Recent News

Mayor’s Message - Accessory Dwelling Units

Earlier this year the State Legislature passed a new law, which mandates that cities plan for moderate income housing growth by adopting a moderate income housing plan.

IMPORTANT: Park Curfew Hours Will Be Enforced

The police department has increased patrols in our city parks for curfew violators. It is unlawful for any person or persons to loiter in a park when it is closed between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m.

The World of Recycling Is Changing

If a load of recycling contains non-recyclables – even by just a fraction – that entire load risks not being recycled. That’s according to new guidelines being enforced by China, a major importer of recyclable materials that are created in the U.S. Why does it matter?

Fireworks & Open Fire Restrictions - 2018

With the fireworks season upon us, the city declares its support for the efforts of the Lone Peak Fire Department to limit fire risk in our community by adopting an Ordinance, which outlines the following restrictions:

  • Fireworks: All aerial and non-stationary fireworks, i.e. ground flower types, are prohibited inside and within 200 feet of the highlighted areas of the accompanying map and within 200 feet of any undeveloped lot. Additionally, ALL fireworks and aerials are prohibited in city parks, the golf course, and all other city-owned properties.
  • Open Fires: All open fires east of Canyon Road within city limits are prohibited, unless a screen is used.

Low Water Pressure? Maybe It’s Your Filter!

Clogged pressurized irrigation filterSprinkler performance may be adversely affected by a clogged or partially clogged filter in your irrigation system. The city does not filter the secondary water from its delivery sources, so from season to season the amount of particulates in the water may vary.

Extensive Pavement Replacement on Canyon Road

North Canyon Road is undergoing extensive pavement replacement for the entire length of the roadway from State Street in Pleasant Grove to SR-92 at the mouth of American Fork Canyon in Cedar Hills.

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

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.

Concept for New Cedar Hills Park Released

As part of the park master plan update, the city is working with In-Site Design Group on a concept for developing 12 acres of parkland, which was recently purchased from the Harvey farm. The site is located at approximately 4200 West, between Harvey Boulevard on the north and Murdock Trail on the south.