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Legitimate - Work From Home - Home Based Business - Utah Salt Lake City* Salt Lake 181,698 &0000000000000110370000110.37 !110.37 sq mi (285.9 km2) 4,226 feet (1,288 m) 1847 $36,944 Nearby Great Salt Lake West Valley City Salt Lake 123,447 &000000000000003545000035.45 !35.45 sq mi (91.8 km2) 4,304 feet (1,312 m) 1849 $45,773 Located on the western side of the Salt Lake Valley Provo* Utah 118,581 &000000000000004178999941.79 !41.79 sq mi (108.2 km2) 4,551 feet (1,387 m) 1850 $34,313 Étienne Provost, a trapper who visited the area West Jordan Salt Lake 104,447 &000000000000003089999930.90 !30.90 sq mi (80.0 km2) 4,373 feet (1,333 m) 1848 $55,794 Located on the west side of the Jordan River Sandy Salt Lake 96,660 &000000000000002235000022.35 !22.35 sq mi (57.9 km2) 4,450 feet (1,360 m) 1871 $66,458 [c] Orem Utah 93,250 &000000000000001844000018.44 !18.44 sq mi (47.8 km2) 4,774 feet (1,455 m) 1850 $47,529 Walter Orem, President of the Salt Lake and Utah Electric Interurban Railroad Ogden* Weber 82,865 &000000000000002664000026.64 !26.64 sq mi (69.0 km2) 4,300 feet (1,300 m) 1847 $34,047 Peter Skene Ogden, a trapper for the Hudson Bay Company St. George* Washington 72,718 &000000000000006487000064.87 !64.87 sq mi (168.0 km2) 2,860 feet (870 m) 1861 $36,505 George A. Smith, a LDS Church Apostle Layton Davis 65,514 &000000000000002083999920.84 !20.84 sq mi (54.0 km2) 4,350 feet (1,330 m) [b] $52,128 Christopher Layton, an early LDS Bishop Taylorsville Salt Lake 58,785 &000000000000001067999910.68 !10.68 sq mi (27.7 km2) 4,295 feet (1,309 m) 1848 $47,236 John Taylor, LDS Church President South Jordan Salt Lake 51,131 &000000000000002103000021.03 !21.03 sq mi (54.5 km2) 4,439 feet (1,353 m) 1859 $75,433 The nearby Jordan River and its location south of West Jordan Logan* Cache 48,657 &000000000000001705000017.05 !17.05 sq mi (44.2 km2) 4,534 feet (1,382 m) 1859 $30,778 Ephraim Logan, a trapper with Jedediah Smith who died in the area Lehi Utah 46,802 &000000000000002057000020.57 !20.57 sq mi (53.3 km2) 4,564 feet (1,391 m) 1850 $53,028 Lehi, a prophet from the Book of Mormon Murray Salt Lake 46,201 &00000000000000096099999.61 !9.61 sq mi (24.9 km2) 4,301 feet (1,311 m) 1848 $45,569 Eli Houston Murray, territorial Governor of Utah Bountiful Davis 44,473 &000000000000001347000013.47 !13.47 sq mi (34.9 km2) 4,797 feet (1,462 m) 1847 $55,993 The Book of Mormon city of Bountiful Draper Salt Lake/ Utah 42,317 &000000000000003035000030.35 !30.35 sq mi (78.6 km2) 4,505 feet (1,373 m) 1849 $72,341 William Draper, the town's first LDS Church Bishop Riverton Salt Lake 39,751 &000000000000001257000012.57 !12.57 sq mi (32.6 km2) 4,439 feet (1,353 m) 1870 $63,980 The city's location next to the Jordan River Roy Weber 35,672 &00000000000000075999997.60 !7.60 sq mi (19.7 km2) 4,541 feet (1,384 m) 1876 $49,611 Roy was the name of the recently deceased son of area resident David P. Peebles Cottonwood Heights Salt Lake 35,418 &00000000000000000000000 !N/A[a] 4,823 feet (1,470 m) 1848 &00000000000000000000000 !N/A[a] Cottonwood trees found in the area Pleasant Grove Utah 33,798 &00000000000000087200008.72 !8.72 sq mi (22.6 km2) 4,623 feet (1,409 m) 1849 $52,036 The grove of cottonwood trees found in the area Spanish Fork Utah 31,538 &000000000000001324000013.24 !13.24 sq mi (34.3 km2) 4,577 feet (1,395 m) 1851 $48,705 The nearby Spanish Fork River where Spanish explorer Silvestre Vélez de Escalante entered the Utah Valley Tooele* Tooele 30,120 &000000000000002116000021.16 !21.16 sq mi (54.8 km2) 5,043 feet (1,537 m) 1851 $43,862 Native American Goshute tribe leader Tuilla Cedar City Iron 28,667 &000000000000002008999920.09 !20.09 sq mi (52.0 km2) 5,846 feet (1,782 m) 1851 $32,043 Large number of cedar trees in the area Springville Utah 28,520 &000000000000001153999911.54 !11.54 sq mi (29.9 km2) 4,577 feet (1,395 m) 1850 $46,472 The nearby springs Midvale Salt Lake 28,129 &00000000000000058399995.84 !5.84 sq mi (15.1 km2) 4,383 feet (1,336 m) [b] $40,130 Located in the middle of the Salt Lake Valley Clearfield Davis 27,851 &00000000000000077500007.75 !7.75 sq mi (20.1 km2) 4,465 feet (1,361 m) 1877 $38,946 The open surroundings of the area American Fork Utah 27,064 &00000000000000075400007.54 !7.54 sq mi (19.5 km2) 4,606 feet (1,404 m) 1850 $51,955 American Fork River, a tributary of Utah Lake Kaysville Davis 25,820 &000000000000001008999910.09 !10.09 sq mi (26.1 km2) 4,357 feet (1,328 m) 1849 $60,383 William Kay, the area's first LDS Church Bishop Holladay Salt Lake 25,676 &00000000000000053399995.34 !5.34 sq mi (13.8 km2) 4,464 feet (1,361 m) 1848 $55,468 John Holladay, an early settler of the area Eagle Mountain Utah 22,309 &000000000000004171000041.71 !41.71 sq mi (108.0 km2) 4,882 feet (1,488 m) [b] $52,102 Eagle Mountain Properties, the development company of the city Syracuse Davis 22,195 &00000000000000087100008.71 !8.71 sq mi (22.6 km2) 4,285 feet (1,306 m) 1878 $58,223 Named for a local resort on the Great Salt Lake which was named after Syracuse, New York South Salt Lake Salt Lake 21,607 &00000000000000069100006.91 !6.91 sq mi (17.9 km2) 4,225 feet (1,288 m) [b] $29,801 Located south of Salt Lake City Clinton Davis 19,885 &00000000000000055000005.50 !5.50 sq mi (14.2 km2) 4,393 feet (1,339 m) 1870s $53,909 [c] Brigham City* Box Elder 18,709 &000000000000001433999914.34 !14.34 sq mi (37.1 km2) 4,436 feet (1,352 m) 1850 $42,335 Brigham Young, LDS Church President and first territorial Governor of Utah Washington Washington 17,716 &000000000000003155000031.55 !31.55 sq mi (81.7 km2) 2,792 feet (851 m) 1857 $35,341 George Washington, President of the United States Herriman Salt Lake 17,689 &00000000000000091199999.12 !9.12 sq mi (23.6 km2) 5,000 feet (1,500 m) 1849 $56,361 Henry Herriman, a prominent resident of the area North Ogden Weber 17,682 &00000000000000065000006.50 !6.50 sq mi (16.8 km2) 4,501 feet (1,372 m) 1850 $59,556 Located north of Ogden Payson Utah 17,429 &00000000000000067900006.79 !6.79 sq mi (17.6 km2) 4,700 feet (1,400 m) 1850 $43,539 James Pace, an early settler of the area Farmington* Davis 17,217 &00000000000000077599997.76 !7.76 sq mi (20.1 km2) 4,304 feet (1,312 m) 1847 $74,250 The farms found in the area Highland Utah 16,189 &00000000000000069600006.96 !6.96 sq mi (18.0 km2) 4,977 feet (1,517 m) 1875[20] $80,053 Town's location on the upper bench of the Utah Valley Saratoga Springs Utah 16,053 &000000000000001034999910.35 !10.35 sq mi (26.8 km2) 4,505 feet (1,373 m) [b] $62,212 Saratoga, New York and the local springs South Ogden Weber 15,891 &00000000000000036699993.67 !3.67 sq mi (9.5 km2) 4,449 feet (1,356 m) 1848 $46,794 Located south of Ogden Centerville Davis 15,720 &00000000000000060400006.04 !6.04 sq mi (15.6 km2) 4,377 feet (1,334 m) 1848[13] $64,818 Center between Farmington and Bountiful[13] North Salt Lake Salt Lake 13,446 &00000000000000082500008.25 !8.25 sq mi (21.4 km2) 4,334 feet (1,321 m) [b] $47,052 Located north of Salt Lake City Hurricane Washington 13,321 &000000000000003155000031.55 !31.55 sq mi (81.7 km2) 3,248 feet (990 m) 1906[23] $32,865 LDS Church Apostle Erastus Snow's comments about the heavy wind in the area Lindon Utah 10,466 &00000000000000085800008.58 !8.58 sq mi (22.2 km2) 4,642 feet (1,415 m) 1850 $61,964 Linden, a tree that grew in the center of town Alpine Utah 9,885 &00000000000000072000007.20 !7.20 sq mi (18.6 km2) 4,951 feet (1,509 m) 1850 $72,880 Adjacent high mountains of the Wasatch Mountains and Traverse Mountains Heber* Wasatch 9,830 &00000000000000034500003.45 !3.45 sq mi (8.9 km2) 5,604 feet (1,708 m) 1858 $45,394 Heber C. Kimball, an Apostle of the LDS Church Cedar Hills Utah 9,551 &00000000000000019700001.97 !1.97 sq mi (5.1 km2) 4,957 feet (1,511 m) [b] $62,668 Local cedar tree covered hills Smithfield Cache 9,535 &00000000000000043099994.31 !4.31 sq mi (11.2 km2) 4,603 feet (1,403 m) 1859 $47,745 John Glover Smith, the first LDS Bishop of the area Grantsville Tooele 9,049 &000000000000001785000017.85 !17.85 sq mi (46.2 km2) 4,304 feet (1,312 m) 1850 $45,614 Colonel George D. Grant of the Nauvoo Legion West Point Davis 9,001 &00000000000000072199997.22 !7.22 sq mi (18.7 km2) 4,314 feet (1,315 m) 1867 $56,563 [c] Woods Cross Davis 8,705 &00000000000000036000003.60 !3.60 sq mi (9.3 km2) 4,377 feet (1,334 m) 1865 $46,271 Daniel C. Wood, an early settler Vernal* Uintah 8,696 &00000000000000045800004.58 !4.58 sq mi (11.9 km2) 5,328 feet (1,624 m) 1876 $30,357 Latin word vernalis for spring, for the many springs in the area[36] Washington Terrace Weber 8,515 &00000000000000019099991.91 !1.91 sq mi (4.9 km2) 4,610 feet (1,410 m) 1878 $42,243 [c] North Logan Cache 8,466 &00000000000000069299996.93 !6.93 sq mi (17.9 km2) 4,692 feet (1,430 m) [b] $49,154 Located north of Logan Santaquin Utah 8,400 &00000000000000026099992.61 !2.61 sq mi (6.8 km2) 4,984 feet (1,519 m) 1851 $44,531 A local Ute Tribe leader West Haven Weber 8,357 &000000000000001016999910.17 !10.17 sq mi (26.3 km2) 4,272 feet (1,302 m) 1854 $57,120 [c] Riverdale Weber 8,126 &00000000000000044400004.44 !4.44 sq mi (11.5 km2) 4,370 feet (1,330 m) 1850[32] $44,375 The city's location next to the Ogden River Price* Carbon 8,039 &00000000000000042400004.24 !4.24 sq mi (11.0 km2) 5,627 feet (1,715 m) 1879 $31,687 From the nearby Price River which got its name from a local explorer William Price Bluffdale Salt Lake 8,016 &000000000000001642999916.43 !16.43 sq mi (42.6 km2) 4,436 feet (1,352 m) 1886 $66,615 The bluffs along the Jordan River Park City Summit 7,980 &00000000000000094299999.43 !9.43 sq mi (24.4 km2) 7,000 feet (2,100 m) 1869 $65,800 For nearby Parley's Park, a meadow atop Parley's Canyon Mapleton Utah 7,954 &00000000000000092300009.23 !9.23 sq mi (23.9 km2) 4,731 feet (1,442 m) 1856 $60,985 For the groves of maple trees found in the area Ivins Washington 7,870 &000000000000001026999910.27 !10.27 sq mi (26.6 km2) 3,081 feet (939 m) 1922[24] $41,297 Anthony W. Ivins, a LDS Church Apostle Hyrum Cache 7,636 &00000000000000039199993.92 !3.92 sq mi (10.2 km2) 4,698 feet (1,432 m) 1860 $43,981 Hyrum Smith, brother to LDS Church founder Joseph Smith, Jr. Richfield* Sevier 7,217 &00000000000000052800005.28 !5.28 sq mi (13.7 km2) 5,354 feet (1,632 m) 1863 $36,024 After a bountiful crop of wheat that was produced in 1865 Pleasant View Weber 7,052 &00000000000000067300006.73 !6.73 sq mi (17.4 km2) 5,632 feet (1,717 m) 1851 $62,123 For the beautiful view of the surrounding valley Santa Clara Washington 6,866 &00000000000000049000004.90 !4.90 sq mi (12.7 km2) 2,762 feet (842 m) 1854 $52,770 Town is located on the Santa Clara Creek Tremonton Box Elder 6,789 &00000000000000052400005.24 !5.24 sq mi (13.6 km2) 4,325 feet (1,318 m) 1888 $44,784 [c] Providence Cache 6,538 &00000000000000028300002.83 !2.83 sq mi (7.3 km2) 4,596 feet (1,401 m) 1859 $56,129 [c] Salem Utah 6,435 &00000000000000053200005.32 !5.32 sq mi (13.8 km2) 4,610 feet (1,410 m) 1851 $54,813 Salem, Massachusetts[34] South Weber Davis 6,167 &00000000000000046299994.63 !4.63 sq mi (12.0 km2) 4,551 feet (1,387 m) 1851 $70,656 Located on the south side of the Weber River Harrisville Weber 6,060 &00000000000000027000002.70 !2.70 sq mi (7.0 km2) 4,291 feet (1,308 m) 1850 $51,289 Marin H. Harris, a settler of the area Hooper Weber 5,655 &00000000000000000000000 !N/A[a] 4,242 feet (1,293 m) [b] &00000000000000000000000 !N/A[a] William H. Hooper, Utah territorial delgate to the United States House of Representatives Nephi* Juab 5,408 &00000000000000041699994.17 !4.17 sq mi (10.8 km2) 5,128 feet (1,563 m) 1851 $38,918 Nephi, a prophet from the Book of Mormon West Bountiful Davis 5,337 &00000000000000029700002.97 !2.97 sq mi (7.7 km2) 4,268 feet (1,301 m) [b] $61,063 Located west of Bountiful Farr West Weber 5,335 &00000000000000058399995.84 !5.84 sq mi (15.1 km2) 4,265 feet (1,300 m) 1858 $41,618 Located west of Farr's Fort which was named after Lorin Farr, an early LDS Church stake president of the area. Fruit Heights Davis 5,312 &00000000000000022000002.20 !2.20 sq mi (5.7 km2) 4,698 feet (1,432 m) 1850[16] $79,192 Fruit orchards located above the valley floor Plain City Weber 5,288 &00000000000000037400003.74 !3.74 sq mi (9.7 km2) 4,242 feet (1,293 m) 1859 $57,601 Originally called City on the Plains Ephraim Sanpete 5,284 &00000000000000035699993.57 !3.57 sq mi (9.2 km2) 5,541 feet (1,689 m) 1854 $28,318 Tribe of Ephraim, one of the twelve Tribes of Israel. Moab* Grand 5,121 &00000000000000036400003.64 !3.64 sq mi (9.4 km2) 4,026 feet (1,227 m) 1855 $32,620 The Biblical name Moab or the Native American word for mosquito was "Moapa" Enoch Iron 5,085 &00000000000000033100003.31 !3.31 sq mi (8.6 km2) 5,545 feet (1,690 m) 1851 $37,368 Enoch, a biblical figure in the Old Testament Roosevelt Duchesne 5,025 &00000000000000052500005.25 !5.25 sq mi (13.6 km2) 5,095 feet (1,553 m) 1905 $29,190 Theodore Roosevelt, President of the United States Sunset Davis 4,945 &00000000000000014700001.47 !1.47 sq mi (3.8 km2) 4,511 feet (1,375 m) [b] $41,726 Located on a ridge with views of the sunset over the Great Salt Lake La Verkin Washington 4,487 &000000000000001612999916.13 !16.13 sq mi (41.8 km2) 3,192 feet (973 m) 1897 $35,949 Derived from the Spanish La Virgen, referring to the local Virgin River Nibley Cache 4,410 &00000000000000033199993.32 !3.32 sq mi (8.6 km2) 4,554 feet (1,388 m) 1855[29] $52,273 Charles W. Nibley, a local leader of the LDS Church Hyde Park Cache 3,927 &00000000000000032000003.20 !3.20 sq mi (8.3 km2) 4,537 feet (1,383 m) 1860 $51,750 Wiliam Hyde, one of the first settlers and first LDS Church Bishop of the area Perry Box Elder 3,889 &00000000000000076699997.67 !7.67 sq mi (19.9 km2) 4,367 feet (1,331 m) 1853 $52,500 Lorenzo Perry, first LDS Church Bishop of the town Kanab* Kane 3,782 &000000000000001406000014.06 !14.06 sq mi (36.4 km2) 4,970 feet (1,510 m) 1864 $35,125 Native American word for willow, referring to the willows growing along the area's creeks Midway Wasatch 3,701 &00000000000000033500003.35 !3.35 sq mi (8.7 km2) 5,584 feet (1,702 m) 1859 $51,071 A fort was built mid-way between two settlements Morgan* Morgan 3,321 &00000000000000032000003.20 !3.20 sq mi (8.3 km2) 5,069 feet (1,545 m) 1860 $47,716 Jedediah Morgan Grant, father to LDS Church President Heber J. Grant Manti* Sanpete 3,312 &00000000000000019500001.95 !1.95 sq mi (5.1 km2) 5,610 feet (1,710 m) 1849 $32,844 A city from the Book of Mormon Blanding San Juan 3,290 &00000000000000023700002.37 !2.37 sq mi (6.1 km2) 6,106 feet (1,861 m) 1887 $32,991 Maiden name of Thomas W. Bicknell's wife, who donated 500 books to the library Wellsville Cache 3,259 &00000000000000063799996.38 !6.38 sq mi (16.5 km2) 4,547 feet (1,386 m) 1856 $49,115 Daniel H. Wells, LDS Church Apostle Delta Millard 3,172 &00000000000000037500003.75 !3.75 sq mi (9.7 km2) 4,639 feet (1,414 m) 1906 $37,773 The river delta of the Sevier River Gunnison Sanpete 3,016 &00000000000000052999995.30 !5.30 sq mi (13.7 km2) 5,138 feet (1,566 m) 1859 $33,147 Captain John W. Gunnison, explored and surveyed Great Salt Lake, Utah Lake and the Salt Lake Valley for the Corps of Topographical Engineers Mount Pleasant Sanpete 2,813 &00000000000000028199992.82 !2.82 sq mi (7.3 km2) 5,925 feet (1,806 m) 1852 $33,603 Pleasant view of the surrounding mountains Parowan* Iron 2,624 &00000000000000058399995.84 !5.84 sq mi (15.1 km2) 6,017 feet (1,834 m) 1851 $32,426 From the Native American words paragoons and pahoan, meaning "marsh people" Beaver* Beaver 2,597 &00000000000000045800004.58 !4.58 sq mi (11.9 km2) 5,902 feet (1,799 m) 1856 $33,646 Beaver River, a 242-mile (389 km) river that eventually disappears into the ground Elk Ridge Utah 2,476 &00000000000000027799992.78 !2.78 sq mi (7.2 km2) 5,354 feet (1,632 m) [b] $65,511 [c] Salina Sevier 2,414 &00000000000000061500006.15 !6.15 sq mi (15.9 km2) 5,161 feet (1,573 m) 1863 $34,886 Nearby salt deposits Richmond Cache 2,364 &00000000000000029500002.95 !2.95 sq mi (7.6 km2) 4,610 feet (1,410 m) 1859 $42,138 Rich fertile soil of the valley[31] Fillmore* Millard 2,136 &00000000000000057699995.77 !5.77 sq mi (14.9 km2) 5,135 feet (1,565 m) 1851 $31,719 Millard Fillmore, President of the United States Garland Box Elder 2,059 &00000000000000017700001.77 !1.77 sq mi (4.6 km2) 4,340 feet (1,320 m) 1890 $38,679 William Garland, led the construction of a canal in the area Huntington Emery 2,033 &00000000000000020299992.03 !2.03 sq mi (5.3 km2) 5,787 feet (1,764 m) 1877[21] $36,964 William Huntington, an early explorer of the area Lewiston Cache 2,030 &000000000000002567999925.68 !25.68 sq mi (66.5 km2) 4,508 feet (1,374 m) 1870 $36,417 William H. Lewis, a local LDS Bishop Monticello* San Juan 2,018 &00000000000000025899992.59 !2.59 sq mi (6.7 km2) 7,070 feet (2,150 m) 1879 $35,929 Monticello in Virginia, the home of Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States[27] Hildale Washington 1,970 &00000000000000029400002.94 !2.94 sq mi (7.6 km2) 5,409 feet (1,649 m) [b] $32,579 [c] Helper Carbon 1,876 &00000000000000017900001.79 !1.79 sq mi (4.6 km2) 5,817 feet (1,773 m) 1883 $30,052 The "Helper engines" or extra locomotives used to get trains over Soldier Summit from Helper to Spanish Fork Monroe Sevier 1,853 &00000000000000035400003.54 !3.54 sq mi (9.2 km2) 5,394 feet (1,644 m) 1863 $34,907 James Monroe, President of the United States Millville Cache 1,825 &00000000000000023500002.35 !2.35 sq mi (6.1 km2) 4,616 feet (1,407 m) 1860 $51,513 The first saw mill in Cache Valley was built in the area Woodland Hills Utah 1,747 &00000000000000027400002.74 !2.74 sq mi (7.1 km2) 5,331 feet (1,625 m) 1867 $80,854 Located at the base of canyon where groves of trees are located Willard Box Elder 1,747 &00000000000000072199997.22 !7.22 sq mi (18.7 km2) 4,350 feet (1,330 m) 1851 $52,150 Willard Richards, a LDS Church Apostle River Heights Cache 1707 &0000000000000000580000.58 !0.58 sq mi (1.5 km2) 4,580 feet (1,400 m) [b] $53,750 Located above the Logan River[33] Naples Uintah 1,694 &00000000000000065300006.53 !6.53 sq mi (16.9 km2) 5,230 feet (1,590 m) 1878 $43,158 Naples, Italy Enterprise Washington 1,636 &00000000000000029100002.91 !2.91 sq mi (7.5 km2) 5,318 feet (1,621 m) 1902 $35,694 Name reflected the first settlers' ability to adjust to problem experienced by the first settlers Wendover Tooele 1,632 &00000000000000064299996.43 !6.43 sq mi (16.7 km2) 4,291 feet (1,308 m) 1906 $31,196 [c] Duchesne* Duchesne 1,612 &00000000000000022999992.30 !2.30 sq mi (6.0 km2) 5,518 feet (1,682 m) 1904 $32,426 Nearby Fort Duchesne Castle Dale* Emery 1,582 &00000000000000018700001.87 !1.87 sq mi (4.8 km2) 5,676 feet (1,730 m) 1879[11] $44,185 Located in the Castle Valley, but a Postal Service mistake listed town as Castle Dale instead of Castle Vale. Wellington Carbon 1,571 &00000000000000035200003.52 !3.52 sq mi (9.1 km2) 5,413 feet (1,650 m) 1878 $36,979 Wellington Seeley Jr., Judge of the Emery County Court Ferron Emery 1,544 &00000000000000022299992.23 !2.23 sq mi (5.8 km2) 5,971 feet (1,820 m) 1877[15] $38,625 A. D. Ferron, surveyor of the area Marriot-Slaterville Weber 1,537 &00000000000000074599997.46 !7.46 sq mi (19.3 km2) 4,252 feet (1,296 m) 1849[25] $49,732 The towns of Marriott and Slaterville joined to form Marriott-Slaterville, they were named after early settlers John Marriott and Richard Slater Panguitch* Garfield 1,520 &00000000000000013600001.36 !1.36 sq mi (3.5 km2) 6,624 feet (2,019 m) 1866 $33,500 A Native American name for nearby Panguitch Lake meaning "water" and "fish" Kamas Summit 1,492 &00000000000000015900001.59 !1.59 sq mi (4.1 km2) 6,486 feet (1,977 m) 1857 $41,667 Derived from the Native American word for the Small Camas, an edible bulb found in the valley Mona Juab 1,402 &00000000000000014199991.42 !1.42 sq mi (3.7 km2) 4,970 feet (1,510 m) 1852 $49,464 Unknown[d] Milford Beaver 1,399 &00000000000000019299991.93 !1.93 sq mi (5.0 km2) 4,967 feet (1,514 m) 1873 $35,809 [c] Toquerville Washington 1,373 &000000000000001416000014.16 !14.16 sq mi (36.7 km2) 3,389 feet (1,033 m) 1858 $34,038 Native American Piute tribe leader Toquer Coalville Summit 1,367 &00000000000000032599993.26 !3.26 sq mi (8.4 km2) 5,577 feet (1,700 m) 1858 $39,342 Many of the miners came from Coalville, England Honeyville Box Elder 1,354 &000000000000001175000011.75 !11.75 sq mi (30.4 km2) 4,298 feet (1,310 m) 1861 $41,518 Profession of the local LDS Bishop Orangeville Emery 1,352 &00000000000000013000001.30 !1.30 sq mi (3.4 km2) 5,778 feet (1,761 m) 1878 $45,057 Orange Seely, a settler in the area Oakley Summit 1,327 &00000000000000062999996.30 !6.30 sq mi (16.3 km2) 6,434 feet (1,961 m) 1868 $61,250 The scrub oak species gambel oak found in the area Moroni Sanpete 1,327 &00000000000000010700001.07 !1.07 sq mi (2.8 km2) 5,531 feet (1,686 m) 1859 $32,375 Moroni, a prophet from the Book of Mormon Uintah Weber 1,258 &00000000000000010100001.01 !1.01 sq mi (2.6 km2) 4,537 feet (1,383 m) 1850 $52,300 Uintah band of the Ute tribe East Carbon Carbon 1,258 &00000000000000089399998.94 !8.94 sq mi (23.2 km2) 4,987 feet (1,520 m) 1922 $25,313 Coal deposits found in the area Fairview Sanpete 1,210 &00000000000000012500001.25 !1.25 sq mi (3.2 km2) 6,948 feet (2,118 m) 1859 $34,946 The attractive surroundings of the area Mendon Cache 1,190 &00000000000000012500001.25 !1.25 sq mi (3.2 km2) 4,495 feet (1,370 m) 1859[26] $46,563 LDS Church Apostle Ezra T. Benson named it after his birthplace of Mendon, Massachusetts Genola Utah 1,159 &000000000000001324000013.24 !13.24 sq mi (34.3 km2) 4,600 feet (1,400 m) [b] $45,417 [c] Centerfield Sanpete 1,096 &00000000000000018000001.80 !1.80 sq mi (4.7 km2) 5,098 feet (1,554 m) 1869 $35,357 Center of the Gunnison Valley Spring City Sanpete 1,044 &00000000000000013300001.33 !1.33 sq mi (3.4 km2) 5,823 feet (1,775 m) 1852 $34,609 The nearby springs Fountain Green Sanpete 978 &00000000000000014099991.41 !1.41 sq mi (3.7 km2) 5,899 feet (1,798 m) 1850 $36,078 Lush meadows surrounding the area's springs Aurora Sevier 952 &00000000000000010100001.01 !1.01 sq mi (2.6 km2) 5,200 feet (1,600 m) 1875 $44,911 Aurora, the Roman goddess of dawn Goshen Utah 934 &0000000000000000720000.72 !0.72 sq mi (1.9 km2) 4,551 feet (1,387 m) 1857 $41,458 Goshen, Connecticut, birthplace of Phineas W. Cooke, the first LDS Bishop of the area Green River Emery 923 &000000000000001264000012.64 !12.64 sq mi (32.7 km2) 4,078 feet (1,243 m) [b] $28,000 The Green River, a 730-mile (1,170 km) tributary of the Colorado River Paradise Cache 900 &00000000000000011100001.11 !1.11 sq mi (2.9 km2) 4,902 feet (1,494 m) 1860 $47,344 For the beautiful scenery Francis Summit 894 &00000000000000017900001.79 !1.79 sq mi (4.6 km2) 6,562 feet (2,000 m) 1869 $55,536 Francis M. Lyman, a LDS Church Apostle Elwood Box Elder 877 &00000000000000076799997.68 !7.68 sq mi (19.9 km2) 4,298 feet (1,310 m) 1879 $46,406 Postal Service named the town Levan Juab 864 &0000000000000000760000.76 !0.76 sq mi (2.0 km2) 5,315 feet (1,620 m) [b] $34,632 Unknown[d] Bear River City Box Elder 833 &00000000000000015700001.57 !1.57 sq mi (4.1 km2) 4,258 feet (1,298 m) 1866 $52,212 Bear River, a 350-mile (560 km) river and largest tributary of the Great Salt Lake Minersville Beaver 817 &0000000000000000630000.63 !0.63 sq mi (1.6 km2) 5,282 feet (1,610 m) 1859 $36,563 In honor of the miners who worked in the area Redmond Sevier 813 &0000000000000000990000.99 !0.99 sq mi (2.6 km2) 5,105 feet (1,556 m) 1875 $40,313 Red-colored mounds west of town Newton Cache 803 &0000000000000000760000.76 !0.76 sq mi (2.0 km2) 4,534 feet (1,382 m) 1869 $45,000 Originally called New Town, but the name was shortened Eureka Juab 796 &00000000000000014700001.47 !1.47 sq mi (3.8 km2) 6,430 feet (1,960 m) 1869 $36,875 