EM reports few accidents during Monday snowstorm

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Most of northern Utah saw its first winter storm Monday night with snow flurries beginning in the late-afternoon-to-early-evening hours. Motorists experienced severe traffic delays on Redwood Road and other major arterials beginning as early as 5 p.m. Dozens of Eagle Mountain residents reported commutes of two hours or longer from Salt Lake County to Eagle… Read more »

Eagle Mountain Rodeo awarded “Best Rodeo of the Year”

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The Pony Express Rodeo in Eagle Mountain was recently awarded “Best Rodeo of the Year” in its state and category by the PRCA Wilderness Circuit. Each rodeo in the circuit falls into one of three classes: small, medium, or large, based on payout amounts from each rodeo. The Eagle Mountain Rodeo won “Best Rodeo of… Read more »

Fall lawn fertilizing may cause environmental impact

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Eagle Mountain residents are asked to stop fertilizing their lawns beginning Nov. 15 and not resume fertilizing until March 1. Larry Diamond, storm drain supervisor for Eagle Mountain City, explains the dangers of fertilizing lawns during this time of year. “The lawn is not going to use the fertilizer,” says Diamond of the cold weather… Read more »

Sheriff’s Office explains speeding enforcement in EM

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The Utah County Sheriff’s Office Eagle Mountain division wants residents to have the information necessary to understand traffic and speeding enforcement. Eagle Mountain City perennially contracts its law enforcement services through the Sheriff’s Office. This is done to improve efficiency and for a cost savings to Eagle Mountain residents. Sgt. Spencer Cannon, public information officer… Read more »

TMP reviewed by council, additional research underway

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Eagle Mountain’s proposed Transportation Master Plan will be receiving some additional research and consideration prior to final approval. During their Sept. 20 meeting, the Eagle Mountain City Council moved to table the Transportation Master Plan after concerns were voiced both by residents and council members on several key aspects of the plan. Once adopted, The… Read more »

Sheriff’s Office in EM provides Halloween safety tips

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Decorative pumpkin jar full of halloween candy

Halloween is right around the corner, which means soon the streets of Eagle Mountain will be filled with superheroes, princesses and spooky monsters. Trick-or-treating is an exciting time for everyone on Halloween, but it’s important to remember certain tips to make sure everyone has a safe and enjoyable time. Chief Deputy Eric McDowell with the… Read more »

Touch-a-truck event gives kids close look at City utility vehicles

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For kids who love big trucks and other service vehicles, the Touch-a-Truck event hosted by Eagle Mountain City’s Public Library was an unforgettable experience. The Touch-a-Truck event took place on Oct. 6 and featured all the big utility vehicles from the City’s Streets Department. “They had all of the trucks for the streets,” said Mandy… Read more »