The September edition of The Eagle’s View is ready for your enjoyment. This month, we learn more about the extension of Airport Road, the migration patterns of hummingbirds, and preview the upcoming Bag the Leaf program. Read here.
Posts Tagged: conservation
Eagle Mountain is home to a wide variety of plants and animals. Though the city is rapidly developing, there are many proposals designed to conserve and protect the Cedar Valley’s native species. Shon Reed, local wildlife expert, explains how land development can affect wildlife populations if no preventative action is taken. “The biggest and most… Read more »
Fall temperatures have begun after a summer of successful water conservation. Eagle Mountain this year has reported relatively strong conservation numbers. The community saw a 12.46% decrease in water usage over the same period in 2021 (2nd quarter – April through June) and expect that the following quarter (July through September 2022) will show similar… Read more »
In late July, in coordination with Momentum Recycling, Eagle Mountain City unveiled a new glass recycling drop-off center in Cory Wride Park. If you’ve recently driven past the park, you may have noticed the new dumpster – it’s rather hard to miss. It’s painted with vibrant hues of blue, orange, and yellow, with silhouettes depicting… Read more »
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 »
Eagle Mountain City prides itself in its considering conservation and the preservation of wildlife in the City. Given Eagle Mountain’s relatively high growth in recent years – adding more than 1,500 residential housing permits and thousands of new residents every year, the City wanted to make good on its promise to keep an open feel… Read more »