News Archive

  • Holiday Waste and Recycling Reminder
    12/17/2014
    From Thanksgiving to New Year's Day, household waste increases by more than 25%. Provided below are some seasonal tips about keeping the black bin empty and the blue bin full.
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  • City Brings Holiday Spirit To CH families
    12/16/2014
    City employees got into the holiday spirit by delivering gifts to several families just before Christmas.
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  • Peter Breinholt Performs with CH Community Orchestra in Holiday Concert
    12/04/2014
    The Cottonwood Heights Community Orchestra, conducted by Shaun Davis, celebrated the season during their Holiday Concert featuring Peter Breinholt Saturday night. The Oquirrh Mountain Symphony also joined the performance.
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  • New Park-and-Ride To Ease Traffic In Big Cottonwood Canyon
    12/02/2014
    Cottonwood Heights is building a new park-and-ride lot at the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon, to help ease traffic congestion and keep the air a little cleaner.
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  • Legal Firm Offers Free Gun Locks to CH residents
    12/02/2014
    After the tragic shooting that took the life of a Brighton High student this past summer, a local charity has stepped in to help prevent future incidents by providing gun locks at no cost to citizens of Cottonwood Heights.
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  • Shrek The Musical help needed
    11/25/2014
    We have volunteer and paid positions available for our 2015 production of “Shrek, The Musical”
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  • City Hosts Mountain Accord Community Meeting
    11/13/2014
    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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  • SALT Dance Co. Dazzles in concert
    11/12/2014
    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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  • Local Scout Provides Emergency Kits For Pets
    11/05/2014
    When 14-year-old Eric Wagner thought about what to do for his Eagle Scout project, he immediately thought of his beloved dog Lucy and wondered what would happen to her in case of an emergency.
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  • Local Election Results Are In
    11/05/2014
    The votes are in, and you can see if your favorite candidates won.
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  • Mountain Accord Community Meeting Planned
    11/05/2014
    A Cottonwood Heights community meeting has been slated for Wednesday, November 12 to help residents learn more about the Mountain Accord initiative.
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  • Demolition Begins At Site For New Municipal Center
    11/03/2014
    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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  • Kids’ art needed to celebrate city anniversary (Deadline extended)
    10/21/2014
    Cottonwood Heights is seeking talented youth to create drawings that could be used to celebrate the city’s 10th anniversary.
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  • Rec. Center to host Halloween “Monster Mash”
    10/21/2014
    There will be plenty of chills and thrills in the air during the “Monster Mash” sponsored by Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center and Cottonwood Heights City on Friday, October 24.
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  • Winter Parking Regulations Reminder
    10/20/2014
    As the winter season approaches, Cottonwood Heights reminds all drivers to be aware of street parking regulations.
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  • Cottonwood Heights named one of Utah’s “Safest”
    10/07/2014
    Security website Safewise.com has named Cottonwood Heights as one of the safest cities in Utah.
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  • Mountain Accord public commentary period extended
    10/06/2014
    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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  • Sub For Santa nominations open
    10/01/2014
    Cottonwood Heights’ employees and Brighton High School are teaming up this year for the annual Sub for Santa.
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  • Public Safety Fair a big success
    10/01/2014
    Preparation and fun were on hand at the Cottonwood Heights Public Safety Fair, held Thursday, Sept. 11 at Butler Park.
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  • Leaf collection bags available
    10/01/2014
    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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  • Cottonwood Heights takes second; will serve as "Deputy Canine Mayor" of S.L. County
    09/30/2014
    Cottonwood Heights' own CeCe, a "mini golden doodle" dog took second place in Salt Lake County's "Canine Mayor" race. She will serve a two-year term as deputy canine mayor after finishing behind "Texas," an 8-year-old boxer.
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  • Consortium to address Wasatch growth
    09/24/2014
    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.
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  • Local artists featured in month-long display
    09/22/2014
    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.
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  • No City Council Meeting Sept. 16
    09/16/2014
    There will be no Cottonwood Heights City Council meeting on Tuesday, September 16.
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  • Upcoming marathon to affect traffic in canyon, city
    09/05/2014
    The Big Cottonwood Marathon and Half will take place on Sept. 13. The race has the potential to heavily impact traffic in Big Cottonwood Canyon and along Wasatch and Fort Union Boulevards on the morning of the race. Please be aware of the following information, and plan alternate routes ahead of time if needed.
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  • Upcoming safety fair to focus on emergency preparation
    09/05/2014
    Cottonwood Heights will host a public safety fair on Sept. 11, 2014 at Butler Park from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. You’ll be able to gather information and learn about programs available in Cottonwood Heights to help keep you and your loved ones safe.
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  • Apply to be a member of the public utilities advisory committee
    09/05/2014
    Salt Lake City Public Utilities, which provides culinary water to most Cottonwood Heights residents, is in need of a new advisory committee member when current member Alan Orr completes his term of office this fall.
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  • Police training on Bengal Blvd.
    09/03/2014
    The Cottonwood Heights Police Department will be conducting officer training on the corner of 2300 E. and Bengal Blvd. until Friday, September 12. This training will be in a controlled environment and may include loud noises. CHPD wanted to notify neighbors of this training and advise that there is no public threat.
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  • Whitmore Library celebrates 40 years
    08/18/2014
    If you’ve visited your library recently, you may have noticed our 75 Years of Change banner, marking 75 years of service for the Salt Lake County Library System. Alongside this anniversary, Whitmore Library is proud to be celebrating our 40th birthday.
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  • Rats? Get rid of them with these simple tips
    08/10/2014
    Cottonwood Heights Animal Control officers have received a number of calls lately concerning rats. Rats are a nuisance in every city, not just Cottonwood Heights. They will nest almost anywhere—under wood piles, shrubs, old appliances and cars—but always close to a food source.
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  • Thank you for helping make Butlerville Days a success!
    08/06/2014
    On July 24, Cottonwood Heights hosted its tenth annual Butlerville Days celebration, and we enjoyed every minute of it! Despite the heat, thousands of community members and volunteers turned out to help us celebrate the early days of our history and our city.
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  • Upcoming races to affect city traffic
    08/06/2014
    On August 9, two cycling events will lead to increased traffic and/or road closures on the east side of the city. Please be aware of these events as you plan your activities.
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  • Vendors wanted for upcoming events!
    08/05/2014
    The city is looking for vendors who would like to participate in two city events during the month of September: Bark in the Park on Sept. 6 and the Public Safety Fair on Sept. 11.
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  • Amateur radio operators prepare to help others
    07/25/2014
    On April 17 during the Great Utah ShakeOut, nearly a million people in Utah joined to participate in a large-scale earthquake drill. Here in Cottonwood Heights, a small group of amateur radio operators gathered to participate in the drill as well. Though they usually work behind the scenes, their expertise could make the difference between success and failure in the city’s response to emergencies.
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  • Register now for the Butlerville Days 5K
    06/27/2014
    This year, we are commemorating our tenth annual Butlerville Days celebration with a 5K run/walk at 7 a.m. on July 24. We are pleased to announce that registration for this event is now open!
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  • Graffiti prevention and removal tips
    06/19/2014
    The best way to stop the spread of graffiti in your neighborhood is to prevent it from happening in the first place, and neighborhood watch is a great resource.
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  • Cleanup reminder
    06/16/2014
    This year, area cleanup dumpsters from Wasatch Front Waste and Recycling District will be delivered to neighborhoods between August 13 and September 2. Neighborhood residents will be notified a few days in advance of dumpster delivery.
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  • 'Tis the season for...road construction
    06/02/2014
    During the month of June, road crews will be active in a few areas of the city. Please slow down and use caution when approaching and passing them. While road work is taking place, some roads may be temporarily closed.
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  • SL County Health Dept. weighs in on e-cigarettes
    05/21/2014
    Did you know that e-cigarettes are included in the Utah Indoor Clean Air Act? Or that, according to the Salt Lake County Health Department, e-cigarettes are "the new preferred nicotine delivery device to youth in our state?"
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  • Register for the Butlerville Days 5K!
    05/15/2014
    This year, we are celebrating our tenth annual Butlerville Days with a 5K run/walk at 7 a.m. on July 24. We are pleased to announce that registration for this event is now open!
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  • CH foster mother honored
    05/14/2014
    The month of May is National Foster Care Month, and as part of the festivities Utah Foster Care honored Cottonwood Heights resident Tammi Sumsion as Salt Lake Valley Foster Mother of the Year at a March for Kids on May 9.
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  • Green waste collection available
    04/27/2014
    Wasatch Front Waste and Recycling is excited to announce that on March 19, the Weekly Curbside Green Waste Collection Program began in Cottonwood Heights. This program provides weekly collections for household organics and yard waste. Collection of green waste will continue this year until December 10.
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  • Spring cleaning opportunity!
    04/23/2014
    Do you have items that are hard to recycle or don't fit into the garbage bin? Do you have household hazardous waste that can't be sent to the landfill? Wasatch Front Waste and Recycling District is putting on a spring cleaning event for recycling, household hazardous waste collection, and bulky waste. We will be collecting items from your vehicle in a drive through and drop off layout.
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  • Honorary Colonels to host inaugural luncheon
    04/23/2014
    In an effort to support Cottonwood Heights Police officers, several local business owners have formed an Honorary Colonels Association. Their inaugural luncheon will be held on Tuesday, May 20 at noon.
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  • Get ready to shake during 2014 ShakeOut!
    04/11/2014
    The Great Utah ShakeOut is a large-scale earthquake drill that helps everyone test their knowledge and preparedness. When the “earthquake” strikes at 10:15 a.m. on April 17, how are you going to react?
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  • Please keep off the grass at Mountview!
    04/11/2014
    You may have noticed that the playing fields at Mountview Park have had a rough time of it lately. In order to improve the fields, the city has worked to improve aeration and re-seeded the grass.
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  • Get Ready to Shake!
    03/24/2014
    Earthquakes may happen anywhere you work, live, or travel in Utah. The Great Utah ShakeOut is a chance for all of us to practice how to protect ourselves and for everyone to become better prepared. The goal is to save lives and prevent disasters from becoming catastrophes.
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  • Community orchestra to present its first concert
    03/21/2014
    The Cottonwood Heights Community Orchestra is excited to announce its first concert! The Community Orchestra Spring Concert will take place on Saturday, March 29 at 7:30 p.m. at the Butler Middle School auditorium.
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  • Shape the future of Utah in just one day
    03/11/2014
    On March 20, 2014, Love UT Give UT will bring Utahns together for 24 hours of unprecedented giving. It’s one extraordinary day to support the organizations that make Utah special. And it’s your chance to make a real impact.
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  • Know before you call
    03/07/2014
    When you have an emergency and you need to call 9-1-1, here is some very important information that you need to be aware of before you make the call.
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  • A New City Hall
    03/07/2014
    After nine years of renting our city office space, we are pleased to announce that during the month of February we came to terms with seven property owners to acquire land for the purpose of building a city hall.
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  • What causes water main breaks?
    02/14/2014
    Lately, you may have noticed road crews working to repair several of the city’s streets, particularly Fort Union Boulevard between 1300 East and 1700 East. These are not regularly scheduled repairs. Most winter road repairs—and associated lane changes and road closures—are a result of broken water pipes.
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  • Questar construction along 1300 East
    02/05/2014
    Questar Gas has begun construction to replace a section of underground natural gas pipeline known as Feeder Line 6. Construction will occur primarily on 1300 East between 3300 South and 9000 South. For the next several months, crews will be working at various locations along 1300 East.
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  • Mountain Accord announces public scoping meetings
    02/04/2014
    Your input is necessary in shaping the future of the Wasatch mountains and surrounding communities. You're invited to participate in a public scoping meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 5 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Skyline High School.
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  • Butlerville Days is 10 years old!
    01/30/2014
    On July 24, 2014, we will celebrate the city's tenth annual Butlerville Days celebration. We have big plans this year and we need your help!
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  • Caught in the act!
    01/23/2014
    Have you caught a family member, neighbor or friend in the act of doing something good lately? We know many of our residents are serving the community and accomplishing great things both educationally and professionally, and we want to make sure they are recognized for their hard work.
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  • Help Wanted
    01/13/2014
    It’s a new year, and with it comes new volunteer opportunities for residents interested in serving on the city’s historic committee, arts council and board of adjustment.