Eureka is the ancient Greek name for "I have found it", relating to the gold mines found in the area Leeds Washington 764 &00000000000000020400002.04 !2.04 sq mi (5.3 km2) 3,481 feet (1,061 m) 1867 $41,250 Leeds, a town in England where many of the early settlers were from Escalante Garfield 763 &00000000000000029400002.94 !2.94 sq mi (7.6 km2) 5,820 feet (1,770 m) 1876 $32,143 Silvestre Vélez de Escalante, a Franciscan missionary who explored the area in 1776 Mantua Box Elder 756 &00000000000000055999995.60 !5.60 sq mi (14.5 km2) 5,200 feet (1,600 m) 1863 $60,234 LDS Church President Lorenzo Snow named it for his birthplace in Mantua, Ohio Clarkston Cache 754 &0000000000000000960000.96 !0.96 sq mi (2.5 km2) 4,879 feet (1,487 m) 1864 $40,592 Justus Clark, an original settler Elsinore Sevier 741 &00000000000000012600001.26 !1.26 sq mi (3.3 km2) 5,351 feet (1,631 m) 1874 $27,917 Elsinore, Denmark Hinckley Millard 708 &00000000000000050300005.03 !5.03 sq mi (13.0 km2) 4,603 feet (1,403 m) [b] $35,625 Ira Hinckley, LDS Church stake president of the local LDS stake Ballard Uintah 689 &000000000000001400000014.00 !14.00 sq mi (36.3 km2) 5,049 feet (1,539 m) [b] $35,278 Melvin J. Ballard, a LDS Church Apostle Henefer Summit 680 &0000000000000000860000.86 !0.86 sq mi (2.2 km2) 5,335 feet (1,626 m) 1859 $43,125 Brothers James and Richard Henefer, original settlers of the area Corinne Box Elder 677 &00000000000000036600003.66 !3.66 sq mi (9.5 km2) 4,226 feet (1,288 m) 1869 $42,125 Corinne, the first child born in the area Huntsville Weber 653 &0000000000000000740000.74 !0.74 sq mi (1.9 km2) 4,928 feet (1,502 m) 1860[22] $50,625 Jefferson Hunt, an early settler of the area Oak City Millard 606 &0000000000000000670000.67 !0.67 sq mi (1.7 km2) 5,112 feet (1,558 m) 1868 $47,375 Sits adjacent to Oak Creek Orderville Kane 603 &00000000000000091799999.18 !9.18 sq mi (23.8 km2) 5,449 feet (1,661 m) 1875 $35,769 The United Order, a collectivism movement of the LDS Church Rush Valley Tooele 602 &000000000000001832999918.33 !18.33 sq mi (47.5 km2) 5,043 feet (1,537 m) 1856 $46,875 Nearby Rush Lake Daniel Wasatch 600 &00000000000000000000000 !N/A[a] 5,715 feet (1,742 m) 1874 &00000000000000000000000 !N/A[a] Aaron Daniels, one of the first settlers Myton Duchesne 597 &00000000000000010100001.01 !1.01 sq mi (2.6 km2) 5,085 feet (1,550 m) 1905[28] $23,472 Major H. P. Myton of the U.S. Army Stockton Tooele 580 &0000000000000000940000.94 !0.94 sq mi (2.4 km2) 5,118 feet (1,560 m) [b] $40,938 Stockton, California where many of the soldiers who settled the area where from Springdale Washington 579 &00000000000000046299994.63 !4.63 sq mi (12.0 km2) 3,898 feet (1,188 m) 1862 $41,607 The nearby springs Virgin Washington 555 &000000000000001191999911.92 !11.92 sq mi (30.9 km2) 3,606 feet (1,099 m) 1857 $36,953 The nearby Virgin River Rocky Ridge Juab 526 &00000000000000018799991.88 !1.88 sq mi (4.9 km2) 4,990 feet (1,520 m) [b] $31,944 [c] Loa* Wayne 516 &0000000000000000880000.88 !0.88 sq mi (2.3 km2) 7,064 feet (2,153 m) 1878 $33,750 Mauna Loa, a volcano in Hawaii, an early settler had served his LDS mission in Hawaii Trenton Cache 510 &00000000000000073399997.34 !7.34 sq mi (19.0 km2) 4,462 feet (1,360 m) 1870 $31,250 Trenton, New Jersey, hometown of the area's first LDS Bishop Cleveland Emery 508 &0000000000000000890000.89 !0.89 sq mi (2.3 km2) 5,722 feet (1,744 m) 1885 $33,500 Grover Cleveland, President of the United States Randolph* Rich 489 &00000000000000010400001.04 !1.04 sq mi (2.7 km2) 6,283 feet (1,915 m) 1870 $34,792 Randolph Stewart, an early settler and first LDS Church Bishop of the area Circleville Piute 485 &00000000000000090700009.07 !9.07 sq mi (23.5 km2) 6,066 feet (1,849 m) 1864 $32,083 Located in the Circle Valley Amalga Cache 480 &00000000000000035200003.52 !3.52 sq mi (9.1 km2) 4,439 feet (1,353 m) 1860 $42,143 Amalgamated Sugar Company Annabella Sevier 480 &0000000000000000560000.56 !0.56 sq mi (1.5 km2) 529 feet (161 m) 1871 $40,000 Composite name of Ann S. Roberts and Isabella Dalton, woman settlers of Annabella Paragonah Iron 478 &0000000000000000580000.58 !0.58 sq mi (1.5 km2) 5,879 feet (1,792 m) 1851 $33,958 Native American name for the nearby Little Salt Lake that means "marshland" Tropic Garfield 476 &00000000000000084000008.40 !8.40 sq mi (21.8 km2) 6,309 feet (1,923 m) [b] $42,500 The area had a milder climate than where the settlers originally came from Kanosh Millard 470 &0000000000000000850000.85 !0.85 sq mi (2.2 km2) 5,020 feet (1,530 m) 1854 $32,411 Kanosh, the name for the local Native American leader Garden City Rich 460 &00000000000000045000004.50 !4.50 sq mi (11.7 km2) 5,968 feet (1,819 m) 1877[17] $40,750 Site was considered the garden spot of the valley Charleston