South Jordan City and Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District are working on two different waterline projects along 10200 South. Below is a brief description of each project, the timeline, and the impacts to our residents.
South Jordan City Project: South Jordan City will be installing a secondary water pipeline along 10200 South from the Welby Jacob Canal to 4800 West. The duration of this project will take approximately 2 months and should be finished by mid April.
Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District Project: Jordan Valley will be replacing a large 42″ steel major waterline along 10200 South from Dunsinane Dr. to approximately 5700 West. After the initial three week period of this project from February 17-March 8, the project will stop until the end of April, at which point Jordan Valley will work on the rest of the project, which should be finished by the end of August.
UPDATE April 3: Intersection of 10200 S. & 4000 W.
The intersection of 4000 W & 10200 S opens this evening. As work is done, 600-foot sections on 10200 S will be closed between 4000 W over the next two weeks. Traffic control will be updated as needed between 4000 W and Yorkshire during that time. Residents should adhere to all traffic and detour signs.
UPDATE April 2: Intersection of 10200 S. & 4000 W.
The intersection of 10200S & 4000 W. was set to open back up on April 3 at 7:00 am but has run into some delays pushing back its opening a few hours to around 2:00 pm. Residents should adhere to all traffic and detour signs.
UPDATE March 26: 10200 S Closure From Yorkshire Dr. to Oquirrh Lake Rd.
- There will be two traveling lanes at 10200 S – eastbound and westbound
- Right turn into 4800 W traveling westbound on 10200 S will not be allowed.
- Left turn into 4800 W traveling eastbound on 10200 S will not be allowed.
- Traffic traveling northbound on Silver Mine will be allowed to turn only left or right. Through traffic traveling northbound from Silver Mine to 4800 W will not be allowed .
- 4800 W will maintain the southbound travel lane open.
UPDATE March 2: 10200 S Closure From Yorkshire Dr. to Oquirrh Lake Rd.
Thursday, February 27 – Saturday, March 7: The closure on 10200 S between Yorkshire Dr. and Oquirrh Lake Rd. will occur between 8:00 am – 5:00 pm each day. Residents should avoid this section of road during 8:00 am – 5:00 pm and adhere to traffic signs and detour signs.
UPDATE February 19: Intersection of 4000 W and 10200 S
Thursday, February 20, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm: The contractor will be placing pipe at the intersection of 4000 W and 10200 S. The traffic control image shows a slight shift of the traffic lanes to the east to allow traffic on both directions (northbound and southbound) to remain active on 4000 W. At the same time, the contractor will close 10200 S between 4000 W and Yorkshire Drive in order to move west with the installation of the pipe. Therefore, turns from 4000 W into 10200 S will not be allowed. The contractor will try to accommodate school buses only in the morning, but they will need to be detoured in the evening. Residents should avoid this section of road during their commute and adhere to traffic signs and detour signs.
UPDATE February 19: 10200 S Closure From 4000 W to Yorkshire Dr.
Thursday, February 20 – Thursday, March 5: The closure on 10200 S will last for two weeks and closures will occur between 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. Residents should avoid this section of road during 8:00 am – 5:00 pm and adhere to traffic signs and detour signs.
10200 South from Welby Jacob Canal to 4000 West
Monday, February 17 – Sunday, February 23: Traffic will be completely closed on 10200 South between Welby Jacob Canal and 4000 W. Residents should avoid this section of road during their commute and adhere to traffic signs and detour signs this week.
Monday, February 24 – Sunday, March 8: Temporary signals will be in place allowing single lanes of traffic to travel through in an alternating fashion. Residents should follow the signals and the detour signs this week and only travel through this section of road when necessary.
Please check back here for updates on this project. We will update this page about potential impacts regularly as the projects progress.