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  • Public Invited to swearing-in ceremony
    12/30/2013
    On Jan. 7, three recently re-elected city officials will be sworn into office. Mayor Kelvyn Cullimore, Jr. will begin his third term in office and District Four Councilman Tee Tyler will begin his second term. District Three Councilman Mike Peterson, who was appointed to fill a vacancy on the council in 2011, will begin his first full term as an elected official.
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  • Be Wild Aware!
    12/20/2013
    Although we have very little snow in the valleys, the mountains peaks are getting their share. The snowfall is pushing elk, moose and mule deer to travel down from their high mountain habitats to winter feeding grounds in the valleys.
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  • Don't forget to put out the trash!
    12/19/2013
    Trash collection in Cottonwood Heights usually happens on Wednesdays. Because both Christmas Day and New Year’s Day fall on Wednesdays this year, garbage collection in the city will occur on the Thursday following both holidays.
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  • Committee creates a historic walking tour of CH
    12/13/2013
    On the afternoon of Nov. 13, a group of Cottonwood Heights residents, staff and elected officials joined the city’s historic committee near the Old Mill as they unveiled 15 new historic markers that follow the path of the recently completed Big Cottonwood Canyon Trail.
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  • Statement from Cottonwood Heights leaders regarding snow removal
    12/05/2013
    Public works functions in Cottonwood Heights, including effective snow removal, have always been a high priority for city leaders.
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  • City council to hold emergency meeting
    12/05/2013
    Notice is hereby given that the Cottonwood Heights City Council will hold an Emergency Meeting to discuss snow removal.
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  • Some reminders before the snow flies
    11/29/2013
    The colors of autumn have been gorgeous this year, but winter is just around the corner! Now is a good time to remember these important facts.
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  • Thanksgiving 5K - Know before you go
    11/22/2013
    The Cottonwood Heights Thanksgiving Day 5K is a great way to burn some calories before filling up on Thanksgiving Dinner!
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  • City council invites public comment on exotic animal ordinance
    11/21/2013
    The Cottonwood Heights City Council will receive public comment regarding proposed changes to the city's exotic animal ordinance at their business meeting on Dec. 17.
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  • Water line break closes road, limits water service
    11/07/2013
    The water line break at the intersection of Wasatch Blvd. and Kings Hill Dr. has been repaired. Kings Hill is estimated to reopen between 6 and 7 p.m. this evening.
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  • See a familiar face?
    11/07/2013
    The Cottonwood Heights Historic Committee displayed many classroom photos at Butlerville Days this year.
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  • Join our community orchestra!
    11/07/2013
    Do you have a hidden musical talent? Is there a trumpet hiding in your closet or a set of drumsticks buried in your drawer? Pull them out of their hiding places, dust them off and come share your talent with us!
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  • These resources make cleanup a cinch!
    10/30/2013
    We may not be able to help you get rid of yard work altogether, but there are several ways we can help make it easier for you.
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  • Voting in the general election
    10/03/2013
    Cottonwood Heights residents will decide the races for Mayor, District Three Councilperson and District Four Councilperson in November. What you may not know is that the election won’t be decided at the polls—it will be decided in your mailbox.
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  • City chooses new public works services provider
    10/03/2013
    At city council meeting on Sept. 24, the Cottonwood Heights City Council voted unanimously to sign a three-year contract with Terracare Associates. The company will begin work in Cottonwood Heights on Nov. 1.
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  • Vote-by-mail election yields strong voter turnout
    09/20/2013
    Though primary elections are typically not well attended, this year’s District Three City council primary election saw a voter turnout of nearly 30 percent of registered voters in that district.
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  • Quilts donated for victims of fire, crime
    09/15/2013
    The city’s police and fire departments received a heartfelt gift at city council meeting on Aug. 27—forty handmade quilts from the Quilters Holladay Chapter of the Utah Quilt Guild. The quilts will be kept in patrol cars and fire trucks, and first responders will be able to use them to comfort victims of fire or crime.
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  • Health department's community assessment now available
    09/11/2013
    On Sept. 10, representatives from the Salt Lake County Health Department gave a presentation to the city council regarding the 2013 Community Health Assessment. The results are now available to the public.
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  • Back to School Safety
    08/30/2013
    With summer coming to an end and the beginning of a new school year, Safe Kids USA reminds parents and drivers to do their part to keep kids safe as they walk to school.
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  • City council takes close look at exotic pet ordinance
    08/30/2013
    Cottonwood Heights has been the subject of news coverage lately regarding the city’s exotic pet ordinance. Several residents say the ordinance is vague and does not provide enough protection for responsible exotic pet owners. Others say exotic pets should be highly regulated and their numbers severely restricted.
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  • Replacing the trees at Golden Hills Park
    08/14/2013
    The large pine trees along Wasatch Boulevard are finally being cut down. For many years, the trees have suffered from drought and fluctuating precipitation cycles.
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  • Road work on Top of the World Drive
    08/02/2013
    Starting on Aug. 6, Salt Lake County will be starting a chip seal road work project along Prospector Drive and Top of the World Drive east of Wasatch Boulevard.
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  • Crossing guards needed!
    07/31/2013
    Did you know it's possible to earn a little extra money AND contribute to the community at the same time? It's true! We are in need of several crossing guards to help children get to and from school safely this school year.
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  • Be Wild Aware!
    07/25/2013
    Those of us that live in Utah are lucky to be right in the middle of some spectacular natural beauty. But what if that nature finds its way into your garbage cans, or starts to nibble at your tomato plants? Many people think of wildlife as something you see on a hike or at a state park, but it’s in our neighborhoods, too.
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  • CH Resident to perform with Utah Opera
    07/17/2013
    Cottonwood Heights resident and arts council member Christi Jones is not shy, but there is one lifelong dream she kept under wraps.
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  • City reschedules ceremony to open Big Cottonwood Canyon Trail
    07/11/2013
    City officials have rescheduled a planned ribbon-cutting ceremony to open the final phase of the Big Cottonwood Canyon Trail.
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  • City to host Meet the Candidates night
    07/08/2013
    On Thursday, July 11, Cottonwood Heights will host Meet the Candidates Night in the first floor training room at the city offices from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Everyone is invited to meet and speak to the candidates running for municipal offices this year. Light refreshments will be provided.
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  • Become a member of the Arts Council or Historic Committee!
    07/03/2013
    The city is accepting applications from residents who would like to volunteer on the Cottonwood Heights Arts Council or the Cottonwood Heights Historic Committee.
