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Little Free Library in Cedar Hills

The Little Free Library located at 9991 N Mulberry Drive in Cedar Hills, UtahTake a book, leave a book at The Little Free Library in Cedar Hills: There is a new library in Cedar Hills - but you won't need a library card or an ISBN to borrow books. Judy Arnold has opened her own Little Free Library to the community, a small, enclosed bookcase stationed at the edge of her front lawn located at 9991 N Mulberry Drive. There, people can take a book, exchange a book, or donate a book.

BYU Young Ambassadors Present Benefit Concert with Lone Peak Choirs

BYU Young AmbassadorsThe BYU Young Ambassadors will join the Lone Peak High School choirs for a benefit concert on Saturday, February 3, at 7:00 p.m. in the Lone Peak High School auditorium. Proceeds will benefit the Lone Peak High School choir program. Tickets are $13 for adults and $11 for students.

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.

Update Your Email Address to Receive the City’s Monthly Newsletter

With the city going to paperless billing, residents will receive the monthly newsletter via email. Please verify that we have on file the address to which you would like the newsletters sent.

Know What’s Below: Call 811 Before You Dig

How does 811 work? Call 811 from anywhere in the country a few days prior to digging, and your call will be routed to your local One Call Center. Tell the operator where you're planning to dig, what type of work you will be doing and your affected local utilities companies will be notified about your intent to dig.

Golf Course Ponds Closed to Public

The golf course ponds are a beautiful amenity to the golf course and also serve as essential storage reservoirs for the City’s pressurized irrigation system. As part of the City’s water utility system, the ponds are maintained for City use only. The ponds are NOT intended to be used for personal recreation. Recently, concerns have been raised with adults and children entering the ponds for various reasons, i.e. swimming, retrieving golf balls, fishing, boating, ice skating.

Protocol at City Parks

Cedar Hills has many beautiful parks and trails. Please be aware that there are rules established for usage to ensure safety and enjoyment for those in the park and those who live near the parks.

· Parks are closed at dark. If anyone is in the park after hours, the police will be notified.

· Pets are to be on a leash and owners should dispose of waste properly. Most of the parks now have pet waste stations, including bags, to make sure that the parks are able to be enjoyed by everyone.

Free Passes to the Solid Waste Transfer Station

Each household in Cedar Hills may receive two passes per year to the North Pointe Solid Waste Special Service District (2000 West 200 South, Lindon). Passes are issued at the city office during regular business hours. Questions about hours of operation, etc., may be directed to the transfer station at 801-225-8538.

“Where may I dispose of green waste?”

Timpanogos Special Service District (sewer plant in American Fork) accepts yard waste to assist in producing compost. Sterilized compost may also be purchased from TSSD. Call 801-756-5231 for more information. There is no charge to drop off residential green waste. Read on...

Need to put up a sign?

Help keep the City looking clean and beautiful. With permission from property owners, City-approved signs may be placed on private property only. Signs placed in the City’s right-of-way will be removed. The complete sign ordinance may be obtained at the City office or viewed here.

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