Residents attend Knudsen Park open house to share their vision of park features.
After hearing the concerns of those opposed to the tree ordinance, the tree committee continues to assist the city with an ordinance to protect Holladay’s urban forest.
Sitting down with the mayor, council members and other city officials to converse over dinner is an annual event.
Don’t let the weather fool you! There are many great events happening in Cottonwood Heights.
Sandy City Youth Council mayors and members are sworn in Sept. 5 by Judge Paul Farr to a year of service and leadership in their community.
UDOT hopes to improve safety and alleviate congestion for northbound traffic on the intersection of Little Cottonwood Canyon Road and Wasatch Boulevard.
Will cities struggling to afford the raised cost of Salt Lake County Animal Services mean no-kill programs are at risk?
Planning Commission elects new chair and vice chair.
Sheryl Gillilan is the new executive director for the Holladay Arts Council.
Traffic Adaptive Technology has been brought to Cottonwood Heights to help reduce traffic issues, especially along the canyon entryroads.