The Eagle’s View – Nov. 2022

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The November edition of The Eagle’s View is ready for your enjoyment. This month, we learn more about holiday decorating safety and cover how local birds cache their seeds. Read here.

EM reports few accidents during Monday snowstorm

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Most of northern Utah saw its first winter storm Monday night with snow flurries beginning in the late-afternoon-to-early-evening hours. Motorists experienced severe traffic delays on Redwood Road and other major arterials beginning as early as 5 p.m. Dozens of Eagle Mountain residents reported commutes of two hours or longer from Salt Lake County to Eagle… Read more »

Eagle Mountain City again recognized for financial reporting

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The Government Finance Officers Association has named Eagle Mountain City a Triple Crown Winner in several financial reporting categories for Fiscal Year 2020. The City was recognized for Excellence in Financial Reporting, Popular Annual Financial Reporting and Distinguished Budget Presentation in a fiscal year. “Over the years, we’ve worked hard to ensure that Eagle Mountain… Read more »

City Council approves 10-year Strategic Plan

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The Eagle Mountain City Council voted to adopt a new 10-year Strategic Plan for Eagle Mountain City via resolution in November. The strategic plan, which drives the goals for the community over the next 10 years, was presented to councilmembers during their Nov. 15 meeting by City Economic Development Director Evan Berrett. “Municipal governments across… Read more »

City looks to future with economic development website upgrade

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Woman viewing the new Eagle Mountain Economic Development site on a desktop computer

Eagle Mountain City has large-scale goals around economic development. As part of these efforts, the City has recently implemented upgrades to the economic development resources available on www.eaglemountaincity.com. “Commercial development in Eagle Mountain is thriving in all regards,” says City Economic Development Director Evan Berrett. “Eagle Mountain is a great place to open and operate a… Read more »

Eagle Mountain Rodeo awarded “Best Rodeo of the Year”

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The Pony Express Rodeo in Eagle Mountain was recently awarded “Best Rodeo of the Year” in its state and category by the PRCA Wilderness Circuit. Each rodeo in the circuit falls into one of three classes: small, medium, or large, based on payout amounts from each rodeo. The Eagle Mountain Rodeo won “Best Rodeo of… Read more »

Power outage preparedness

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Power outages can happen unexpectedly and may impact not only the community, but the economy as well. Loss of power may disrupt communications, water supplies and transportation. Modern-day retail businesses rely on power to conduct business. If a gas station is affected by the outage, gas pumps will not operate, ATM’s will not work for… Read more »

Understanding snow formation

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Snowy Road

How does snow form? In the play “The King & I,” Anna Leonowens, a British tutor hired by King Mongkut of Siam to be his children’s schoolteacher, participates in the following conversation as she is conducting class: Crown Prince Chulalongkorn: “Snow? Snow? Spots of lace?” Anna: “Yes, Your Highness.” Crown Prince Chulalongkorn: “The water freezes… Read more »