South Jordan Fitness Center Reopening
South Jordan Fitness Center will reopen with modified operations June 3. Amenities will be open by reservation and subject to social distancing & current health guidelines. Drop-in visits subject to availability.
Frequently Asked Questions
This transition is part of a joint partnership between South Jordan City and the County to enhance recreation services in South Jordan. Transferring management of the Fitness Center will allow the City to share ownership of the future 160 acre Bingham Creek Regional Park, which the County will break ground on this spring. It will also allow Salt Lake County to maintain programming in the area, following the closure of Marv Jenson Recreation Center on March 31.
Patrons and residents will continue to have a variety of recreation services available from both the City and the County, as well as the option to utilize Salt Lake County Recreation facilities across the valley if they choose to upgrade to an All-County pass.
The Fitness Center has a vibrant and bustling class schedule. Salt Lake County has no plans to eliminate existing classes and has offered positions to all current instructors. Our goal is to retain current classes, programs, and staff to make the transition as smooth as possible.
The County offers adaptive recreation opportunities and will bring some additions to youth sports programming, including Jr. Jazz.
Salt Lake County will take on the programs and events in the Fitness Center, and run a few outdoor youth sports programs (like flag football and t-ball) that the City does not currently operate. South Jordan City will continue to run their outdoor youth and adult recreation programs as well as their community classes and special events (like the marathon).
There are ongoing discussions with the City and Jordan School District, regarding the feasibility of a pool expansion. We will keep patrons and residents informed of any developments.