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I was raised on the Avenues where everyone took care of their homes and yards… had Parks to walk to and play in and also saw police always patrolling the streets. Fast forward to …13 years after incorporation By there was much improvement in our City Green Spaces and since incorporation, many Parks were deed and added for residents in West Valley City that I feel would have never been added on the West Side of the County had we not Incorporated. The Police and Fire Departments, as well as other essential services, continue to define who we are as a City with the professional people that work here.

My family has always been on committees volunteering for our great City. Because of my continued love for wanting to make this City Shine, I applied for and came to work for West Valley City in where I am still employed today. I have seen many friends and neighbors become Mayors and members of Council. Some of those leaving their legacy before their sad passing, and some continuing on today to make us strong as a City. And the same goes for employees that I have worked for and with. Loading Close. Do Not Show Again Close. Home Blog. Blog CityView. Jul Mar It has been less than a month since the March 3rd announcement that West Valley City and Real Monarchs are working on a deal to bring the Monarchs to our city.

The announcement opens up a negotiation window for the two sides to work out a deal to have the Monarchs be a permanent part of our community. The new stadium location is currently being discussed but there is a lot of discussion of it being near the Maverik Center. It is expected to seat 8, fans.

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The new stadium could become home to many different sporting events including the Monarchs games, women's professional soccer and many other soccer events. The new stadium, if it ends up being built near the Maverik Center, will be next to a Trax line as well as having bus lines and parking lots all within a couple of blocks making it easy for residents through out the Valley to get to games.

There have been several articles written on the announcement. Here are some articles with further information. We are excited for this chance to bring the Monarchs to West Valley City and see it as another great entertainment option for our residents.

West Valley City has a new way to explore the city. Have you ever heard of Munzee Munzee? It is a way to explore your neighborhood, your city, your state in a kind of scavenger type of way.

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Every month, the first of every month, WVC will be starting up a new Munzee trail game for people to begin exploring the city. This month, you get to explore the city parks. The hunt begins at Peachwood Park West South. Go out and find that QR Code at the park, capture it and you will be led to another park. A total of 5 parks are available for capture.

If you find all Take a few ScavengerSelfies as well so that all of us can cheer you on. For all of the details, visit our Munzee on our website: Happy Hunting and go get 'em! Live Edit Close. Public Notices. Code and Ordinances. City Attorney's Office. Building Inspections. Economic Development.

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