• Meet West Jordan’s Newest Workers – with Gills!

    West Jordan’s Plum Creek pond is now home to a little more than a dozen Triploid Grass Carp. These fish aren’t just here for residents to spot while visiting the park, they have an important […]

  • Wait to Water

    Rising temperatures may have you thinking it’s time to turn on your sprinkler system – but it’s still too early. How to know the right time to start watering your yard and what the City […]

  • The Great Utah Shakeout

    Have you ever thought about what you would do during an earthquake here in the Salt Lake valley? Where your safe place would be? The Great Utah Shakeout Each year the Utah Department of Public […]

  • The Season of Potholes – How to Easily Report them to the City online

    Potholes can be considered the ‘pests’ of the roads following the winter months. A pothole that goes unfixed, can grow bigger, and eventually cause damage to unsuspecting cars driving through them. That’s why it’s up […]

  • Facebook Scams on the Rise – How to Avoid Becoming a Victim

    Facebook is one of the most popular social media platforms in the world, with more than 2.7 billion active monthly users. With such a massive user base, it’s no surprise that there are scammers who […]

  • Wet Weather Impacts in West Jordan

    It’s no surprise that it has been a record-breaking year for Utah’s snowpack. This year’s statewide snowpack has the largest amount of snow-water equivalent since the winter of 1952. All that snow is providing some […]

  • Green Waste in West Jordan

    The city’s green waste program runs the FIRST full week in April through the LAST full week in November. This year (2023), those dates fall on the week of April 2nd through the week of November 19th. What […]

  • Is Flooding Expected in West Jordan?

    Utah has seen an impressive snow pack this season and concerns about flooding are on the rise. While snow can become dangerous if temperatures go up too quickly, experts do not anticipate West Jordan will […]

  • Mountain View Corridor Trail Closure

    Mountain View Corridor Trail is closed between 8200 South and 9000 South for an extended period. While the trail is closed, a detour is in place. Temporary signage will direct trail users through the adjacent […]

  • Did You Know You Can Receive Texts from the City?

    Get city updates sent directly to your phone via text message. How to Get Started: Opt-in to any of the following notification lists: For General Notifications, text “WJALERTS” to 91896 For Council Notifications, text “WJCOUNCIL” […]

aerial view of West Jordan neighborhood