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Eagle Mountain Emergency Hotline: 801-789-5959


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Emergency Hotline: 801-789-5959

  • Option 1 – Parks & Recreation
  • Option 2 – Water
  • Option 3 – Sewer
  • Option 4 – Storm Water
  • Option 5 - Streets

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.


CDC approves vaccine and boosters for children 5 and older

Updated 05/23/22 The CDC now recommends a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine for children 5 and older. They can receive a booster if it’s been at least 5 months since they completed the primary vaccination…

Water conservation page updated to help resident decision-making

Eagle Mountain City is recommending residents irrigate their lawns in alignment with state recommendations. Currently the City is recommending watering your lawn once per week in Utah County. This recommendation is created from moisture in the…

New City events page adds convenience for residents

Eagle Mountain City has added new features and additional information for the events it hosts throughout the year to its website. The newly revised events page allows residents to retrieve better information for major events such…

The Eagle’s View – April 2022

The April edition of The Eagle’s View is now ready for your enjoyment. This month, we discuss fireworks restrictions, saving on lawn water, and learn more about how best to help local wildlife populations. Read it…

EM wildlife biologist weighs conservation in development decisions

Eagle Mountain City announced its plans to hire a Wildlife Biologist and Environmental Planner in March. The City, in cooperation with local wildlife advocates, is placing greater emphasis on the conservation of open spaces and the…

Tumbleweed Cleanup

Windy conditions may have landed tumbleweeds on your property.  Disposing of them can be quite an undertaking. Here are a few reminders: Residents have several options for removal, including: -Flattening the tumbleweeds and disposing of them…


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  • Issue Reporting Hotline:
  • 801-789-5959
  • Option 1 – Parks and Recreation
    Option 2 – Water
    Option 3 – Sewer
    Option 4 – Storm Water
    Option 5 – Streets
  • For Emergencies, dial 911