Property taxes, property valuation and city revenues
by Mayor Kelvyn Cullimore, Jr.
Recently you should have received your property tax notice for 2014. This notice has two important sections. The first is entitled “Notice of Tax Changes.” In this section, the Salt Lake County Auditor itemizes the taxes levied against your real property and the entity that is imposing the tax. The most important parts of this section are the columns that compare the new taxes for 2014 to the taxes levied in 2013. Read more...
Beginning October 1, residents can pick up leaf bags at no additional charge (1 bundle of 10 per household) at the Cottonwood Heights City Hall, Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center, Wasatch Fire Station or the Whitmore Library.
The Wasatch Choice for 2040 Vision is an extensive effort that started with Envision Utah’s Quality Growth Strategy in 1999. It is a pattern for growth built on community values through an extensive public input process in collaboration with regional planning agencies. Over the years, thousands of people have provided their feedback on how to shape the future of communities along the Wasatch Front.
The Cottonwood Heights Arts Council is hosting its annual art display, “Works of Mixed Media by Local Artists,” from September 1 to 30 at Whitmore Library. The eighteen participants are excited to display their work and to get to know some of their fellow artists. The show features landscapes, portraits, still life, and contemporary art in oil, acrylic, watercolor, giclee, and other media.
Her name is CeCe, and she approves of this message – at least that’s what is seems like when she wags her tail. CeCe is running for Canine Mayor of Salt Lake County, and voting opens up on October 1 and runs through the 21st. A winner will be announced on Oct. 27.