Last Updated: Jul 25, 2017 10:45AM •
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The Cottonwood Heights Community and Economic Development Department will be hosting the first Landscape and Beautification Award Program. Nominations will be accepted until Aug. 18.
The Cottonwood Heights City Council rarely has a split vote. On June 27, the first split vote in years was recorded, over a General Plan amendment.
After multiple fires on July 4, the Cottonwood Heights City Council passed an ordinance to ban aerial fireworks temporarily.
Justice court for Holladay and Cottonwood Heights has been under contract for seven years. It’s time to renegotiate.
Nathan Pinnock was selected as the Holladay Arts Council Artist of the Month.
The Holladay Arts Council is hosting their second annual Concerts in the Commons summer concert series.
It is not a question of who loves the trees and who does not. The question is how to protect the trees.
Gina Chamness appointed region representative on UTA Board.
A local legend among early Cottonwood Height settlers teaches that snow still showing in June in the Crow’s Foot above town indicates a good water year for its creeks and streams.
Dr. Christine Seifert tours Salt Lake County Libraries to promote her book, “Factory Girls: A Kaleidoscopic View of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire.”