Farmington, Utah Information
Located in between the mountains to the east and the Great Salt Lake to the west, this small Utah city is located about 16 miles north of Salt Lake City. It was ranked 12th on Money magazine’s list of the “Best Places to Live” for 2011. Its unique architectural character is due to the natural field stone used to build many of its older civic buildings.
Farmington, Utah Details
The cultural diversity is low, with approximately 95% of the population identifying as Caucasian. The City Center neighborhood has one of America’s highest concentrations of residents of English and Dutch descent. Only 2.9% of the population is composed of immigrants, compared to 13.2% for the United States as a whole. Over 46% of the adult population has a bachelor’s or advanced degree, significantly higher than the national average.
Places of Interest
Station Park, an outdoor shopping center with a show fountain and park, is a popular place for residents to hang out, shop, and dine. The shopping center also features an outdoor ice skating rink, which is open in the winter time. It’s easy accessible to residents via the Front Runner, a commuter rail service that operates in town and connects the community to Salt Lake City and Provo. In fact, at the Provo station, travelers can catch Amtrak’s California Zephyr that goes as far east as Chicago.
Oakridge Country Club and golf course are another of the small city’s attractions. Oakridge 18-hole golf course was established in 1957. Historic landmarks include Lagoon Amusement Park and the S&S Shortline Railroad Park & Museum.
Lagoon Amusement Park is the largest theme park in the state. It includes a zoo and rides, including many kiddie rides, roller coasters, and water rides. Visitors come for the water park in the summer, and the attraction is also popular at Halloween. The historic amusement park began as a resort in 1896; it once extended to the shores of the Great Salt Lake, although it was moved to its present location in the late 1890s.
The S&S Shortline Railroad Park & Museum allows visitors see more than 90 railroad engines and cars. A museum is located inside a replica freight station in the style of the 1920s, and the attraction also includes a picnic grounds and a miniature golf course. The railroad was an important part of the town’s history since the Utah Central Railroad first arrived in 1870.
The city also has more than 146 miles of trails. With streams that crisscross the town as they flow from the canyon into the Great Salt Lake, the city attracts residents who enjoy hiking, jogging, fishing, camping, horseback riding, and other outdoor activities. The Davis County Fairgrounds in West Farmington has facilities for horseback riding and rodeo.
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The city was founded in 1847 by the Mormon pioneer family the Haights, who established a farm and an inn. Its original name was North Cottonwood. Nearby communities in Utah include Bountiful, Centerville, Fruit Heights, and Kaysville. The latest U.S. Census Bureau data reports the median household income between 2011-2015 was $92,363.
As of May 2017, the median home value in Farmington is $304,500. Median gross rent for 2011-2015 was $900. Neighborhood Scout placed the average rental price at $931 in the City Center neighborhood as of May 2017. Most homes in this area were not old, having been built between 1970 and 1999.
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