The City finds there is an urgent need to establish a water conservation goal and has created a Water Conservation Citizens Advisory Committee, which is made up of Cedar Hills residents with various expertise and focus on conservation. Last year, the City’s usage exceeded the State’s recommendation by more than double.
For Cedar Hills' first annual Family Festival service project, we have decided to team up with the Escalera and Launfal Foundations to help build schools and provide 1,000 feminine hygiene kits to people in desperate need living in the high mountains of Chiapas in Southern Mexico. Monetary donations will go directly towards school construction and hygiene kits.
The American Fork Police Department, which Cedar Hills contracts for police service, would like to give citizens an opportunity to participate in the acquisition of two new police service dogs. The current dogs, Wolf and Duco, are now nine years old (63 human years) and suffer from arthritis, back and joint discomfort, and fatigue.
“Volunteering is the ultimate exercise in democracy. You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in.” ~ Marjorie Moore
It’s a new year and what better way to kick it off than to get involved in the community. As a city, we rely not only on staff and officials to make things happen but also on numerous volunteers who dedicate time and effort to make Cedar Hills a wonderful place to live. I want to thank all of those who serve on our many committees: