Belle Street closure disrupts traffic 

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Belle Street in Eagle Mountain is facing closures affecting some motorists.  The closure, set to last until the end of the day Friday, is due to sewer infrastructure work at the school site. While the northern stretch will open from Arrival to the county road post-Friday, the southern segment towards SR-73 will stay closed until… Read more »

UDOT showcases major Utah County road projects

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As road infrastructure continues across Utah County, the Utah Department of Transportation is sharing their major construction projects in 2024. For Eagle Mountain residents, many of these projects could potentially impact their commute times. With over 34 projects underway in Region Three alone, it’s crucial for residents to understand how these developments will shape their… Read more »

Monarch conservation efforts to begin at City Hall

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Eagle Mountain City continues to support its landscape and wildlife conservation efforts. Work will soon be underway to implement initiatives aimed at reducing water usage and promoting pollinator habitats, particularly for the monarch butterfly population. The City is set to change some of the vegetation around City Hall to serve as a model for water-efficient… Read more »

Eagle Mountain gears up for Spring Community Clean-up

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Now is the time for Eagle Mountain residents to do a little spring cleaning. The annual Spring Community Clean-up, is scheduled kick off at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 17, and will continue until 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 24. The Spring Community Clean-up will be hosted at Cory Wride Memorial Park. Residents can take… Read more »

Participate in Utah Shakeout on April 18

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The 2024 statewide Utah ShakeOut is on April 18. Utahns can participate in earthquake drills at work, school, or home –practicing earthquake safety and other aspects of their emergency plans. Every citizens can be better prepared for major earthquakes, and practice how to protect ourselves when they happen. The purpose of the ShakeOut is to help people… Read more »

Community invited to participate in City Nature Challenge

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This year marks the third year Eagle Mountain City has officially participated in Utah’s Wasatch City Nature Challenge. The event days are April 26-29 and this challenge comprises the areas of Box Elder, Cache, Davis, Salt Lake, Summit, Utah and Wasatch counties. This event allows anyone to participate in observing, recording and documenting any plants,… Read more »

Belle St. traffic potentially impacted by sewer work

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Work to install a new sewer main up to the site of the new middle school in Eagle Mountain will be impacting traffic on Belle Street later this week (March 29, 2024). Beginning Friday morning, Belle Street between W Cedar Fort Rd. and Abigail Ln. will have flaggers in place to direct traffic for the… Read more »

Lehi Peck Quarry scheduled for blasting on Wednesday

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Eagle Mountain residents located near Lehi Peck Quarry are advised of scheduled blasting today from 3-5 p.m. Residents can expect loud noises in the vicinity of the quarry during those hours. Eagle Mountain City affirms that the quarry blasting adheres to certain decibel standards outlined in City Code. While the blasts are necessary for quarry… Read more »