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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.


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Adaptive trick-or-treat event makes fall festivities accessible

Trick-or-treating is a highly anticipated and favorite activity for families each fall. Children dress up as their favorite characters and treat themselves to armfuls of candy. But for families of loved ones with disabilities, traditional trick-or-treating…

Neighborhood Improvement works toward proactive approach 

Every day, Jim Barney tries to bring a positive attitude to work.   The Eagle Mountain City Neighborhood Improvement officer has been on the job since 2019 and has collected more than a few stories about helping…

Meta announces data center expansion, water conservation efforts

Friday morning, Meta announced the expansion of their Eagle Mountain Data Center, increasing their investment to over $1.5 billion. “We are thrilled to be expanding our presence in Utah,” said William Marks, Community Development Regional Manager…

The Eagle’s View – Sept. 2022

The September edition of The Eagle’s View is ready for your enjoyment. This month, we learn more about the extension of Airport Road, the migration patterns of hummingbirds, and preview the upcoming Bag the Leaf program.…

EM weather stations provide data for residents

Eagle Mountain has a unique climate as it’s tucked between two mountain ranges. The Ranches is the hilly section of Eagle Mountain and City Center is situated in a relatively flatter area, so weather between these…

Wildlife Expert: Resident involvement key to protecting native species

Eagle Mountain is home to a wide variety of plants and animals. Though the city is rapidly developing, there are many proposals designed to conserve and protect the Cedar Valley’s native species. Shon Reed, local wildlife…


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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
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