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03Aug
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30Jul
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By: Rachael Van Cleave On: July 24, 2020 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

UPDATE 10:30 P.M. – Evacuation is over. The operation went as well as it could have and residents who were evacuated may return to their homes safely. The evacuation was originally planned to end 10 a.m. tomorrow morning, but after the second detonation late tonight, authorities confirmed it was safe...

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22Jul
By: Matt Jorgensen On: July 22, 2020 In: Latest News Comments: 0
07Jul
By: Rachael Van Cleave On: July 07, 2020 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

Based on resident feedback and research into numerous options, South Jordan updated its recycling program, the new tagline for which is “Think 4, Recycle More.” The City launched an all new recycling web page at sjc.utah.gov/recycle, residents have received a postcard with the new recycling guide and last week...

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By: Joshua Timothy On: July 07, 2020 In: Uncategorized Comments: 0

Chief Carr introduces an upcoming video series about an enhanced neighborhood watch program. This video series will provide safety tips and information that helps the community work together to continue making South Jordan City a safe place to live.

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01Jul
By: Matt Jorgensen On: July 01, 2020 In: Latest News Comments: 0
16Jun
By: Joshua Timothy On: June 16, 2020 In: Latest News Comments: 0

Dear Residents, As a member of the policing profession for the last 36 years, I am extremely disappointed in the police response that resulted in the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis last month and the ensuing violence and property destruction. As a society, we must be able to...

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16Jun
By: Joshua Timothy On: June 16, 2020 In: Latest News Comments: 0

In May, Fitch Rating Agency performed an analytical review or surveillance of South Jordan City’s finances.  The purpose of this surveillance is to gauge the financial performance and strength of the City specifically related to: 1) Revenue stability, 2) Spending habits and control, and 3) Ability to pay its...

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11Jun
By: Matt Jorgensen On: June 11, 2020 In: Latest News Comments: 0

Every year the South Jordan City Fire Department gets called out to assist ducklings that have fallen into storm drains all around the city. They are used to it and have even perfected their rescue techniques. This past year they have noticed a problem where residents with good intentions...

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