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  • EAGLE MOUNTAIN
    (www.emcity.org)

    Eagle Mountain claims to have captured the perfect “neighborhood feel” in an urban location. Located on the west side of Utah Lake, Eagle Mountain is the third largest city in Utah in terms of land area. This city was incorporated in 1996, and has grown from 250 residents to more than 25,000 since. The city boasts of quiet and safe neighborhoods with wide, open spaces and a strong sense of community. Eagle Mountain is home to the Historic Pony Express Museum as well as an annual Pony Express Days festival, as the actual trail ran through the city when in operation. Eagle Mountain is the first city in Utah to open a city park designed for mountain bikers. Mountain Ranch Bike Park attracts riders of all skill levels to try out various dirt jumps, a pump track, and other tracks.

    Mayor:

    Mayor Christopher Pengra

    Parks and Recreation:

    1650 E. Stagecoach Run, Eagle Mountain, UT
    (801) 789-6664
    www.eaglemountaincity.org/departments/public-works/parks-department

    Population:

    Current Population: 24,217
    91.9% White alone
    0.6% Black or African American alone
    0.5% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    0.6% Asian alone
    0.6% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    3.1% Two or more races
    8.6% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 5,352
    Median Household Income: $68,408
    Below poverty level: 6.5%

    School District:
    Alpine School District
    575 N 100 E American Fork, UT 84003
    (801) 610-8400

    Police:
    Eagle Mountain Police Department
    1680 Heritage Dr, Eagle Mountain, UT
    (801) 794-3970

    Fire:

    Eagle Mountain Fire Department - Unified Fire Authority
    1680 Heritage Drive, Eagle Mountain, UT 84005
    (801) 794-7200 




  • ELK RIDGE
    (www.elkridgecity.org)

    Elk Ridge is a beautiful hillside community located in the southeast portion of Utah County. This small town was incorporated in 1976 and then incorporated as a city in November of 2000. Elk Ridge offers an excellent selection of community parks, pavilions, and trails for family recreation. Though the city does not have its own sports program, Elk Ridge works closely with Salem to offer residents a wide variety of active and competitive fun.

    Mayor:
    Mayor Hal Shelley

    Parks and Recreation:

    Call the city office at (801) 423-2300 to reserve pavilions.
    Elk Ridge does not currently offer recreation programs. They suggest you use:
    Salem Recreation
    60 North 100 East Salem, UT
    (801) 423-1035
    www.salemcity.org/salem-recreation-department.htm

    Population:
    Current Population: 2500
    94.99% White alone
    0.27% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    0.22% Asian alone
    0.76% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    1.47% Two or more races
    3.26% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 550
    Median Household Income: $65,511
    Below poverty level: 4.0%

    School District:
    Alpine School District
    alpineschools.org
    575 N 100 E American Fork, UT
    (801) 610-8400

    Nebo School District
    www.nebo.edu/
    1025 S 250 W, Salem, UT 84653
    (801) 423-2705

    Police:
    Salem Police Department
    30 W 100 S Salem, UT
    (801) 423-2770

    Fire:

    Woodland Hills Fire Department
    690 S Woodland Hills Road, Woodland Hills, UT 84653
    (801) 423 423-3620




  • HIGHLAND
    (www.highlandcity.org)

    Highland was settled in the 1870s by Scottish Mormon immigrants who gave the city its name because of its resemblance to the highlands of Scotland. Highland is seated between Alpine, Cedar Hills, Lehi, and American Fork. Highland is home to many outdoor hotspots like Timpanogos Cave National Monument, Alpine Scenic Loop Byway, and Battlecreek Falls. Join in the outdoor sites and come to Highland’s annual celebration of its history and culture with parades, art shows, car shows, contests and more at the summer festival, ”Fling Days.”

    Mayor:

    Mayor Mark Thompson

    Parks and Recreation:

    Highland does not currently have a recreation program. They suggest you use:
    Cedar Hills Recreation
    Greg Gordon (801) 785-9668
    www.cedarhills.org/recreation/youth-sports

    Population:
    Current Population: 17,011
    95.9% White alone
    0.5% Black or African American alone
    0.2% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    0.7% Asian alone
    0.7% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    1.5% Two or more races
    2.8% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 3550
    Median Household Income: $105,944
    Below poverty level: 4.7%
    School District:
    Alpine School District
    alpineschools.org
    575 N 100 E American Fork, UT
    (801) 610-8400
     
    Police:
    Lone Peak Police Department
    5400 Town Center W #3, Highland, UT 84003
    (801) 756-9800

    Fire:
    Highland Fire Department
    Pkwy W Dr Highland, UT 84003
    (801) 763-5365

     




  • LEHI
    (www.lehi-ut.gov)

    Lehi, located just west of the 1-15 freeway, near the point of the mountain, boasts of being a place “custom built for families.” Lehi is the northernmost community in the Utah Valley and was incorporated in 1852. The city’s slogan, “Lehi is a good place to live,” is backed up by safe communities, a growing economy, and endless recreation opportunities. Lehi has undergone an economic transformation in recent years, welcoming several large and high-tech companies such as Adobe Systems, Xactware, XanGo, and IM Flash Technologies. Lehi is also home to attractions like the renowned Thanksgiving Point and the Traverse Mountain Outlets. There is no shortage of things to see and do throughout all seasons of the year in Lehi!

    Mayor:
    Mayor Bert Wilson

    Parks and Recreation:
    Legacy Center
    123 N Center Street Lehi, Ut 84043
    (801) 768-7124
    www.lehi-ut.gov/discover/legacy-center/

    Population:
    Current Population: 54,382
    92.7% White alone
    0.4% Black or African American alone
    0.4% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    1.4% Asian alone
    0.8% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    2.5% Two or more races
    6.4% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 12731
    Median Household Income: $72894
    Below poverty level: 6.3%

    School District:
    Alpine School District
    alpineschools.org
    575 N 100 E American Fork, UT
    (801) 610-8400

    Police:
    Lehi Police Department
    580 W State Road, Lehi, UT 84043
    (801) 768-7110

    Fire:
    Lehi Fire Station 81
    176 North Center Street Lehi, UT 84043
    (801) 768-7130

     




  • LINDON
    (www.lindoncity.org)

    Lindon is located in northern Utah County, bordered by Pleasant Grove to the north and Orem to the south. This city was named after the Linden tree, and was incorporated in 1924. Lindon has a small-town feel while offering all of the amenities and services residents could need. In 2013, Lindon received a rank wihtin CNN Money Magazine’s “100 Best Small Cities to Live in America.” Lindon offers an abundance of city recreation as well as access to parks, trails, and other outdoor destinations. Lindon hosts an annual themed Lindon Days Fair in August as well.

    Mayor:
    Mayor Jeff Acerson

    Parks and Recreation:
    Lindon Parks and Recreation
    25 North Main Street Lindon, UT 84042
    (801) 769-8637
    www.lindoncity.org/parks-and-recreation.htm

    Population:
    Current Population: 10611
    91.8% White alone
    0.5% Black or African American alone
    0.4% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    1.3% Asian alone
    0.4% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    2.9% Two or more races
    7.1% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 2494
    Median Household Income: $89286
    Below poverty level: 9.9%

    School District:
    Alpine School District
    alpineschools.org
    575 N 100 E American Fork, UT
    (801) 610-8400
     
    Police:
    Lindon Police Department
    100 N State St, Lindon, UT 84042
    (801) 769-8600

    Fire:

    Lindon Fire Department
    35 W 60 N St Lindon, UT 84042
    (801) 229-7327 






  • MAPLETON
    (www.mapleton.org)

    Mapleton is located between Hobble Creek and the Spanish Fork River. This city was officially incorporated in 1948, though it was used much earlier by settlers for farming and livestock. The Spanish Fork Peak sits in the center of Mapleton, and has been given the unofficial name of “Maple Mountain” by residents. Mapleton has preserved its rural, agricultural atmosphere, but has also experienced significant growth and development. Today residents enjoy the growing community, parks and recreation, and city events offered in Mapleton.

