Recent News

Family Festival Dates Set

Mark your calendars and join us for the 2015 Cedar Hills Family Festival the week of June 1, culminating with a parade and Fireworks Spectacular on June 6. We are excited to announce that we’ve selected a new carnival company, which will provide a wider range of rides for all ages and a better level of customer service. In addition to last year's events, we expect to add several new on

New Arts Council Seeks Volunteers

The newly formed Cedar Hills Citizens Advisory Arts Council is seeking residents, age 16 and up, who want to be part of this volunteer council to promote the arts in Cedar Hills. If interested, please contact the city’s front desk or Emily Cox at

Have You Seen the Bookmobile?

The Utah County Bookmobile comes to town every other Monday (March 9 & 23) from 1:00 to 2:30 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.

New! Co-ed Teen Soccer

Come join the Cedar Hills Co-ed Teen Soccer League for high school students, grades 10 through 12. Form your own teams and enter your team name when you register.

Tot Soccer Is Back with the Spring Session!

Tot Soccer is a fun, six-week soccer league for children ages three and four. Games are played on Tuesday evenings, starting April 21. Parents are encouraged to coach, if possible.

Candidate Filing Period for the 2015 Municipal Elections

There will be a municipal election this year for the following offices: Three (3) city council positions (four-year terms, January 2016 to January 2020). The candidate filing period is between Monday, June 1, and Monday, June 8. Interested parties may file for office in person with the city recorder at the Cedar Hills city office at 10246 N Canyon Road during normal office hours: Monday through Thursday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. and Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. A fee of $35 is required at the time of filing. The statutory qualification requirements for municipal office are:

Motorized Vehicles and Sledding 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. Also, sledding, skiing, and the like are not allowed on the golf course. 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.

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.

Winter On-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 from November 1 through March 31:

2014 State of the City Report

Communicating with residents and being transparent are high priorities for city staff and elected officials. We have added several new and effective ways to get information to residents, including the State of the City Report, which covers a variety of topics and issues that face the City of Cedar Hills. The 2014 report is mailed to every household in Cedar Hills and is available as a download on the city's website: State of the City Report 2014.