Recent News

A Night out with the Utah Jazz!

We have tickets available for the Utah Jazz game on February 26, 2018, against the Houston Rockets. Each ticket is $15 and includes a complimentary drink and popcorn. To purchase tickets, please call the Cedar Hills Recreation Department at 801-785-9668, ext. 302. All vouchers will be sent to you electrically, once payment is made.

Timpanogos Special Service District Compost & Green Waste Site by Appointment Only

The green waste drop-off site at Timpanogos Special Service District will close beginning December 1, 2017, and re-open March 15, 2018. Compost will be sold by appointment during this time period, and Christmas trees will also be accepted by appointment. 

Call for appointment:
Office: 801-756-5231
Compost Foreman: 801-404-6513

YCC’s Annual Santa’s Workshop

Each year the Youth City Council plans and executes multiple fundraising projects, with the proceeds going to help families in our community at Christmastime. The YCC needs monetary donations or gift cards to Walmart, in order to purchase specific items needed by the families. No new or used toys will be accepted. Donations may be dropped off at the Cedar Hills city office building by December 1.

Preliminary 2017 Election Summaries

Preliminary election summaries for the 2017 Municipal General Election have been released here: Preliminary Summary Report. There will be large numbers of ballots received on election night and in the mail over the next two weeks. The County Elections Office will process these daily and will release subsequent results around 3:00 p.m. on November 9, 14, and 17. The final numbers will be released to the city on Tuesday, November 21, the day that the Cedar Hills city council will canvass the results in the scheduled city council meeting.

There were 53 provisional ballots received at the Cedar Hills Voter Service Center on election day.

Survey Results Released for Cedar Hills Parks

This past summer the city asked residents to participate in a survey regarding park features they currently utilize and what potential changes they would like to have implemented.

2017 Municipal General Election Candidate Eligibility

CEDAR HILLS – State law requires that all candidates participating in a municipal election shall file campaign disclosure statements seven (7) days prior to the election. Failure to do so shall result in a candidate being disqualified and votes cast for the candidate will not be counted (§10-3-208 (3) and (8)).

Cedar Hills adheres to State Code and election laws in administering each election. Two candidates in the 2017 General Election failed to complete the required Municipal Campaign Financial Disclosure Report by the deadline. After consulting with legal counsel, the Utah County Elections Office, and the Lt. Governor’s Office, we concur that Curt Crosby and Maurice Fernando Navarro have been disqualified as candidates in the Cedar Hills 2017 Municipal General Election.

A Reminder: Winter Street Parking Regulations

Regarding on-street parking, the city’s ordinance states: “It shall be unlawful to park any vehicle in the same location on a street or municipal property for a continuous period of time exceeding 48 hours” (Ordinance 8-6-2008A). In addition to this regulation, which remains in effect, there are added restrictions during the winter months. Street parking is prohibited when one or more of the following conditions exist:

Crack Sealing Work on Roads Continues

Crack sealing begins the week of November 13 and will continue for two to three weeks, weather permitting. Whenever possible, please avoid parking vehicles on the street during this time. Thank you!

Junior Jazz Tipoff Party

Hey, kids! There’s free admission and parking at three upcoming Junior Jazz tipoff parties at the Vivint Smart Home Arena.