City Council Corner

Mayor Kelvyn Cullimore, Jr.

Online Technology Shapes Lives Of Young And Old

By City Councilmember Mike Peterson

In 1929, the author Figyes Karinthy theorized that we are all just six small steps from crossing paths with anyone else in the world at any given time. His theory is popularly known as “six degrees of separation”. Occasionally, I’m stunned when I run into an old friend or put together a string of very unlikely acquaintances. Have you ever found a connection through a friend of a friend? While this theory was initially proposed 85 years ago, never before has it felt so certain as it does today. With texts, tweets, pokes, and posts, it really is a small world after all.

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News & Events

Gearing Up For Snowplows

By City Manager John Park

Have you noticed that it is getting colder and the days shorter? Winter is here and we’re gearing up for all that winter brings to Cottonwood Heights.


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Demolition Begins At Site For New Municipal Center

Cottonwood Heights began the demolition of eight homes located at the corner of 2300 East and Bengal Blvd. on Friday, November 3, 2014, to make room for a new municipal center. 


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SALT Dance Co. Dazzles in concert

SALT Contemporary Dance presented a family-friendly dance concert on Friday, November 14, at 7:00 p.m. in the Butler Middle School Theatre.


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Winter Parking Regulations Reminder

As the winter season approaches, Cottonwood Heights reminds all drivers to be aware of street parking regulations.


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Mountain Accord public commentary period extended

The Mountain Accord is asking citizens to look at their IDEAL systems and respond to a short questionnaire. Please visit between now and October 16 to share your feedback. The commentary period has been extended through Nov. 20.


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Kids’ art needed to celebrate city anniversary

Cottonwood Heights is seeking talented youth to create drawings that could be used to celebrate the city’s 10th anniversary.
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Leaf collection bags available

Residents can now 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. 


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City Hosts Mountain Accord Community Meeting

Cottonwood Heights hosted a community meeting on the evening of November 12, inviting residents and neighbors to learn more about the Mountain Accord.


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