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Bangerter Highway 114th South Junction Update

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You may have heard that Bangerter Highway is currently undergoing a series of updates to ease congestion. These updates involve bypassing the traffic lights at junctions by either building a flyover or underpass. While both the 104th and 114th exist will

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Welby Regional Park Coming to South Jordan in 2017?

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If you don’t know about Welby Regional Park, it’s a new Salt Lake County park to be situated just to the north of Daybreak. But this will not be just another run of the mill park, it will be the largest park

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South Jordan Agree $38 Million Bond for Daybreak Expansion

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South Jordan City Council recently ratified a $38 million bond to develop 1100 acres along the southwest end of Daybreak. The money will be used to provide the infrastructure needed for the Daybreak expansion, and accelerate commercial development along Mountain

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UDOT to Covert Bangerter Highway 114th South to Freeway Style Interchange

UDOT recently announced an environmental study to look at adding a flyover to the 114th South Bangerter Highway exit (114th South is the southern entrance to Daybreak). This is part of a larger project to allow for the easier movement

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South Jordan City to Takeover Oquirrh Lake

When Daybreak was formed part of the agreement was that Oquirrh Lake and several Daybreak parks would be passed over to South Jordan. In fact, several parks including Calendar Square, Sunrise Mountain, and Hillside Park are already under South Jordan

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Giant Welby Park Could Be Coming Soon

While there are a number of large parks in the Salt Lake County area, the one area where they are lacking, is in the southwest part of the Salt Lake Valley. This may well to about to change with the

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South Jordan Halt Building of High Density Housing

After push back from local residents South Jordan council have halted the approval of all new high density housing projects. After a public hearing and meeting on the 3rd of March 2014 a 3:2 vote by South Jordan City Council

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