    Mayor:
    Mayor Brian Wall

    Parks and Recreation:

    Mapleton City Parks and Recreation
    125 West 400 North, Mapleton, UT 84664
    (801) 806-9114
    parksandrec.mapleton.org

    Population:
    Current Population: 8784
    95.0% White alone
    0.3% Black or African American alone
    0.3% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    0.5% Asian alone
    0.4% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    2.5% Two or more races
    3.5% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 1968
    Median Household Income: $86,196
    Below poverty level: 4.8%

    School District:
    Nebo School District
    350 South Main Street, Spanish Fork, UT 84660
    (801) 354-7400
    www.nebo.edu/

    Police:
    Mapleton Police Department
    35 E Maple Street, Mapleton, UT 84664
    (801) 491-8048

    Fire:

    Mapleton Fire Department
    305 North Main Street, Mapleton, UT 84664
    (801) 489-9668 




  • OREM
    (www.orem.org)

    Orem is located just north of Provo, and just east of Utah Lake. This city is considered by many to be the commercial capital of Central Utah and has been recognized for its fast-growing business sector. In recent years, Orem has become the fifth-largest city in Utah. Orem has much to offer, including Utah Valley University, a former community college that has risen in size and prestige. This university is one of the only Open Enrollment Universities in the United States. UVU is the fastest growing university in the state of Utah. The city is also home to minor league baseball team Orem Owlz and offers annual events like the Orem Summerfest and the Timpanogos Storytelling Festival. Top employers in Orem include Utah Valley University, Alpine School District, and TImpanogos Regional Hospital.

    Mayor:
    Mayor Richard Brunst

    Parks and Recreation:

    City of Orem Department of Recreation
    580 West 165 South Orem, UT
    (801) 229-7154
    www.oremrecreation.com

    Population:
    Current Population: 91,648
    84.5% White alone
    0.7% Black or African American alone
    0.9% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    1.9% Asian alone
    1.0% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    3.2% Two or more races
    16.1% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 25,969
    Median Household Income: $52,960
    Below poverty level: 16.6%

    School District: Alpine School District
    alpineschools.org
    575 N 100 E American Fork, UT
    (801) 610-8400
     
    Police:
    Orem Police Department
    95 E Center St., Orem, UT 84057
    (801) 229-7070

    Fire:
    Orem Fire Department
    300 E 1000 S St Orem, UT
    (801) 229-7021 




  • PAYSON
    (www.paysonutah.org)

    Payson is located on the southeast end of Utah County. The city was founded in 1850, and incorporated just three years later in 1853. Today, Payson has a significant number of scottish descendants and hosts an annual Scottish Heritage Festival in July to celebrate this demographic. They also host annual Onion Days Festival in September. Payson memorializes its heritage through places like historic Main street and the Peteetneet Museum and Cultural Arts Center, which pays homage to the Ute Indians who previously occupied the land. Locals enjoy Payson for its abundant land and outdoor resources, which are frequently used for recreational shooting, ATVs, and hiking. Payson is also home to a beautiful mountain drive up to the picturesque Payson Lakes.

    Mayor:

    Mayor Rick Moore

    Parks and Recreation:
    Payson City Parks and Recreation
    439 W. Utah Ave Payson, Ut 84651
    (801) 465-5200
    www.paysonutah.org/parks_rec.main.html#

    Population:
    Current Population: 19,154
    90.4% White alone
    0.3% Black or African American alone
    0.6% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    0.4% Asian alone
    0.3% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    2.0% Two or more races
    13.3% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 5,105
    Median Household Income: $59,250
    Below poverty level: 11.3%

    School District:
    Nebo School District
    350 South Main Street Spanish Fork, UT 84660
    (801) 354-7400
    www.nebo.edu
     
    Police:
    Payson Police Department
    388 E 100 N Payson, UT 84651
    (801) 465-2235

    Fire:
    Payson Fire Department
    439 W Utah Ave Payson, UT 84651
    (801) 465-5252 





  • PROVO
    (www.provo.org)

    Provo, the “heart of Utah County,” is located between the mountains and the east side of Utah Lake . This city is home to the prestigious private university, Brigham Young University. Though technically a “college town,” Provo has a vibrant variety of residents and a vast family life. Provo serves as a hub for a wide range of activities-- from performing arts to hiking. Provo River provides the perfect setting for tubing, kayaking, and fishing. The Provo Canyon has countless places to picnic, hike, and camp, and leads up the canyon to Robert Redford’s world-renowned Sundance Resort. Visitors to Provo enjoy strolling along its historic downtown, grabbing food at one of its countless food trucks, and touring the many free attractions offered at BYU. Provo also houses innovation in many forms-- Nu Skin is located in downtown Provo, and Provo is the second city to welcome Google Fiber. Provo was recently ranked the No. 1 Fastest-Growing Metro Area for Residents and riches by selfstorage.com.

