At a recent meeting, someone mentioned Cottonwood Heights was a new city. I agreed that statement was relatively true, but when I commented the city was ten years old, everyone acted shocked as though it couldn’t be 10 years already. But indeed it has been. Cottonwood Heights has now been a city for a full decade.
Cottonwood Heights, after ten years, is still one of Utah’s newest cities. As we approach the city’s tenth anniversary, we thought we should take a look back at our historical beginnings: the area’s growth, the creation of Cottonwood Heights and the city’s accomplishments.
By Mike Watson - Unified Fire Authority Assistant Chief
Did the header of this article catch your attention? I sure hope so. It is a very simple statement, but one that shouldn’t be overlooked or underestimated. Dirty chimneys have the potential to catch fire. This article will explain what is meant by a dirty chimney, how they get that way and how to clean them.
Recently, the Apple Valley Neighborhood of Cottonwood Heights had a Neighborhood Watch training session, taught by CHP Officer Michael Galieti and Sheila Jennings. Neighbors socialized and got to know each other a little better. We also had the opportunity to learn how to execute the mission of Neighborhood Watch: We See, We hear, We Call.