• Back to School – What You Need to Know

    Believe it or not, school is almost back in session. As students prepare to go back, drivers should prepare to slow down. Many schools in West Jordan begin next week and it’s not just students […]

  • Why You Should Take Advantage of West Jordan’s E-Waste + Shred Event

    Recycling electronics not only plays a crucial role in preserving our planet but also protects our personal information from falling into the wrong hands. Environmental Impact Electronic waste is one of the fastest-growing waste streams […]

  • Disruption to Utility Billing Services: City of West Jordan Takes Steps to Address Interruption

    In June, residents of West Jordan experienced an unexpected disruption to their utility billing services due to an information technology issue. The City of West Jordan promptly notified residents through their email newsletter and text […]

  • Safeguarding Your Identity: Protecting Against Credit Card and ID Theft

    In our tech-driven world, protecting your identity from thieves is a top priority. Identity theft and credit card fraud are serious issues that require proactive measures. Below are some tips to help you safeguard your […]

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    2023’s New Election Dates

    Last month, Rep. Chris Stewart of Utah’s 2nd Congressional District informed Gov. Spencer J. Cox that he will resign from the U.S. House of Representatives effective Sept. 15, 2023. As a result, the executive and […]

  • Why Fireworks Bans Persist Despite a Wet Winter and Spring

    It’s that time of year where cities across the state release fireworks restrictions. With the record-breaking wet winter and spring, we’ve had, these restrictions may be leaving some of you wondering – why? While wetter […]

  • New Bingham Highway – Sewer Line Work

    September 2023 Starting Monday, September 11th Copper Hills Parkway (New Bingham Hwy) will be closed between Airport Rd and 7800 S. This closure is expected to last 3-5 days. Please use alternate routes and follow […]

  • 4th of July Impacts

    Depending on your regular trash day – the day your garbage is picked up could change for the 4th of July Holiday, and you’ll want to avoid this road during the Independence Day celebration. Garbage […]

  • West Jordan City – Cyber Security Incident

    On Wednesday, June 14, 2023, the City’s information technology infrastructure was disrupted. This cyber security incident has impacted our phone system and some online services. It has not impacted public safety dispatch or response times. As […]

  • What is that BOOM?

    West Jordan residents have reported hearing booms and feeling rumblings over the last few weeks. We now know the culprit and know to expect more booms throughout the Summer and Fall.  The Tooele Army Depot’s […]

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