Last Updated: Jun 19, 2017 11:15AM •
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Justice court for Holladay and Cottonwood Heights has been under contract for seven years. It’s time to renegotiate.
No Parking signs were installed along the neighborhoods across from the Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center to help regulate summer traffic.
A zombie outbreak in Cottonwood Heights! And they ride bikes!?
Many residents in Cottonwood Heights are concerned about road issues and safety.
The Draper City Council approved the 2017 fiscal budget, including funding for the new Draper Philharmonic and Choral Society.
Trans-Jordan Landfill has taken the lead on a new recycling initiative that was launched in May. The city’s Trans-Jordan services, along with Salt Lake County, are educating residents on what should and shouldn’t be recycled.
The Cottonwood Heights Citizens Police Academy is a 10-week program where citizens learn about daily life as a police officer. Nineteen students received their diploma at the graduation ceremony on April 26.
Cottonwood Heights City hosted two Easter events, one for teens and one for children, during Easter weekend. Even though the events were deemed successful, changes will be made for next year.
Mayor Kelvyn Cullimore and Councilman Tee Tyler have announced that they will not be seeking re-election this term.
During the Great ShakeOut event on April 22, the emergency preparedness team ran through a mock emergency situation, such as an earthquake, while volunteers filled sandbags for flooding preparation.