EM City reassures public, makes water changes following resident outcry

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The test results have come back within state guidelines. On Feb. 27, Eagle Mountain City switched the City’s water source from Well #1 to Well #5, causing some residents to notice a difference in the scent and flavor profiles of their tap water. Eagle Mountain City utilizes several wells throughout the year as maintenance and… Read more »

John Hancock Charter School looks to fill need in Eagle Mountain

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Founded in Pleasant Grove more than 20 years ago, John Hancock Charter School says it prides itself on the ability to provide students with a unique educational experience. The charter school’s second campus is slated to open in Eagle Mountain in August, located at 2890 N Scarlet Road, according to Principal Julie Adamic. Adamic, who… Read more »

Solicited development services could lead to future downtown

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Eagle Mountain City is still in the early planning stages for a downtown area, but plans took a recent step forward. At the Feb. 21 Eagle Mountain City Council Meeting, City Economic Development Director Evan Berrett presented a bid award recommending that Downtown Redevelopment Services be awarded the ability to build concepts for a future… Read more »

Ladder sign improvements “labor of love” for Chamber of Commerce

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While traveling Eagle Mountain, residents may notice ladder signs advertising local businesses. These signs provide the local economy with accessible advertising in key locations to bring awareness and potentially boost revenue generation. For several years, about 20 signs were operated within Eagle Mountain city limits, according to Melissa Clark, president of the Eagle Mountain Chamber… Read more »

The Eagle’s View – Feb. 2023

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The February edition of The Eagle’s View is ready for your enjoyment. This month, we learn about the Great Horned Owl, a new landmark in the community and track the progress of new business development. Read here.

Further analysis prompts passage of EM Transportation Master Plan

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Eagle Mountain City has formally adopted a new Transportation Master Plan. In September, City staff presented the Transportation Master Plan to the Eagle Mountain City Council for discussion and approval. At both the September, and a subsequent October City Council meetings, the Council tabled the proposed Plan until further research could be conducted to study… Read more »

Winter reappears in Eagle Mountain

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After several mild winters with little snowfall, Eagle Mountain has experienced a plentiful winter. Current snowpack, as of today, from 8-20 inches was reported depending on the location and elevation, according to WeatherStreet.com. Living in a desert region, one might think that would mean dry and hot, but in the Cedar Valley, a rich array… Read more »

UCSO offers R.A.D. self-defense courses to Eagle Mountain residents

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The Utah County Sheriff’s Office Eagle Mountain division will be offering several RAD (Rape Aggression Defense) classes to residents free of charge in 2023.  RAD is a self-defense and empowerment program for women and children that teaches risk awareness, reduction and self-defense techniques, according to the Utah County Sheriff’s Office.   According to the Utah County… Read more »