This page represents the documentation for an objective of mine: To visit  EVERY town and city in Utah. Of the 466 Utah towns and cities in Utah, (sometimes not much more than just a named location with a few houses or ranches), I have now visited and taken a picture of ALL of them.

Utah has 237 incorporated cities and towns, including three first class cities (100,000 or more population: Salt Lake City, West Valley City, Provo), four second class cities (65,000 to 99,999 population: Sandy, West Jordan, Orem, Ogden), seven third class cities (30,000 to 64,999), 22 fourth class cities (10,000 to 29,999), 97 fifth class cities (1,000 to 9,999) and 104 towns (0-999). Utah’s smallest municipality in population is Ophir Town, in Tooele County, with 23 residents.

NOTE: Locations with ‘*’ following the name are not listed as official towns in the 2000 Utah State census which lists only 235 Utah towns and cities. Locations with ‘**’following the name are not large enough to have their own ZIP code.

There are a total of 252 Utah towns and cities assigned at least one ZIP code.

Deseret News article – 7 Jaunary 2005

Salt Lake Tribune article – 31 March 2005

“Tribute to Utah” Video – September 2006

 

[Click on the name of a town or city to see a picture from that location]
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Ghost Towns Other

 

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

R

S

T

U

V

W

Y

 

Utah – Ghost Towns

 

Ghost towns were once inhabited towns or communities but are now completely abandoned

and have at least one structure still standing.

 

Utah – Misc.

 

This section just represents named locations found on Utah maps.

In some cases, these locations may just be areas of a town/city with a distinct name,

an named industrial site, a railroad stop or may just be a point of interest.

HOME