City Council Corner

Signs of the Times: The City’s Historic Committee Hard at Work

By Mike Peterson - City Council Member

The Historic Committee of our city is currently made up of nine dedicated members. Each month, they meet to gather and preserve information in order to provide future generations evidence and understanding of our city’s cultural foundation. Each generation must do its part to preserve and protect the local history.

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News & Events

UFA Offers Free CPR Classes to CH Residents

The Unified Fire Authority will hold free Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) classes for Cottonwood Heights residents, beginning June 1, 2015.


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Arts Council Providing Uplifting Opportunities

The Cottonwood Heights Arts Council is busy providing excellent uplifting cultural opportunities for all residents, including families, in our beautiful city.


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Cottonwood Heights Arts Council Presents: Shrek The Musical

Direct from Broadway and larger than life! Based on the award-winning DreamWorks animation film, SHREK THE MUSICAL is this year’s must-see show for the entire family.


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Are You an Aspiring Photographer?

Enter Our Photography Contest. All Levels or Experience and All Ages Accepted!


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Does Your CO/Smoke Detector Have a Weak Battery?

By Mike Watson Assist. Chief Unified Fire Authority Recently, one of my neighbors asked me how to tell the difference between a weak battery in his carbon monoxide detector versus knowing if there was a danger lurking in his home. My reply was, “Great question, do you have a few minutes?” I will like to share the key points of our conversation with all of you in this article. I also took the opportunity to discuss smoke detectors, since both are equally important.


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Rocky Mountain Power to Begin Work in Cottonwood Heights Area

Rocky Mountain Power will be conducting its regularly scheduled vegetation maintenance work in Cottonwood Heights this spring and early summer. Crews will be in the general area between Bengal Boulevard (7600 South) to I-215 (6200 South) and Highland Drive (1900 East) to Wasatch Boulevard (3400 East). The utility prunes trees near power lines periodically to ensure public safety and electric service reliability for customers.


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Pipe Work To Affect Traffic on Scottish Drive

Starting Tuesday morning May 26, 2015, Newman Construction will begin work on a water line replacement project.


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Police and Dog Encounters

Police and dog encounters have captured recent headlines, sometimes resulting in unfortunate controversy. Most officers love dogs, especially since dogs never lie, cheat or steal.


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Enroll in Business Boot Camp!

Cottonwood Heights wants your business to succeed. Whether you’re just starting out or have lots of experience, you are invited to attend the Cottonwood Heights Business Boot Camp to help grow your business.


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Initiative Seeks Vision For Utah’s Growth

Envision Utah is launching an initiative that seeks to establish a vision for growth in our state over the next 35 years.


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