The Cottonwood Heights Business Association (CHBA) will be working this upcoming year on providing more events and fine-tuning events that will be re-occurring from last year.
GIS Specialist Kevin Sato unveiled the new interactive map, “Cottonwood Heights — Then and Now,” which has been in the works for some time.
A pedestrian-activated crosswalk has been installed on the access point of Mountview Park, allowing residents to get to the park more directly.
Through a combined effort of several entities, Holladay residents are encouraged to shop local this holiday season.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz spoke to the Holladay Chamber of Commerce about the election and his plans for helping the community.
Over the past year, Cottonwood Heights City officials and staff members have been working hard to transition the public works department from contracting out the services to doing everything in-house. With the winter season around the corner, the new hires for the team are anxiously awaiting the chance to prove to the residents this season’s snowplowing will be better than ever.
Residents gathered at city hall for a town hall meeting to discuss current issues and future solutions for Wasatch Boulevard. Many of the residents in attendance live in residential areas around the boulevard and are concerned about the increased traffic. BYU students facilitated the meeting and are working to compile the information that was gathered to publish on the city website.
During the month of October, Cottonwood Heights hosted the annual business boot camp series. Matthias Miller discussed creating a business strategy on Oct 6. Jaelynn Jenkins defined the different types of businesses and helped resident business owners define their legal entity on Oct. 13. Bill Hilliard discussed the different types of small business loans on Oct 20.
Sherrie Swensen, Salt Lake County Clerk, wants to remind voters that this is a Vote-By-Mail Election.
Rep. Norm Thurston's proposed draft legislation for the upcoming session