West Jordan Emergency Communications
In the event of a West Jordan Emergency including natural disasters like earthquakes, blizzards or floods, water contamination, active shooters and bomb threats, we'd like for our citizens to know as soon as possible. At the bottom of this page, please fill out the form to receive communications directly from us via phone or email.
Don't Miss Out on Emergency Notifications
In addition to West Jordan's own emergency communications system, we'd encourage you to sign up for the 911 Callback system provided by the Salt Lake Valley Emergency Communications Center (VECC). Click here to signup for their notifications.
Although the West Jordan water supply meets EPA standards and has not had issues with over-fluoridation, water fluoridation has been a recent topic of interest for Salt Lake Valley residents. West Jordan buys about 80% to 85% of its wholesale treated water from the Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District. The remaining approximately 20% to 15% comes from city-owned groundwater wells, which are used only during summer months to help meet high water demand. All water meets Federal and State requirements.
More Information on Emergency Communications
There are several other ways to learn about emergencies in a timely manner. We are active on Facebook and Twitter and will push emergency information through those pages.
Our website is an additional source of timely information. The home page slider includes slides with information on important topics including emergencies.
There are many great sources of information designed to prepare you for emergencies, including: