Gardner Village West Jordan

Economic Development

The Economic Development Office works to proactively market and create opportunities for community prosperity for current and future residents, businesses, and visitors. The Economic Development Office is responsible for new business attraction; business retention, development, promotion, and expansion; as well as community enhancement and marketing programs.

The office provides the coordination of Redevelopment Agency programs; provides economic and demographic information; administers economic development incentive programs; inter-agency coordination; special project administration; and City coordination and liaison to ChamberWest, the city’s official Chamber of Commerce.

Why Do Business in West Jordan?

Undeveloped Land

There is approximately 4,600 acres
of undeveloped land in West Jordan.

Population

West Jordan is the third largest city in Utah.

Labor Force

Nearly 700,000 eligible employees within 40 miles.

Universities

There are 40 universities within a
40 mile radius.

Transportation

West Jordan is minutes away from
I-80, I-15, and 20 minutes to Salt Lake International Airport.

Regional Airport

West Jordan is home to the South Valley Regional Airport. It is one of the few cities, in Utah, to house a regional Airport.

West Jordan Utah, Eat Local

Eat Local in West Jordan

Need a handy guide to what’s good to eat around our city? Then you’re in luck! We’ve compiled a restaurant directory, even noting which locations include dine-in, drive-thru, takeout, and delivery apps. Download our directory today!

aerial view of West Jordan neighborhood