    Mayor:
    Mayor John Curtis

    Parks and Recreation:

    Provo Recreation Center
    320 W 500 N Provo, Ut 84601
    (801) 852-6600
    www.provo.org/departments/recreation

    Population:
    Current Population: 116,288
    84.8% White alone
    0.7% Black or African American alone
    0.8% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    2.5% Asian alone
    1.1% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    3.4% Two or more races
    15.2% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 31,909
    Median Household Income: $39,688
    Below poverty level: 31.8%

    School District:
    Provo School District
    280 West 940 North Provo, UT 84604
    (801) 374-4800
    provo.edu/schools/
     
    Police:
    Provo Police Department
    48 S 300 W Provo, UT
    (801) 852-6210

    Fire:

    Provo Fire Department
    80 S 300 W Provo, UT 84601
    (801) 852-6300

     




  • PLEASANT GROVE
    (www.plgrove.org)

    Pleasant Grove, also called the “City of Trees” is situated between American Fork and Lindon. This city was originally called Battle Creek by Mormon Settlers, but later changed to Pleasant Grove and incorporated in 1855. Pleasant Grove is well known for Utah’s longest continuing community celebration, called Strawberry Days. This summer festival includes a rodeo, parades, a carnival, a variety of other activities. Pleasant Grove is also known for its attractions like the interactive and educational Christa McAuliffe Space Education Center, the seasonal activities at Hee Haw’s Farm, and the gorgeous LDS Mount TImpanogos Temple.

    Mayor:

    Mayor Michael W. Daniels

    Parks and Recreation:
    Pleasant Grove Recreation
    547 South Locust Ave Pleasant, Grove Ut 84062
    (801) 785-6172
    rec.plgrove.org

    Population:
    Current Population: 34,988
    92.1% White alone
    0.5% Black or African American alone
    0.4% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    0.9% Asian alone
    0.6% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    2.6% Two or more races
    7.7% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 9507
    Median Household Income: $63,110
    Below poverty level: 10.7%

    School District:
    Alpine School District
    alpineschools.org
    575 N 100 E American Fork, UT
    (801) 610-8400
     
    Police:
    The Pleasant Grove Police Department
    87 E 100 S Pleasant Grove, UT
    (801) 785-3506

    Fire: The Pleasant Grove Fire Department
    92 E 100 S Pleasant Grove, UT
    (801) 796-9496

     



  • ALPINE
    (www.alpinecity.org)

    Alpine City is nestled at the base of the Wasatch Mountain Range on the northern border of Utah County. This quaint town received its name in 1850 because the town reminded Latter-day Saint prophet Brigham Young of the Swiss Alps. Though this city has farming roots, it also boasts technological advancement and economic development in the past years. Alpine is known for it’s scenic drive through the Alpine Loop, as well as some great hiking trails like Horsetail Falls.

    Mayor:
    Mayor Don Watkins
    (801) 592-4237

    Parks & Recreation:
     
    Alpine does not have a Parks and Recreation center. Residents are encouraged to use:
    American Fork City Recreation
    www.afcity.org/290/Sports-Recreation
    (801) 763-3080
    454 N. Center Street American Fork, UT 84003

    Population:
    Current Population: 10,024
    95.7% White
    2.4% Hispanic
    0.9% Asian Alone
    0.6% Black or African American, alone
    0.2% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    0.1% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    1.8% Two or more races

    Number of Households: 2529
    Median Household Income: $72,880
    Below poverty level: 3.1%

    School District: 
    Alpine School District
    alpineschools.org
    (801) 610-8400
    575 N 100 E American Fork, UT 

    Police: 
    Lone Peak Police
    (801) 756-9800
    5400 W Civic Center Dr, Ste #1 Highland, UT 84003

    Fire: 
    Lone Peak Fire
    (801) 763-5365
    558 Parkway West Drive Highland, UT 84003 




  • SALEM
    (www.salemcity.org)

    The city of Salem sits at the southeast end of Utah County. Salem was known as “Summer Spring” by the native tribes in the area, and later known as “Pond Town” by early settlers. It finally received its name of “Salem” in the 1850’s and was incorporated in 1920. Salem has several citywide events for guests to enjoy, including Pond Town Christmas and the Miss Salem pagaent. Their biggest event is the annual Salem Days, which takes place in August and includes concerts, contests, car shows, parades, fun runs, movies, a rodeo, and other activities.

