Wildfire risk prompts fireworks restrictions

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Given persistent dry conditions, high winds, warmer temperatures and limited water resources, the Eagle Mountain City Council tonight (6/15) approved a resolution prohibiting fireworks in Eagle Mountain during the July 4 and July 24 (Pioneer Day) holiday celebrations. The City Council further restricted open flame fires in undeveloped areas. This decision puts Eagle Mountain in… Read more »

The Eagle’s View-May, 2021

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Eagle Mountain’s May Newsletter is ready for your enjoyment. We have information about Mountain View Corridor, Trail Therapy, rodenticides, and more.  Read here 

Pony Express Parkway Closure

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We have new and updated information regarding the closure of Pony Express Parkway. Following conversations with the construction company, the road closure date has been moved and will begin on Tuesday, June 1. Construction will be taking place in the southbound lanes between Aviator and Eagle Mountain Blvd and will continue for 4-6 weeks as… Read more »

Utah drought prompts water conservation resources

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Eagle Mountain City is encouraging residents to manage their lawn watering schedule. More than 60% of the City’s water usage is used on outdoor watering. For more information about Utah’s drought conditions, visit our Water Conservation page here.

Senior Meals

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We are excited to announce Senior Meals will start back in person on May 12. Drive up pickup will still be available as well. Request meals by emailing seniorcenter@emcity.org or calling the senior center, 801-789-6660.

The Eagle’s View – April, 2021

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The Eagle’s View city newsletter for April is ready for your enjoyment. In this issue, Mayor Westmoreland discusses upcoming road projects, plus info on water conservation, deer migration and more. Read here

Eagle Mountain honored as Tree City USA

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Eagle Mountain City has been named a 2020 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation. The City joins 3,600 other communities across the country that have brought attention to the importance of planting trees in neighborhoods and around businesses. The Arbor Day Foundation says trees are vital to combat air quality and water resource… Read more »

COVID-19 Updates

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5/13/21 Vaccine eligibility is open to all Utahns ages 12+. If you are 12 to 17 years old, you can only receive the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. Visit vaccinefinder.org http://vaccinefinder.org/ to find a location that offers the Pfizer vaccine. As more people get vaccinated, it increases health protection for everyone and will help things get back to… Read more »

Utility Bill Pay Reminders

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With so many new residents, the Utility Billing Department has been seeing a lot of similar cases and questions regarding residents’ utility bills. To help you avoid fees and penalties, Utility Billing would like to remind residents of the following: The utility bill is posted by the 10th of each month and the payment is… Read more »

Talking Up Eagle Mountain Podcasts

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Eagle Mountain City has a weekly podcast called Talking Up Eagle Mountain where a variety of topics related to Eagle Mountain government, services, programs, and goals are discussed in a panel format. The podcast is available on several platforms, including Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Anchor, and more. Episodes will be posted below as… Read more »