Recent News

Planning Commission Public Hearing February 27, 2018

The Planning Commission will receive public comment regarding the following items. Open the attached agenda to view the detailed packet information.

  • Preliminary approval for the Wardell Subdivision
  • Amendments to City Code related to Conditional Uses in the SC-1 Commercial Zone
  • Amendments to City Code related to accessory structures in Rural Residential Zones

 

Bingo

Got Bingo fever? Come, play Bingo at the community center every Tuesday morning, beginning February 27. The Recreation Department offers weekly Bingo for adults age 18 and older. No children are allowed! Prizes and snacks will be provided.

State of the City Reports

Communicating with residents and being transparent are high priorities for city staff and the mayor and city council. We have added several new and more effective ways to get information to residents, including the State of the City Report, which covers a variety of topics and issues that face the City of Cedar Hills. Photo by Bill Knowlton

State of the City Report - 2017 Fiscal Year

Soccer League for Kids in Kindergarten through 2nd Grade

Soccer League is offered in the spring and fall for boys and girls in kindergarten through the second grade. Find more information and register after February 1st at: REC1.com. The registration fee is $30 plus a one-time fee of $5 for a reversible jersey, which can be worn for soccer or flag football.  

A Hoedown of Fun for Adult Couples

Come, have a hoedown of fun with an evening of dinner and dancing. A great dinner and dessert will be served, followed by line dancing instruction. Cost is $30 per couple.

Multi-City Family Preparedness Expo

Everyone is invited to the city’s sixth annual Multi-City Family Preparedness Expo, which will take place on Monday, March 12, in the Cedar Hills Community Center. The event will be very helpful in organizing your household for emergencies, and it will give individuals, families, businesses, and everyone an opportunity to become involved in this important community effort. Our goal is to have a representative from every household attend.

City Receives Advisory Opinion from Utah State Property Rights Ombudsman

The City of Cedar Hills received a legally nonbinding opinion from the Utah State Property Rights Ombudsman regarding the city’s prudent efforts to limit adverse impacts of high density development. The advisory opinion is available here: Advisory Opinion

Request for Proposals: Residential/Municipal Waste and Recycling Services

The City of Cedar Hills, Utah, invites proposals for residential/municipal waste and recycling services. Proposal submissions will be accepted until February 22, 2018, at 2:00 p.m.

Residential/Municipal Waste and Recycling Services Open Bid (Search CEDAR HILLS, click on "View as PDF")

Message from the Mayor

Mayor Jenney ReesIt has been my honor to serve as a City Council member for the past six years, and I look forward to continuing to serve Cedar Hills as your mayor over the next four years. We have many important issues to address, and, as always, I welcome your input and feedback, as we make decisions for our community. Some of the issues we expect to address this year include: development in our commercial zone; plans for the new Harvey Park, located in the southeast portion of the city; our public safety needs and options; and the east-west connector road that goes through Highland and connects to Cedar Hills.

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