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Eagle Mountain is a master-planned community encompassing more than 50 square miles of Utah’s Cedar Valley. The community captures a neighborhood feel in the midst of Utah’s urban corridor. Since its incorporation in December 1996, the city’s population has grown rapidly from 250 residents to over 50,000 by the end of 2022. Eagle Mountain residents enjoy the benefits of innovative approaches to protect wildlife corridors, native landscapes, and the night sky. Eagle Mountain is becoming a destination for diverse commercial, manufacturing, and industrial expansion. Find yourself in Eagle Mountain.

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Water main work briefly restricts EM Blvd. lanes Thursday

A lane closure will be in effect on Eagle Mountain Boulevard near the site of the new Mountain America Credit Union to do work on the water main. Work is slated to begin at 9 a.m.…

Splash pads set to open Memorial Day weekend

Just in time for Memorial Day weekend, Eagle Mountain is excited to announce the opening of the City’s splash pads, providing fun for families and children in the community. The splash pads will officially open on…

UDOT announces multiple projects for northern Utah County

Eagle Mountain City is excited to share this announcement from the Utah Department of Transportation. bit.ly/44WTXm4 These new projects represent the state’s biggest transportation investment in Utah County since the I-15 CORE project wrapped in 2012.

Federal recognition of wildlife corridor enhances conservation efforts

In a significant development for Eagle Mountain, the Federal Coordinating Committee (FCC) has bestowed federal recognition upon the Great Salt Lake Sentinel Landscape, which includes the Eagle Mountain Wildlife Corridor. The committee is formed through a…

Minor EM Blvd. roundabout work temporarily adjusts traffic

Motorists should be aware of minor adjustments in the traffic pattern on the roundabout at Pony Express Pkwy. and Eagle Mountain Blvd. on Wednesday, May 15. Work to fill cores in the area resulting from fiber…

TM Crushing quarry blasting scheduled for Tuesday

Blast operations are scheduled for TM Crushing site on Mt. Airey Dr. will take place on Tuesday, May 14 2024, between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Residents may notice loud noises during the blast period.

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