Emergency Management


The City of West Jordan has designed an Emergency Operations Center to be utilized in the event a natural or manmade disaster. The multi-purpose space is also used by the Fire Department for training. The West Jordan EOC will work in conjunction with Salt Lake County and the State of Utah if conditions warrant.   


Emergency Management has existed for many years in different forms. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) was created in 1979 by President Jimmy Carter to bring together various federal agencies that were tasked with responding to disasters. The attacks of September 11, 2001, brought man-made disasters into our view. This was followed by Hurricane Katrina on August 23, 2005. In West Jordan, active disaster planning started around 1998 with preparations for the anticipated Y2K computer uncertainty of January 1, 2000. Since then the Fire Department Deputy Chief over Prevention and Emergency Management has been tasked to serve as the emergency program manager for the city.


Emergency Communications

There are several things that citizens can do to keep themselves informed of emergencies directly impacting the community including 911 Emergency Callback and our own city communication system. Click here to learn more about emergency communications.


We encourage you to follow the West Jordan Fire Department Facebook page to learn more about our city’s emergency management efforts.


Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC)

Following the approval of the State Emergency Response Commission, we conduct the West Jordan Local Emergency Planning Committee or “West Jordan LEPC." The West Jordan LEPC fulfills the federal requirements for chemical reporting and emergency planning as specified in federal law 42 USC Chapter 116, the Community Right-to-Know Act.


Monthly Meetings

NEXT MEETING: April 11, 2019


Fire Station 53

7602 S Jordan Landing Blvd 

Open to the public

Business representatives and the general public who are interested in emergency planning and emergency preparedness are invited. If you have questions about the meeting please feel free to call 801-260-7300.


LEPC Meeting Minutes



April 11

Feb. 14

Jan. 10


Nov 8

April 12

Feb 8

Jan 4



Dec 14

Nov 9

Oct 12

Sept. 21

August 9

July 13

June 8

May 11

April 13

March 9 

February 9

January 12



December 8

November 10

October 12

September 8

August 11

June 9

May 12

April 14

March 10

February 4

January 7


Tier II Reporting

Businesses operating within the boundaries of the City of West Jordan that

have reportable quantities of hazardous materials, as specified by the

Environmental Protection Agency reporting lists, will report those quantities to

the West Jordan LEPC annually on a Tier II reportEmail the transmittal.


Contact Us
7602 S. Jordan Landing Blvd.
West Jordan, UT 84084
Fax 801-260-7320
Emergency: Dial 9-1-1
Headquarters Hours

(excluding all state and federal holidays)

8 a.m.-5 p.m.

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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