The City owns and operates its own culinary (drinking) water utility system, serving over 2,300 residential connections. This water is provided through City wells and system connections with American Fork’s water system. The City has also constructed a secondary irrigation system throughout the entire community.
Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for the City of Cedar Hills
We are pleased to report that our drinking water meets Federal and State requirements. Download the most recent Drinking Water Quality Report for the City of Cedar Hills. This report is designed to inform consumers about the quality of the water and services that the City delivers every day. The constant goal is to provide a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. The City wants each customer to understand the efforts that are made to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources.
Culinary Water Frequently Asked Questions
Q: My meter reading is very high. What could be the problem?
A: Several things may be attributed to high water usage readings:
- There may be a break in the water line. Please contact the Public Works Department, and they will determine if there is a leak. If the break is on the homeowner's side of the water meter, the homeowner is responsible for the cost of repairing the line. If the break is on the City’s side of the water meter (usually the street side), then the City will bear the cost of repairing the break.
- You may have a defective water meter. Again, call the Public Works Department, and they will check the meter for defects.
- You may have toilets that are constantly running water. Check your toilets for running water.