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Why become a Cottonwood Heights volunteer?

There are many opportunities to serve the Cottonwood Heights Community. From Events like Butlerville Days and other fun activities to helping provide arts for all to enjoy - to serving on committees and boards, there are several ways to donate your time and talents to your neighbors.


Have you ever wanted to organize a parade or help out with a community play? Do you love to decorate for Halloween or are Easter egg hunts more your thing?

Cottonwood Heights takes pride in the many residents who volunteer their time to brainstorm together and bring the city’s events to life. The mayor and city council feel that residents have a better understanding of the types of events their friends and neighbors want to attend, and input from our citizens has made the city’s events stronger and better each year.

We invite residents join in the fun of making city events more community-oriented.  In order to move forward, we are always in need of volunteers to help out with a wide variety of events and committees. It's a great opportunity to feel connected to our community, gain valuable work experience, learn a new skill and make new friends.

If you are interested in volunteering or have questions, please contact City Events Coordinator Ann Eatchel at aeatchel@ch.utah.gov or (801) 550-8225.


The Cottonwood Heights Arts Council is dedicated to bringing music, fine arts and other creative expression to the community. No arts event can be successful without dedicated volunteers. From technical to logistical assistance, there are many opportunities available.

To find out more about these various arts volunteer opportunities, email Kim Pederson at aeatchel@ch.utah.gov or (801) 550-8225.


We cannot preserve our legacy and rich history without the knowledge and wisdom of people who are willing to help out. To find out how to serve on our Historic Committee, click here


If you want to help plan for responsible growth in the city, you can serve on the Planning Commission. To find out how, click here.


No building can be constructed without the approval of a panel of knowledgeable citizens. To see if you qualify for a seat on our Architectural Review Commission, click here.

To apply for the Planning Commission, Architectural Review Commission, Arts Council or Historic Committee, please fill out and follow the instructions on this application.