Welcome to Cedar Hill
Welcome to Cedar Hill! We're so glad you're here. Browse the information below to learn more about your city and the programs and services available to you. Get to know your city council members, explore our parks and trails, meet new friends at the Zula B. Wylie Public Library, and get engaged with community organizations.
Tours begin at the Government Center (285 Uptown Blvd. ) at 9 a.m. with breakfast, a brief presentation, and a bus tour around town and conclude around 11 a.m.
Saturday, February 11 Saturday, May 13
- Saturday, August 26 - Register to attend.
Get to Know Your City Government
The City of Cedar Hill is a home-rule city with a council-manager form of government. Under this form of government, the elected City Council sets the policies for the city's operation. The City Council generally meets on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month and agendas are posted 72 hours in advance here. The administrative responsibility of the City rests with the City Manager, who is appointed by the City Council. Meet your City Council members and learn more about the city manager.
Explore our Parks, Trails, and Open Space
Cedar Hill is home to 32 neighborhood and community parks plus more than 36 miles of trail for people to relax, play and explore. Some of the most beautiful and fascinating parks and open space areas in the State of Texas are located in Cedar Hill, including Cedar Hill State Park and Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center. Find your new favorite park at cedarhilltx.com/parks.
Open the Door to Discovery at the Zula B. Wylie Public Library
The Zula B. Wylie Public Library at 225 Cedar Street has something for everyone. Check out your favorite book, music, or movie in person or online; or join us for one of many programs and events for all ages! Learn more at cedarhilllibrary.org.
Stay up to date with the latest Cedar Hill news and events - Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Sign up for emergency alerts, find the My Cedar Hill app, and read our monthly newsletter here.
Cedar Hill is an engaged community with many opportunities to get involved. These are just a few of the organizations where you can share your gifts with your neighbors: cedarhilltx.com/2412/Community-Organizations.
Where the past meets the present
Cedar Hill, first known as the cedar brakes, was founded around 1846 by a small group of settlers from the Peters Colony. They traveled to the Dallas area of North Texas on horseback and by ox-drawn wagon following trails beaten into existence by Indians, buffalo and explorers. They came seeking a place to build their homes, to socialize, worship and conduct business. Learn more about the culture and history of Cedar Hill: Cedar Hill Museum of History.