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09Apr
By: Rachael Van Cleave On: April 09, 2020 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

After much consideration of the health and well-being of our residents, Mulligans will open in a limited capacity. This decision was reached only after many parties were confident that the precautions taken limit exposure to Covid-19, while offering a mental health outlet for our residents. Available services, as well...

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06Apr
By: Rachael Van Cleave On: April 06, 2020 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

April first marked the official launch of the 2020 Census and it is extremely important for every South Jordan resident to accurately fill it out – especially those with young children born since the last Census. The outbreak of Covid-19 has limited the in person follow up that the...

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24Mar
By: Rachael Van Cleave On: March 24, 2020 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

South Jordan will now host its City Council and Planning Commission Meetings online until further notice. You can find instructions for “attending” these meetings on the official meeting notices. They will also be available on the Planning Commission and City Council web pages. Live public comment will be given...

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By: Rachael Van Cleave On: March 21, 2020 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

Due to the earthquake this week, the building of The Rescue Mission of Salt Lake City was damaged. The building needs repairs before those who have been sheltering there can return. Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson along with leaders of The Rescue Mission of Salt Lake City, have...

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20Mar
By: Rachael Van Cleave On: March 20, 2020 In: Latest News, Uncategorized Comments: 0

Garbage day is changing the week of April 6, 2020, for a couple of neighborhoods on South Jordan’s west side to accommodate for growth on that side of the City. The Country Crossing, Founder’s Park, SoDa Row, and the western portion of Jordan Heights neighborhoods are impacted by this...

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By: Rachael Van Cleave On: March 13, 2020 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

South Jordan Mayor Dawn R. Ramsey signed a Declaration of Emergency on the evening of March, 13, 2020. In light of the recent announcements from the Governor, including the closing of schools statewide, the City of South Jordan is taking steps to help stem the spread of COVID-19 while...

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By: Joshua Timothy On: March 04, 2020 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

Due to questions and speculations by individuals running for County and State office in recent weeks, we, as the South Jordan Mayor and Council, desire that South Jordan citizens understand why the City did not take a position on the County’s decision regarding the Olympia Hills Development. Over the...

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04Feb
By: Rachael Van Cleave On: February 04, 2020 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

Dear residents, Over the past few years, we have engaged in an extensive journey to improve recreation and park opportunities for our residents in a fiscally responsible way. The result is an innovative park and recreation partnership with Salt Lake County. The closing of the County-owned Marv Jenson Recreation...

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04Feb
By: Matt Jorgensen On: February 04, 2020 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

Salt Lake County is rapidly growing, expanding from just over 900,000 in 2010 to over 1.136M residents today. While much of the County is built out and focusing on redevelopment, the Southwest Salt Lake County (SWSLCo) contains roughly 32,000 acres of undeveloped land (6,000 are unincorporated acres). As these...

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17Dec
By: Joshua Timothy On: December 17, 2019 In: Latest News, Uncategorized Comments: 0

University of Utah Health has played a key role in economic development in South Jordan. Join Mayor Dawn Ramsey as she discusses the expansion of services, a new VA Clinic, and the University of Utah purchasing 90 acres of land in South Jordan for further expansion of university services...

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