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    • Bountiful

      Bountiful

      Bountiful, Utah was officially settled on September 27, 1847 when Perrigrine Sessions moved into the area with his family. It was first known as Sessions’ Settlement, but officially named Bountiful…

    • Cedar Fort

      Cedar Fort

      Cedar Fort is a small community located 8 miles southwest of Eagle Mountain up against the southern tip of the Oquirrh mountains. It was incorporated in 1856 as Cedar Valley…

    • Draper

      Draper

      Draper, Utah is located 20 miles south of Salt Lake City and is nestled into the far southeast corner of the valley up against the Wasatch Mountain Range on the…

    • Farmington

      Farmington

      Farmington, Utah is located about 16 miles north of Salt Lake City and is situated against the base of the Wasatch Mountains with the Great Salt Lake bordering the city…

    • Highland

      Highland

      Highland, Utah is located in Utah County and is about 30 miles south of Salt Lake City. It was settled in the 1870’s by Scottish immigrants who felt the area…

    • Layton

      Layton

      Layton was originally an extension of Kaysville and was initially included in the boundaries when the city of Kaysville was incorporated in 1868. In the 1880’s, the residents of the…

    • Lehi

      Lehi

      Lehi is the sixth oldest city in Utah. It was incorporated in 1852, and was part of the route for the Pony Express, the Overland Stagecoach Route, and the Transcontinental…

    • Ogden

      Ogden

      Ogden City, Utah is situated about 40 miles north of Salt Lake City and about 10 miles east of the Great Salt Lake. It’s the 7th largest city in Utah…

    • Mapleton

      Mapleton

      Mapleton, Utah was originally settled in the 1850’s and was originally an agricultural extension of Springville. Previously known as Union Bench, it was renamed Mapleton because of the maple trees…

    • Orem

      Orem

      Orem city, Utah is located adjacent to Provo and about 45 miles south of Salt Lake City. The city is named after Walter C. Orem who was the president of…

    • Payson

      Payson

      Payson was originally named Peteetneet Creek after Chief Peteetneet, a Timpanogos Indian Chief who lived nearby. The area was settled in 1850 and later renamed Payson after its founder James…

    • Pleasant Grove

      Pleasant Grove

      Pleasant Grove, Utah was originally named Battle Creek after a battle that took place in 1849 between Mormon settlers and a band of Ute Indians. The small community eventually began…

    • Provo

      Provo

      Provo is located 45 minutes south of Salt Lake City and is Utah’s second largest city. To the east of Provo lies the towering Wasatch Front mountain range and to…

    • South Jordan

      South Jordan

      South Jordan, Utah is located 18 miles south of Salt Lake and lies between the Oquirrh Mountains and the Wasatch Mountains. The area was settled in 1859 by the Beckstead…

    • Spanish Fork

      Spanish Fork

      The Spanish Fork area was originally discovered by two Franciscan friars from Spain in 1776. Their objective was to open a new trail from Santa Fe, New Mexico to the…

    • Springville

      Springville

      Originally named Hobble Creek, the city of Springville was incorporated on February 13, 1853. The nearby canyon stream and golf course have retained the name of Hobble Creek, but the…

    • Vineyard

      Vineyard

      Vineyard, Utah is nestled between Orem and Utah Lake. It is one of the smallest cities in the state and was incorporated as a town in 1989. It was finally…