Fireworks Restrictions Map in effect for 2024

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Maintaining wildfire prevention and safety efforts will continue during Independence Day and Pioneer Day in Eagle Mountain. Eagle Mountain City Council approved a new Fireworks Restrictions Map for 2024 earlier this year. The map identifies specific areas where fireworks are prohibited to enhance public safety and prevent wildfires. The online map tool, provided by the… Read more »

Pony Express Days 2024 brings fun for the whole family

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Eagle Mountain City’s ultimate summer celebration begins today. Promising more than a week of family fun, thrilling events and unforgettable memories, Pony Express days will run from May 29- June 8. “Family Fun Night is one of my favorite events of the year,” says Dawn Hancock, events manager with Eagle Mountain City. “It’s incredibly rewarding… Read more »

Lehi Peck quarry conducts blasting on Wednesday

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The Lehi Peck quarry will conduct blasting operations on May 29 between 3-5 p.m. Nearby residents may hear loud noises during this period. Additionally, traffic on SR-73 could experience delays as measures are taken to ensure safety around the blast schedule. Authorities advise drivers to plan accordingly and residents to remain aware of the potential… Read more »

Splash pads set to open Memorial Day weekend

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Just in time for Memorial Day weekend, Eagle Mountain is excited to announce the opening of the City’s splash pads, providing fun for families and children in the community. The splash pads will officially open on Saturday and are located at Wride Memorial Park and Nolen Park. The Wride Memorial Park Splash Pad, situated at… Read more »

Federal recognition of wildlife corridor enhances conservation efforts

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In a significant development for Eagle Mountain, the Federal Coordinating Committee (FCC) has bestowed federal recognition upon the Great Salt Lake Sentinel Landscape, which includes the Eagle Mountain Wildlife Corridor. The committee is formed through a joint effort of the United States Department of Agriculture, the National Forest Service, the Department of Defense and the… Read more »

Minor EM Blvd. roundabout work temporarily adjusts traffic

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Motorists should be aware of minor adjustments in the traffic pattern on the roundabout at Pony Express Pkwy. and Eagle Mountain Blvd. on Wednesday, May 15. Work to fill cores in the area resulting from fiber installation will be filled. Repairs will take place between 10:30 and Noon and the roadway will fully re-open to… Read more »