The Eagle’s View – June 2022

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The June edition of The Eagle’s View is now ready for your enjoyment. This month, we hear more about mental health, steps to take when washing your car, and learn about camp fire safety. Read Here

Fireworks Restrictions 2022

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A fireworks restriction map for 2022 covering the July 4th and 24th holidays was approved by Eagle Mountain City in April. Please see the maps included here for more information on restricted areas.In addition to the adopted maps, in fireworks-restricted areas, Eagle Mountain City may approve a City-owned park as an alternate fireworks discharge location…. Read more »

CDC approves vaccine for everyone 6 months and older

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Updated 06/20/22 What You Need to Know CDC recommends everyone ages 6 months and older get vaccinated against COVID-19. Everyone 5 years and older should also get a COVID-19 booster, if eligible. More information on children & teens receiving the COVID-19 vaccine can be found on the CDC COVID-19 website. Children and Teens Who Have Already Had… Read more »

Water conservation page updated to help resident decision-making

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Eagle Mountain City is recommending residents irrigate their lawns in alignment with state recommendations. Currently the City is recommending watering your lawn once per week in Utah County. This recommendation is created from moisture in the forecast and prevailing temperatures. Eagle Mountain wants residents to be able to manage their lawns with the best information…. Read more »

New City events page adds convenience for residents

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Eagle Mountain City has added new features and additional information for the events it hosts throughout the year to its website. The newly revised events page allows residents to retrieve better information for major events such as Pony Express Days, Christmas Village, or the Turkey Trot. It also increases convenience by allowing residents to add… Read more »

EM wildlife biologist weighs conservation in development decisions

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Eagle Mountain City announced its plans to hire a Wildlife Biologist and Environmental Planner in March. The City, in cooperation with local wildlife advocates, is placing greater emphasis on the conservation of open spaces and the protection of wildlife. This new position is unique in the state of Utah and is designed to help facilitate… Read more »

Tumbleweed Cleanup

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Windy conditions may have landed tumbleweeds on your property.  Disposing of them can be quite an undertaking. Here are a few reminders: Residents have several options for removal, including: -Flattening the tumbleweeds and disposing of them at a local landfill (the City provides two free dump passes per year available at Eagle Mountain City Hall)… Read more »

OHV season prompts safety reminders

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Many public areas around Eagle Mountain are a great place to ride Off-Highway Vehicles (OHVs). These areas are part of what make Eagle Mountain a fun and unique place to live. Staying safe with your OHV is not only important for keeping the community attractive, but it’s also important for the safety of the individuals… Read more »

2022 events schedule provides fun for families

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Eagle Mountain City has a full schedule of events for 2022. Events begin in April of this year and carry through the City’s Christmas Village celebration. Residents can keep up-to-date with City events by referencing the City’s calendar, or by following us on social media. Updates are regularly provided for changes to event times and… Read more »