Unusual “souvenir” discovered in Cottonwood Heights

August 19, 2017 by  

A Cottonwood Heights collector found a peculiar item when he explored a box—a mortar shell from the Second World War, according to an article on the KSL.com website.

The shell was [Read more]

Butlerville Days coming to Cottonwood Heights

July 4, 2017 by  

One of Cottonwood Heights’ favorite celebrations, Butlerville Days, is almost here. The annual celebration pays tribute to the Butlers – one of the earliest families to settle in the region.

The two-day celebration is [Read more]

Zombies invade Cottonwood Heights

June 18, 2017 by  

Zombies invaded Cottonwood Heights this month, but they didn’t come lurching on foot; they rode in on bicycles. [Read more]

Cottonwood Heights prepares for summer festivities

May 5, 2017 by  

Cottonwood Heights was once known as Butlerville, and today’s city pays homage to its early days with the annual Butlerville Days celebration, which will [Read more]

Cottonwood Heights on lookout for artists

March 11, 2017 by  

Cottonwood Heights has a new public art project in the works, and is looking for artists to participate.

The city’s Arts Council needs artists who [Read more]

Citizens Academy offered in Cottonwood Heights

February 3, 2017 by  

The idea of letting citizens learn how the police operate is catching on across the country, resulting in a number of courses being offered. Now, Cottonwood Heights has joined the effort, and invites residents to attend a training course known as the ‘Citizens Police Academy’, starting later in [Read more]

Cottonwood Heights wins award

January 7, 2017 by  

Cottonwood Heights has been awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA), according to an article on the [Read more]

New homeowners to pay higher fee for trash cans

December 23, 2016 by  

According to an article in the Salt Lake Tribune, residents moving into newly-built homes in communities served by the Wasatch Front Waste and Recycling District, including Cottonwood Heights, will pay a [Read more]

Holladay schedules annual ‘Messiah’

November 9, 2016 by  

One of the most iconic pieces of Christmas music is the ‘Messiah’ by George Frederic Handel, and this year, for the 25th time, singers and musicians will perform the work in Holladay, about four miles from [Read more]

New Cottonwood Heights city hall now open

October 9, 2016 by  

Cottonwood Heights has a new city hall, and this was celebrated with an opening ceremony on September 29.

Residents, dignitaries, and [Read more]

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