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History "Herriman is in the southwest sector of the Salt lake Valley on Butterfield Creek. Twenty-two miles northeast is Salt Lake City. The town was first called Butterfield for Thomas Butterfield, who settled there in 1849. Shortly after 1858 Butterfield was renamed Herriman for Henry Herriman, a prominent resident."      John W. Van Cott
11-15-2007 Providence hall Charter school re-locates to south Herriman. Providence hall announced its new location at 4795 Mt. Ogden Peak Dr. (4800 W.) next to the Juniper Point subdivision in S.E. Herriman area.
11-05-2007 Herriman Blackridge Reservoir - According to Herriman city officials , Herriman and Riverton are currently building a 7 acre reservoir in Herriman (at approx. 5300 West 14400 South) in the South East Rosecrest development, which may double as a regional county park for boating and fishing. There will also be a smaller 3 acre reservoir created with fish planted as well.

Update: Blackridge Reservoir
Blackridge Reservoir will be located between Rosecrest Plat P and Plat R. This is a secondary irrigation pond that is anticipated to be complete May 2008. The reservoir will be supplied by a 30" transmission line from a booster pump station from the Welby-Jacob canal. The reservoir will be shared with Riverton and Herriman for secondary water purposes. The 9 acre reservoir will hold 62 acre-feet of water. After the reservoir is complete; restrooms, a fish cleaning station and a sandy beach will be something residence can look forward to enjoying.
04-05-2007 A Salt Lake county southwest recreation center is comming soon to Herriman area. The center is anticipated to be located in Herriman City limits, but the exaxt location is yet to be announced. Salt Lake County has upped the allowance to 20 Million dollars (Hopfully 9 million private funds as well) which will bring even more ammenities to Herriman.
12-21-2006 13400 S. construction project - Construction on widening 13400 south will begin in 2007 and is planned to be completed in 2007. 12600 south is currently being widened and will serve as a viable alternative route while 13400 is under construction.
05-26-2006 Herriman receives new zip code of 84096 starting July 1, 2006. Herriman previously shared zip code 84065 with Riverton and Bluffdale.
03-03-2006 According to Herriman city, Herriman is getting a new splash park at approx. ( 14050 S. Rosecrest Rd. ). The developer hopes to have it completed by Memorial Day 2006.
06-30-2005 Herriman growth top in state according to the Census Bureau, %38.5 growth from 2003-2004.
01-17-2005 Mountain America and Goldenwest credit unions coming soon to Herriman. Jiffy Lube on the way as well.
01-04-2005 Herriman city Newsletter announces new zip code for Herriman likely due mid 2005! Post office possible in year(s) to come.
10-12-2004 Plans are in the works for a new skateboard park in Herriman (6000 W. 13400 S.), though there is debate about the possible location of the skate park.
07-26-2004 The latest U.S. Census Bureau figures show that Herriman led the state in growth in the last year from 4,182 to 5,632 residents (%34). But Herriman officials say the report is very low, suggesting Herriman's population is closer to 10,000, Deseret News reports.
07-19-2004 Good or bad? The Mountain View Corridor (Legacy Hwy) is likely going to run next to Herriman City. Feedback from Herriman residents on this Mountain View Corridor project is requested. Web Email
06-04-2004 Heriman Days is fastly approaching. June 17th Jr. Rodeo - Adults $3, Children 6-12 $2, 5 years and under free, (family of 6 or less $15). June 18-19th - Herriman Rodeo ImPRA Series Adults $5, Children 6-12 $3, 5 years and under free, (family of 6 or less $20). June 25th - Parade (6:00 PM), Dedication Butterfield park (7:30 PM), Clog America Show (8:00 PM), DJ Dance (9:15 PM). June 26th - Step Rock Run 10K, 5K, 1Mile (6:00 AM), Hot air balloon rides (8:00 - 10:00 AM), Park Activities (10:00 AM - 10:00 PM), Jericho Road (8:30 PM), Fireworks (10:00 PM)
01-29-2004 Heriman gets it's first stoplight! Midday Thursday, at the Corner of 13400 S. and 5600 W. (by the new Smiths) in Herriman, workers are busy installing new stop lights.
11-05-2003 Herriman City Council Results. Raquel H. DeLuca - 374 votes Keith Adams - 341 votes Harmon L. Butterfield - 234 votes. Congratulations Raquel and Keith!
10-24-2003 Candidates take stage (Salt Lake Tribune). Raquel H. DeLuca, 52 says keeping taxes low and promoting good land management are cornerstones of her campaign. DeLuca wants to continue what she calls the "great communication" between residents and the council. Keith Adams 36, who was appointed to the council in February, agrees those also will be his concerns. I want to feel that I'm part of the community, and not just because of my address," Adams says. "If you live in a community, you shouldn't just be passive. You should be actively involved ..... securing managed growth in the community will be the No. 1 issue. Harmon L. Butterfield 44,a lifelong resident who is running his first political race, says he wants to bring a business perspective to the council. Butterfield, who owns a trucking business, says he is a fiscal conservative and wants to encourage commercial growth in the city so that residents can spend their money closer to home. "I know taxpayers need to get the biggest bang for their buck," he says. Butterfield says he also wants to manage growth and keep a rural-type setting by blocking high-density developments.
09-16-2003 November 4th Election. State, County and City voting. Herriman City Council Seats voted on (2 seats available), (3 runners - Raquel DeLuca, Keith Adams, Harmon Butterfield)
09-15-2003 November is when your home property taxes are due (Due November 30th). Most people pay their taxes in their monthly mortgage payments. Check with county web sites for details. Property taxes are comprised of County tax, Herriman City tax, school district taxes, ect.

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