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  • A reminder about fireworks in CH
    06/26/2013
    During the summer holidays, fireworks can be a big part of the fun…or a big problem. Last year, in an effort to encourage safe use of fireworks while protecting potential hazard areas in the city, the Cottonwood Heights City Council made changes to the municipal code which restrict the use of fireworks in or near designated “wildland interface” areas and public parks.
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  • Fight the bite: tips for avoiding mosquitos
    06/21/2013
    The South Salt Lake Valley Mosquito Abatement District would like to remind everyone that along with these outdoor activities comes the possibility of being bitten by mosquitoes, some of which do transmit West Nile Virus, St. Louis and Western Equine Encephalitis or Dog Heartworm.
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  • Local artist wins national "Gatsby" contest
    06/12/2013
    Cottonwood Heights artist Anthony Ithurralde was recently chosen as one of two winners in the national “Great Gatsby Fan Art Challenge.
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  • Share the arts in Cottonwood Heights!
    06/08/2013
    Do you have an artist’s eye? Are you creative and energetic and willing to volunteer your time to help promote the arts in Cottonwood Heights? If so, the Cottonwood Heights Arts Council needs you! We currently have two openings on the arts council.
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  • Summer fire safety: kick off summer safely!
    06/07/2013
    As summer begins, the Office of the State Fire Marshal would like to remind everyone to be careful with any activity that could trigger a wildfire. It doesn’t take much for a small fire to turn into a large blaze. Knowing a few fire safety tips will help everyone have a fire safe summer.
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  • Wasatch Front Waste offers green waste collection
    06/06/2013
    Wasatch Front Waste and Recycling District announced they will begin collecting green waste as a subscription service beginning in March 2014.
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  • Road Work Ahead
    05/20/2013
    As the weather warms up, the city has many construction projects planned to help improve our community. A lot of routine maintenance on our roadways will be performed this summer.
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  • Candidate filing period approaching
    05/13/2013
    This year in Cottonwood Heights, there are three municipal offices up for election: Mayor, District Three Councilman and District Four Councilman. Are you interested in running for office?
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  • An Unexpected Ending
    05/04/2013
    Springtime in Cottonwood Heights brings more than blooming flowers. Warmer weather brings out the door-to-door solicitors. We had our first one last week.
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  • City shakes things up during 2013 ShakeOut
    05/04/2013
    On April 17 through April 20, nearly one million people around Utah participated in the 2013 Great Utah ShakeOut.
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  • Sandbags available for possible flooding
    04/19/2013
    In preparation for potential spring flooding, Salt Lake County is offering sand and bags for residents to use to protect their property.
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  • CHPD offers motorcycle safety classes
    04/19/2013
    We believe it would be helpful to sponsor a free training class in Cottonwood Heights using our motor officers. The training incorporates basic riding and crash avoidance, including proper braking.
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  • A safer walk to school for Ridgecrest Elementary students
    04/19/2013
    Many people come to city council meeting and tell the council about their ideas to improve the community, but few come with a well-researched and viable way to accomplish the task. However, one local resident did all this and more: she found a way to solve a community problem at relatively little cost to the city.
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  • How should YOU do 2013 ShakeOut?
    04/11/2013
    ShakeOut is a large-scale earthquake drill that helps everyone test their knowledge and preparedness. When the “earthquake” strikes at 10:15 a.m. on April 17, how are you going to react?
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  • Notice of Public Meeting
    04/11/2013
    The Cottonwood Heights Community and Economic Development Department invites you to attend a public meeting to review and discuss a proposed park and ride lot on the north side of Fort Union Boulevard, west of Wasatch Boulevard. City Staff will have exhibits of the proposed parking and area improvements.
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  • Earthquake Victims Needed!
    04/05/2013
    Last year during ShakeOut, Cottonwood Heights participated by having city staff “drop, cover and hold on” during the earthquake drill and then setting up a mock Emergency Operations Center to test the preparedness skills of the staff and the city’s emergency communications volunteers.
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  • Arts council sponsors free photography class, contest
    04/03/2013
    The Cottonwood Heights Arts Council is again hosting a photography class and contest with the theme of "A Spring Day in Cottonwood Heights.”
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  • Road work affects 3000 East
    03/18/2013
    For a few days this week, a contractor will be digging across 3000 East and 6500 South. Drivers should expect some delays and equipment in the roadway. Please use caution while maneuvering through the area. Thanks for your patience.
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  • New law shortens election candidate filing period
    03/18/2013
    During the 2013 session, state legislators passed House Bill 403 which makes certain amendments to municipal election regulations. The change which most affects potential candidates is related to candidate filing dates.
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  • City boards in need of volunteers
    02/28/2013
    Cottonwood Heights relies on its citizens to help with land use, history and arts commissions in the city. Right now, we have openings on two of our boards: the planning commission and the arts council.
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  • 2013 ShakeOut set to shake up our city!
    02/18/2013
    On April 17, Cottonwood Heights will participate in Great Utah ShakeOut. While elected officials and staff will be testing the city’s preparedness efforts, we invite everyone including businesses, schools and households to “Drop, Cover, and Hold On” at 10:15 a.m. that day.
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  • City's Board of Adjustment looking for new member
    02/13/2013
    Cottonwood Heights is in need of a volunteer to serve on the Board of Adjustment. The board meets as needed and acts as the appeal authority for land use decisions. In specific cases, it may authorize variances.
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  • Candidate filing dates announced for municipal election
    02/11/2013
    Municipal elections will be held in November, and this year the offices of Mayor, District 3 Councilman and District 4 Councilman are to be decided.
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  • Free Heart Screenings Offered at Health Fair
    02/08/2013
    Get on track to better heart health by attending the Healthy Heart Fair! This free event is sponsored by Intermountain Heart Institute, one of the premier heart treatment centers in the nation.
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  • City Council Honors Volunteers
    02/08/2013
    On Jan. 26, members of all of the city’s volunteer boards and commissions were invited to attend the second annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner at Heritage Gardens with the mayor, city council and staff. At the dinner, four volunteers were presented with awards for their outstanding volunteer service.
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  • Utah will shake, rattle and roll on April 17!
    01/23/2013
    This is not your average “Save the Date” reminder! We are asking you, your family, your school, your business, your friends, and anyone else who is interested to join us for an earthquake on April 17. No, not a real earthquake—it’s the 2013 Great Utah Shakeout!
