Town of Cedar Fort is seeking bids for the 100 West Water Line and PRV Project.
Bids will be accepted until 11 a.m. November 26, 2013 at J-U-B Engineers (240 W. Center, Ste. 200, Orem, UT 84057) at which time the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud.
Prospective bidders are encouraged to attend the pre-bid conference at the above location on November 8, 2013 at 11 a.m.
Request for Bid Notice details here
Download specific bid details in PDF format
The Town Council is seeking public input to help shape our July 24th Town Celebration for 2014. Click on the link below to view the proposed schedule and then email the town council or send your suggestions via the form on our contact page.
Download Proposed Schedule
Fairfield town is throwing an end of summer party this Friday. The Party starts at 7pm with food and Music with Payson’s Trailer Park Rebels jamming with a backdrop of Fireworks.
Come on out and support the local community and get some great food and hear some awesome local musicians.
See below for details…
WM Offers Road Safety Tips this Back to School Season
At this time of year, there are two vehicles the average driver works around on the roadways: a school bus and a garbage truck. Both tend to slow traffic while they perform their necessary duties and both are at risk of accidents if drivers are distracted.
Every year during “Back to School” season, Waste Management retrains and reminds employees that as professional drivers, the community they serve depends on them to help maintain a safe environment for students traveling to and from school.
“As a company sharing the same roadways with our community, we believe it is our responsibility to promote safety not only to our drivers but our customers too,” said Scott Bradley, Four Corners Area Vice President of Waste Management. “We would like to pass along the same driving tips to help promote a safe Back to School season.” Continue reading
Get ready to dance under the stars to the sounds of Charley Jenkins.
Charley Jenkins is headed back to Cedar Fort to perform on the Cedar Fort Town Park Lawn at 8pm this Friday, August 16th, 2013.
His last attempt to play Cedar Fort was for the July 24th celebration and was rescheduled due to inclement weather. Don’t miss out this time.
Tickets* are $6 and can be purchased at the Country Store or at the gate.
*If you chose a refund after the cancelled show you will need to repurchase tickets. For those that chose wristbands in lieu of a refund; Those wristbands will be your ticket to this Friday’s show.
I hope to see you all there.
What a great day to be in Cedar Fort. There was fun to be had by all as the town came out in stellar fashion to celebrate the anniversary of the arrival of pioneers to the territory that would eventually be the State of Utah.
July 24, 1847 was the day that the Mormon Pioneers arrived in Salt Lake Valley through Emigration Canyon.
A few short years later, in October 1852, Alfred Bell entered Cedar Valley in search of pasture land for cattle. Discovering abundant pasture and small streams here he soon turned his cattle into the valley.
In November of the same year, Brigham Young sent Eli Bennett, Clayborne Thomas and Allen Weeks to settle Cedar Valley.
Although the Town of Cedar Fort was not officially designated until 1875 our humble beginnings stemmed from those early days in November 1852.
161 years later our town enthusiastically celebrate our founder’s day with a parade, rodeo and other activities.
I hope everyone had a fun and safe day.
Below are a few of my favorite photos from all of this years events.
More photos will be added to the Media Gallery shortly.
The annual tradition continued this year as the residents of Cedar Fort came out to participate in the town wide water fight.
Due to weather conditions the Charley Jenkins Concert has been rescheduled for Friday August 16th at 8pm on the school lawn.
Storm clouds gathered and threatened but in the end it was a successful and dry event.
Photos from the event;
You can see all the photos from the event on the Media Page.
Don’t miss the Kid’s Rodeo on the 24th of July at the rodeo grounds. You can come and watch OR enter to compete. Get your entry for here.
Utah Department of Transportation donated flood barriers to the Town of Cedar Fort for use in flood protection.
The surplus, obsolete, Jersey barriers have found new life as flood barriers to protect our Town Park.
As many of you may recall the park has been washed away on a number of occasions in the past, during spring run-off and in flash flooding situations. The new barriers are designed to divert flood waters away from areas in the park that are susceptible to erosion during flooding and will protect the park’s future.