Recent News

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. 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. 

Shooting Firearms 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.

Book the Vista Room for Your Special Event

The Vista Room at the Cedar Hills Community Center is the perfect place for special events: weddings, parties, family functions, business meetings, and more. Special resident rates available. Call Becky or Robyn at 801-785-9668, ext. 300, or visit us at 10640 N Clubhouse Drive in Cedar Hills, Utah, or online at www.VistaCedarHills.com.

Little Free Library in Cedar Hills

The Little Free Library located at 9991 N Mulberry Drive in Cedar Hills, UtahTake a book, leave a book at The Little Free Library in Cedar Hills: There is a new library in Cedar Hills - but you won't need a library card or an ISBN to borrow books. Judy Arnold has opened her own Little Free Library to the community, a small, enclosed bookcase stationed at the edge of her front lawn located at 9991 N Mulberry Drive. There, people can take a book, exchange a book, or donate a book.

Update Your Email Address to Receive the City’s Monthly Newsletter

With the city going to paperless billing, residents will receive the monthly newsletter via email. Please verify that we have on file the address to which you would like the newsletters sent.

Know What’s Below: Call 811 Before You Dig

How does 811 work? Call 811 from anywhere in the country a few days prior to digging, and your call will be routed to your local One Call Center. Tell the operator where you're planning to dig, what type of work you will be doing and your affected local utilities companies will be notified about your intent to dig.

Golf Course Ponds Closed to Public

The golf course ponds are a beautiful amenity to the golf course and also serve as essential storage reservoirs for the City’s pressurized irrigation system. As part of the City’s water utility system, the ponds are maintained for City use only. The ponds are NOT intended to be used for personal recreation. Recently, concerns have been raised with adults and children entering the ponds for various reasons, i.e. swimming, retrieving golf balls, fishing, boating, ice skating.

Protocol at City Parks

Cedar Hills has many beautiful parks and trails. Please be aware that there are rules established for usage to ensure safety and enjoyment for those in the park and those who live near the parks.

· Parks are closed at dark. If anyone is in the park after hours, the police will be notified.

· Pets are to be on a leash and owners should dispose of waste properly. Most of the parks now have pet waste stations, including bags, to make sure that the parks are able to be enjoyed by everyone.

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