Rachael Van Cleave, Communications Manager/PIO
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South Jordan Opens New Fire Station, Police Substation, “Mini City Hall”
Amid skyrocketing growth in the Southwest Salt Lake Valley, South Jordan opens Station 64 – a new fire station, police substation, and city hall annex on Mountain View Corridor.
The City of South Jordan will be hosting a ribbon cutting event and tours of Fire Station 64, located in Daybreak at 5443 W Lake Avenue. The South Jordan fire and police chiefs, Mayor Dawn Ramsey, city council members, and City Manager Gary Whatcott will be in attendance.
“Having this station on the west side of town will help improve response times for police and fire and will allow residents to have City services closer to home,” Fire Chief Chris Dawson said.
The new 30,000 square-foot building features a full fire station, a police substation, a space for community meetings, and City administration space, including utility billing service. Fire services began operations this week.
“This mini city hall and public safety building will help serve the rapidly growing west side of South Jordan,” South Jordan Public Information Officer Rachael Van Cleave said.
Starting September 1, 2021, residents on the west side of the City will no longer have to go all the way to City Hall to talk with someone in person about dog licensing, utility billing, and other questions. Inperson hours are Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Friday, 8:00 a.m. to noon.
What: Ribbon Cutting for Station 64 and tours
When: Today, July 20, 4:30 p.m.
Where: 5443 W Lake Avenue, South Jordan, UT 84009
Who: City of South Jordan Mayor and Council, Police and Fire Chiefs, City leaders, and community members
About the City of South Jordan: South Jordan is proud to be named WalletHub’s 2nd Best City for Access to Resources and the 22nd Best Place Overall in America for 2018. We are honored to be chosen by USA Today, for being chosen as one of the Top 50 Best Cities in America to Live In in 2017, with the highest ranking of any city in the state, and to have South Jordan’s Daybreak Community named the Best Place in America to Retire, by Where to Retire Magazine.