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Dimple Dell Overlay Zone Back in Discussion as a Possible Permanent Zone Change

The once defunct Dimple Dell Overlay Zone is back in another form for consideration at the behest of the Sandy City Council.

City Council gets projects update from the mayor's office

Sandy City finally approved the Boulder Development Ventures Rezone application and gets update from the mayor's office on several city development projects.

Sandy City in top three juvenile arrest rates over last five years

Arrest data detailed in the Crime in Utah Report shows that Sandy has had the second or third highest juvenile arrest rates in Salt Lake County for the past five years.

Jordan, Alta High Schools get new turf fields

FieldTurf recently completed installing new turf fields and drainage systems for Jordan and Alta High.

Police cadets train for active shooters at Jordan High School

Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training held an active shooter training at Jordan High School on July 5, complete with sim-guns and blanks.

Small Cell Towers: City tries to address new mobile technology

Sandy City is working on code to address potential application of cell carriers to build small cell towers in the city to boost customer data consumption.

Dimple Dell Overlay Zone back in discussion as a possible permanent zone change

The Sandy City Council will continue discussion on a potential zone change surrounding Dimple Dell Park as a permanent rezone instead of an overlay zone in the June 28 City council meeting.

Sandy Fire, ParentsEmpowered campaign to douse youth drinking

Sandy City Fire Department and ParentsEmpowered partnered for an anti-underaged drinking educational campaign that features videos staring Sandy firefighters and custom ads on fire vehicles.

Mayor's Message

It’s that time of year again, when parents are forced to hear the oft-repeated “I’m bored” from their kids. Luckily, Sandy City has no shortage of fun activities to keep every bored kid and exasperated parent happy.

Backyard Bambi to Stay, Urban Deer Removal on Hold in Sandy

Sandy City is not currently considering an urban deer removal program, despite the efforts of citizens for and against such a program in 2014 and the successful conclusion of two Division of Wildlife Resources pilot programs for viable removal methods in July 2015.

 

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