Tucked away on the third floor of West Jordan’s City Hall is a great little hidden treasure that’s well worth the hunt.
Police and Fire are understaffed, which increases emergency response time. Both entities are asking for an increase in personnel, which is in turn sparking the debate about a property tax raise in August 2018.
The Salt Lake Chamber wants to start a dialogue about housing problems in Utah.
Salt Lake City will soon have a new airport.
The residents and the city council may not always see eye to eye. Where does the fault lie—in misunderstanding, disconnect or gaps in knowledge?
Aug. 14 is a Truth in Taxation meeting: A city council discussion that will decide whether West Jordan residents will see a 20 percent property tax increase for fiscal year 2018–2019.
Ryan Farmer wanted to organize a youth basketball team made up of only boys that would attend West Jordan High School. His vision and determination have helped make them a successful team.
City council drops a request for action to allow city employees to spend $30,000 for a summer party.
A percentage of sales between specific hours will go toward helping the family cover medical bills and expenses while they're trying to return to a normal life and take care of their two daughters.