With Eagle Mountain City in the Yellow Phase of COVID-19 response, city offices are open to the public regular hours (7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday). The Senior Center will remain closed until further notice. We ask all who visit city buildings to wear a mask. If you do not have one, we can provide one for you. Social distancing measures will be in place. We encourage business to continue to be conducted online or by phone as much as possible. More details. Department Contact List
We can help you set up a safety/watch program in your neighborhood. We can also come out to your neighborhood and do presentations on whatever topic you need addressed, including but not limited to; setting up a program in your neighborhood, signs of drug use, bullying, suicide prevention, self-defense, social media concerns, crime prevention, and home safety.
The Utah County Sheriff’s Office is a proud sponsor of the Volunteers in Police Service, a nationally recognized program which is committed to developing a spirit of cooperation and partnership with the community. In conjunction with the Utah County Sheriff’s Jeep Patrol we recruit, train, and retain talented volunteers who will be encouraged to participate in meaningful community safety, security, and service programs, in addition to emergency response situations.
These programs help make your neighborhood a safer environment. Benefits of these sorts of programs include increased emergency preparedness, reduced crime, getting to know your neighbors and community issues, getting to work with law enforcement to prevent crime, peace of mind, and a quicker response time in emergencies. To become involved in your Neighborhood Watch or Community Safety Team, call the Utah County Sheriff’s Office – Eagle Mountain Division at (801) 789-6701.
Volunteers are trained to help communities mitigate disasters during the first 72 hours following a disaster when damaged roads, disrupted communications, high telephone call volume, etc., may restrict access by professional emergency response teams. The purpose of CERT training is to provide citizens with the basic skills that they will need to handle virtually all of their own needs and then to respond to their community’s needs in the aftermath of a disaster. CERT training in Eagle Mountain is provided by Unified Fire Authority.
We offer this program 2-3 times per year. It is a self-defense empowerment program for women ages 13 and up. It helps to have teenage girls take this class with their mothers because of the mature subjects taught. We teach awareness, reduction and self-defense techniques. The program is 15 hours. This class fills up quickly so if interested, contact us to get on the list.
This is a class we help run in our elementary schools. We rely on the help of volunteers that teach children in the schools. If interested in becoming an instructor, meet with us and if you qualify, your tuition for the class will be paid for.
We offer a two hour presentation for teenagers that covers drug use, social media concerns, and modern day challenges. Additionally we offer a two hour presentation specifically for teenage females, typically aged 12-18 that covers dating issues, rape prevention strategies, awareness, and other challenges.
We offer a two hour presentation for adult women that covers awareness, home safety, rape prevention strategies, and crime prevention.
We offer a class on fingerprinting and basic crime prevention. As part of the class we teach the boys how to collect a set of fingerprints.
We offer a class on crime prevention following the requirements for the merit badge.