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About: west valley, utah

West Valley City is located in northern Utah, just outside of Salt Lake City. It is home to the USANA Amphitheatre, a 20,000 seat outdoor amphitheater. The amphitheatre has hosted several concerts featuring artists such as Metallica, Rush, Bob Dylan, Journey, Jessica Simpson, Phish, Prinice, Dave Matthews Band, Poison and Linkin Park. The amphitheatre offers a view of the Wasatch Mountains, providing concertgoers with a unique outdoor concert experience.

Population: 108896
Local Newspapers: The Herald Journal, Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News Courier
Local Sports Teams: Utah Jazz, Utah Starzz, Utah Grizzlies
Local Colleges: State UniversityEverest College

Zip Codes associated with west valley, utah: 84119, 84120, 84123, 84128
Towns/Cities near west valley, utah : Kearns, Magna, Glendale, Oquirrh

West Valley News
West Valley City prepping all its officers for body cameras

West Valley police officer Wade Wright talks about how the camera feels and how he feels about using it, as police officers receive their new body cameras Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015, and are instructed on their use. On Monday, every officer in the West Valley City Police Department will hit the streets equipped with a body camera.

UTA says ridership increased by 1 million in 2014

The Utah Transit Authority reported Wednesday that ridership rose by 1 million passengers last year, up just over 2 percent from the previous year. The data were released at the agency's monthly working meeting of the Finance and Operations Committee.

Police hope crosswalk stings will emphasize auto-pedestrian safety

Wednesday, West Valley police conducted crosswalk safety operations on a couple of streets in an effort to get drivers to pay attention to the road, and particularly to pedestrians. Wednesday, West Valley police conducted crosswalk safety operations on a couple of streets in an effort to get drivers to pay attention to the road, and particularly to pedestrians.

West Valley City settles wrongful death lawsuit with Danielle Willard's family

The Salt Lake Tribune) Melissa Kennedy, the mother of Danielle Willard who was killed by officer Shaun Cowley, sits down for an interview on Main street in Salt Lake City on Friday, Oct. 10, 2014. Charges were dropped against the former West Valley police officer.

West Jordan OKs $75K payment to end nasty legal feud

West Jordan has quietly approved a $75,000 payment to the city's Justice Court clerk supervisor to settle a federal lawsuit alleging she was sexually harassed, threatened and lied to in violation of her civil rights. The settlement, approved on a 6-1 vote of the City Council in a special Saturday meeting, appears to close the door on a nasty internal battle that for more than three years had pitted city officials and prosecutors against the Justice Court.