Quality of life, sense on community and high commitment to open space has made West Jordan such a desirable place to live. Located between 900 W. to 8300 W. and 6200 S. to 10200 S.
As late as 1970, West Jordan was largely still a rural area. Then building boomed from 1973 to 1979. The City's population increased 500% to 27,329. In 1988, the population was estimated at 47,500. Population projections at that time, predicted that the City would add a minimum 2,000 new residents a year in this decade and should have reached 50,000 by 1990.
The population of West Jordan as of July 2007 is 76,556
Elevation is 4,370 feet.
Square miles: 30.9
Average age is 25.0
West Valley City
Located between 1100 W. to 7500 W. and 2100 S. to 6200 S.
In just over twenty years of incorporation, West Valley City's population has increased from 72,000 to 122,000 residents and in land area from 17,363 arces to 22,880 acres. The City has added 12 parks, two golf courses, the E Center, the Hale Centre Theatre at Harman Hall and the Family Fitness Center.
In spite of the City's rapid growth and development, City leaders have not lost sight of providing high-quality public safety services to its residents.
The population of West Valley City as of July 2007 is 122,374
Elevation is 4,267 feet.
Square miles: 35.4
Average age is 26.8
There some great affordable homes in West Valley City
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