Wasatch 457 &00000000000000018700001.87 !1.87 sq mi (4.8 km2) 5,440 feet (1,660 m) 1852 $42,813 Charles Shelton, who surveyed the town Apple Valley Washington 447 &00000000000000000000000 !N/A[a] 4,941 feet (1,506 m) [b] &00000000000000000000000 !N/A[a] [c] Mayfield Sanpete 440 &0000000000000000840000.84 !0.84 sq mi (2.2 km2) 5,538 feet (1,688 m) 1871 $41,500 The wild flowers that appeared in the spring Glenwood Sevier 438 &0000000000000000540000.54 !0.54 sq mi (1.4 km2) 5,272 feet (1,607 m) 1863 $45,192 Robert Wilson Glenn, an early settler of the area Sigurd Sevier 432 &00000000000000010500001.05 !1.05 sq mi (2.7 km2) 5,226 feet (1,593 m) 1874 $32,813 Sigurd, The Danish residents named the town after the Norse mythological hero Fielding Box Elder 422 &0000000000000000440000.44 !0.44 sq mi (1.1 km2) 4,373 feet (1,333 m) 1892 $44,000 Mother of LDS Church President Joseph Fielding Smith Central Valley Sevier 415 &00000000000000000000000 !N/A[a] 5,305 feet (1,617 m) [b] &00000000000000000000000 !N/A[a] [c] Cedar Fort Utah 410 &00000000000000015900001.59 !1.59 sq mi (4.1 km2) 5,085 feet (1,550 m) 1856 $44,773 Large number of cedar trees in the area Big Water Kane 406 &00000000000000060700006.07 !6.07 sq mi (15.7 km2) 4,108 feet (1,252 m) 1958[10] $30,278 [c] Castle Valley Grand 386 &00000000000000080800008.08 !8.08 sq mi (20.9 km2) 4,685 feet (1,428 m) 1974[12] $33,068 Located in the Castle Valley Sunnyside Carbon 377 &00000000000000031400003.14 !3.14 sq mi (8.1 km2) 6,414 feet (1,955 m) 1912 $32,955 The coal mine located on the sunny side of the valley Alta Salt Lake 374 &00000000000000040499994.05 !4.05 sq mi (10.5 km2) 8,560 feet (2,610 m) 1866 $51,250 Spanish word for "high" due to Alta's elevation Holden Millard 372 &0000000000000000550000.55 !0.55 sq mi (1.4 km2) 5,102 feet (1,555 m) 1855 $34,000 Elijah E. Holden, an early settler of the area Plymouth Box Elder 364 &0000000000000000540000.54 !0.54 sq mi (1.4 km2) 4,488 feet (1,368 m) 1869 $41,250 A large rock in the area resembled Plymouth Rock Elmo Emery 363 &0000000000000000620000.62 !0.62 sq mi (1.6 km2) 5,692 feet (1,735 m) 1908 $33,750 St. Elmo, an 1866 novel by the author Augusta Jane Evans Marysvale Piute 352 &000000000000001510999915.11 !15.11 sq mi (39.1 km2) 5,863 feet (1,787 m) 1863 $31,875 Unknown[d] Bicknell Wayne 347 &0000000000000000470000.47 !0.47 sq mi (1.2 km2) 7,123 feet (2,171 m) 1879 $32,750 Thomas W. Bicknell, who donated 500 books to the library Glendale Kane 339 &00000000000000078099997.81 !7.81 sq mi (20.2 km2) 5,778 feet (1,761 m) 1862 $35,938 The place being in a glen or a narrow valley with mountains all around[18] Deweyville Box Elder 334 &00000000000000064500006.45 !6.45 sq mi (16.7 km2) 4,437 feet (1,352 m) 1864 $43,750 John C. Dewey, an early settler to the area Manila* Daggett 324 &0000000000000000810000.81 !0.81 sq mi (2.1 km2) 6,348 feet (1,935 m) 1898 $26,458 Commemorate the Spanish-American War victory over the Spanish fleet in the Philippines at Manila Kanarraville Iron 315 &0000000000000000450000.45 !0.45 sq mi (1.2 km2) 5,541 feet (1,689 m) 1861 $34,375 Chief Canarrah, local leader of the Piute tribe Vernon Tooele 313 &00000000000000075199997.52 !7.52 sq mi (19.5 km2) 5,515 feet (1,681 m) 1862 $42,500 Joseph Vernon, a local settler that was killed by Native Americans Wallsburg Wasatch 305 &0000000000000000500000.50 !0.50 sq mi (1.3 km2) 5,676 feet (1,730 m) 1861[38] $55,313 William Madison Wall, local settler and explorer Scipio Millard 298 &0000000000000000850000.85 !0.85 sq mi (2.2 km2) 5,315 feet (1,620 m) 1859 $30,277 Scipio Kenner, a settler of the area Emery Emery 295 &00000000000000012099991.21 !1.21 sq mi (3.1 km2) 6,253 feet (1,906 m) 1881[14] $40,469 George W. Emery, territorial Governor of Utah Koosharem Sevier 292 &0000000000000000560000.56 !0.56 sq mi (1.5 km2) 6,919 feet (2,109 m) 1877 $34,583 Native American word for an edible tuber that grows in the area Cornish Cache 285 &00000000000000048499994.85 !4.85 sq mi (12.6 km2) 4,485 feet (1,367 m) [b] $40,417 William D Cornish, vice-president of the Union Pacific Railroad Portage Box Elder 276 &00000000000000022799992.28 !2.28 sq mi (5.9 km2) 4,367 feet (1,331 m) 1867 $43,125 Portage County, Ohio, the birthplace of LDS Church President Lorenzo Snow[30] Sterling Sanpete 274 &0000000000000000240000.24 !0.24 sq mi (0.62 km2) 5,574 feet (1,699 m) 1873 $27,019 The "sterling" qualities of its people Joseph Seiver 273 &0000000000000000890000.89 !0.89 sq mi (2.3 km2) 5,436 feet (1,657 m) 1871 $29,375 Joseph A. Young, first LDS Church stake president of the Sevier Stake Rockville Washington 264 &00000000000000084199998.42 !8.42 sq mi (21.8 km2) 3,740 feet (1,140 m) 1860 $37,917 After the rocky soil of the area Howell Box Elder 245 &000000000000003560000035.60 !35.60 sq mi (92.2 km2) 4,560 feet (1,390 m) 1910 $40,750 Joseph Howell, president of the surveying company that laid out the area and Representative of the United State House of Representatives from Utah Meadow Millard 237 &0000000000000000500000.50 !0.50 sq mi (1.3 km2) 4,839 feet (1,475 m) 1857 $26,250 The adjacent Meadow Creek Wales Sanpete 234 &0000000000000000300000.30 !0.30 sq mi (0.78 km2) 5,627 feet (1,715 m) 1857[37] $35,313 Local settlers originally came from Wales Lyman Wayne 230 &00000000000000018899991.89 !1.89 sq mi (4.9 km2) 7,182 feet (2,189 m) [b] $36,607 Francis M. Lyman, a LDS Church Apostle Fayette Sanpete 211 &0000000000000000480000.48 !0.48 sq mi (1.2 km2) 5,052 feet (1,540 m) 1861 $28,750 Fayette, New York, where the LDS Church was organized Leamington Millard 206 &00000000000000015700001.57 !1.57 sq mi (4.1 km2) 4,731 feet (1,442 m) 1871 $43,125 Leamington Hastings, a town in England Hanksville Wayne 204 &00000000000000000000000 !N/A[a] 4,291 feet (1,308 m) 1882 &00000000000000000000000 !N/A[a] Ebeneazer Hanks, original settler of the area Woodruff Rich 198 &0000000000000000540000.54 !0.54 sq mi (1.4 km2) 6,339 feet (1,932 m) 1865 $43,000 Wilford Woodruff, LDS Church President New Harmony Washington 194 &0000000000000000400000.40 !0.40 sq mi (1.0 km2) 5,305 feet (1,617 m) [b] $34,583 Harmony, Pennsylvania, where Joseph Smith translated the Book of Mormon Altamont Duchesne 194 &0000000000000000160000.16 !0.16 sq mi (0.41 km2) 6,388 feet (1,947 m) [b] $28,750 Composite name of nearby peaks Altonah and Mt. Emmons Laketown Rich 191 &00000000000000010100001.01 !1.01 sq mi (2.6 km2) 5,974 feet (1,821 m) 1864 $60,893 Town is located next to Bear Lake, a 109-square-mile (280 km2) lake on the Utah-Idaho border Torrey Wayne 191 &0000000000000000390000.39 !0.39 sq mi (1.0 km2) 6,837 feet (2,084 m) [b] $25,859 Colonel Torrey, a veteran of the Spanish-American War Boulder Garfield 186 &000000000000002092000020.92 !20.92 sq mi (54.2 km2) 6,703 feet (2,043 m) 1889 $30,000 Boulder Mountain, a 11,317-foot (3,449 m) mountain located in the Dixie National Forest Clawson Emery 173 &0000000000000000540000.54 !0.54 sq mi (1.4 km2) 5,942 feet (1,811 m) 1897 $31,250 Rudger Clawson, a LDS Church Apostle Junction* Piute 171 &000000000000001496000014.96 !14.96 sq mi (38.7 km2) 6,007 feet (1,831 m) 1880 $25,625 Located at the junction of the East Fork and the Sevier Rivers Snowville Box Elder 164 &00000000000000015300001.53 !1.53 sq mi (4.0 km2) 4,547 feet (1,386 m) 1871 $24,375 Lorenzo Snow, LDS Church President[35] Tabiona Duchesne 163 &0000000000000000130000.13 !0.13 sq mi (0.34 km2) 6,516 feet (1,986 m) 1860 $28,750 Originally called Tabby and Tabbyville referring to Ute tribe leader Tava who's nickname was Tabby Fairfield Utah 151 &00000000000000000000000 !N/A[a] 4,877 feet (1,487 m) 1855 &00000000000000000000000 !N/A[a] Amos Fielding, an early settler of the area Vineyard Utah 148 &00000000000000044199994.42 !4.42 sq mi (11.4 km2) 4,557 feet (1,389 m) [b] $55,313 The grape vines that were planted in the area Henrieville Garfield 148 &0000000000000000170000.17 !0.17 sq mi (0.44 km2) 5,997 feet (1,828 m) 1878 $28,500 James Henrie, first stake president of the local LDS stake Alton Kane 140 &0000000000000000370000.37 !0.37 sq mi (0.96 km2) 7,041 feet (2,146 m) [b] $30,883 Alton Fjord in Norway Cannonville Garfield 138 &00000000000000012299991.23 !1.23 sq mi (3.2 km2) 5,886 feet (1,794 m) 1874 $28,750 George Q. Cannon, a LDS Church Apostle Kingston Piute 136 &00000000000000053200005.32 !5.32 sq mi (13.8 km2) 6,017 feet (1,834 m) 1876 $23,750 Thomas R. King, the area's first settler Brian Head Iron 127 &00000000000000031000003.10 !3.10 sq mi (8.0 km2) 9,800 feet (3,000 m) [b] $44,063 William Jennings Bryan, national politician and former candidate for President of the United States Lynndyl Millard 120 &00000000000000035099993.51 !3.51 sq mi (9.1 km2) 4,787 feet (1,459 m) 1907 $35,625 Unknown[d] Hatch Garfield 118 &0000000000000000270000.27 !0.27 sq mi (0.70 km2) 6,919 feet (2,109 m) 1872[19] $37,083 Meltiar Harch Sr., a settler of the area Antimony Garfield 114 &000000000000001011999910.12 !10.12 sq mi (26.2 km2) 6,453 feet (1,967 m) 1873 $22,500 The metal antimony that was mined in the area Bryce Canyon City Garfield 59 &00000000000000000000000 !N/A[a] 7,664 feet (2,336 m) 1875 &00000000000000000000000 !N/A[a] Local homsteader Ebenezer Bryce Ophir Tooele 28 &0000000000000000160000.16 !0.16 sq mi (0.41 km2) 6,496 feet (1,980 m) [b] $50,000 The Ophir Gold Mine that was located in the area Scofield Carbon 26 &0000000000000000500000.50 !0.50 sq mi (1.3 km2) 7,739 feet (2,359 m) 1879 $26,250 General Charles W. 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