Articles with Cedar Hills
Property rights ombudsman says Cedar Hills officials acted improperly
CEDAR HILLS — An opinion issued by the Office of the Property Rights Ombudsman says that Cedar Hills officials overstepped their bounds in imposing several conditions on a developer who applied for a conditional use permit. It all stems from an April 20, 2013, application from Cedar Hills Farm Land for a conditional use permit to develop what was initially supposed to be a five-story senior living facility, Rosegate at Cedar Hills, at about 4600 West Cedar Hills Drive. As the application w
February 18, 2018, 2:05 pmRead More...
Northern Utah County Notes
On January 3, the County Commission approved several voting district boundary changes, resulting in the creation of five new precincts in Saratoga Springs, Eagle Mountain and Lehi. BYU Young Ambassadors present benefit concert with Lone Peak choirs The BYU Young Ambassadors will join the Lone Peak High School choirs for a benefit concert on Saturday, February 3, at 7 p.m. in the Lone Peak High School auditorium, 10189 N. 4800 W., Highland. Proceeds will benefit the Lone Peak High School ch
February 12, 2018, 1:46 pmRead More...
Youth council hits the ground running after late start
CEDAR HILLS -- A new youth council has been sworn in and is already at work planning several activities. Youth Mayor McKell McIntyre and the 25 members of the youth council had a late start to their year after the previous adviser was unable to continue, current adviser and former city council member Stephanie Martinez said. (The youth council's other adviser is Amy Augustus.) The youth, ages 14 to 18, are currently wrapping up their Sub for Santa program which provides Christmas gifts for
January 15, 2018, 8:27 amRead More...
January Christmas tree pick up
Several northern Utah County cities will be offering live Christmas tree pick up either curbside or at designated locations. All trees should be free of decorations and flocking. SARATOGA SPRINGS The city will collect live Christmas trees from December 26 to January at the parking lot south of the South Fire Station at 2015 S. Redwood Road. ALPINE Ace will pick up Christmas trees curbside on Saturday, January 13. Trees should be on the curb by 7 a.m. AMERICAN FORK Republic Services w
January 1, 2018, 9:14 amRead More...
New Lone Peak fire chief named
Lone Peak Fire District has a new chief at the helm. On November 21, the Lone Peak Public Safety Board appointed Reed Thompson to fill the position of fire chief. Thompson has an almost-20-year career in firefighting, most recently as deputy fire chief in South Jordan where he was a member of the department for 10 years. He was an American Fork firefighter for 12 years. Thompson obtained his Bachelor's of Science in public emergency services management from Utah Valley University and a mas
December 28, 2017, 9:14 amRead More...
Northern Utah County Notes
ALPINE • The city council recently approved a $ 35,766 contract with Nickerson Co. to rebuild the Healey Well pump. • Last-minute purchases of Light the Way Luminaires kits may be purchased at the Alpine City Shops, 181 East 200 North Dec. 18 to 22 from 4 to 6 p.m. and December 23 from 10 to 2 p.m. Each kit consists of 20 long burning candles, weather resistant sacks and the sand to hold them in place. The cost per kit is $22, with all proceeds from the sales of the kits benefitting the Color
December 12, 2017, 9:59 amRead More...
City council opening in Cedar Hills
CEDAR HILLS — With the election of Jenney Rees to the position of mayor, the city now needs to fill her council seat. City officials are looking for a qualified applicant to appoint to the position. Interested residents have until December 29 at 5 p.m. to submit an application to the city recorder. To qualify, an applicant must be a registered voter, a Cedar Hills resident of at least 12 months, mentally competent and to have not been convicted of felony, treason or a crime against an electiv
December 11, 2017, 10:21 amRead More...
Cedar Hills inventories its roads
Cedar Hills — City officials have come up with a plan to manage the city's pavement system, or street network, within the community. The hope is that by inventorying those pavements, they can be better maintained in a more cost-effective way and problems can be addressed quickly. The city recently contracted with iWorQ Systems Inc. to update their pavement management process. They presented their report to the city council on Oct. 17. Local governments are required by law to maintain an in
December 2, 2017, 1:11 pmRead More...
Ring in the season with hometown celebrations
Just about every community in northern Utah County has found a way to celebrate the season. Some of this year's activities are much-loved traditions while others are brand-new. ALPINE A community celebration to welcome Santa to Alpine, hosted by the Alpine Youth Council will be held on Monday, November 27, from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Legacy Park north pavilion. Watch them turn on the Alpine City Christmas lights and enjoy a visit with Santa. Children can bring their letters to Santa (be sure to
November 28, 2017, 2:53 pmRead More...
Northern Utah Notes
ALPINE • Eagle Scout candidate Matthew Eberting is planning to build a tire obstacle course in the park in the South Pointe subdivision where he lives. After talking with city officials about playground safety requirements, Matthew and scouts from his troop are planning on installing the tires, digging holes and drilling holes in the tires for water drainage. • The city council has approved a Lambert Park use schedule for mountain bike teams. Various teams will be in the park Tuesday, Wednesda
November 22, 2017, 3:29 pmRead More...