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Eagle Mountain City is a master-planned community that captures a neighborhood feel in the midst of Utah’s urban corridor. Since its incorporation in December 1996, the city’s population has grown from 250 residents to a projected 40,000 by the end of 2019, becoming one of the state’s fastest growing communities. Eagle Mountain residents enjoy quiet, safe neighborhoods with plenty of open space where families can play and spend time together.


Bag the leaf program kicks off

Eagle Mountain City is again offering the Bag the Leaf program for its residents this fall. The City will provide free leaf collection bags from Oct. 19 through Dec. 10 while supplies last. Residents may pick…

The Eagle’s View – September 2021

The September edition of The Eagle’s View is ready for your enjoyment. This month, we discuss the desert ecosystem, a major tech company announcing a land acquisition and provide information for the November election. Read here:…

Google has acquired land in Eagle Mountain City

The site is being considered for a potential future data center.  If such development goes forward, it will create jobs and continue making Eagle Mountain a leader in attracting investment from some of the world’s most recognizable brands. …

COVID-19 updates – Pfizer Booster now available

Updated 09/24/21 The Pfizer booster is now available to individuals 65 years of age and older; individuals 18 through 64 years of age at high risk of severe COVID-19; and individuals 18 through 64 years of…

Senior Meals

The Senior Meals have undergone a change from drive-up meal pick-up, which took place during the pandemic, to dining inside at the Senior Center. Please arrive by 11:45 a.m. and check in at the office window…

Slow down for school crossing zones

Plan your commute accordingly. Speeding is not allowed in a school crossing zone. Follow all speed limit signs and flashing crosswalk signs when approaching a school zone. Wait for all pedestrians to be out of the…


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