About City of Cedar Hills
The word has certainly spread about what a great place Cedar Hills is to live!
The municipality of Cedar Hills was incorporated on November 2, 1977, and was classified by the State of Utah as a Town with a traditional form of government until 1999 when Cedar Hills received the classification of a City of the Third Class. (Classification is now fifth class, based on population between 1,000 and 10,000.)
Cedar Hills is approximately 10 miles from Interstate-15, making it a great location to live for those who work in either Utah or Salt Lake counties. The city is 16 miles from Provo and 33 miles from Salt Lake City.
In Cedar Hills, the quality of life is based upon an equal partnership between citizens, elected officials, and city employees. We strive to provide the highest level of service to the citizens of Cedar Hills within the policy limits and financial constraints established by the City Council and citizen input.
Cedar Hills is the perfect destination to access the picturesque mountains overlooking Utah Valley on one side and Heber Valley on the other. Located near the entrance to American Fork Canyon, Cedar Hills is the starting point for adventure and popular attractions such as Timpanogos Cave, Alpine Loop, and Tibble Fork Reservoir. Residents enjoy close access to the canyon for hiking, fishing, camping, horseback riding, ATVing, and more.