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  • City launches Adopt-a-Roadway program
    01/21/2013
    From time to time, residents have approached city staff to ask about the possibility of organizing roadside cleanup efforts. As a result of those inquiries, Cottonwood Heights will sponsor a new Adopt-a-Roadway program beginning in 2013.
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  • Police department uses grant money to buy gas masks
    01/15/2013
    Cottonwood Heights Police Chief Robby Russo recently attended training at the International Chiefs of Police convention, where a case study of the Aurora, CO theater shooting was presented. The suspect in that shooting had used a form of gas as a weapon against the theater patrons and responding officers.
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  • Tell us: What's your favorite way to play in Cottonwood Heights?
    01/07/2013
    There are lots of fun things to do in and around Cottonwood Heights, from skiing and cycling to hiking and running. Every month for the next year, we want to feature a favorite local activity in the News Journal—something to motivate everyone to get out and get active!
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  • City council district boundary changes
    01/07/2013
    Recently, the state legislature created new district boundaries for federal and state elected offices. Those changes have created a need for counties and cities throughout the state to adjust some of their boundaries accordingly.
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  • Spirit of giving, compassion alive and well in CH
    01/04/2013
    Thanks to many people who live and work in Cottonwood Heights, city employees were able to deliver food, gifts, and vouchers to six local families through this year’s Sub for Santa program and help them celebrate the holidays with a little more hope and cheer.
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  • City plans open house for outgoing manager
    01/04/2013
    After eight years of hard work and dedication, City Manager Liane Stillman is retiring in January. In order to honor her contribution to the community, the Cottonwood Heights City Council is hosting an open house on Tuesday, Jan. 22 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. The event will take place in city council chambers, located at 1265 E. Fort Union Blvd. Suite 300.
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  • New year brings changes to sanitation district
    12/20/2012
    New name, same services. That’s the news from Salt Lake County Special Service District #1 (Sanitation) as they look forward to some significant changes starting in January 2013.
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  • CHPD's efforts earn statewide award
    12/07/2012
    At the Zero Fatalities Safety Summit on Oct. 26, the Cottonwood Heights Police Department was presented with the Commissioner’s Excellence in Traffic Safety Award for having the most comprehensive traffic safety program aimed at reducing death and injury on Utah’s roadways. The award was presented by Commissioner of the Utah Department of Public Safety Lance Davenport.
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  • Before the snow flies...
    12/07/2012
    Don’t let a sunny Thanksgiving holiday fool you—winter weather is right around the corner! Now is a good time to read the city’s snow removal ordinance--Title 11 of the municipal code--and remember these important facts.
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  • City council appoints new city manager
    12/04/2012
    At their business meeting on Dec. 4, the Cottonwood Heights City Council appointed John Park as the city’s new manager. Mr. Park will take the reins from current city manager Liane Stillman, who is retiring after eight years of dedicated service.
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  • Holiday Crime Prevention Tips
    11/19/2012
    During the holidays, the potential for thefts and robberies increases. More people are out and about, and they are carrying more gifts and money than during other times of the year. While there's no need to be afraid, you should keep in mind the following holiday safety reminders.
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  • Emergency Prep: Weather spotter training
    11/15/2012
    Cottonwood Heights and Sandy City Emergency Management will be conducting weather spotter training at the Cottonwood Heights City Offices on Dec. 6 at 7 p.m.
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  • November is Alternative Fuel Vehicle Awareness Month
    11/07/2012
    The Cottonwood Heights City Council has joined Governor Gary Herbert and 40 mayors from across the state in declaring November to be Alternative Fuel Vehicle Awareness Month.
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  • Santa Needs Elves This Year!
    11/07/2012
    Cottonwood Heights city employees are sponsoring their fifth annual Sub for Santa Program. This year, Brighton High School has graciously joined in to help with the event.
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  • Snow removal: we need your help!
    11/07/2012
    It’s time to bust out the shovels and snow blowers, because winter is on its way! Now is a good time to read the city’s snow removal ordinance--Title 11 of the municipal code--and remember these important facts.
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  • What is this blinking yellow arrow?
    11/05/2012
    You may have noticed that transportation departments and local entities across the country are implementing a flashing yellow left turn arrow at signalized intersections, and Cottonwood Heights is no exception.
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  • Help pets be good neighbors, too
    10/15/2012
    Pets can be wonderful companions, and are a welcome part of our community. We thank the many responsible pet owners that live in Cottonwood Heights. However, when not properly looked after and cared for, pets have the potential to become nuisances to neighbors and animal control officers alike.
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  • Get rid of those leaves before the snow flies!
    10/15/2012
    Threatening skies, winter temperatures, and snowfall in the mountains all mean one thing: we'll soon be trading yard work for snow removal! Before the snow falls, make sure your yard is ready by taking advantage of fee waivers and free leaf bags from Salt Lake County Sanitation.
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  • October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
    10/09/2012
    We believe there are many more victims in this community whose stories have not been heard. Because October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we want to help residents understand the signs of abuse and how to get help.
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  • City asks residents to comply with short-term rental ordinance
    10/03/2012
    While many property owners choose to properly license their short term rentals and follow the city’s requirements, the city has become aware that there may be others promoting and renting out their properties without being in compliance with the city code.
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  • The general election: what you need to know
    10/02/2012
    The signs, ads, and intense political conversations around our state—as well as around the nation—are all indications that the Nov. 6 general election is almost here. In order to help make sure each of our eligible residents has a chance to vote, we’ve compiled some quick facts about this year’s election.
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  • City Manager Liane Stillman to retire
    10/02/2012
    Nearly eight years after Cottonwood Heights became a city, its first city manager is stepping down. On Sept. 5, Liane Stillman announced to staff members she had decided to retire. She will continue in her current position until the city council appoints her replacement.
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  • CHPD sponsors drug take back event
    09/12/2012
    CHPD is teaming up with First Med to sponsor a drug take back event on Saturday, Sept. 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the parking lot of the Target store on Park Centre Drive. Please use this opportunity to get rid of unused and expired medications, no questions asked.
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  • Registering your vacation rental property
    09/07/2012
    Because the city council recognizes the positive effects of inviting visitors to our city, it established a process for property owners in certain city zones to use their properties as vacation rentals or “short term rentals.”
