Salt Lake and Utah County subcounty estimates, 2010-2019

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Publication Type policy report
School or College David Eccles School of Business
Research Institute Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute
Creator Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute
Title Salt Lake and Utah County subcounty estimates, 2010-2019
Date 2020
Description Utah's ongoing growth perpetuates the need for current housing and population estimates for cities and neighborhoods This analysis provides these estimates for Salt Lake and Utah Counties, which are home to over half of Utah's population and have contributed 54% of the growth that has made Utah the fastest-growing state this decade Salt Lake County grew 1 0% from 2018 to 2019, Utah County grew 2 8%, and both counties experienced their largest growth in housing units of any year this decade Though Utah County is about half the population of Salt Lake County, it gained more new residents from 2018 to 2019, as the growth dynamic continues to shift south Population growth is most concentrated in southwestern Salt Lake County and northern and northwestern Utah County, but Salt Lake City, Spanish Fork, Vineyard, and other areas are growing as well Census tracts confirm this concentrated population growth, with the 10 highest-growth tracts accounting for 60% of combined growth in the two counties There were 73 tracts that grew 2% or more from 2018 to 2019, while only two tracts lost 2% or more in population.
Type Text
Publisher University of Utah
Subject economics; public policy
Language eng
Rights Management (c) Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute
Format Medium application/pdf
ARK ark:/87278/s6dk18q6
Setname ir_kcg
ID 1669295
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