Update March 29, 2020 5:30 p.m.
Due to the Salt Lake County Health Department Order 2020-03, the following service changes are required starting 12:01 a.m. March 30, 2020:
- City Hall will be closed until further notice.
- Playgrounds and pavilions will be closed to public use until further notice.
- Mulligans Golf and Games will be closed until further notice.
Further closures and updates may come soon.
The Trans Jordan Landfill also announced:
Due to the State’s directive on Friday, the landfill will be closed to all but “essential” haulers effective Monday, March 30, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. This closure will remain in effect until further notice.
Essential* haulers are defined as City operated refuse trucks and commercial haulers with existing accounts that haul waste in a front-loader, side-loader, or roll-off container truck. The Trans-Jordan Landfill provides a crucial service for our community. Essential commercial haulers rely on a safe place to dispose of waste collected on a daily basis. All other waste from the public and commercial companies is suspended until further notice. Public Drop-off Recycle Bins, Public Convenience Center, Green Waste and the Household Hazardous Waste Facility will also be closed until further notice. Cash and credit card transactions will not be accepted at this time.
Update March 23, 2020 5:30 p.m.
The South Jordan Public Works building will be closed to the public beginning tomorrow morning. All essential public functions at this building can be done online or by calling 801-446-HELP(4357).
The cemetery office will remain open by appointment only. Please email Kyle Bowen at email@example.com or call 801-446-HELP(4357) to set up an appointment.
Update March 17, 2020 4:47pm
City Council & Work Session scheduled for tonight are canceled.
Update March 16, 2020 5:45pm
Closures and Facility Updates
- Animal Control is open to appointments only, no walk ins allowed
- Mulligans classes are cancelled
- Mulligans Clubhouse is closed, but people can walk up to the window to get food and to rent clubs
- All Recreation programs (including soccer and baseball) are cancelled
Social distancing is essential to help stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The City is constantly monitoring the current situation and working with local health professionals. City services can easily be managed online or over the phone. We HIGHLY RECOMMEND you use our online services or call us instead of coming in to City Hall. Here are links where you can access or manage city services without coming in to City Hall:
- Pay your utility bill online | By phone: 801-446-HELP(4357)
- Set up new utilities
- Drop-off payment in a drop box at City Hall in the back parking lot by the flag poles or at Public Works in the parking lot.
- License your dog – Call 801-446-HELP(4357) and have your updated rabies vaccination document ready.
- Pay your ticket/fine
- Email any required documents to firstname.lastname@example.org
For permits, licensing, or to view application status visit our online portal:
Update March 14, 2020 1:15pm
Due to resident and patron concerns, the City decided to close the Fitness & Aquatics Center at 3 p.m. today instead of normal closing time.
Original Update March 12, 2020 3:58 p.m.
At noon on March 12, the State hosted a press conference where they offered guidelines for entities, including municipal governments, on how they should respond to the spread of COVID-19. Those recommendations take effect beginning Monday, March 16th and are to last for two weeks, at which point the State will re-evaluate those recommendations. The City of South Jordan plans to follow the State and County’s lead on closures and gatherings to help stem the spread of the virus.
The recommendations are as follows:
- No gatherings of more than 100 people for healthy individuals, if you’re sick don’t show up.
- Those 60 years of age or older or who have compromised immune systems should avoid gatherings of 20 or more people.
- Employers should encourage employees, when possible, to work from home.
In light of these recommendations, the City will be doing the following:
- The South Jordan Community Center will be closed through March 30 starting at the end of normal operating hours today, March 12th. This means that all Community Center programming will be cancelled or postponed. Program coordinators are reaching out to program participants regarding these cancellations, as well as those with any upcoming facility rentals that are impacted.
- Regarding Senior Programming, Salt Lake County will do bag lunches for seniors who need that service. Seniors can sign up for this service by calling (801)-446-4357. Seniors may then pick up the lunches by driving up to the Community Center between the hours of 11:30 and 12:30 on weekdays and lunches will be brought to their car by Community Center staff.
- The Gale Center Museum will be closed through March 30 at the end of normal operating hours today, March 12th.
- The South Jordan Fitness & Aquatics Center will be closed through March 31 at the close of business Saturday, March 14th. This means that all programs and classes within the Fitness & Aquatics Center will be cancelled or postponed. Recreation coordinators are reaching out to those who have rented the facility and to those who have registered for classes during that time. This includes aquatics (swim lessons), dance, and Kids Camp. No additional facility rentals will be taken at this time.
- The community rooms in the South Jordan Public Safety Building will not be scheduled for public use. Scheduled events in those rooms for the next two weeks have been canceled.
- Mulligans Golf Course will remain open until further notice and have implemented procedures to help keep customers safe by increasing cleaning, hand washing and monitoring employees who are working.
- Missoula Children’s Theater events, including auditions will be postponed until a later date.
- The SoJo Gold Rush on Saturday, March 14, will continue as planned. Race entrants will be able to pick up their shirt, medal and race bag at packet pickup. The medals will available at that time in case runners choose to run virtually or at another time. The race itself will include hand washing stations, hand sanitizer, bottled water (versus cups) and volunteers wearing gloves.
- The City of South Jordan is working through plans to have more employees work from home.
- The City will ensure that essential services will continue as normal, which includes a safe drinkable water supply.
- The City will continue to update on any changes to service levels during this time.
- The Fire Department will not be scheduling any Fire Station tours, nor will we be holding any CPR or First Aid courses.
- The Police Department is encouraging residents report anything that is not an active event or emergency through our online reporting system or by telephone contact. In addition, the following in-person Police Department services will be temporarily suspended until further notice: Public Safety Building tours, fingerprinting services, child seat safety checks, courtesy shuttles of any kind, non-essential in-person meetings.