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  • September is National Preparedness Month
    09/07/2012
    In 2004, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) declared September to be National Preparedness Month. Each year, it serves as a reminder for citizens to make sure they have gathered the supplies and skills necessary to survive a large-scale emergency.
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  • Work set to begin on Union Park/Fort Union Intersection
    08/20/2012
    Construction work is set to begin on August 24 at the intersection of Union Park Avenue and Fort Union Boulevard. Travel lanes will be affected between the hours of 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. in order for crews to make improvements to the area.
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  • A green light for the Union Park/Ft. Union intersection
    08/13/2012
    Cottonwood Heights has obtained federal funds for a project that optimizes the efficiency of this intersection by adding additional left-hand turn lanes so that more cars can turn left while the other legs of the intersection are waiting.
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  • Planning Commissioner Needed
    08/02/2012
    The city is now looking for a new planning commissioner from District Two. Residents who are interested in serving on the planning commission should send a letter of interest to City Recorder Linda Dunlavy by 5 p.m. on August 27.
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  • Community leaders challenge Utahns to "Clear the Air"
    08/02/2012
    Utah is a great place to live and work, but air quality is a constant issue in the state, especially along the Wasatch Front. For that reason, a group of Utah community leaders including Governor Gary Herbert, Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker and Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon started a program called Clear the Air Challenge.
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  • Tips on sharing the road safely, peacefully
    08/02/2012
    Cycling is one such activity that thrives here in the city. However, sometimes cyclists and motorists have trouble sharing the road, which can lead to altercations and even accidents. Here are a few tips for both groups on how to share the road safely and peacefully.
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  • PD adopts new fingerprinting policy
    07/27/2012
    Because of high demand, the police department has had to limit the days and hours that it provides fingerprinting services to the residents of the city.
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  • UFA offers tips for fireworks safety
    07/16/2012
    The potential for wildfire is extreme this year, and Asst. Chief Watson from Unified Fire Authority has some tips for those who choose to legally celebrate this Pioneer Day with fireworks.
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  • City amends special events ordinance
    07/09/2012
    It’s summertime, and lots of residents are planning or participating in outdoor parties, local concerts and 5k runs. If you are the event organizer, we want to remind you that the city council recently amended the special events ordinance, and if your event includes any public streets or property, you will need to get a special events permit
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  • "Cinderella" to be staged in July
    07/03/2012
    The Cottonwood Heights Arts Council is proud to present “Roger’s & Hammerstein’s Cinderella—The Enchanted Edition,” starring Rohit Raghavan as Prince Christopher and April Joy Tritchler as Cinderella. The production will also feature an incredibly talented supporting cast along with a live orchestra.
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  • City council votes to increase fire restrictions
    06/27/2012
    On June 26 and again on July 3, the Cottonwood Heights City Council voted to approve Ordinances 191 and 192, which restrict the use of fireworks on or over any public property such as parks and schools and expand the list of urban interface areas in the city.
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  • What NOT to do!
    06/20/2012
    Recently, a call came into police dispatch reporting a suspicious vehicle. Three men in dark clothing had been parked in the complainant’s driveway and then had gone to the back of his neighbor’s home.
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  • 2012 Fireworks Regulations
    06/15/2012
    Fire danger is extremely high in Utah this year, and Unified Fire Authority is getting the word out about this year's changes to the fireworks regulations.
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  • Mosquito bites can lead to nasty "bugs"
    06/13/2012
    The approaching summer brings thoughts of fun outdoor activities with family and friends. The South Salt Lake Valley Mosquito Abatement District would like to remind everyone that along with these outdoor activities comes the possibility of being bitten by mosquitoes, some of which transmit West Nile Virus, St. Louis and Western Equine Encephalitis or Dog Heartworm.
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  • Primary Elections: What you need to know
    06/06/2012
    The political signs and candidates are out in force, a reminder that the June 26 primary election is quickly approaching.
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  • Love a parade? Come be a part of ours!
    06/06/2012
    The Butlerville Days Parade begins at 3 p.m. on July 24, and we want you to be a part of it! Children can participate by walking in the children’s parade while community groups, businesses, school teams and musical acts are welcome to enter the main parade.
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  • CH and Holladay team up for Emergency Prep Fair
    06/06/2012
    Wondering how to prepare yourself and your family for any emergency? Come learn at the emergency preparedness fair on June 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Mill Hollow Park!
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  • We need volunteers!
    06/06/2012
    Cottonwood Heights has a wealth of volunteer opportunities open right now, from planning commissioners to victim advocates.
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  • Have a Fire-safe Summer
    05/25/2012
    The Office of the State Fire Marshal would like to remind everyone to be careful with any activity that could trigger a wildfire.
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  • A Message from the Mosquito Abatement District
    05/04/2012
    The South Salt Lake Valley Mosquito Abatement District operates under authority granted in the Utah Code 17B-2a-703. It gives the district legal right to enter any area within district boundaries to exterminate mosquitoes or other insects for the purpose of protecting public health.
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  • Winter's Over---Now What?
    05/04/2012
    With the retreat of the snow, another season begins. You were thinking Spring, right? But in public works it’s the season of orange, the time when we get out and build and maintain things like the streets and storm drains.
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  • CH sees positive steps, areas to improve after ShakeOut drill
    05/04/2012
    Cottonwood Heights was one of many cities and government agencies that participated in the Great Utah ShakeOut. The city’s drill focused on two major parts of emergency preparedness: communication and volunteer organization.
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  • Utility to prune trees near power lines in CH
    04/25/2012
    Rocky Mountain Power will be working in Cottonwood Heights from now until early July to perform scheduled vegetation maintenance.
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  • Arts Council sponsors several community events
    04/18/2012
    The Cottonwood Heights Arts Council is sponsoring several community events, including a photography contest, a community musical, and fiction writing classes.
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  • CHPD sponsors drug takeback event
    04/18/2012
    CHPD is sponsoring a drug takeback event on April 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Smith's parking lot at 3470 E. Bengal Blvd.
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  • Storm drain project leads to restrictions on 2300 East
    04/16/2012
    To facilitate completion of a new storm drain line on 2300 East between 6710 South and Sundown Avenue, Noland & Son Construction will be working on the roadway starting April 9.
