Below is a list of programs the City of West Jordan has available for residents, including money-saving rebates.
Neighborhood Dumpster Program
**Current wait time for a dumpster is about 2 months. Weekends are 2-3 months wait.**
Dumpsters are available to residents free of charge on a first come-first served basis.
Fax, Email or bring completed dumpster form to:
8030 S. 4000 West
Instructions for Emailing the Form
Click on the link for the type of dumpster you want (above).
Save the file where you can easily find it.
Enter your information in the fields at the bottom of the form.
Leave the date requested blank.
Be sure to check the Online Signature Authorization box.
Email the file as an attachment to email@example.com.
When we receive the form, we will call you back with dates available to schedule the dumpster.
Neighborhood Traffic Management ProgramThe Neighborhood Traffic Management Program for local residential streets represents the commitment of the City of West Jordan to the safety and livability of residential neighborhoods. The program provides a process for identifying and addressing problems related to speeding, excessive traffic volume, and safety on streets classified as "local residential streets." Under the program, the engineering department will work with residents within neighborhoods to evaluate the type and severity of traffic problems. If the required approval by residents and the City Council is obtained, the city will install traffic management devices, such as traffic circles, diverters and speed humps, to manage the pattern and flow of neighborhood traffic. Download and review the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program details.
Adopt-A-SPOT Information Sheet
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The Adopt-A-SPOT program is offered by the City of West Jordan Public Works Department to provide civic volunteers an opportunity to help clean City streets and parks and receive public recognition for their efforts. The acronym "SPOT" stands for "Streets, Parks, Open Space and Trails." It is a two-year voluntary commitment to clean up litter in a designated park area or along a designated section of street. Program participation requires a minimum of four cleanups per year. The Public Works Department will erect a sign in the area with the name of the group who has contracted to perform the cleanup.
Landscape Irrigation Rebates
The Central Utah Water Conservancy District will share the costs of purchasing some types of water conserving landscape irrigation equipment. Residents can qualify for up to $275. Download the following Irrigation rebate form for details.
Street Tree Program
Participating in the City's treescape program can yield plenty of green!
Residents can recoup up to 50 percent of the cost of approved trees (up to $25 per tree) when they plant trees from the official Urban Forestry list (see page 2 of the Street Tree Program form below). Residents can be reimbursed for up to two trees, and those living on a corner lot can be reimbursed for up to four trees. Trees must be an approved tree from the official Urban Forestry tree list. The tree must be at least 1 inch in diameter, and you can purchase your tree anywhere. But if you purchase the tree from Glover Nursery, you will also receive a discount. This could make the purchase of your selected trees very reasonable, and you can help the environment at the same time. Download the Street Tree Program form for information.
There are many great tree information sources online. Two to try are Tree Browser and Arbor Day
Information provided to help scouts get their merit badges. 2012 Scout Packet
Utah Home Performance Rebate Program
State rebate program offering up to $2,000 for Utah homeowners looking to make their homes more energy efficient.
For more information on the City's rebates and programs, call 801-569-5100 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.