Current Salt Lake County Case Count

CDC Guidance on Face Coverings - April 5
West Jordan City Closed to Walk-ins - April 3
Salt Lake County Health Order - March 29

Governor"s Stay Home Directive - March 27
West Jordan Officers Help - March 26

West Jordan Playgrounds Closed - March 26
West Jordan State of Emergency - March 16

West Jordan Social Distancing Plan - March 13


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Governor Gary Herbert announced plans to move Utah to the Moderate/Orange Risk stage outlined in Utah Leads 2.0 Plan on Friday, May 1.


Highlights of the Moderate Risk phase include: 

- Face coverings worn in public settings
- Maintain social distancing of 6'
- Groups of 20 or less
- Do not engage in close-contact or team sports
- Playgrounds + pavilions remain closed
- Employees work remotely, where possible
- Utilize remote meetings and communications
- Dine-in services open with restrictions
- Retail open with social distancing + occupancy restrictions
- Events + entertainment open w/extreme restrictions
- Personal services open w/extreme restrictions
- Fitness centers opens w/social distancing + occupancy restrictions


Residents can view the full plan here.

A Mask for Every Utahn will provide 2 million masks to Utahns, free of charge. Residents can request a mask here.

In cooperation with the state and county, the City of West Jordan is taking proactive measures to help mitigate the community spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). The Mayor declared a state of emergency March 16 and adopted Salt Lake County's Stay Safe, Stay Home Health Order on March 29. 


Beginning April 6, city facilities will be closed to walk-in traffic. The city will continue to provide essential services like water delivery, waste pick-up, recycling and public safety operations. However, adjustments to regular operations will be made to allow opportunities for employees to work from home. Residents and other customers can help facilitate this activity, by conducting their work with the city online or by phone. 

All special events hosted by West Jordan have been cancelled through mid-May. City facilities utilized for private events, like City Hall and Pioneer Hall will be closed to the public until further notice.



Residents have reached out wondering what they can do to keep their family and community healthy. To start, do not panic. The best thing to do is to stop the spread of germs using every day preventative actions.

What is Coronavirus?

- A respiratory disease that was first detected in China. The virus has been named “SARS-CoV-2” and the disease it causes has been named “coronavirus disease 2019” (abbreviated “COVID-19”)

What are every day preventative actions?

Personal health habits that people should use ALL the time, including to help protect against COVID-19 and other respiratory illnesses. They include:

What are the symptoms?

People have reported illnesses ranging from mild symptoms to severe. The following symptoms may appear two to 14 days after exposure:

I’ve noticed many stores are out of bottled water. Should I be concerned about West Jordan’s drinking water?

The Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) wants residents to know that the public water supply is safe. In the case of quarantine or outbreak related to the coronavirus, public drinking water systems are designed to continuously deliver safe drinking water to your tap.


“Drinking water treatment and disinfection has effectively protected Utah’s population for many decades. These protections will safeguard residents against drinking-water-borne viral infections— including coronavirus,” said Marie Owens, Director of DEQ’s Division of Drinking Water. “There is no need for residents to stock up on surplus bottled water in preparation for a potential outbreak of Coronavirus.”

The Coronavirus Disease is a rapidly evolving situation. Get up-to-date information from the CDC here:


Mayor and Council Districts      District Map

Mayor Dirk Burton

Councilmember Chris McConnehey (District 1)

Councilmember Melissa Worthen (District 2)

Councilmember Zach Jacob (District 3)

Councilmember David Pack (District 4)

Councilmember Chad Lamb (At Large)

Councilmember Kayleen Whitelock (At Large)

Councilmember Kelvin Green (At Large)

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