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 »

City scrutinizes water meter readings to ensure accuracy 

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Eagle Mountain City has been working to find solutions to supply chain issues related to water meter transmitters.   The devices, used to digitally capture water utility usage in the city, can malfunction due to construction, soil acidity and the age of the device.   “We obviously don’t want any broken transmitters,” says Eagle Mountain Utilities Manager… Read more »

Fall lawn fertilizing may cause environmental impact

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Eagle Mountain residents are asked to stop fertilizing their lawns beginning Nov. 15 and not resume fertilizing until March 1. Larry Diamond, storm drain supervisor for Eagle Mountain City, explains the dangers of fertilizing lawns during this time of year. “The lawn is not going to use the fertilizer,” says Diamond of the cold weather… 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 three times per week. 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. Recently, the… Read more »