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SLPD to enforce new curfew along Jordan River Parkway



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SALT LAKE CITY -- New signs along the Jordan River Parkway come as a relief to many neighbors. They let park-goers know a new curfew will be enforced from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m.

Salt Lake City mayor Ralph Becker signed an executive order to limit the parks hours as a result of numerous complaints from residents of illegal activity occurring at the park.

"We can deal with the issues that are occurring there at night, with the graffiti and the transient campers and those types of things," said Salt Lake City police Sgt. Michelle Ross.

Fifty signs go up between 2100 South and 2200 North this week.

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