List of census-designated places in Utah

This page lists census-designated places (CDPs) in the U.S. state of Utah. At the 2010 census, there were 81 CDPs in Utah.[1] That number dropped to 79 in 2016 when first Dutch John then Millcreek incorporated.[2]

Census-Designated PlacesEdit

CDP Population[3] County
Aneth 501 San Juan
Avon 367 Cache
Benjamin 1,145 Utah
Benson 1,485 Cache
Beryl Junction 197 Iron
Bluebell 293 Duchesne
Bluff 258 San Juan
Bonanza 1 Uintah
Cache 38 Cache
Carbonville 1,567 Carbon
Central 613 Washington
Clear Creek 4 Carbon
Copperton 826 Salt Lake
Cove 460 Cache
Dammeron Valley 803 Washington
Deseret 353 Millard
Dugway 795 Tooele
Echo 56 Summit
Eden 600 Weber
Elberta 256 Utah
Emigration Canyon 1,567 Salt Lake
Enterprise 605 Morgan
Erda 4,642 Tooele
Flaming Gorge 83 Daggett
Fort Duchesne 714 Uintah
Fremont 145 Wayne
Garden 181 Rich
Granite 1,932 Salt Lake
Halchita 266 San Juan
Halls Crossing 6 San Juan
Hoytsville 607 Summit
Jensen 412 Uintah
Kearns 35,731 Salt Lake
Kenilworth 180 Carbon
La Sal 395 San Juan
Lake Shore 817 Utah
Liberty 1,257 Weber
Maeser 3,601 Uintah
Magna 26,505 Salt Lake
Marion 685 Summit
Mexican Hat 31 San Juan
Montezuma Creek 335 San Juan
Mountain Green 2,309 Morgan
Navajo Mountain 354 San Juan
Neola 461 Duchesne
Newcastle 247 Iron
Oasis 75 Millard
Oljato–Monument Valley 674 San Juan
Palmyra 491 Utah
Peoa 253 Summit
Peter 324 Cache
Pine Valley 186 Washington
Randlett 220 Uintah
Riverside 760 Box Elder
Samak 287 Summit
Silver Summit 3,632 Summit
Snyderville 5,612 Summit
South Willard 1,571 Box Elder
Spanish Valley 491 San Juan
Spring Glen 1,126 Carbon
Spring Lake 458 Utah
Stansbury Park 5,145 Tooele
Summit 160 Iron
Summit Park 7,775 Summit
Sutherland 165 Millard
Teasdale 191 Wayne
Thatcher 789 Box Elder
Thompson Springs 39 Grand
Timber Lakes 607 Wasatch
Tselakai Dezza 109 San Juan
Veyo 483 Washington
Wanship 400 Summit
West Mountain 1,186 Utah
West Wood 844 Carbon
White City 5,407 Salt Lake
White Mesa 242 San Juan
Whiterocks 289 Uintah
Wolf Creek 1,336 Weber
Woodland 343 Summit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2010 Census U.S. Gazetteer File for Places: Utah". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved April 1, 2014.
  2. ^ Tribune, Mike Gorrell The Salt Lake. "Millcreek City leads county into a new era". Retrieved 27 May 2018.
  3. ^ "Utah: 2010 - Census Bureau" (PDF). United States Census Bureau.