Indian Valley will be getting its new athletic complex.
School district voters approved a bond issue in the general election Tuesday to fund a new football stadium, which will be built on a 19-acre field behind the current baseball/softball fields.
In unofficial totals, the issue passed 2,133 to 1,487. That's 58.92 percent to 41.08 percent.
"Once again, the Indian Valley community has gotten behind our kids," said Superintendent Ira Wentworth. "It's very humbling and we're very grateful."
The new stadium will include a turf field, an eight-lane track, locker rooms and a multi-purpose building for all athletic teams, as well as the band and physical education classes.
The football and track teams currently compete at Kelley Field in Midvale, which will be maintained for middle school and youth teams.
"Just like Kelley Field has served this district since the 1950s, this facility will serve our district for generations to come, and I'm looking forward to the great memories that will be created here," Wentworth said. "We're very grateful to our volunteers and to the entire community for their support."