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  • The Great Utah ShakeOut--"This is a Drill"
    04/11/2012
    The Great Utah Shake Out is a functional drill to help individuals, families, businesses and the community prepare for an earthquake emergency situation.
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  • Recycle your e-waste for free!
    04/11/2012
    The second annual Simply Mac e-Waste Recycle Event to be held in Utah will give individuals, businesses, government entities, hospitals and others the opportunity to dispose of their old and outdated electronic items at no cost.
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  • Shopping locally leads to a stronger community
    03/26/2012
    In an attempt to help residents get to know local retail and service providers a little better, Cottonwood Heights has created its Business Networking Program.
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  • Vendors sought for upcoming events
    03/19/2012
    Cottonwood Heights is taking applications for vendors who would like to participate in the city's Emergency Preparedness Fair in June and Butlerville Days in July.
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  • Rec center tennis programs honored by Utah Tennis Association
    03/19/2012
    The Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center, a longtime community partner with Cottonwood Heights, was presented with the 2011 Utah Tennis Association Organization of the Year award at the association’s annual meeting at the Cottonwood Country Club on Jan. 26.
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  • Easter egg hunts planned for kids and teens
    03/18/2012
    Cottonwood Heights and the Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center are teaming up to offer free easter egg hunts!
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  • Political caucus meetings to be held in March
    03/09/2012
    In March, several political parties in Utah will be holding caucus meetings in preparation for state conventions.
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  • Health department proposes changes to noise pollution regulation
    03/09/2012
    The Salt Lake Valley Health Department is proposing amendments to Health Regulation #21, which governs community noise pollution control and affects how law enforcement agencies respond to alleged noise ordinance violations.
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  • Special Service District 1 (Sanitation) announces fee increase
    02/20/2012
    On Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2011, the Administrative Control Board for the Sanitation District held a public hearing and adopted the 2012 budget. The budget includes a $1.75 per month fee increase, which moves the monthly fee from $11.00 to $12.75 and the annual fee from $132 to $153.
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  • The Legalization of Illicit Drugs: Myths vs. Facts
    02/13/2012
    With the recent tragedy affecting officers in the Ogden Police Department, I was disturbed to see blogs and social media comments suggesting that lives would be saved if the government would legalize drugs.
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  • Local Authors Wanted!
    02/06/2012
    Cottonwood Heights, in cooperation with Whitmore Library and the Salt Lake County Library System, will be hosting the city’s second Write for the Heights Literacy Fair.
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  • East Jordan Canal construction to benefit all residents
    02/02/2012
    Right now, construction crews are finishing the work of piping the final segment of the East Jordan Canal between 1495 East and Fort Union Boulevard. The work began in December 2011 and is moving along very well.
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  • CERT class to be offered in Cottonwood Heights
    02/02/2012
    Unified Fire Authority is offering a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) class in Cottonwood Heights beginning March 22.
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  • CH needs you to help us “Flip Our Float”
    01/23/2012
    Each year, Cottonwood Heights builds a float and enters it into several parades in the Salt Lake Valley, including the annual Days of ’47 Parade. The city owns the float base, but each year we like to come up with a new idea for the float design based on the Days of ’47 theme and our city’s rich heritage.
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  • Radon gas a silent but preventable threat
    01/18/2012
    What if your home had been invaded without your knowledge by an enemy you couldn’t detect with any of your senses? There would be no way to protect yourself until it was too late and the unthinkable happened.
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  • Canal work leads to scheduled road closure
    01/05/2012
    Construction crews are working to finish piping the canal that intersects the neighborhood near 1495 East and Fort Union Boulevard.
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  • Christmas Tree Disposal
    01/04/2012
    The sanitation district will collect Christmas trees curbside from January 2nd through January 31st. Your tree may be picked up on any of your regular scheduled collection days during the month of January. Please do not put trees in your garbage or recycle can.
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  • Business Networking Program benefits local stores and residents
    12/30/2011
    The city has just launched its Business Networking Program. The program features local businesses each week on its website and Facebook and Twitter pages.
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  • 'Tis the season
    12/13/2011
    By following some of the outlined precautionary tips, individuals can greatly reduce their chances of becoming a holiday fire casualty.
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  • Santa Needs Help Again!
    12/02/2011
    Cottonwood Heights’ employees are conducting a Sub-for-Santa program again this year. Several Cottonwood Heights families have been nominated, and we are trying to help as many of those families as possible.
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  • Arts Council presents Winter Songfest
    12/02/2011
    Don't miss the Winter Songfest on Dec. 10 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Butler Middle School. This event is sponsored by the Cottonwood Heights Arts Council and features local elementary school choirs and orchestras.
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  • Community playground build at Mountview cancelled
    11/11/2011
    Unfortunately, due to weather-related construction delays, the community playground build project at Mountview Park that was scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 12 has been cancelled. However, the park is still on track to be completed by Spring 2012.
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  • A reminder about snow removal
    11/11/2011
    On February 22 the city council made changes to Title 11 of the city code, which now requires residents to move parked cars off the streets when there is any accumulation of snow until 24 hours after a storm has passed.
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  • City and Rec Center Team up for "Pooch Plunge"
    11/02/2011
    You are invited to participate in a one-time-only chance to let your dogs swim in the Cottonwood Heights Rec Center’s outdoor pool! That’s right, the city and the rec center are teaming up for the first-ever “Pooch Plunge” on Nov. 5 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
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  • City News Canyons SD Education Foundation selling tickets to "Wicked"
    10/31/2011
    The Canyons School District Education Foundation has been given permission to pre-sell tickets to three shows of next summer's Broadway Across America run of the musical "Wicked."
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  • CHPD hosts drug take-back event
    10/25/2011
    This Saturday, Oct. 29, the Cottonwood Heights Police Department will support the Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Take Back Initiative by sponsoring a prescription drug take-back event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Target parking lot at 7025 S. Park Centre Drive in Cottonwood Heights.
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  • County and UDOT installing bike lanes along Wasatch Blvd.
    10/25/2011
    Salt Lake County and the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) are installing bike lanes along Wasatch Boulevard from 8350 South to the 6200 South park-and-ride lot, a popular bicycling corridor.
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  • Follow these tips for a safe Halloween!
    10/25/2011
    Since nearly 94 percent of children between the ages of four and twelve participate in Halloween activities, parents are encouraged to consider these basic safety precautions that will make Halloween a safer night of fun.