    Mayor:

    Mayor Randy Brailsford

    Parks and Recreation:
    Salem City Recreation Department
    60 North 100 East Salem, UT
    (801) 423-1035
    www.salemcity.org/salem-recreation-department.htm

    Population:
    Current Population:6,928
    96.5% White alone
    0.5% Black or African American alone
    0.4% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    0.4% Asian alone
    0.3% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    1.0% Two or more races
    3.6% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 1840
    Median Household Income: $72,394
    Below poverty level: 8.2%

    School District:
    Nebo School District
    350 South Main, Spanish Fork, UT 84660
    (801) 354-7400
    www.nebo.edu
     
    Police:
    Salem Police Department
    30 W 100 S Salem, UT 84653
    (801) 423-2770

    Fire:
    Salem Fire Department
    30 W 100 S Salem, UT 84653
    (801) 423-2770

     




  • SANTAQUIN
    (www.santaquin.org)

    Santaquin is located on the southeast side of Utah County, just south of Salem. This city was first settled in late 1851 and was named after the son of the friendly local Indian Chief Guffich. The city is known for it’s abundant agriculture, particularly in fruit farming. It is recognized as the Utah Farming Heritage District. One jewel of Santaquin is “The Red Barn,” which houses fresh produce, handmade donuts, and hand-churned ice cream, as well as seasonal activities throughout the year. Santaquin Canyon, Nebo National Scenic Byway, and the Mona Reservoir provide guests with ample resources for outdoor activities like hiking, rock climbing, swimming, and camping.

    Mayor:

    Mayor Kirk Hunsaker

    Parks and Recreation:

    Santaquin City Recreation
    275 West Main Street Santaquin, UT 84655
    (801) 754-3211
    http://www.santaquin.org/index.php/component/content/article/46-leisure-services/recreation/311
    recreation-main-2

    Population:

    Current Population: 9,843
    89.3% White alone
    0.4% Black or African American alone
    0.8% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    0.1% Asian alone
    0.1% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    1.3% Two or more races
    12.0% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 2,383
    Median Household Income: $59,428
    Below poverty level: 10.0%

    School District:

    Nebo School District
    350 South Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660
    (801) 354-7400
    www.nebo.edu
     
    Police:
    Santaquin Police Department
    275 West Main Street, Santaquin, UT 84655
    (801) 754-1070

    Fire:
    Santaquin Fire Department
    275 West Main Street, Santaquin, Utah 84655
    (801) 754-1940

     




  • SARATOGA SPRINGS
    (www.saratogaspringscity.com)

    Saratoga Springs is a young city located near the northwestern shores of Utah Lake. Before becoming a city, it’s natural hot springs were used as a resort called Beck’s Saratoga Springs in the late 1800s. In the late 1900s, locals began to develop the land surrounding these hot springs. Saratoga Springs was recognized as a city in May of 2001. It has experienced significant and rapid population growth since its establishment. The city boasts of its scenic access to the Wasatch Front and Utah Lake. It has a variety of community events available to families in the community, such as its annual Saratoga Splash Days City Celebration in June.

    Mayor:

    Mayor Jim Miller

    Parks and Recreation:
    1307 N. Commerce Drive #200 Saratoga Springs, UT 84045
    (801) 753-8264
    http://www.saratogaspringscity.com/index.asp?SEC=67A1636A-AF05-4720-8EB9
    269165204BE7&Type=B_BASIC

    Population:
    Current population: 22,749
    92.8% White alone
    0.5% Black or African American alone
    0.3% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    0.9% Asian alone
    0.8% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    2.8% Two or more races
    5.8% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 4,647
    Median Household Income: $73,601
    Below poverty level: 4.5%

    School District:
    Alpine School District
    (alpineschools.org)
    575 N 100 E American Fork, UT
    (801) 610-8400
     
    Police:
    Saratoga Springs Police Department
    1307 North St Saratoga Springs, Ut 84045
    (801) 766-6503

    Fire:
    Saratoga Springs Fire Department
    95 W 1200 N Saratoga Springs, UT 84045
    (801) 766-6506

     




  • SPANISH FORK
    (www.spanishfork.org)

    Spanish Fork is located in the south central portion of Utah County. The city includes the lowlands near Utah Lake and the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains in the southeast. Spanish Fork is well known for its Spanish Fork Fiesta Days and Fiesta Days Rodeo, which have been running for over 70 years. This event features top cowboys and wranglers competing in rodeo events, as well as other concerts, contests, games, and parades. Spanish Fork is unique in that it hosts the only Hindu center in Utah County-- the Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple. This temple hosts a holi celebration which thousands of people from across the country flock to each year.

