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West Jordan is the fourth most populated city in Utah, occupying the southwest end of the Salt Lake Valley at an elevation of 4,330 feet. The city is one of the fastest growing in the state of Utah and has emerged as being more than just a suburb of Salt Lake City in recent years. Current major construction projects include the completion of Jordan Landing, the expansion of Jordan Valley Hospital and a transit-oriented development in Midvale.

Population: 104447
Local Newspapers: West Jordan Journal
Local Sports Teams: Real Salt Lake (MLS soccer) Utah Jazz (NBA)
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Zip Codes associated with west jordan, utah: 84084 84088
Towns/Cities near west jordan, utah : South Jordan Midvale Riverton Bluffdale Herriman

West Jordan News
House committee advances bill requiring more polling places, other changes for voters

Voters wait in a long line at the Bingham Creek Library in West Jordan on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016.A bill that would make a number of changes to how Utahns vote, including adding more polling places, was advanced Tuesday by the House Government Operations Committee. SALT LAKE CITY - A bill that would make a number of changes to how Utahns vote, including adding more polling places, was advanced Tuesday by the House Government Operations Committee.

Kirby: Utah's - Zion' owes a big thanks to the Chinese - and so do my cannon-firing buddies

The Salt Lake Tribune) Aly and Alex Cooper pet Forrest, a dog brought by Salt Lake County Animal Services pr... The Salt Lake Tribune) Dancers from Salt Lake Chinese Dance Arts perform a fan dance at the Chinese New Year... The Salt Lake Tribune) Dancers from the Leah Chinese Arts Dance School perform at the Chinese New Year Celebration at the County Library's Viridian Event Center in West Jordan, Saturday Feb. 17, 2018. The Salt Lake Tribune) Rebecca Rogness of the Leah Chinese Arts Dance School performs The Little Girl in the Flowers at the Chinese New Year Celebration at the County Library's Viridian Event Center in West Jordan, Saturday Feb. 17, 2018.

Brainiacs all, Wasatch Front's top high school seniors compete to become Sterling Scholars

Sitting in a booth in the cafeteria of Copper Hills High School, Herriman High School senior Sabrina Lin drew a deep breath and attempted to explain her passion for the visual arts. "When I was really young, my parents originally had a goal for me to be in a professional career because that makes money and they wanted their children to be well off, especially my mom," Lin said.

Panel OKs bill creating sex assault reporting guidelines for Utah universities

Legislation trying to balance confidentiality for college students who report sexual assaults to school administrators and informing police to protect against potential campus predators drew criticism from victim advocates in a Utah House committee hearing Thursday. Rep. Kim Coleman, R-West Jordan, wants to create guidelines for when universities may report incidents to local police when they see a clear and significant threat to the campus community.

Threats to college and university campuses may outweigh the privacy...

Tribune file photo) Rep. Kim Coleman, R-West Jordan, as seen in in the Utah House of Representatives onThursday. Coleman is sponsoring HB254, which would give Utah college and university administrators the ability to report allegations of sexual assault to police against a victim's wishes, under certain circumstances.

Betty Elaine Iverson

Betty Elaine Iverson, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend, passed away peacefully at the young age of 90 on Feb. 8, 2018, surrounded by her loving family and friends.She was born Aug. 25, 1927, to Delbert C. Hammond and Marcella Kirk Hammond in Tooele, Utah, where she lived nearly all of her life.She married DeVon ... (more)

Letter: Opposed to Coleman's watershed bill

In Rep. Kim Coleman's, R-West Jordan, "Guiding Principles," she states, "I believe the best ideas and solutions come from people, not parties." If this is the case, why doesn't Coleman listen to the voice of the hundreds of thousands of people who seek solitude, inspiration and recreation in the Wasatch range, never mind the unique diversity of plants, wintering elk and the critical watershed? If put into effect, her proposed HB255 would prohibit the use of watershed or open space dollars outside of a city's municipal boundaries.

Court delays sentencing for former Utah corrections officer

A former Utah Department of Corrections officer who was arrested last year after being on the run for nearly a decade is scheduled to be sentenced in April. The Deseret News reports 41-year-old William Lawrence had pleaded guilty to forcible sex abuse in 2007, but he failed to appear in court for sentencing in April 2008.

Are major water reforms poised to take a dive?

