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City offices are open to the public regular hours (7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday), however, masks are recommended in city buildings, and social distancing measures are in place. We encourage residents and our community partners to continue to conduct business with the City online or by phone as much as possible. Department Contact Info

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.


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.

Youth Council applications due this week

Young adults interested in serving on the Eagle Mountain City Youth Council for the 2021/22 term are free to apply until Wednesday, May 5 at 5 p.m. Those interested can contact the council’s advisor, Tyler Shimakonis,…

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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

Pony Express Days Parade registration opens

The Pony Express Days Parade will be taking place in early June. Registration is now open for entry into this year’s parade. You can register your organization using this form. Due to COVID-19, Eagle Mountain City…

Eagle Mountain honored as Tree City USA

Eagle Mountain City has been named a 2020 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation. The City joins 3,600 other communities across the country that have brought attention to the importance of planting trees in…

Water Conservation

100% of Utah is in drought, which is extremely concerning for this time of year. Below-average snowpack and extremely dry soils will likely result in well-below normal runoff, making conservation more important than ever. Finding ways…


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