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 of Utah.

With this growth comes more change. Every decade the city redraws its representative’s boundaries based on the most recent results from the U.S. Census. The latest census shows West Jordan grew from just over 103,000 people in 2009 to more than 116,000 people in 2020.

Why Redistrict?
Because representation matters. The west side of our city has seen a substantial amount of growth. Maps need to be redrawn to keep the population in each district roughly even.

Who it impacts?
All West Jordan residents. That’s why it’s important that your opinion is heard!

What do the new redistricting map options look like?

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If you need a closer look, you can zoom in to see where your home falls on either map here: (please note this link works best on a desktop.)

What does the current map look like?
You can see what the current map looks like here.

How do I weigh in?
It’s easy. There are several ways to voice your opinion.

  1. Take our Qualtrics survey.
  2. Send comments to the council office:
  3. Call in during public comment at the upcoming council meetings: March 9th and March 23rd. Find more information:
aerial view of West Jordan neighborhood