Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Cities Like Eagle Mountain Feel Gas Pinch

Cities all over the Wasatch Front are looking for ways to go green on their city vehicles.

Has your budget felt the gas pinch yet? If so, is it time to give up that SUV?

Thursday, May 22, 2008

Eagle Mountain Driveways Falling Apart

KSL-TV broke a story on crumbling driveways in Richmond American Home communities.

I have reason to believe that Richmond American homes aren't the only ones with crumbling driveways.

I've seen crumbling driveways in sub-divisions all over Eagle Mountain.

How is your driveway holding up?

Friday, May 16, 2008

Backflow Valve Preventors in Eagle Mountain

Anyone else out there think that backflow valve preventors are a joke?

Friday, May 2, 2008

New Grocery Gets Name

The grocery store coming to Eagle Mountain will be called Coop's Market.

Thursday, May 1, 2008

Grocery Store Finally Coming To Eagle Mountain

First Grocery Store Coming to Eagle Mountain
Contact: Linda Peterson
Community Relations Coordinator
Tel: 801-358-1175
Email: lpeterson@emcity.org
Associated Foods Store to Start Construction This Summer

Eagle Mountain, UT, May 1 – A deal to bring the first large-scale grocery store to Eagle Mountain City has been finalized, Mayor Heather Jackson announced today. An Associated Foods store will begin construction in August of this year and is expected to be completed by May 2009. The store will be located on the north side of SR-73 at Ranches Parkway.
“Our citizens have been looking forward to the convenience of shopping in their own city for some time, so we are really excited to announce that it is happening,” Mayor Jackson said.
The Associated Foods store is one product of the city’s increased economic development efforts. As the city with the third largest geographical area in the state, Eagle Mountain has been actively promoting its available land, reasonable prices, and population figures to interested parties within and outside of Utah.
“We’ve been working diligently to develop the means and circumstances to bring more economic development to the city,” City Administrator John Hendrickson said. “This is the first step in what we hope will be more commercial growth for the city.”