CEDAR HILLS — Residents are invited to attend an open house at the Cedar Hills fire station, 3925 W. Cedar Hills Drive, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 4.
The Lone Peak Fire District will unveil its new transport engine, the first of its kind in Utah County. Gary Gygi, mayor of Cedar Hills and chairman of the Lone Peak Public Safety District, will join in with Lone Peak Fire Chief Brad Freeman and firefighters to dedicate the new fire engine.
The festivities will include station tours, pictures and a complimentary lunch.
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