Recent News

Annual Haunted Creek and Pumpkin Walk at Heritage Park

Carve, paint, or decorate a pumpkin and enter it into the Cedar Hills Youth City Council’s Annual Pumpkin Walk at Heritage Park on October 27. Please label your pumpkin with your name and phone number and bring it to Heritage Park between 5-5:30pm or to the Cedar Hills Recreation Center any time after 8am on the day of the event. Prizes will be awarded for the best pumpkins! Please submit the Entry Form to the the city office, if you wish to enter pumpkins in the contest. The Haunted Creek and Pumpkin Walk begins at 7:00 p.m.

Girl Scouts in Cedar Hills

Join the adventure of Girl Scouting and see how great it is to be involved! Girl Scouts is for all girls, grades K-12. It builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. We also make it convenient and fun to be a volunteer. Local troops meet at Cedar Ridge Elementary School in Cedar Hills on the second and fourth Mondays of each month at 3:15 p.m. All who are interested in participating or finding out more are invited to attend the Cedar Ridge troop meetings. For more information visit

City Recognizes Jerianne Conroy

Jerianne ConroyCEDAR HILLS – As part of the Cedar Hills Champions program, the City Council will recognize Jerianne Conroy for her efforts and successes serving as the Family Festival Committee chairperson for the past two years. 

Jerianne has been a resident of Cedar Hills for eight years. In 2012 she was asked by City officials to chair the newly formed Family Festival Committee, which consists of several volunteers from throughout the community who work with City staff to plan and implement the week-long events and celebrations. Jerianne has dedicated many hours and weeks to this role and, with her team and staff, put on two very successful festivals. <--break->

Caregiver Support Series

A free, informative support series, focusing on the needs of those caring for their aging loved ones, will be held monthly through November at 6:00 p.m. at The Charleston assisted living facility, 10020 North 4600 West in Cedar Hills. The scheduled topics are:

Priscilla Leek Recognized by City

Priscilla LeekAs part of the Cedar Hills Champions program, the City Council recognized Priscilla Leek for receiving the Huntsman Award for Excellence in Education earlier this year. The purpose of the award is to recognize, inspire, and reward the best teachers, school administrators, and volunteers in Utah for continually seeking ways to improve the quality of education in the public school system. Ms. Leek is one of 11 educators to receive this award and was recognized for her professionalism, creative teaching approaches, and her positive influence on her students. She teaches US Studies, AP Government, Psychology, and Sociology at Springville High School. Each of the award recipients received a $10,000 award and were honored at a banquet in May.

An Important Message to Parents of Elementary School Children

The crossing guard lights are flashing and the sidewalks are filled with kids eager to attend school. The city asks for your help in keeping our children safe as they walk to and from school. Please take a few minutes and explain the following precautions to your children:

Children's Story Time Every Wednesday

Story Time is held every Wednesday at the Community Recreation CenterThe city invites you to a fun-filled year of songs, stories, and art with Miss Marisa. Every Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. a free story time for children of all ages, accompanied by a parent, will be held at the Cedar Hills Community Recreation Center in the Vista Room in front of the fireplace. We can’t wait to see you there. Questions? Call Marisa Wright at: 801-900-1036.

Introducing Cottonwood Estates - Premium Lots in the Heart of Cedar Hills

The flyer includes the phone number of the agent: Cottonwood Estates

City Recognizes Chad Lewis as Cedar Hills Champion

Chad LewisAs part of the Cedar Hills Champions program, the City Council recognized Chad Lewis for receiving the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award through the Boy Scouts of America. This award is given to men who earned their Eagle Scout Award in their youth and then received extraordinary national-level recognition, fame, or eminence in their profession. Read the full press release.

Cedar Hills Recognizes John D. Lamb

John D. LambAs part of the Cedar Hills Champions program, the City Council recognizes Cedar Hills resident Professor John D. Lamb for receiving the Karl G. Maeser Distinguished Faculty Lecture Award through Brigham Young University. June 18, 2014, was declared John D. Lamb Day in Cedar Hills. Read the Press Release for further information.