The Town of Cedar Fort approved a petition for annexation by resolution on December 22, 2015. Notice of the proposed annexation was sent to affected entities, the annexation participants, and adjoining land owners. This notice is given in lieu of publication in a newspaper as there is no newspaper of general circulation in Cedar Fort.
Proposed annexation area is: South-west quarter section of Section 28, T5S, R2W
More details can be found in the 2016 Proposed Annexation Notice
The Town of Cedar Fort released the schedule for the Annual July 24th Celebration today.
The celebration begins on Sunday July 19th this year, with the Free Concert in the Park.
Other activities include the community baseball game on the 20th, and the annual town-wide water-fight on the 23rd.
The 5-day celebration culminates on Friday the 24th with an entire day of festivities planned starting with the Chuck Wagon Breakfast, including the parade, carnival, kids rodeo and dance in the park under the stars.
For all the details download the schedule here today.
Special Public Budget Hearing
Prior to the Town Council Meeting, Cedar Fort will hold a public hearing regarding the tentative 2015-2016 Budget. Public comment is welcome.
Hearing will be held at the Town Hall
Tuesday, June 23, 2014 at 7:00 PM
50 East Center ST, Cedar Fort, Utah
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PSA: Two New Programs from Housing Authority of Utah County
Home Rehabilitation Program
Need to make home improvements? The Housing Authority of Utah County offers low interest rehabilitation loans to qualified homeowners. The primary purpose of this program / loan is to help citizens live in safe and adequate housing. Loans can be used for roofing, plumbing, electrical, energy improvements, and code violations. Loans are available for Utah, Wasatch, Summit and Tooele Counties. For more information on this program, please contact Eric Jorgensen (801) 373-8333 ext. 307, or visit our web site, www.housinguc.org. You may also pick up an application at our office at 240 East Center Street, Provo, Utah.
This program is designed for low income families who need to have their homes weatherized. This program is multi-faceted in that helps clients with energy education, practical experience, indoor air quality, combustion safety, increased energy efficiency, and the physical comforts of a fully weatherized home. Weatherization repairs may include wall, floor, ceiling and duct insulation; windows, caulking, door repair or replacement, weather-stripping, furnace tune-up and repairs, and carbon monoxide testing. For more information on this program, please contact Sharosky Dalmasi at (801) 344-5184 ext. 300 or visit our web site, www.housinguc.org. You may also pick up an application at our office at 257 East Center Street, Provo, Utah.
Also Cedar Fort posts cemetery watering schedule in the Ordinance & Policy Documents section
Town of Cedar Fort has added a Policy & Ordinance section to the Council Meetings & Documents page.
The new section is provided to answer any questions you may have regarding Ordinances and Policies enforced in the Town of Cedar Fort.
You will find the Cemetery Policy to begin with, but more Town Policies and Ordinances will be added as they are converted to digital form from the Town records.
So watch this space for announcements as more are added.
Cemetery Policy PDF
As required by State Code, The Town of Cedar Fort is hereby publishing this
Notice of Election
Cedar Fort will hold a municipal election in November 2015 to fill the following vacancies on the Town Council:
- Councilman – 4 year term (beginning January 2016)
- Councilman – 4-year term (beginning January 2016)
Dates for filing a Declaration of Candidacy are
June 1 – June 7, 2015
Forms and information on eligibility and residency requirements can be obtained from the Town Recorder, Vonda Cook at, Tel. 801-518-2963, at that time.
Posted to Town website – www.townofcedarfort.com on Sunday, 26 January at 6:30 PM
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The Town of Cedar Fort has released the 2014 July 24th Celebration Schedule.
Download the schedule
||Cedar Valley Pageant & Potluck Dinner
||Concert in the Park
||Community Baseball Game
||Pick the Lucky Square
||Annaul Town Wide Water Fight
||Chuck Wagon Breakfast
||6:30 AM – 9 AM
||Parade – Theme: What do you do in the summer time?
||Carnival – Purchase Lucky Balls
||Noon – 3 PM
||Kids Rodeo & Lucky Ball Toss (Admission $5.00)
||Sons & Daughters of Cedar Valley Museum & History Center
||10 AM – 3 PM
||Special Drawing: Enter to win a Mary Ann Judd, Cedar Fort Landmark Painting
Pride of Liberty Place
Due to extremely dry conditions in the region;
The Town of Cedar Fort has enacted an ordinance – and
PROVISIONS of the ORDINANCE are EFFECTIVE: 1 JULY 2014 – ending 31 OCTOBER 2014
Banning the use of all fireworks, firearms, and open fires in the Town of Cedar Fort and incorporated town limits.
It is unlawful for any person to:
- Discharge any fireworks or firearms within the Town limits
- Smoke outside an enclosed vehicle or building except where there is clear ground for three feet.
- Have an open fire except a campfire in an improved location at a house.
In case you haven’t heard the State of Utah is seeking public input on the subject of time. Specifically Daylight Savings Time.
You can have your say about whether Utah continues to adjust the time in line with the nation or if we follow the lead of other states such as Arizona and Hawaii and “opt-out” of Daylight Savings.
You may participate in the study by visiting the Utah Daylight Savings Time Survey webpage and answering a few simple questions. You may even leave comments supporting your reasoning in the comments section of the survey and below in our comments.
If you want to learn a little more about Daylight Savings before taking the survey, you can visit here