressBillPay.com. Once the account is established on Xpress Bill Pay, select the paperless billing option. "Read More" below for the benefits, options, and step-by-step instructions to setup payments using one of the many auto-pay options.

Who Ya Gonna Call? Water, Sewer, Road Emergencies

The City of Cedar Hills stands ready to assist residents with water, sewer, and road emergencies 24/7. During office hours, city staff members are immediately available to help with city-related emergencies and non-emergencies via phone, email, or the "contact us" feature on the city's website. Regular office hours are: Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

When the city office is closed, our professional on-call public works technicians are available to respond to water, sewer, or road emergencies onlyand they are just a phone call away, using the after-hours number: 801-420-2243In after-hours emergency situations, precious time can be lost when city administrators or city officials (mayor and council) are attempted to be contacted. 

Life-threatening medical or fire emergencies should always be reported using 911Police-related issues such as vandalism, suspicious activity, etc. should be reported directly to the American Fork Police Department. 

Shooting in the Foothills

The city has received a number of calls expressing concern over the target shooting in the east bench area. The city is actively working with the U.S. Forest Service, American Fork Police, and property owners in the area on an extensive plan to eliminate the discharge of firearms within city limits.

City Requests Photos

If you have beautiful and interesting photos of the city, its surrounding mountains and views, animal life, or fascinating pictures of the people, we would like to receive them for possible use on the city’s website and in city literature. Please e-mail JPG files to frontdesk@cedarhills.org.

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