Community Services Department
Greg Gordon Director
801-785-9668, ext. 601
Laurie Anderson Coordinator
Nicole Allen Coordinator
801-785-9668, ext. 302
The Community Services Department facilitates the production of various community events, including recreational programs for youth. Online Registration is available for sports and recreation programs in Cedar Hills EXCEPT baseball, which has its own site below.
All youth sports and recreation programs are open to non-residents with no additional fees. We are pleased to announce a new tri-city partnership with
Highland City and Alpine City residents in our
recreation and sports programs.
Sports Officials Needed
The recreation department is in need of sports officials (referees). These are part-time, non-benefitted positions, which entail officiating various recreational sporting events for the city. Officiators are needed for Jr. Jazz (Jan.-March). For more information visit the Employment page.
Ski Bus 2015
Join us for ski and snowboarding lessons at Snowbird! The City of Cedar Hills will charter a bus up to Snowbird on February 7, 21, and 28, 2015. Participants must sign up for all three dates. The bus leaves the Cedar Hills Community Recreation Center at 8:00am and returns around 5:00pm. Cost is $190 per child and includes lift tickets, two-hour lessons each week, and a scarf. Registration is open for kids ages 7 to 17. All sign ups need to be done by a parent or guardian at the Cedar Hills office, 10246 N. Canyon Road, in order to sign the parental waiver.
New Session of Karate Classes Begins Nov. 10 - Register NOW!
Karate classes for children ages 6-12 are offered at the Cedar Hills Recreation Center. The one-hour classes are held Mondays and Wednesdays. Beginner-level classes are at 5:00 p.m. and intermediate-level classes are at 6:00 p.m. Registration fee is $50 for each five-week session. Register online at SportSites.
Jr. Jazz Youth Basketball
Jr. Jazz allows boys and girls from third grade up to eighth grade to develop skills and learn good sportsmanship while having fun. Registration runs through November 30, 2014, on SportSites, with late registration available through early December as space permits. The game season runs early January through mid-March. Questions? Contact the Cedar Hills Recreation Department at 801-785-9668, ext. 302, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fitness BOOTCAMPS, Karate & Dance Classes
Fitness BOOTCAMPS for adults and karate and dance classes for children and adults are available at the Cedar Hills Community Recreation Center, 10640 N. Clubhouse Drive. To learn more about these services, click here.
The recreation department offers ongoing Karate classes at the Community Recreation Center. The five-week sessions offer multiple skill levels for all ages 13 and up. Non-residents welcome! Visit SportSites to find out when the next session begins. These beginning and intermediate classes will create a fun, multi-level Karate training experience for teens and adults (13+). The curriculum provides a basic foundation for learning self defense; increasing and developing muscular flexibility, strength, and coordination; reinforcing principles of discipline, respect, humility, and self understanding; and provide a safe, cultural, learning environment. Each class begins with bowing in, stretching, and exercise.
The City of Cedar Hills offers T-Ball for boys and girls, ages four and five. This is a great way to introduce children to baseball or softball. Every child bats every inning and plays in the outfield. Games are played twice a week, beginning the last week of May through the end of June. Registration opens on SportSites in April of each year until the teams are filled. The cost is $25 per child. Questions? Contact Laurie Anderson at 801-785-9668, ext. 302, or e-mail email@example.com. Non-residents are welcome with no extra fee!
Tot Soccer is a fun, six-week soccer league for children ages 3 & 4, offered in both the spring and fall every year. Parents are encouraged to coach, if possible. Online registration is available on SportSites. Registration fee is $25. Games are played on Tuesday evenings. The Cedar Hills Tot Soccer League welcomes Highland and Alpine residents as part of the new Tri-City recreational program. For more information contact the Cedar Hills Recreation Department.
Cedar Hills Recreation partners with Central Utah Youth Lacrosse for BOYS in grades 3-8, including non-residents. No prior experience required. The season consists of six games, normally played on Saturdays, against teams from American Fork and Pleasant Grove. A tournament is held for grades 5-8. Registration normally runs early spring, and games begin in June. All other information, including cost, is available on SportSites after the registration opens. All equipment, which is available for rent or purchase from sports stores, is the responsibility of the participant. Mouth guards are mandatory for play.
Cedar Hills Soccer League - Kindergarten through 2nd Grade
Cedar Hills offers leagues for co-ed Kindergarten teams and for boy and girl teams for children going into the 1st through 2nd grades. The one-time registration for both fall and spring sessions is available at the start of the fall season. The fall session runs August-September, and the spring session runs April-May. The cost is $65 for both sessions. The fee includes a shirt, shorts, and socks—and every child receives a soccer ball! Registration is available on SportSites. The Cedar Hills Soccer League welcomes Highland and Alpine residents as part of the new Tri-City recreational program.
Youth flag football is for boys and girls in grades 2 through 9. The program is open to kids in Cedar Hills and surrounding cities; there's no additional fee for non-residents. Registration is available on SportSites through mid-August each year, with late registration available as space permits. The season runs mid-September through mid-October.
Pickleball: One of the fastest growing sports in North America
Pickleball is a racket sport in which two to four players use 15-inch long solid paddles made of wood or composite materials to hit a wiffle ball back and forth over a net. The sport shares features of other racket sports, the dimensions and layout of a Badminton court, and a net and rules similar to tennis with a few modifications. Pickleball was invented in the mid-1960s as a children's backyard pastime, but quickly became popular among adults as a fun game for players of all skill levels. The game can be played in singles or doubles.
Drop-in classes for adults and kids 12 and older are offered at the Pleasant Grove recreation center, 547 S. Locust Avenue, from 9-11 a.m. every Thursday morning and Friday evenings from 7-9 p.m. These are drop-in classes and require no registration, just a day-pass fee of $3.25. The balls and paddles are provided, so you do not need to take equipment.
Two separate four-week clinics for kids ages eight to 14 are also available, one in April and one in May on Wednesdays. The cost for the four classes is $37.50. Registration must be procured through Pleasant Grove Recreation. Participants will have the opportunity to purchase an aluminum core paddle and ball for only $30. For more information contact the Cedar Hills Recreation Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 801-785-9668, ext. 601.
FIRST LEGO League
The City of Cedar Hills will not be facilitating teams for Lego League this year. We are stepping back and putting all our focus on the Lego League qualifier, which will be held on January 17, 2015, at Cedar Ridge Elementary. If your children are interested in Lego League or you are interested in coaching, please look to the following resources: Utah FIRST LEGO League, Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute, University of Utah, 105 Fort Douglas Blvd. #604, Salt Lake City UT 84113, or call 801-585-1496. Website: email@example.com. There is also a Facebook page where you can learn more. Further inquiries can be directed to Anne Bastien at the University of Utah. Her e-mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lone Peak Youth Baseball
Boys and girls ages 4 to 15 living in North Utah County (including Cedar Hills) may register online at: www.lpbaseball.org. Athletes from all North Utah County communities are welcome to play. The league offers recreation or competition play. All information regarding leagues, schedules, cost, and registration may be found on the league's Web site. Please note: Lone Peak Youth Baseball is not run by the City of Cedar Hills. It is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization, which serves all North Utah County communities equally.
Lone Peak Youth Football
LPYF offers organized, full-contact, tackle football for youth in grades 1 through 8, organized by elementary, junior high, and high school boundaries. Parents of interested participants are encouraged to visit the website at: www.LonePeakYouthFootball.com for online registration and more details, or e-mail (email@example.com) for answers to questions.
Lone Peak Youth Cheer Program
Check the Lone Peak Youth Cheer website or e-mail Allyson Hendricks for more information. Come join the fun!