Recent News

Community Developments: "What's all the construction on Canyon Road and Cedar Hills Drive?"

There are two development projects currently being worked on in the city. The first is a residential development on the east side of Canyon Road, called the Lakeshore Trails subdivision. The first of two phases of this plan is the building of five homes at the end of Bayhill Drive, which will turn this existing street into a cul-de-sac. The second phase is off of Canyon Road across from the fire station, creating 17 new homes. The developer is currently installing utilities to these lots.

Food Truck Rallies

We are excited to announce a new community event – a weekly food truck rally. We will hold this rally every Thursday evening from 5:00 to 9:00 at Heritage Park through mid-September and will resume again next April. Each week there will be four or five food trucks available. This is a great opportunity to enjoy good food and spend a fun time with friends and neighbors.


Open Fires Banned East of Canyon Road

Due to dry weather conditions, the fire chief of the Lone Peak Public Safety District has recommended the city implement the following restrictions: Effective immediately, open fires are banned in the areas east of Canyon Road within city limits. Barbecues and fire pits are allowed when properly covered. Please be advised that conditions may change. Up-to-date information on restrictions will be posted on the city’s website. 

New Fall & Winter Recreation Guide

The 2015-16 Fall & Winter Recreation Guide provides an at-a-glance reference for planned events through Winter 2016. Details are available on the Youth Sports page or on SportSites for events and sports programs that require registration.

Cedar Hills Implements Outdoor Water Restrictions

CEDAR HILLS – On May 5, 2015, the Cedar Hills City Council voted to implement outdoor water conservation measures for all water users within the city. This policy applies to residential and commercial users, although commercial users, parks, churches, and schools will be on different schedules. 

Residential properties with house numbers ending in an odd number will be allowed to water Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Property house numbers ending in an even number will be allowed to water Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Spot watering with secondary water from a hose is allowed on Sundays. Restrictions will be enforced with a warning for the first violation, a $50 fine for the second violation, and a $200 fine for the third and subsequent violations. 

Yards of the Month

The Barlow Residence on SpyglassEach month during the summer, the Beautification Committee gives awards to residents in recognition of their efforts to beautify the city. Photos of the 2015 Yards of the Month winners are available for viewing on the city’s website Yards of the Month page.

City's Monthly Utility Statements Going Paperless

As of August 1, the city is going paperless. This means, if you have an Internet connection and an email address, you can view current and past statements online at Once the account is established on Xpress Bill Pay, select the paperless billing option.

$500 Reward Offered for Vandalism Information

We are disappointed to report that the face panels on the city’s Community Recreation Center sign, located at the intersection of Canyon Road and Bayhill Drive, have been extensively vandalized on six different occasions since its installation less than six months ago. The face panels for this sign cost over $1,000 to replace, so the city has been temporarily repairing the panel

Have You Seen the Bookmobile?

The Utah County Bookmobile comes to town every other Monday (August 10 and 24) from 1:00 to 3:00 (new summer hours) and will be parked at the LDS church located at the roundabout behind Walmart. This service is offered at no cost to the city or its residents. You may obtain a library card  directly from the bookmobile when it is in Cedar Hills.

Motorized Vehicles Prohibited on City Property

No motorized vehicles are allowed on city property, i.e. parks, golf course, etc. ATVs and other vehicles on the lawns at Mesquite and other parks damage the grass and sprinklers. These activities severely damage the turf, and in some cases takes an entire season to restore. Please be considerate in this regard to help maintain and protect this valuable resource.