Lake Mary in Brighton on Thursday, July 28, 2016. The state's Executive Water Task Force recommended studying controversial water law reform proposals over interim instead of approving bills.

Committee approves telehealth mental health pilot for schools

The House Education Committee endorsed legislation Monday that would create a two-year telehealth mental health pilot program that could be accessed by a limited number of public schools. Rep. Ken Ivory, R-West Jordan, sponsor of HB308 , said there is tremendous need for mental health services in Utah schools such as crisis intervention and to buttress the labors of the extremely limited number of school counselors and social workers.

Photos: Family, friends hold candlelight vigil for missing West Jordan couple

Jerry McFalls Jr., of Woods Cross, speaks at a vigil for his parents, Jerry and Susan McFalls, while standing next to his wife, Meridee, at Heartland Elementary School in West Jordan on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018. Jerry and Susan McFalls, who live in West Jordan, disappeared from their second home in Littlefield, Arizona, a month ago.

3 news A Utah man accused of kidnapping and killing a 6-year-old girl ...

The Salt Lake Tribune Terry Lee Black appears at his competency hearing in West Jordan District Court, Thursday, February, 8, 2018. Black is accused of kidnapping, raping and killing 6-year-old Sierra Newbold in 2012.

Two bills to significantly affect voting in Utah

Voters wait in a long line at the Bingham Creek Library in West Jordan on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016. Some voters waited for several hours to cast a ballot.

1 news Public invited to weigh in on off-leash dog parks in Salt Lake ...

Tribune file photo) Dogs, and dog owners enjoy themselves at the dog park inside Herman Franks Park on 700 E. near 1300 South, Aug. 25, 2016. Salt Lake County is hosting several open houses to gather public feedback on six candidate sites for regional off-leash dog parks.

Bill that carves out rule-making authority over college civil liberties issues moves to House

A bill that would create limited rule-making authority over the Utah System of Higher Education with respect to civil liberties issues was endorsed by the House Education Committee on Monday. The bill's sponsor Rep. Kim Coleman, R-West Jordan, said although the state system of higher education is not subject to rule-making, HB116 carves out "an exception to the exception" because college students' exercise of their civil liberties should be expressly protected by the Utah Legislature.

2 news Court denies appeal for former Utah bus driver convicted of...

The Salt Lake Tribune Former Canyons School District bus driver John Carrell and defense attorney Ron Yengich listen as the prosecution asks for the maximum sentence for Carrell. Carrell, who was convicted by a jury in July of 19 counts of first-degree felony aggravated sexual abuse of a child for molesting two of his young passengers, was sentenced to 15 years to life by Judge L. Douglas Hogan in Third District Court, October 6, 2015 in West Jordan.

Photos: All aboard! Public checks out latest in mass transit

Jennifer Hosie, of West Jordan, explores a bus from the Utah Transit Authority's new articulated bus rapid transit fleet outside the Capitol in Salt Lake City on Friday, Feb. 2, 2018. Jennifer Hosie, of West Jordan, explores a bus from the Utah Transit Authority's new articulated bus rapid transit fleet during the Legislature's Transit Day the Capitol in Salt Lake City on Friday.

Feds arrest 4 arrested in Utah-based pill pressing operation

Four people were arrested and multiple search warrants were served in several states Friday as agents from the Drug Enforcement Administration attempted to dismantle a counterfeit pill operation based in Utah. Brian Besser, assistant special agent-in-charge of the DEA in Utah, said Friday's arrests marked the culmination of a year-long investigation into a counterfeit tableting operation suspected of producing fake oxycodone and Xanax pills.

No new hepatitis A cases confirmed at restaurants, store

Health officials in Utah say they haven't confirmed any new cases of hepatitis A in connection with infected workers at two restaurants a convenience store. The Salt Lake Tribune reports neither Salt Lake or Utah county has discovered any new cases of the disease since sounding the alarm last month, though the disease's long incubation time means it's still possible.

West Jordan 4-H'er wins STEM award, $5,000 scholarship

Jeff Smith of Draper walks Champ before his daughter's 4-H Market Steer Class competition at the Salt Lake County Fair at the Salt Lake County Fairgrounds in South Jordan on Thursday, August 11, 2011. WEST JORDAN - The National 4-H Council announced Wednesday that Cassandra Ivie, 17, is the winner of the 2018 4-H Youth in Action Pillar Award for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

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