Construction Projects

Purpose: Installation of 42″ steel waterline by Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District in 10200 South from Dunsinane Dr. to approximately 5700 West.

Duration: Construction will begin February 18, 2020 and end approximately August 2020.

Location: 10200 S from 4000 W to Yorkshire Dr.

Impacts: The intersection of 10200 S & 4800 W will be closed starting May 6th at 7:00 AM and will reopen by 5:00 PM on May 8th.

May 11th through May 15th, there will be temporary traffic signals located in the intersection of 10200 S & 4800 W. North and south bound traffic will be allowed. West bound traffic will be detoured north. East bound traffic will not be allowed and will be detoured to South Jordan Parkway.

May 18th,  10200 S will be closed (200 ft. at a time) moving west of 4800 W.

Drivers and pedestrians shall use caution while traveling in a work zone. Please expect some traffic delays on minor collector roads, the potential for hazards, and daytime noise.

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Purpose: This project is being done to create a wetland education center to enhance the nature of the site and provide public accessibility.

Duration: Data gathering will start the beginning of March 2020. There is not a construction start date for this project.

Location:  947 W Shields Lane

Impact: There are no impacts identified at this time.

Funding: NA

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Purpose: The project will install new sidewalk, as well as traditional curb and gutter, along the east side of this segment to improve pedestrian safety. In order to achieve this, this section of 3200 West will also need to be slightly widened to the west, to make room for the new east-side elements. Some drainage improvements and utility adjustments are also included in the project.

Duration: The project is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, May 26th.

Location: 3200 W from 10431 S to 10600 S

Funding: Federal Funding

Impact:

  • During construction, motorists should anticipate minor travel delays during work hours, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
  • One lane will remain open in each direction the majority of the time, but there will be intermittent occurrences of one-way traffic guided by flaggers.
  • There will be NO LEFT TURNS from northbound or southbound 3200 West onto 10400 South.
  • The sidewalk will be closed on the west side of the work zone. Pedestrians should plan to use an alternate route.
  • Property and business access along the corridor will be maintained.
  • We remind residents and pedestrians to not walk or drive on newly-poured concrete, as it requires several days of cure time.
  • With school underway, crews will continue to create a safe pedestrian route on school days for children walking to school at South Jordan Middle School. Though these routes may change as often as daily, they will always be available, and crews on-site can help direct children to the appropriate walkway. Please talk to your children about safe practices while walking through construction zones.
  • For your safety and the safety of those working in the area, please exercise caution, mind the flaggers, stay alert, and reduce speeds while driving through construction zones.
  • Motorists are reminded to watch out for trucks entering and leaving the work zone.
  • Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the State of Utah recommends wearing a cloth face mask in public settings. In accordance with this guideline, anyone approaching personnel working on site should wear a face mask to protect themselves and our team. Visit coronavirus.utah.gov for detailed guidelines for individuals and businesses.

This project is nearly complete. Only a couple of minor work items and project clean-up remain. UDOT would like to thank you all for your patience and cooperation during construction, and invite you to send any feedback, questions, or concerns regarding this project to UDOT’s team using the following contact information:

Email: aalbrecht@pec.us.com

Hotline: 877-495-4240

For more information please visit UDOT’s Website.

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Purpose: There will be two scheduled road closures for utility work/tie-ins for Daybreak Village 3 Multifamily 1

Duration: The first temporary road closure will start July 29th thru August 5th.
The second road closure will start August 6th thru August 13th.

Impact: First road closure will impact Kettle Way (4705 W) between Vermillion Dr. (10295 S) & Oyster Shell Rd. (10230 S).
The second road closure will impact Phoebe Ln. (4660 W) between Vermillion Dr. & Oyster Shell Rd.

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Purpose: Storm Drain Project for the City of South Jordan

Duration: Closures will start August 14, 2020. Completion of the project is expected October 16, 2020.

Location: Vermillion Dr. (10265 S), Lac Vieux Rd. (4410 W), Greers Ferry Way (4325 W), Topview Rd (4360 W), and Clark’s Hill Dr. (4520 W)

Impact: First closure on Vermillion Dr. (10265 S) between Lac Vieux Rd. (4410 W) & Greers Ferry Way (4325 W) starting 8/14/20 – 9/14/20

Second closure on Vermillion Dr. (10265 S) between Topview Rd. (4360 W) & Greers Ferry Way (4325 W) starting 9/14/20 – 9/22/20

Last closure on Vermillion Dr. (10265 S) between Greers Ferry Way (4325 W) & Clark’s Hill Dr. (4520 W) starting 9/22/20 – 10/16/20

Funding: Federal Funding

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Purpose: The replacement of old transite waterlines.

Duration: The project will start August 10, 2020, and will continue for approximately six weeks.

Location: 3010 W. and 10460 S.

Impact: Soft Road Closure. Please see maps below for roads that will be impacted during this time.

Funding: Culinary Water

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Purpose: Roadway improvements are being done.

Duration: Construction starts August 21st and will last for 45 days.

Location: 5395 W between Daybreak Parkway & 11800 S

Impact: Please expect some traffic delays on minor collector roads, potential for hazards, and daytime noise.

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City Projects Map:

Stay up to date with all the South Jordan City Projects. Using the link below, you can click on the colored icons to find the name, description and status of all the active projects in the City.
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