Cottonwood Heights, Fort Union, Holladay, Midvale, Murray, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Sandy, utah
Cottonwood Heights Posts:
- Cottonwood Historic Areas
- Cottonwood Settlement
- Cottonwood Paper Mill
- The Knudsen Flour Mill
- Parks in Cottonwood Heights
- Union Cemetery
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The first use of the Cottonwood Heights name occurred in 1937 when J.D. Fife, Sr., a Butlerville resident, so named his proposed subdivision. The name was officially adopted in 1953 by the newly organized Cottonwood Heights Community Council.
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Can you tell us where these two signs are located?
Jacob Barlow said:
The bigger one is at Highland Drive and I-215, the west side of Highland just south of 215 near the offramp. I think the other was at Highland and Creek. But there are many all around the borders of town.