City Council Corner

Addressing Our Transportation Funding Needs

As I meet with other mayors from around the state of Utah, one of the things we all have in common is the growing demand on our limited resources to fund transportation and infrastructure needs in our communities.  Of course, the specific needs vary widely from community to community. But the bottom line for all of us is the same: we have growing needs being funded by a flat revenue source.  

 

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News & Events

Utah’s Second Trader Joe’s Opens in Cottonwood Heights

There was a steel drum band, a lot of flower leis and even more tropical cheer as Cottonwood Heights welcomed Utah’s second Trader Joe’s location during festivities in early February.


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Council Approves New City Hall Design

On Tuesday, February 10, 2015 the Cottonwood Heights City Council approved an architectural design for the planned municipal center to be constructed at the corner of 2300 East and Bengal Blvd.


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Mountain Accord Plans Revealed; Public Comment Sought

Do you want to have a say in determining the future of our canyons? The Mountain Accord is an unprecedented collaboration of diverse groups with shared interests concerning the canyons that surround Cottonwood Heights.


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CHPD Expanding Community Policing Program

With increased negative nationwide media attention toward police, The Cottonwood Heights Police Department is working hard to foster our partnership with our citizens. We value our relationship with our residents, and want you to become better acquainted with those who serve you as employees of the police department.


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A New Look For Ft. Union?

Cottonwood Heights' city planners are excited about a potential development revitalization along the Fort Union Corridor. In order to encourage development along this main road, the city’s Community and Economic development Department is creating a new Planned District Development (PDD) zoning classification to instigate a new look and feel to Cottonwood Heights.


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The City Celebrates 10 Years

On January 16th and 17th, Cottonwood Heights celebrated the 10-year anniversary of incorporation.


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Passing The Gavel

Gov. Gary R. Herbert has appointed William K. Kendall as a judge to fill a vacancy on the 3rd District Court. Kendall has replaced outgoing Judge Robin Reese, who retired on December 31, 2014. Reese served 27 years on the bench; the last 14 on the 3rd District. Both Kendall and Reese are residents of Cottonwood Heights.


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Police Body Cameras: Some Issues Worth Examination

By CHPD Chief Robby Russo

With all of the recent controversy related to police shootings, “body worn cameras” for officers will become standard. The Utah Legislature will probably be looking at the issue and attempting to establish a template to give guidance in this area. The Cottonwood Heights Police Department (CHPD) is testing various camera manufacturers and looking for funding sources. There is substantial cost not only with the acquisition but storage and civilian staff to manage the data and devices. For instance, if officers have recorded very personal information on a medical call, the law isn’t clear on what should be kept from the public record. How long do we keep the video? Who can access it? Do we redact audio or video of some uninvolved parties? The issue is more complicated on the back end than one may think.


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A Few Words About Snow Removal

By City Manager John Park

Winter is here and we’ve geared up for all that winter brings to Cottonwood Heights.


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Signs Designate Historic Landmarks In The City

Several signs have been popping up all over Cottonwood Heights over the past month or so. The signs mark areas of historic interest in the city, as designated by the CH Historic Committee.


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