The Michael J. Peterson Pickleball Courts are dedicated to a public servant passionate about parks and rec, collaboration, and community.
The Gravel Pit development plan has been approved by Cottonwood Heights City Council.
“This is why we created a new district— to improve our educational buildings for the kids. It’s always been about the kids,” said the former Cottonwood Heights mayor.
Adaptive PE students shine in their own outstanding ways
Summer’s over…it’s back to school
Traditional schools may resume ‘normal’ look, online learning options will continue
Who is Grandma Pat? Anonymous local leaves loaves of fresh-baked bread on Cottonwood Heights doorsteps
Salt Lake County marks 75 years of Parks and Recreation with tree planting
June Community Champion: Eric Kraan
Government 101: Form of government in cities
Curating construction for Cottonwood Heights
Gondolas or rapid bus service? UDOT narrows options for Little Cottonwood
Former Bengals to follow in the NFL
County softball is back
The architect behind the Cottonwood High swim legacy
Brighton High boasts new athletic facilities for year-round training