The population of South Jordan as of July 2019 is 73,666. For more demographic information click here.
The Salt Lake County Equestrian Park is a operated by Salt Lake County. You can visit their website at www.slcoequestrian.org.
The best source for city laws, ordinances, codes, etc. is the South Jordan Municipal Code which can be found here.
Business License requirements and information can be found on our Business License page, or call 801-446-HELP, Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. and Fridays 8:00 a.m. – Noon.
Sewer service for South Jordan City is provided by the South Valley Sewer District. For questions concerning sewer connections please call them at 801-571-1166.
You can fill out our online Residential Water Application or fill one out in person at City Hall to have your culinary water service and garbage/recycling collection set up.
For questions concerning sewer connections please call South Valley Sewer District at 801-571-1166
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City Hall and most City buildings are open from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Friday, closed on federal and state holidays.
For information on our current City Mayor and council click here.
Information on South Jordan City Council Members and their districts can be found here.
Please call Public Works at 801-446-HELP or use our fix it form to report the issue.
The latest information about secondary water service can be found here. Typically secondary water service is turned on in late April or early May and turned off the middle of October, however these dates are subject to change.
Backflow prevention information can be found here.
Approximately only one-third of the residents currently have access to the City’s secondary water system. The City has evaluated the feasibility of a citywide secondary system and found that it would be too costly to residents. For more information, please refer to the “Secondary Water Position Paper” dated January 17, 2006.
Secondary water is non-potable water and comes from canals that distribute Utah Lake water. This water is not filtered or treated and often contains debris, and has higher concentrations of suspended solids and total dissolved solids which can be harmful to some plants and flowers especially when watered during the heat of the day. The city recommends users install a good filter before the water goes into the pump. Filters should be cleaned and checked regularly.
Secondary water is not drinkable water. Most of the secondary water comes from Utah Lake and is not treated or filtered. Children should be discouraged from playing in the water.
Residents are charged an annual fee to be paid in monthly installments. These fees are used to recover capital cost, expenses, and administrative cost incurred by the City associated with the delivery of secondary water. (Municipal Code 13.08.090). The fees are not used to pay for or purchase water; therefore regardless of when secondary water is available during the season, residents are still responsible for their monthly fee.
Yes. Customers are strongly encouraged to filter the water on your system to at least 500 microns to protect your sprinkler heads and to clean and check the filter regularly.
South Jordan City adopted regulations for the use of the secondary water system. It is unlawful for any person directly or indirectly to connect to or alter the City’s secondary water system or any part thereof without prior authorization obtained from the City and notice to the City of such connection, alteration, disconnection, or otherwise. (Municipal Code 13.08.130)
Please ensure that the stop and waste valve is fully open, your filter on your system is not clogged or blocked, and your sprinkler system is functioning properly. If you are still experiencing a water outage please contact the Water Division.
You can register online for recreation activities here.
Each individual requesting a refund can submit their request to Janel Payne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can call the Rainout Hotline at 801-253-PLAY (7529) to find out the latest information about outdoor sports and recreation activities such as volleyball, softball, baseball, urban fishing etc.
South Jordan offers a variety of pavilions that may be reserved for specific events. To reserve a pavilion please click here.
Permits can be obtained from the Planning & Zoning Department at City Hall on the second floor and are usually reviewed upon submission.
Yes, call 801-446-HELP for more information.
Yes, call 801-446-HELP for more information.
A building permit is required for a shed. Please contact 801-446-HELP prior to construction.
You can pay in person by cash, check or credit card. You can mail your payment by check or money order. You can also pay online here. If you are unable to pay in full within your 14 days, you need to see the Judge to set up a payment plan. Call 801-446-HELP for more information.
A list of court fines can be found here.
Click here to visit The Official State of Utah Sex Offender Registry.
Animals in impound or available for adoption can be viewed here.
Fingerprinting hours are conducted on Mondays and Tuesday between 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Call 801-446-HELP for availability and pricing.*
*Residents only, these hours might be adjusted due to the pandemic. Click here to see our COVID-19 Information Page.
Once submitted, the business license application will be distributed to all required departments for approval. Typically the business license review process and approval can take up to or more than four (4) weeks. Home occupation business license applications can take longer, as the property owners are allowed a full 14 days to respond to the notice mailed to them.
If a Home Occupation Business License application is denied, the denial can be appealed.
City Code states:
17.98.060: APPLICATION APPEAL PROCEDURE:
If city staff finds that certain conditions cannot be met, that the proposed home occupation is not appropriate or is inconsistent with the definition and purpose of this chapter, the application shall be denied. The city business licensing office shall provide written notice of city staff’s decision to the applicant and to all individuals who provided written responses to the original notice.
The applicant or an affected neighbor may appeal staff’s decision for a public hearing before the planning commission within fourteen (14) days of the decision rendered by staff. The decision of the planning commission may be appealed to the city council within fourteen (14) days of the planning commission decision. Costs of notification for the planning commission and/or city council meetings shall be borne by the appellant. The planning commission or city council may place conditions on the approval of the home occupation business license application pertaining to the conduct of the business, subject to chapter 17.84 of this title. (Ord. 2014-16, 11-18-2014).
City Code states:
5.04.020: UNLAWFUL TO ENGAGE IN BUSINESS WITHOUT A LICENSE:
Except as otherwise provided by this title, it is unlawful for any person to engage in business within the city without first obtaining a license from the city for doing so, and it is unlawful to continue to engage in a business without maintaining a valid license with the city. It is unlawful for a person to engage in business using a name other than the name in which the city issued or renewed the license. It is also unlawful to continue engaging in business after the city has suspended or revoked a license for such business. (Ord. 2015-13, 10-6-2015).
Most business licenses are valid for one year from the date of application, after which time they can be renewed.
Business licenses can be renewed in several different ways:
In person at City Hall located at 1600 W. Towne Center Drive
Yes, you can now renew your business license by phone! The signed renewal form (or online agreement) must accompany the renewal payment.
Yes. Regardless of receipt of the renewal notice the business is responsible to maintain a valid City business license.
Any business owner operating without a valid City business license shall be deemed guilty of a class B misdemeanor.
Yes. When a business license is issued, it is issued to the address provided on the application. Moving to a new location requires a new license. Therefore, completion of the Business License Application is required for the new location in order to obtain a valid business license.