Cleanup underway following tumbleweed migration

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Over the weekend, Eagle Mountain faced an unexpected challenge as Russian Thistle, commonly known as tumbleweeds, inundated neighborhoods due to the relentless high winds on Saturday. Homeowners experienced hundreds of tumbleweeds piled up next to their residences in certain neighborhoods in Eagle Mountain. Eagle Mountain City has taken proactive measures by providing dumpsters at various… Read more »

The Eagle’s View – February 2024

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The February 2024 edition of the Eagle’s View Newsletter is here. In this issue, we learn about emergency preparedness, protected wildlife and water heater maintenance. Read here: https://bit.ly/3wLm0HO 

Spring Run Park experiencing temporary closure

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Spring Run Park in Eagle Mountain is set to undergo a temporary closure for 2-3 weeks starting Tuesday, Feb. 28.   The closure is essential for the installation of a concrete drive beneath the slide and upgrading the footing for improved equipment safety. Residents are advised that the Restricted Area will be clearly marked and… Read more »

Water service interruption Wednesday for Mountain Ash Way

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On Wednesday, Feb. 28, 16 homes on Mountain Ash Way, situated between Pony Express Parkway and Ruby Valley Drive in Eagle Mountain, will experience a temporary water service interruption. The disruption is scheduled from 9 a.m. until noon. This will allow the Eagle Mountain City Water Department to carry out essential maintenance work. Crews will… Read more »

Monday blasting scheduled at Lehi Peck Quarry

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Scheduled blasting is set to take place at Lehi Peck Quarry today between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. Residents of Eagle Mountain located in the vicinity of the quarry are advised to be aware of the event, as loud noises are expected during the blasting process. While safety measures are in place to minimize any… Read more »

EM City seeks resident input on use of HUD grant funds

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Eagle Mountain residents are being urged to voice their opinions on the allocation of over $200,000 in funds made available through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The Mountainland Association of Governments (MAG) is facilitating the survey as part of the fund allocation process, emphasizing the significance of resident feedback in shaping… Read more »

Repairs underway following water main break on Sparrowhawk

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UPDATE: On 1/31/24, a separate water main break has been identified in the same area. The same homes will be impacted with water service expected to be shut off mid-morning on Wednesday. Service is anticipated to return by 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday. Eagle Mountain City Water Department crews are actively addressing the situation on Sparrowhawk… Read more »

Scheduled water well changes soon in effect

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In an effort to ensure the continued reliability of its water supply, Eagle Mountain City is notifying residents of the potential for scheduled changes in its water well sourcing. Residents are advised that additional water wells may be activated to facilitate essential maintenance and scheduled repairs. This regular and scheduled initiative is crucial in upholding… Read more »