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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.


Wildfire risk prompts fireworks restrictions

Given persistent dry conditions, high winds, warmer temperatures and limited water resources, the Eagle Mountain City Council tonight (6/15) approved a resolution prohibiting fireworks in Eagle Mountain during the July 4 and July 24 (Pioneer Day)…

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The Eagle’s View-May, 2021

Eagle Mountain’s May Newsletter is ready for your enjoyment. We have information about Mountain View Corridor, Trail Therapy, rodenticides, and more.  Read here 

Pony Express Parkway Closure

We have new and updated information regarding the closure of Pony Express Parkway. Following conversations with the construction company, the road closure date has been moved and will begin on Tuesday, June 1. Construction will be…

Utah drought prompts water conservation resources

Eagle Mountain City is encouraging residents to manage their lawn watering schedule. More than 60% of the City’s water usage is used on outdoor watering. For more information about Utah’s drought conditions, visit our Water Conservation…

Senior Meals

We are excited to announce Senior Meals will start back in person on May 12. Drive up pickup will still be available as well. Request meals by emailing seniorcenter@emcity.org or calling the senior center, 801-789-6660.

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The Eagle’s View – April, 2021

The Eagle’s View city newsletter for April is ready for your enjoyment. In this issue, Mayor Westmoreland discusses upcoming road projects, plus info on water conservation, deer migration and more. Read here


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