EM City Council honors local firefighters following weekend blaze

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The Eagle Mountain City Council took a moment during their meeting on Tuesday, May 7 to give a well-deserved nod to the Unified Fire Authority (UFA) firefighters. Firefighters were recognized for their work tackling a house fire that broke out in the early hours on Sunday. The fire, which started around 1:30 a.m., tore through… Read more »

Work begins to install monarch habitats at City Hall

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The installation of Monarch butterfly habitat at Eagle Mountain City Hall is now underway. “We are looking for areas in and around the city where we have grass that doesn’t offer much then green grass, we are going to replace our thirsty Kentucky blue grass with small a variety of native wildflowers where we can… Read more »

Sewer trench work affecting Airport Rd. begins Tuesday

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On Tuesday, May 7, repairs will commence on a sewer trench along Airport Rd. Preparatory work initiates the operation, with pavement restoration scheduled for completion by Friday. Minimal disruption is expected for Airport Road traffic. However, motorists in Sage Valley at E. Cres Loop will be rerouted to facilitate the repairs. Commuters in the area… Read more »

Utility work anticipated to impact EM Blvd. traffic

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Utility construction near Brylee Farms North subdivision in Eagle Mountain is scheduled from May 6-11, starting at 7 a.m. on Eagle Mountain Blvd. and Desert Willow Dr.. Minimal traffic impact expected, but reduced speeds advised. Residents urged to plan accordingly. Stay updated for any changes in construction schedule.

Digital Navigator’s Program launches in Eagle Mountain

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Comcast and the Eagle Mountain Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Eagle Mountain Public Library, have announced the opening of the new Digital Navigator’s Program in Eagle Mountain. The collaborative effort aims to bridge the digital divide and open opportunities for seniors toconnect via the Internet with their families, access essential services, and engage… Read more »

Eagle Mountain ranks #12 in Best Places to Start a Business

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A recent report by WalletHub has positioned Eagle Mountain, Utah, as the 12th best city in the nation to kickstart a business venture. The study, which evaluated over 1,300 small cities across the United States with populations ranging from 25,000 to 100,000 residents, identified Eagle Mountain among the top 30 optimal locations for entrepreneurial endeavors…. Read more »