    Mayor:
    Mayor Steve Leifson

    Parks and Recreation: 
    40 S. Main St., Spanish Fork, UT 84660
    (801) 804-4500
    www.spanishfork.org/dept/parkrec/sports/

    Population:
    Current Population: 36,956
    90.9% White alone
    0.4% Black or African American alone
    0.5% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    0.6% Asian alone
    0.7% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    2.5% Two or more races
    10.6% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 9200
    Median Household Income: $63,054
    Below poverty level: 6.0%

    Schools:
    Nebo School District
    350 S Main Street Spanish Fork, UT 84660
    (801) 354-7400
    www.nebo.edu

    Police:
    Spanish Fork Police Department
    789 W Center Street Spanish Fork, UT 84660
    (801) 804-4700

    Fire:
    Spanish Fork Fire Department
    370 N Main Street, Spanish Fork, Ut 84660
    (801) 798-5075

     




  • SPRINGVILLE 
    (www.springville.org)

    Springville is a small community in the Wasatch foothills, bordering the south end of Provo. This city, originally known as Hobble Creek, was incorporated in 1853. Springville has experienced steady growth of 4.6% annually over the past ten years. Because of its heavy city-wide focus on the arts, it has been nicknamed “the art city.” Springville is known for its art museum and its downtown area, as well as events like the Springville World Folkfest and the Indian Festival of Utah. Springville hosts Art City Days each year in the month of June. The festivities include parades, a carnival, hot air balloons, rodeos, and fireworks.

    Mayor:
    Mayor Wilford W. Clyde

    Parks and Recreation
    Springville Recreation
    www.springville.org/recreation/
    (801) 489-2730
    443 South 200 East Springville, UT 84663

    Population:
    Current Population: 31,205
    90.3% White alone
    0.4% Black or African American alone
    0.5% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    0.6% Asian alone
    0.6% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    2.5% Two or more races
    11.8% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 8,802
    Median Household Income: $58,504
    Below poverty level: 6.5%

    Schools District: 
    Nebo School District
    www.nebo.edu
    (801) 354-7400
    350 South Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660

    Police:
    Springville Police Department
    110 S Main Street, Springville, UT 84663
    (801) 489-9421

    Fire:
    Springville Fire Department
    75 W Center Street, Springville, UT 84663
    (801) 491-5600






  • WOODLAND HILLS 
    (www.woodlandhillsutah.org)

    Woodland Hills, located on the southeast portion of Utah County, became a city in 2000. This young city has grown…. It takes pride in its gorgeous views of the mountains and the valley, and its abundance of wildlife. Perhaps what this city is most known for is their unique annual city-wide event, the Woodland Hills Yeti Extreme Games. This event allows participants three options: a 5k-foot race, a 5 mile bike race, or a combination of running, cycling, and snowshoeing up Loafer Mountain. In the past, this event has attracted local businesses and organizations to participate together and compete for first place. Often times, attendees will dress up in Yeti costumes.

    Mayor: 
    Mayor Steve Lauritzen

    Parks and Recreation: 
    Parks, Trails, and Recreation Committee
    Byron Adams, Lyn Bennett, Shannon Erickson, Jerry Johnson, Renee Van Buren

    Population: 
    Current Population: 1344
    94.30% White alone
    0.2% Black or African American alone
    0.00% American Indian and Alska Native alone
    0.8% Asian alone
    0.7% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    3.2% Two or more races
    2.9% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 343
    Median Household Income: $80,854
    Below poverty level: 3.0%

    School District: 
    Nebo School District
    www.nebo.edu
    (801) 354-7400
    350 South Main Spanish Fork, UT 84660
     

    Police:
    Salem Police Department
    (801) 423-2770
    30 W 100 S Salem, UT 84653

    Fire:
    Woodland Hills Fire Department
    (801) 423-3620
    690 S Woodland Hills Road, Woodland Hills, UT 84653 




  • AMERICAN FORK 

    (www.afcity.org)

    American Fork City, lovingly called “A.F.” by Utah County residents, sits at the foot of Mount Timpanogos. This beautiful city was first settled by Mormon pioneers in 1850 and named American Fork after the American Fork River in 1860. American Fork residents take pride in capturing the “Spirit of America” with a duality of small-town charm and booming business. Guests can enjoy the city’s extensive recreation center and pool perfect for families or participate in some of A.F’s traditional events like its “Steel Days” festival in early July. And don’t miss the opportunity to venture up the magnificent AF Canyon-- perfect for bonfires, hiking, and camping.

