Refinance of Utility Bond

On October 29, 2014, the City of Cedar Hills refinanced its 2006 Utility Revenue Bond to reduce the interest rate from 4.52% to 2.68%. This will amount to a total net present value savings of approximately $402,000 over the life of the loan, with actual cash savings being approximately $496,000. Through financial advisors Lewis, Young, […]

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Pickleball Equipment Rentals

March 31, 2016

Pickleball is a cross between ping pong and tennis, and it’s the fastest growing sport in the country! The city now has two pickleball courts, located in the basketball courts at Heritage Park and Timpanogos Cove Park. Call the city office to reserve the equipment (net, four paddles, and four balls), along with a printed set […]

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City Refinances Utility Bond

April 16, 2013

CEDAR HILLS – On April 16, 2013, the City of Cedar Hills refinanced its 2009 Utility Revenue bonds issued for water system improvements to reduce the interest rate from 5.99% to 3.02%. This will amount to a total savings of approximately $236,000 over the life of the loan with a net present value of savings […]

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Cedar Hills Refinances 2006 Utility Bond

November 5, 2014

CEDAR HILLS, UTAH – On October 29, 2014, the City of Cedar Hills refinanced its 2006 Utility Revenue Bond to reduce the interest rate from 4.52% to 2.68%. This will amount to a total net present value savings of approximately $402,000 over the life of the loan, with actual cash savings being approximately $496,000. More information […]

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Harvey Park is Project of the Month!

December 2, 2020

Dear playground enthusiasts,  In our monthly newsletter, “Project of the Month”, Berliner Creative Centre showcases projects we feel are deserving of special mention. Criteria for inclusion might be a playground’s unique play value, special circumstances surrounding its construction, or perhaps its individuality, size or location. We hope you enjoy the article. Perhaps it might even […]

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Hiking Mount Timpanogos?

July 23, 2020

Thinking of hiking Mount Timpanogos? Jentry N. Cataluna, the Acting Trails and Wilderness Manager of the Forest Service, says these are a few things to keep in mind: AVOID Weekends and Holidays Carpool Have someone drop your group off and pick up Hike during the week and the off season Bring a jacket, sunscreen, bug spray, […]

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Citizens Asked to Help with K-9 Replacements

January 7, 2014

The American Fork Police Department, which Cedar Hills contracts for police service, would like to give citizens an opportunity to participate in the acquisition of two new police service dogs. The current dogs, Wolf and Duco, are now nine years old (63 human years) and suffer from arthritis, back and joint discomfort, and fatigue. The […]

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Community Resources

Camelot Kids Preschool We accept children ages 3-5 years old (who are potty trained) Preschool is from 9:30 to 11:45  two times a week  **We follow Alpine School District’s school schedule. If you’d like to learn more about this program, here is an article that was written to explain this program. LPHS Preschool Now Playing […]

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Cedar Hills Supports Renewable Energy

April 13, 2017

The City of Cedar Hills is a leader in sustainable practices by supporting generated wind power in the western region. With its Blue Sky renewable energy purchase in 2016, the city is greening its electricity use to keep the environment healthy and preserve resources. The city covers 100 percent of its city buildings’ electricity use […]

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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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