Scheduled maintenance could impact water pressure in Silverlake

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Eagle Mountain City’s Water department has announced scheduled maintenance on Wednesday, March 27 on the pressure regulating valve (PRV) servicing the Silverlake subdivision. Set for 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the maintenance aims to optimize water system performance. While no water service disruptions are anticipated, approximately 150 homes may encounter reduced water pressure during the… Read more »

Eagle Mountain City remembers the life of Karen Crowther

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Eagle Mountain City is mourning the death of Karen Crowther, who passed away on Tuesday, March 19 at the age of 60. Karen served as a school crossing guard and will be remembered by all for her warmth, kindness, authentic compassion and concern for others. Service details can be found here.

Another controlled tumbleweed burn planned for Monday

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In a collaborative effort, Unified Fire Authority and the Eagle Mountain City Streets Department have coordinated plans for a controlled burn scheduled for Monday, March 18. The burn aims to address the accumulation of tumbleweeds along Eagle Mountain Blvd., specifically in the vicinity of Carriage Hill Dr. Beginning at 8 a.m., this scheduled operation is… Read more »

Sparrowhawk water main break affects 30 homes

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Eagle Mountain residents on Sparrowhawk Way, between Snowy Owl Rd. and Barn Owl Way, are facing a temporary water outage due to a water main break. Approximately 30 homes will be without water service for the next 15 hours, according to the City’s Water Department. Crews are currently working to make an assessment and anticipate… Read more »

UDOT aims to improve commute with signal timing adjustments

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In a move aimed at improving the morning commute experience for residents of Eagle Mountain and neighboring communities, the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) has announced upcoming traffic signal timing adjustments on major roadways. The affected routes include 2100 North, Pioneer Crossing and Redwood Road, which are frequently used by Eagle Mountain residents during their… Read more »

Traffic signal coming to EM Blvd. and SR-73 intersection

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The Utah Department of Transportation is slated to install a traffic signal at the intersection of Eagle Mountain Boulevard and SR-73 in early 2025. Following a traffic signal warrant study, UDOT determined that the intersection meets more than three of the seven criteria necessary for a signal light to be installed. Changes to this intersection… Read more »

Controlled burn announced following tumbleweed migration

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The Unified Fire Authority and the Eagle Mountain City Streets Department have announced plans for a controlled burn on Monday, March 11. The burn is aimed at disposing tumbleweeds along Eagle Mountain Blvd. in the area of Carriage Hill Dr. This scheduled burn is set to begin at 10 a.m., and will continue until 5… Read more »

Vandalism causes 1-week closure of Nolan Park bathrooms

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The Nolan Park bathrooms will be closed for the next week following more than one incident of property damage in the area. Eagle Mountain’s Parks Department made the decision to close the facilities on Wednesday, March 6 after responding to reports of both graffiti and vandalism in the park’s bathrooms. The City’s Parks Department has… Read more »

Stop the Bleed classes offered in March

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Whose life could you save? Stop the Bleed classes will be offered Wednesday, March 27 at 7:00 p.m. and 8:05 p.m. Learn to save a life by registering below: Session #1 (7:00 p.m.): Session #2 (8:05 p.m.): All classes are free of charge and limited to a size of 10 participants. Must be… Read more »