Household Hazardous Waste Disposal

June 7, 2019

Do you have left over paint, medications, car batteries or electronics and don’t know where to dispose of them? DO NOT throw them in your regular garbage can! If you missed the collection day, you still have several options for disposing of household hazardous waste in Utah County. Click the link to find out what […]

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LPHS Preschool

May 7, 2020

Students at Lone Peak High School run a bonafide community preschool. Rolling out play-dough, writing letters in shaving cream, dancing to Baby Shark and cozying up to a great book are some of what community children enjoy at Camelot Kids Preschool.   Tuition: $65/month with some discount options (Registration fee $50) Location: Lone Peak High School […]

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New Summer BOOTCAMPS Offered

May 21, 2014

August: BACK TO SCHOOL BOOTCAMP at 6:30am MWF! Let’s send off summer with a bang!  Keep up your momentum and get out of the house! Indoor/outdoor workouts. This bootcamp finishes each morning in time to get the kids off to school. The link and all info you need is located here: http://treefitness.com/bootcamp

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Code & Ordinances

City Code View the City Code (off-site link) New ordinances that modify the City Code are codified every six months. Consult the city office in order to ascertain whether any particular provision of the code has been amended, superseded, or repealed. Using the search field on the City Code site is helpful in finding any […]

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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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Animal Control

Nuisance Animals An ordinance defining Nuisance Animals and providing for enforcement of violations (incessant barking, dogs running at large, etc.) regarding Nuisance Animals. (Within the City Code (off-site link) see Title 5: Public Safety and Traffic Regulations; Chapter 1: Animal Control.) If you encounter a nuisance animal or an animal at large, please call the American Fork Animal Control Officer […]

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Let the Hunt Begin!

March 29, 2013

Let the hunt for the GOLDEN EGGS begin! Please click on the link for coordinates to the first Golden Egg: http://cedarhillscitygeocaching.blogspot.com/

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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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2015 State of the City Report Emailed to City Residents

Recently the city emailed a link for the 2015 State of the City Report. This report provides detailed information on topics such as the Fiscal Year 2016 budget, planned projects for the upcoming year, recreation and events, city debt, volunteer groups, and a discussion on property taxes. We hope you will find the report useful […]

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Your City at Work for You

The City of Cedar Hills staff and elected officials are hard at work to make our community an even better place in which to live and play. Check back often to learn about scheduled and completed projects.   City Receives Two Government Grants In October 2014 the City of Cedar Hills received two large government […]

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