Burn Permits 2021

Spring open burn season begins March 30, 2021. Permits can be obtained online at  air.utah.gov/OpenBurning/form/index.php Rules and regulations related to open burning can be found at air.utah.gov/OpenBurning/index.htm. Please note that burn permits will not be approved for locations east of North Canyon Road. Also, anyone burning without a permit or burning outside of permit criteria […]

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Space Heater Safety Tips

February 5, 2020

With the cost and hassle of replacing central heat, a lot of people are investing in space heaters. They can lower your energy bills by adding direct warmth to the rooms you use most. While these portable heaters can be both efficient and economical, there are a few things you need to keep in mind, according to […]

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February is American Heart Month

January 31, 2020

February reminds us to take care of our heart and consider our risk factors. Believe it or not, heart disease can happen at any age. Some risk factors for heart disease and stroke are preventable. American Heart Month teaches us the ways we can help reduce our risks while eliminating those we have control over. […]

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Topics: “Volunteering” & “The Future of the Golf Course”

The format for the Council Corner will change with the New Year. Instead of having a monthly article, each member of the council will have the opportunity to provide a link to their council blog, where they can share city-related information with residents. We hope this new method will increase communication and will provide a […]

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What NOT to Flush

March 18, 2020

All residents are urged to only flush toilet paper down toilets! Paper towels, tissues, napkins, and many flushable wipes are not biodegradable and can wreak havoc on the sewer system in your home. This problem can then be perpetuated into community pipes, pumps, and treatment plants. Toilet paper is designed to disintegrate quickly in water. […]

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City Staff Completes Service Project

December 4, 2012

In November the City staff completed a “Giving Back” service project. City Manager, David Bunker, asked the staff to think of ways that they can provide service and assistance in our community. This year City staff made personal donations to purchase materials to assemble 52 adult and child hygiene kits. Additional donations were provided by Walmart-Cedar Hills, […]

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Dog Licenses

The City of Cedar Hills appreciates responsible pet owners! We depend on pet owners to keep their dogs properly vaccinated and licensed. Licensing for cats is currently not necessary. Dogs may be licensed at two locations and can also be done ON-LINE!  To license on-line, click this link. Cedar Hills City Office 10246 N Canyon […]

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Prepare for Winter Driving

December 10, 2020

Driving during the winter months can be super stressful, especially in snowstorms and icy conditions. By getting your car ready for winter and using some simple tips to drive safely, you can face almost any weather Mother Nature decides to send your way. Prepare Your Car for Winter In addition to annual maintenance, here are […]

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The Citizen Kit is an all-around emergency kit for home or auto.

Emergency Medical Kits

As part of the Safe Community USA nonprofit public service program, Lone Peak Emergency Medical Services is offering the public the opportunity to purchase emergency medical kits at cost. Each kit contains the same types of items used by emergency medical professionals. For every kit purchased, Lone Peak EMS will receive $5.00 to help purchase […]

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

May 12, 2015

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. Please contact the city with this information, along with your property address so we can tie it to your email. You can call the […]

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