Neighborhood Improvement works toward proactive approach 

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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 Eagle Mountain neighborhoods stay well-maintained.    “We work with all of them,” says Barney while referencing the subdivisions Eagle Mountain… Read more »

The Eagle’s View – Sept. 2022

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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. Read here.

Water main break a product of soil quality

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It’s Thursday morning in Eagle Mountain’s City Center. Back-up beepers from construction equipment can be heard for several blocks. On this first day of September with temperatures in the low 70s, four Eagle Mountain City Water Department employees find themselves loosely gathered around some dug out dirt on West Pinion Circle in The Landing subdivision…. Read more »

The Eagle’s View – August 2022

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The August edition of The Eagle’s View is ready for your enjoyment. This month, we learn about new glass recycling services, home fire prevention and continue providing information on emotional resilience and on-street parking. Read here.

Traffic safety, proper reporting channels encouraged in EM

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Eagle Mountain City is encouraging residents to stay mindful of traffic safety during the remainder of the summer months. According to data, the period between Memorial Day and Labor day account for the 100 deadliest days on Utah roads. Year-to-date data indicate that 169 fatalities have occurred on Utah roads as of July 18. Trends… Read more »

Water conservation page updated to help resident decision-making

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Eagle Mountain City is recommending residents irrigate their lawns in alignment with state recommendations. Currently the City is recommending watering your lawn three times per week. This recommendation is created from moisture in the forecast and prevailing temperatures. Eagle Mountain wants residents to be able to manage their lawns with the best information. Recently, the… Read more »

New City events page adds convenience for residents

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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 as Pony Express Days, Christmas Village, or the Turkey Trot. It also increases convenience by allowing residents to add… Read more »

EM wildlife biologist weighs conservation in development decisions

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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 protection of wildlife. This new position is unique in the state of Utah and is designed to help facilitate… Read more »

OHV season prompts safety reminders

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Many public areas around Eagle Mountain are a great place to ride Off-Highway Vehicles (OHVs). These areas are part of what make Eagle Mountain a fun and unique place to live. Staying safe with your OHV is not only important for keeping the community attractive, but it’s also important for the safety of the individuals… Read more »

2022 events schedule provides fun for families

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Eagle Mountain City has a full schedule of events for 2022. Events begin in April of this year and carry through the City’s Christmas Village celebration. Residents can keep up-to-date with City events by referencing the City’s calendar, or by following us on social media. Updates are regularly provided for changes to event times and… Read more »