For the second year in a row, the Draper Police Department invited local fifth-grade students to enter an artwork contest to design the department’s 2014 holiday card.
Salt Lake County is in the midst of an unprecedented transformation. We’re at a point in time where we can either shape the future that we choose, or sit back and let the future shape us.
It is a wonderful way to serve the public and to brush up on your own knowledge of the history of Draper and the residents.
There’s a ton of great family fun planned in the Draper community. The Draper City Journal has tried to round up information on as many as we can below.
“As a college graduate, I support this initiative wholeheartedly,” Walker said. “We are striving to ensure that students in Draper City are college and career-ready when they graduate high school.”
“I didn’t realize the sheer magnitude of what I had sent out to accomplish,” Greg said. “I got to learn about and experience many different areas above those commonly known in scouting.”
A referendum defeating the Traverse Ridge Special Services District’s budget and certified tax rate was overwhelmingly passed by voters Nov. 4, according to City Recorder Rachelle Conner.
It was because of the Festival of Trees last year that they found one another and formed a friendship of understanding and encouragement.
ZAP truly is you, and me, and our neighbors and friends. It means that all of us are able to enjoy a multitude of events, facilities and activities that enhance our quality of life here—many of them free of charge.
A new and unique park on a 64-acre parcel of land has begun to take shape in southeast Draper.