- Public Works
- Storm Water
Car Wash Fundraisers
Car washes are a great way to raise money for your organization, but please follow guidelines to help protect our communities’ waterways.
The Storm Water Division is responsible for the maintenance, cleaning, and inspection of the storm water infrastructure within the City to ensure that it is working properly and ready for storm events to prevent flooding and any subsequent damage.
Household Hazardous Waste & E-Waste
Learn how to properly dispose of household hazardous waste and electronic waste.
Pesticides, Herbicides & Fertilizers
Nationally, one-quarter of the pollutants found in rivers and streams originate from the residential use of pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers. These materials can enter our waterways through illegal dumping, run-off from excessive lawn irrigation, and from heavy rains.
Report a Problem
Report a problem about the community directly to our offices.
Report Illegal Polluting & Dumping / Hazardous Spills
Please report any hazardous spills, or illegal polluting and dumping into the stormwater system immediately. If possible, take pictures and notes of the acts.
South Jordan City Online UPDES Stormwater
Access UPDES permit information in South Jordan City.
Storm Water Protection
Find storm water protection information for various work sectors and business types.
The Storm Water Division operates two street sweepers that clean main roads monthly and neighborhood roads three times per year.
Used Oil Drop-off Locations
Several places in South Jordan accept the disposal of used oil.
Water Pollution Control & Prevention
Unlike the sanitary sewer system, in which the water and waste is carried through an underground system to treatment facilities, storm water, and the pollutants it carries, flow directly into the waterways of the Salt Lake Valley, mainly the Jordan River. It is a goal of the South Jordan City Storm Water Utility to reduce the amount of pollution entering the waterways within its boundaries.