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  • Fall Leaf Bag Program
    10/14/2011
    Leaf bags are available at the city offices, the rec center, Whitmore Library and fire stations.
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  • Arts council hosts exhibit at Whitmore
    10/07/2011
    The Cottonwood Heights Arts Council and Whitmore Library have teamed up to sponsor an art exhibit featuring the work of local artists.
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  • Sanitation district hosts open house
    09/30/2011
    Special Service District No. 1 (Sanitation) is hosting a series of open houses to provide informaton about recycling and sanitation services.
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    Construction to begin on final phase of Big Cottonwood Canyon Trail
    09/21/2011
    This fall or early spring, with thanks to Murray City, Cottonwood Heights will begin construction on the last phase of the Big Cottonwood Canyon Trail through one of the most pristine properties in the valley.
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    Community Spotlight: Kathy Bray
    09/17/2011
    Cottonwood Heights resident Kathy Bray has made a commitment to help people in the community who need help the most, and her actions reflect that commitment.
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    Road work to begin on Fort Union Sept. 19.
    09/14/2011
    Beginning Monday, Sept. 19, road crews will begin an overlay of Fort Union Boulevard between 17th East and Union Park Avenue.
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  • Court mandates tax refund to residents wrongfully assessed for Jordan Bond
    09/14/2011
    Eligible taxpayers will be able to claim a refund for taxes paid in 2009, 2010 and 2011 to cover the Jordan bond. The city expects specific guidelines to be issued by the Canyons School District in the next three to four months, indicating the process by which property owners may claim a refund.
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  • Bike lost or stolen?
    09/12/2011
    Each year, approximately 30 bicycles are turned in to the Cottonwood Heights Police Department as found bikes. When they are received, an officer checks the bikes against reports of stolen bicycles. If there is no match, the bike is listed on the city’s web site and held for 90 days.
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  • Area clean-up scheduled for Cottonwood Heights
    08/31/2011
    Salt Lake County Sanitation will drop off dumpsters throughout the city for the annual area clean-up starting Sept. 13.
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  • Weekly recycling services begin Sept. 1
    08/17/2011
    Beginning Sept. 1, residents in Cottonwood Heights will begin receiving weekly recycling collection. This means you will no longer have to remember which week to place your recycling cans out at the curb! Recycling will be collected each week on the regular garbage collection day.
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  • Omer resigns, council to appoint replacement
    08/12/2011
    Councilwoman Nicole Omer, who has represented Cottonwood Heights District Three since January 2010, submitted her resignation from the city council effective Sept. 13.
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    What to do with all the sandbags?
    08/04/2011
    Now that the flood threat is past, you may be wondering—what is the best way to dispose of all the sandbags?
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    Municipal election primary set for Sept. 13
    08/04/2011
    Five residents have filed for the District One city council seat being vacated by Councilman Gordon Thomas. Because of the high number of candidates, a primary election will be held in that district on Sept. 13 to narrow the number of candidates to two before the general election in November.
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    Arts council presents "The Wizard of Oz"
    07/25/2011
    Come see the “The Wizard of OZ” at Brighton High School, August 5, 6, 8, 12, and 13. The play is produced by the Cottonwood Heights Arts Council by special arrangement with Tams-Witmark Music Library, Inc.
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    Chief's Corner
    07/18/2011
    Traffic issues are the topic about which I get the most complaints from citizens.
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  • Utah Legislature's redistricting committee to hold public meeting
    07/08/2011
    On TUESDAY JULY 12 2011, at 6:00 p.m., the redistricting committee will hold a public meeting at the Jordan School District Auxiliary Services Building (7905 S. Redwood Road, West Jordan) to explain the process and take public input.
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    Don't miss the biggest party of the year--Butlerville Days!
    07/06/2011
    Cottonwood Heights is celebrating Butlerville Days on Monday, July 25. This annual event honors the founding of our community by using the settlement’s original name from 1877, when the Butler Precinct was created by Salt Lake County.
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    Cottonwood Heights competes for national award in Kansas City
    07/06/2011
    This year, Cottonwood Heights applied to the National Civic League to be considered for the All-America City Award, which honors communities for outstanding civic accomplishments.
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    It's time for fireworks!
    06/26/2011
    Fireworks are a spectacular sight, especially during the month of July in Utah. But as you get ready for the summer holidays, please follow these guidelines so that you, your friends and your family can celebrate safely and legally.
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  • Salt Lake County offers sanitation fee waivers
    06/13/2011
    During the month of June, Salt Lake County is offering waivers to any residents who need to drop off green waste or bulk waste at the Salt Lake Valley Landfill.
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  • Municipal election will decide two city council seats
    06/13/2011
    Every two years, Cottonwood Heights holds municipal elections for positions on the city council. This year, city council seats for District One and District Two are up for election.
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  • City council to review proposed Canyon Resort Residential Zone
    06/07/2011
    At the request of the owner of Big Cottonwood Estates (Tavaci), the Cottonwood Heights City Council has agreed to complete its review of the proposed Canyon Resort Residential Zone (CRR). The matter will come before the city council at its meeting on June 28, 2011.
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  • SL County considers weekly recycling
    05/23/2011
    During the month of May, the sanitation department is hosting an online survey about the frequency of reycling services. If you'd like to take the survey, please go to www.sanitation.slco.org and click the "Take Survey" link.
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  • County to host sandbagging event
    05/10/2011
    On Saturday, May 14 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., Salt Lake County will host a sandbagging and volunteer pre-registration event at Cottonwood Heights Elementary.
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  • Councilwoman Omer to hold first cottage meeting
    05/10/2011
    Councilwoman Nicole Omer will hold the first of a series of cottage meetings with members of her district on May 19 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the first floor training room at the city offices.
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  • Councilwoman Omer to hold cottage meetings
    04/20/2011
    Councilwoman Nicole Omer will hold cottage meetings throughout District Three until the end of the year. The purpose of these meetings is to provide a more personalized atmosphere for residents to ask questions, make comments and become acquainted with Omer.
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  • Water leak prompts road work on Ft. Union Blvd.
    04/07/2011
    People who drove through the Fort Union Boulevard and Highland Drive intersection on March 18 may have noticed that crews were cutting into the new roadway, which had just been the focus of a major reconstruction project last summer.
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