Public Notice: Town Council Vacancy

town-winterA vacancy exists on the Town Council. Anyone interested in the position must submit a short letter, by December 16, indicating a desire to be considered for the position.
Mail to:
Vonda Cook
Town of Cedar Fort
PO Box 389, Cedar Fort UT 84013.

The appointment of the new Council member will be made at the December Town Council meeting Tuesday, December 20th 2016 at 7:00 P.M.



Official Document

Eagle Mountain Offers Library Services to Cedar Fort

The Eagle Mountain Library is offering FREE access to residents of the Cedar Valley. We are doing so to share resources that residents of this area may not have access to.generations_cf

This will include the following:

  1. Current library materials (in-house) – library books, audio books, DVD’s
    Library books and audio materials are checked out for 3 weeks, DVD’s for one week. There is no charge to borrow any items.
  2. Online Databases
    1. Law Depot: an online portal with unlimited access to thousands of legal forms across all categories, including Real Estate, Business, Human Resources, Family, and more.
    2. Universal Class: an online learning portal with over 500 non-credit continuing education courses
    3. Rocket Languages: an online language learning portal with over 14 language learning opportunities ranging from ESL to Spanish, to Sign Language
    4. Access to online Driver’s Permit practice tests
  3. The North Utah County Library Cooperative- this is an agreement between the following libraries: Eagle Mountain, Saratoga Springs, Lehi, American Fork, Pleasant Grove and Highland. Since Utah County does NOT have a county-wide system we have all agreed to “share” resources. This means that a member of any of these libraries has access to any of the others at NO COST. They must be in good standing at their main library. Items borrowed from any of the libraries must be returned to the library borrowed from. There is NO courier service.

ALERT – Emergency Water Shut-off Notice

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The emergency shutoff is for Today, Friday 5 August 2016
The Town is upgrading the water system and installing new PRV valves. We had notified residents in the immediate area of the first PRV at 200 North, but were unable to isolate the area. As a result, we were forced to shut off the entire town. The water should be back on by end of day. We apologize for the unforeseen problem and short notice.
Cedar Fort Town Council

Potential Water Service Interruption 8 August 2016

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The Town is upgrading the water system and installing new PRV valves. We have, and will, notified residents in the immediate area of each PRV (the 5 PRV valves are located between 100 and 200 east on each east-west street). We anticipated that the 200 North PRV area could be isolated, but we were unsuccessful and as a result, we had to turn off the entire town to complete that first PRV. The next 4 PRV valves will be installed (one each day) beginning on Monday, August 8, 2016 at approximately 9 AM. Once again, we anticipate being able to isolate the area near each of the new PRV installations, but if we are unsuccessful, we will need to shut off the entire town. We apologize for any unforeseen problem and short notice and appreciate your patience and cooperation.
Cedar Fort Town Council

Public Notice: Proposed Annexation

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

Cedar Fort Releases Celebration Schedule

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.

Public Service Announcement from the Housing Authority of Utah County

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, You may also pick up an application at our office at 240 East Center Street, Provo, Utah.

Weatherization Program

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, 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