    Mayor: 
    Mayor James H. Hadfield
    mayor@afcity.net

    Parks and Recreation: 
    American Fork City Recreation
    www.afcity/290/Sports-Recreation
    (801) 763-3080
    454 N. Center Street American Fork, UT 84003

    Population:
    Current Population: 27,813
    92.6% White alone
    0.4% Black or African American alone
    0.5% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    0.9% Asian alone
    0.5% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    2.4% Two or more races
    7.4% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 7382
    Median household income: $67,595
    Below poverty level: 11.5%

    School District: 
    Alpine School District
    www.alpineschools.org
    (801) 610-8400
    575 N 100 E American Fork, UT 

    Police: 
    Lone Peak Police
    (801) 756-9800
    5400 W Civic Center Dr, Ste #1 Highland, UT 84003

    Fire:
    Lone Peak Fire
    (801) 763-5365
    558 Parkway West Drive Highland, UT 84003




  • CEDAR HILLS
    (www.cedarhills.org)

    Cedar Hills, the 'trailhead to adventure' in northern Utah County, is located near the mouth of American Fork Canyon. The city provides residents and guests easy access to a wide array of great outdoor adventure and exploration, including treasures like Timpanogos Cave National Monument and Tibble Fork Reservoir. Cedar Hills offers an extensive pedestrian trail system, which links many community parks and open spaces, including the cedar hills Golf Club, an 18-hole championship golf course that sits on a ridge overlooking the surrounding valley. Cedar Hills was incorporated in 1977 and has experienced significant growth in both population and business since 2003. 

    Mayor: 
    Mayor Gary R. Gygi

    Parks and Recreation: 
    For more information, contact the city's front desk at (801) 785-9668, ext 100, or visit cedarhills.org.

    Population: 
    Current Population: 10,179
    95.2% White alone
    0.4% Black or African American alone
    0.3% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    1.0% Asian alone
    0.6% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    1.8% Two or more races
    4.2% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 2423
    Median household Income: $95,929
    Below poverty level: 5.4%

    School District: 
    Alpine School District
    www.alpineschools.org
    (801) 610-8400
    575 N 100 E American Fork, UT

    Police: 
    American Fork Police
    (801) 763-3020
    75 E 80 N American Fork, UT 84003

    Fire:
    Lone Peak Fire in Cedar Hills
    3925 W Cedar Hills Drive, Cedar Hills, UT 84062 

     




  • DRAPER
    (www.draper.ut.us)

    Draper is situated on the north end of Utah County, bordering with the Salt Lake Valley. This city, formerly known as Draperville, was established in the 1850’s. Now, this city serves as a hub for activity and exploration.  Located at the “point of the mountain,” Draper offers hang gliding and paragliding to adventurers at one of the largest and most well-known hang gliding schools in the nation. This city offers guests over 90 miles of gorgeous trails for cycling, hiking, and exploring. Draper is also home to Utah’s first IKEA and to the new and exciting Loveland Living Planet Aquarium.

    Mayor:
    Mayor Troy K. Walker

    Parks and Recreation:
    1020 E. Pioneer Rd. Draper City, UT 84020
    (801) 576-6570
    www.draper.ut.us/index.aspx?NID=456

    Population:
    Current Population: 45,285
    90.4% White alone
    1.4% Black or African American alone
    0.6% American Indian and Alaska Native alone
    2.5% Asian alone
    0.4% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
    2.6% Two or more races
    7.0% Hispanic or Latino

    Number of Households: 11,801
    Median Household Income: $89,922
    Below poverty level: 4.7%

    School District:
    Canyons School District
    9361 S. 300 E. Sandy, UT 84070
    (801) 826-5000

    Police:
    Draper Police Department
    1020 Pioneer Road Draper, UT 84020
    (801) 576-6300

    Fire:

    Draper Fire Department
    780 E 12300 S Draper, UT 84020
    (801) 743-7100