Traffic Adaptive Technology has been brought to Cottonwood Heights to help reduce traffic issues, especially along the canyon entryroads.
Envision Utah suggested the promotion of people-oriented centers to the Cottonwood Heights City Council during one of their weekly meetings.
Cottonwood Heights City is creating an ordinance to deal with accessory dwelling units, especially the many basement apartments available within the city.
The Cottonwood Heights Police Department hired five new officers, promoted two existing officers and retired three former members of the police force; all within a few short months.
After serving three terms, District 3 representative Patricia Pignanelli will say goodbye to city council.
General contractor for Knudsen Park has been hired.
Plans to amend the current Highland Drive Master Plan was met with mixed emotions.
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.