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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.


Blast operations scheduled at TM Crushing site

Eagle Mountain City announces scheduled blast operations at the TM Crushing site on Mt. Airey Blvd. today between 12:00 PM and 4:00 PM. Residents and businesses in the vicinity should be aware that this is a…

Urgent water conservation needed for Eagle Mountain residents north of SR-73

Eagle Mountain City is facing a critical water reduction impacting areas north of SR-73, otherwise known as Cory Wride Memorial Highway. It’s affecting around 1,200 homes. In response, the City is urgently asking residents in the…

UDOT begins work to enhance capacity at SR-73 and SR-85

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) has begun improvements at the intersection of SR-73/Pioneer Crossing and SR-85 to enhance traffic flow and safety. The work aims to alleviate congestion and improve efficiency for commuters and cyclists…

City Emergency Management staff advises residents on family safety plan

Communication is vital to your family’s safety when disaster strikes.  Make sure that your family’s emergency plan includes a communication plan, a plan for reuniting and a plan for what to do in different situations.  Create…

The Eagle’s View – June 2024

The June 2024 edition of the Eagle’s View Newsletter is here. In this issue, we learn about the need for permits, urban wildlife and hotel feasibility in Eagle Mountain. Read here: https://bit.ly/3VLmB5i

UFA readies for new ladder truck at Station 252

Eagle Mountain’s Unified Fire Authority firefighters are set to receive a state-of-the-art ladder truck at Station 252. It’s considered a significant upgrade that promises enhanced safety and operational efficiency for the city’s fire response and emergency…


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