During the 2017 calendar year, the Cottonwood Heights City Council discussed many resident issues, including open space, infrastructure, public works, fireworks and city committees. Many of these conversations will continue into 2018.
Holladay Youth Council gets a taste of the entrepreneurial life during a tour of the Lassonde Studios.
Paul Fotheringham elected next district three council rep for City of Holladay.
Cottonwood Heights passed new ordinances regarding business licensing requirements within the city.
Cottonwood Heights honored residents who keep beautiful homes within the city with the Beautification and Landscaping Award.
Property owners of 5025 S. Highland Drive requested a rezone in their continued effort for a 16-unit townhome development.
Ribbon cutting on Parley’s Trail celebrates an eight-mile stretch of land connecting communities.
The homeless population in Salt Lake has been on the rise and in the news frequently ever since legislation was proposed to tackle the problem.
Cottonwood Heights held an open house on Sept. 28 to discuss open space within the city.
Cottonwood Heights has drafted an ordinance for Accessory Dwelling Units that will take effect early next year.