• Mt. View Corridor Trail – Temporary Closure

    JULY 27, 2022 – AUGUST 12, 2022Mt. View Corridor Trail – 8600 S. (See Map) (WEST JORDAN, UT) – Starting today (July 27, 2022) a small portion of the Mt. View Corridor Trail near 8600 […]

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  • West Jordan Fire Station 53 Accepts ‘Amazing Save Award’

    (WEST JORDAN, UT) – West Jordan Fire Station 53 (A-Platoon) received the Amazing Save Award for their life-saving efforts after 70-year-old John Atkin experienced a cardiac arrest event in May. Firefighters responded to his home, […]

  • Beat the Heat – A Message from West Jordan’s Emergency Manager

    Our state continues to be hit by excessive heat, red flag warnings (critical fire weather), and high, hot winds warnings. We live in a modern world where we can control the temperature where we live […]

  • July 2022 Newsletter

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  • 1300 West Sewer Project

    (West Jordan, Utah) The 1300 West Sewer Project begins this week on the property adjacent to Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District.  Where: 1300 West 8200 South to 8600 South.When: This week through late September.What else: […]

  • Preparing for an Earthquake

    Drop, Cover, Hold On Have you ever thought about what you would do during an earthquake here in the Salt Lake valley? Where your safe place would be? When indoors, you can Drop, Cover and […]

  • June 2022 Newsletter

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  • Mrs. West Jordan Using New Title to Help Local Families

    “Walking around in heels and pretty dresses is great, but really, I’ve gained a greater understanding of what our community is facing…especially the community of West Jordan.” Kimberly Frandsen was crowned Mrs. West Jordan earlier […]

  • May 2022 Newsletter

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  • 1300 West Construction

    1300 West; 6600 South – 9400 South The City of West Jordan, in cooperation with the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), plans to widen 1300 West between Winchester Street and 9400 South. The proposed project […]

  • New Hiking and Biking Trails Coming to a Canyon near West Jordan

    Salt Lake County and Rio Tinto have partnered up to improve outdoor recreation options in Butterfield Canyon. This canyon is in the Oquirrh Mountains just southwest of West Jordan. This month, the Salt Lake County […]

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  • Tell us about Life in West Jordan

    Utah State University’s Utah Wellbeing Project has partnered with many cities and towns throughout Utah to conduct a public well-being survey. West Jordan City encourages you to take 10 minutes to provide your feedback. You […]

  • Tips for Avoiding Media Scams and Fraud

    The FTC recently reported that they’ve seen a huge spike in people losing money from social media scams in recent years, and the citizens of West Jordan are not exempt from these scams. Data from […]

  • Neighborhood Watch – It’s Tax Season, Don’t Become a Victim

    Tax season is here and scam artists are upping their efforts to try to get your personal information. Tax-related identity theft occurs when someone uses your stolen Social Security number to file a tax return […]

  • Redistricting in West Jordan

    A lot has changed in West Jordan over the past ten years. Our city has welcomed world-renowned businesses, expanded and created new infrastructure, and has grown to the third most populous city in the state […]

  • March 2022 Newsletter

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  • January 2022 City Newsletter

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  • Schorr Gallery – Featured Artist, Troy Hunter

    Troy Hunter is a photographic artist with a unique specialty.“I have what is called ‘essential tremors,” Hunter explained. “Some call it a disability; I have to disagree because it results in such beauty.” What he […]

aerial view of West Jordan neighborhood