2021 Firework Restrictions

June 15, 2021

The City Council, under the advice of the Fire Marshal, has updated the fireworks restrictions for the City of Cedar Hills. Due to the extreme drought conditions, high fire danger, and high heat the City Council held a special meeting on June 14th to take action on implementing the new direction. Before you purchase fireworks […]

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Harvey Park

June 4, 2020

Decked out with six Pickleball courts, basketball and tennis courts, and even a space themed playground and splash pad, Harvey Park does not disappoint! Come see what all the fun is about!   4301 W Harvey Blvd. Right next to Deerfield Elementary School.  General policy for the splash pad: The Harvey Park splash pad will open […]

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Did You Know?

January 16, 2019

SUR Cafe is location inside the Cedar Hills Golf Club! They offer nothing but top notch flavors that consists of anything from reubens to empanadasthat will have you coming back for more! The Cedar Hills Golf Club is an 18-hole, par 72 championship golf course with a spectacular first hole. The City of Cedar Hills […]

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“Beautiful, Beautiful” Cedar Hills

January 16, 2019

In 1939, as NBC ran a news story about turkey farming in the area of what is now Cedar Hills, the photographer was awestruck by the beauty of the bench and mountainous backgrounds and exclaimed continually, “beautiful, beautiful!”

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Seasonal Beauty Abounds

January 16, 2019

Nestled at the mouth of American Fork Canyon on a mountain bench, the bedroom community of Cedar Hills provides a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains, Utah Lake, and Utah Valley. People find the quiet rural setting a relaxing place to raise their families.

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Community Recreation Center

The Cedar Hills Community Recreation Center was designed as a gathering place for activities of all kinds, including fitness classes, parties, meetings, and receptions. The center also houses the Cedar Hills Golf Club pro shop and “6S” Grille. Located near the mouth of American Fork Canyon and nestled on the east bench of the Wasatch […]

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City History

Cedar Hills is built upon an alluvial fan, or bench, created thousands of years ago when it was a shoreline of Lake Bonneville. Early settlers referred to the area as “The Bench.” Because of the growth of cedar trees, the area was later referred to as Cedar Hills. The bench provides a beautiful view of […]

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