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iWorQ software connects Holladay city and residents

New Saas solution answers the concern of resident requests for a more modern form of city engagement.

‘Handcuffed’ cities: the new transportation tax

Senate Bill 136 was passed this March, allowing counties to impose a quarter-cent sales tax for transportation funding. Salt Lake County passed an ordinance stating that if a collective of cities and townships making up 67 percent% of the county’s population show support for the tax, it will be imposed this summer.

Improvements coming to Little Cottonwood Canyon

The Utah Department of Transportation is working on an environmental impact statement studying the Little Cottonwood Canyon Corridor in order to make improvements needed for traffic congestion.

No more idling in Cottonwood Heights

Residents urge the Cottonwood Heights City Council to pass an idle-free ordinance city-wide.

World Night allows Butler students to explore

Explore the world. That’s what Butler Elementary students did at World Night.

New fireworks restrictions for Cottonwood Heights this summer

The state legislature has put more restrictions on setting off fireworks this year. Cottonwood Heights City has also restricted more areas for fireworks. Know the restrictions before lighting the fuse.

UFA fires into the world of podcasts

Roll Call Podcast by UFA EMS Divisions expedites learning to improve service and community understanding.

Holladay Village design receives legacy award

Holladay Village receives 2017 Urban Design Utah Legacy Award for the city’s town center and plaza design.

Revised plan for the former mall site unanimously approved

Following seven months of public hearings, Holladay City Council votes to approve the Ivory and Woodbury SDMP and ADL.

A reminder from Holladay police: Lock it up

Holladay UPD reminds residents to keep their property secure, especially during spring and summer.



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