American Industrialism at the turn of the 20th century brought Utah women out of their homes and into the workplace. There they faced inequality and wage disparity.
The Taylorsville City Council has approved zoning code changes to clean up some language that previously had nearly every gas station in the city “accidentally” in violation.
Members of the Taylorsville Youth Council met with elected officials and learned about how government works during the annual Local Officials Day at the Legislature.
Work on a new Taylorsville City neighborhood park will resume this spring at a site that’s been popular to area residents for decades.
The Taylorsville City Green Committee is gearing up for its annual recycling collection event, to be held on Earth Day.
The $208 million Bangerter project will displace 96 homeowners and two businesses as the land is used to make way for expanded interchanges
Taylorsville City cleaned up its ordinances concerning parking space requirements for call centers.
Sherrie Swensen, Salt Lake County Clerk, wants to remind voters that this is a Vote-By-Mail Election.
Rep. Norm Thurston's proposed draft legislation for the upcoming session
With the growth in our community, locating our buildings closer to the people we service makes good financial sense, and makes County government more efficient.