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20Oct
By: Rachael Van Cleave On: October 20, 2020 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

Halloween is a festive and fun time of the year for kids, but for parents trick-or-treat time can be a little tricky. Sometimes the fun turns to cruel tricks — like when people tamper with kids’ treats. There’s also the extra consideration of COVID-19 this year as many parents...

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06Oct
By: Joshua Timothy On: October 06, 2020 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

The South Jordan Fire Department is committed to the safety of the community with a goal of reducing home fires and home fire injuries. In light of the restrictions related to COVID-19, many in our community are spending more time cooking at home. As a result of the increased...

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06Oct
By: Rachael Van Cleave On: October 06, 2020 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

** The dropbox at South Jordan City Hall is OUTSIDE the building on the east side next to the flag poles** It’s almost time for the general election. You may be wondering what has changed this year due to the pandemic. Below is what you can expect for the...

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01Oct
By: Matt Jorgensen On: October 01, 2020 In: Latest News Comments: 0
By: Rachael Van Cleave On: September 21, 2020 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

Last week, The City of South Jordan was awarded the 2020 Bill Daniels Ethical Leadership Award in Government Bill from the Daniels Fund, the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at the University of Utah David Eccles School of Business and the Community Foundation of Utah. Nine businesses, nonprofits, and government...

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15Sep
By: Rachael Van Cleave On: September 15, 2020 In: Latest News Comments: 0

If you haven’t yet responded to the Census, you have likely had enumerators come to your door. Now is your last chance. The 2020 Census ends on September 30. If you have filled out the Census, you may get a follow-up call from the Census Bureau to validate the information...

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15Sep
By: Joshua Timothy On: September 15, 2020 In: Latest News Comments: 0

In 1829, Sir Robert Peel penned the “principles of law enforcement,” which contains nine short principles that are as relevant today as they were in 1829. One of those principles says, “The police are the public and the public are the police.” In other words, the police rely on...

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15Sep
By: Joshua Timothy On: September 15, 2020 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

For many, 2020 seems reminiscent of the R.E.M. song “It’s the End of the World as We Know it.” It has certainly been a year filled with unexpected occurrences, many of which caught more than a few folks unprepared. We have an on-going pandemic, we’ve had the biggest Utah...

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01Sep
By: Joshua Timothy On: September 01, 2020 In: Latest News Comments: 0

Mayor Dawn Ramsey and City Council met at City Park for a ribbon cutting ceremony, officially opening the new pickleball courts at City Park (11000 S. Redwood Rd) and Highland Park (6232 W. Lake Ave). These courts have been highly requested from South Jordan City residents and we are...

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01Sep
By: Matt Jorgensen On: September 01, 2020 In: Latest News Comments: 0

South Jordan City will be delaying the closure of the splash pad located at Oquirrh Shadows Park until Sunday, September 27th. The splash pad will be open from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm. The splash pad is located at 4000 W. South Jordan Parkway. Check out more information about...

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