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South Jordan Journal

City To Add Finishing Touches To Stretch Of 2700 West

Apr 24, 2015 08:00PM ● By James Luke
The students at Monte Vista Elementary School, worshippers at the LDS Chapel next door, and the growing number of residents who call 2700 West home between 11400 South and 10400 South will all benefit from new sidewalks, curb and gutters and drainage improvements along the length of the west side of the road. Construction is already underway near the south end of the stretch and will be a part of the total improvements under a new resolution adopted by the City Council to fill the funding gap of some $296,000 in the budget for all of the projects involved in the development plan.


Area affected: 
2700 West between 11400 South and 10400 South, west side of street primarily

Projects Proposed:

1. Complete sidewalk along entire west side of street
2. Curb and gutters tied in with driveways to access current properties
3. Water, sewer, and drainage improvements 

General Fund: $700,000

Streetlights budget allocation:   $66,000

Water Operations Fund: $118,855

Transportation Impact Fees: $132,874 

Storm Drain Fund: $541,579

Less sums already expended on project: ($142,455)

Minus Right of Way easements:  ($70,000)

Total project amount (plus 10% contingency fund): $2,346,853

From State of Utah: $1,000,000

From South Jordan: $1,346,853