Dear Residents of Cottonwood Heights,
We highly encourage you to work with us via email or telephone. Our staff is available via email and telephone during business hours and our police department is on duty 24 hours a day. If you feel that you need to meet in person, we encourage precautionary measures such as keeping a safe distance of at least six feet from others.
We ask that each of our residents and visitors respect our efforts and follow the hygiene recommendations listed below to combat this and many other viral threats. It is of paramount importance that citizens be educated and proactive in measures that can slow the spread of COVID19 in our community. Key public prevention measures include:
We recommend and encourage residents to opt out of attending large mass gatherings. As a city we have made the determination to postpone mass gatherings and most public functions. We additionally encourage residents to practice social distancing to reduce the potential spreading of the virus.
It is critically important that residents use 911 for emergencies only. If you develop a cough, fever, or difficulty breathing and have traveled recently with a widespread outbreak of COVID-19, you should consult traveler’s guidance information from the Centers for Disease (CDC). This content is regularly monitored and updated. As always, you should consult your primary care provider or local clinic directly with questions regarding your own health.
If you have questions about COVID-19 the Utah Department of Health has established a hotline at 1-800-456-7707 and has information on their website coronavirus.utah.gov. Additionally, the experts at the Salt Lake County Health Department have asked that community members reference www.cdc.gov for information.
We can assure you that we will continue to respond to your emergencies and will conduct daily operations for our residents and businesses.
Cottonwood Heights City is committed to the community and response during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Mayor Mike Peterson
Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses, some causing illness in people and others circulating among animals including camels, cats and bats. Based on other coronaviruses, people infected with COVID-19 should be considered to be contagious from the day of fever onset until 10 days after fever ends, or until appropriate laboratory testing shows the patient is no longer contagious. Coronaviruses typically have an incubation period of 2‒14 days after exposure. The specific incubation period for this coronavirus is unknown. More information can be found at https://coronavirus.utah.gov/.
This work is stretched along the wildland urban interface(WUI) on the east bench of the Salt Lake Valley.
Wasatch Front Waste & Recycling District (WFWRD) has launched a free mobile app for its residents. It can be found by searching for “Wasatch Front Waste” on the Apple or Android app stores, and it is available in both English and Spanish.
To ease the minds of students and parents in this time of distance learning, CSD will put into place a modified grading structure for the final term.
The IRS urges taxpayers to be on the lookout for scams related to the Economic Impact Payments. There is no fee required to receive these payments.
Cottonwood Heights City Hosted the City Council Work Session & Business Meeting via Zoom April 21, 2020
A message from Unified Fire Authority
04/17/2020 9:25 AM
Notice is hereby given that the Cottonwood Heights City Council will hold a Work Session at approximately 5:00 p.m., or soon thereafter, on Tuesday, April 21, 2020. In view of the current Covid-19 pandemic, this work session will occur electronically, without a physical location.
COVID -19 testing requirements have been loosened and the state now wants to test ANYONE that has at least one COVID symptom - fever, cough, shortness of breath. Also, ANYONE who has been exposed to someone with COVID-19 should also get tested.
The Cottonwood Heights City Shakeout event scheduled for April 18th has been cancelled due to the Salt Lake County Stay at Home Order. This event will be rescheduled for October.
Utah Coronavirus Information Line: 1-800-456-7707
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