The groundbreaking for a new $26.5 million public works building on Feb. 16 was a “manifestation of hope” for Justin Rayl and other public works employees, Rayl said.
West Jordan revoked a change of government question set for November’s ballot, but the discussion on the issue will continue.
West Jordan Police Department released the following statement with photos and videos.
The West Jordan City Council is moving forward with a ballot item that could change the city’s form of government despite residents’ requests to slow down and educate the public.
American Industrialism at the turn of the 20th century brought Utah women out of their homes and into the workplace. There they faced inequality and wage disparity.
A 205-acre housing development of nearly 900 units is heading to West Jordan.
West Jordan drivers may now receive a citation for giving panhandlers money or other goods from a lane of traffic.
The City of West Jordan will hold an open house Feb. 23 from 5-7 p.m. at West Hills Middle School, 8270 Grizzly Way, to present information regarding the planned widening of 5600 West between 7800 South and 8600 South.
The $208 million Bangerter project will displace 96 homeowners and two businesses as the land is used to make way for expanded interchanges
Residents to determine city’s government form