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Mount Pleasant
Sanpete County, Utah

ZipCodes
84647




Page Contents for Mount Pleasant, Utah

Statistics & Facts

Location

History & History-related items

City Attractions

Government

Chamber of Commerce.

Community events.

Schools.

Miscellany



Statistics & Facts

The Utah state capital is Salt Lake City.
The population of Mount Pleasant is approximately 2,851 2009, 3260 2010.
The approximate number of families is 975 2000, 1020 2010.
The amount of land area in Mount Pleasant is 6.979 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Mount Pleasant is 2.82 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Mount Pleasant to Washington DC is 1954 miles.
The distance to the Utah state capital is 93 miles. (as the crow flies)
Mount Pleasant is positioned 39.54 degrees north of the equator and 111.45 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Mount Pleasant elevation is 5924 feet above sea level.
Mount Pleasant per capita income is $ 15,347 2009.
Mount Pleasant median income is $ 41,449 2009.
The Mount Pleasant median home price is $ 145,121 2009.

Location

In central Utah, north of Ephraim and east of Moroni in northern Sanpete County. It is twenty-two miles northeast of Manti. Other nearby communities include: Spring City, Fairview, Wales, Fountain Green and Scofield.
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History & History Related Items

This is a history page for Mount Pleasant. Also try this history page. It was here that the peace treaty by Chief Blackhawk was signed in the now Old Pioneer Museum. The Main Street is on the National Historic Register.

A group of settlers from Manti, led by Madison D. Hambleton, came here in the Spring of 1852 to begin the community of Hambleton. A small group had come late in 1851 to find lumber and wood for their project. During the Walkara Indian War, the little group had to re-locate temporarily to Spring Town, which later became Spring City, and eventually moved back to Manti for protection. In 1859, a larger group was sent to colonize the area. When they arrived, they found the old settlement had been burned to the ground. They laid out a new townsite at that time.

Many of the new settlers were Mormon converts from Europe and Scandinavia. By 1880, Mount Pleasant was the largest city in Sanpete County, with a majority of the adults being foreign born. Because of this ethnic diversity, special cultures were formed in the small community. For a long period of time, five languages were spoken here. It took years for the melding to occur with moments of confusion and sometimes funny communication problems.

Mt Pleasant Pioneer Relic Home and Blacksmith Shop
History, stories, photographs, memories, events.
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Attractions

Wasatch Academy, founded in 1875 is the oldest continuously operating secondary school in Utah.
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Mount Pleasant City Government

Mount Pleasant Website

City Hall
115 W. Main
Mount Pleasant, Utah 84647
Phone: 435-462-2456.

Mount Pleasant Chamber

Mt Pleasant Chamber of Commerce
115 W. Main
Mt. Pleasant, UT 84647
Phone: 435-462-2456
Fax: 435-462-2581

Mount Pleasant Community Events

Memorial Day each year
An Annual Event
Sanpitch Rhubarb Festival
Place: Mount Pleasant, Utah
Time: noon til 6:00 pm
Sponsored by: Native Wines
A celebration of all things Rhubarbian: Rhubarb pie contest with $ 100 first prize, a Rhubarb parade, Rhubarb eating contest, Rhubarb coblers, hams syrups, chutneys and of course, world famous Estate Rhubarb Wine from Native Wines. Also, the crowning of the Rhubarb Queen and the awarding of the Defender of the Rhubarb award.


4th of July each year
Hub City Days lasts through June and July with major events on the 3rd and 4h of July including a rodeo, parade and Cowboy breakfast.
3rd Saturday in October each year
Honest Apple Day
Place: Mount Pleasant, Utah
Time: noon til 6:00 pm
Sponsored by: Native Wines/Mt. Pleasant City
This is a celebration of the apple trees planted by the Mormon Pioneers for food and beverage. Events include and apple pie contest with a $ 100 first prize, other prizes too. All kinds of apple products are for sale including caramel apples, fresh apple juice, apple fritters, baked apples, apple pies, apple jellies, apple wine and dutch oven apple cobbler served with fresh cream. We feature an heirloom apple tasting with over 40 varieties of antique apples available for tasting. also available are special grafted trees of most of the varieties of apples in the tasting.

Mount Pleasant Organizations

Mt Pleasant Chamber of Commerce
115 W. Main
Mt. Pleasant, UT 84647
Phone: 435-462-2456
Fax: 435-462-2581

Mount Pleasant Schools

N Sanpete School District
220 E. 700 S.
Mt Pleasant, UT 84647
Phone: 435-462-2485



S Sanpete School District
39 S Main
Manti, UT 84642
Phone: 435-835-2261
Wasatch Academy
A private boarding school established in 1875 Mount Pleasant

Miscellany

The population of Mount Pleasant was:
1890 - 2,254
1900 - 2,372
1920 - 2,280
1920 - 2,418
1930 - 2,284
1940 - 2,382
1950 - 2,030
1960 - 1,572
1970 - 1,516
1980 - 2,049
1990 - 2,092
2000 - 2,707
2009 - 2,851

Median age:
2000 - 30 years

Population Density:
2000 - 958.8 persons per square mile

Number of Housing Units:
1990 - 819
2000 - 975


Median Household Income:
2000 - $ 33,603
2009 - $ 41,449

Per Capita Income:
2000 - $ 13,630
2009 - $ 15,347

Median house value:
2000 - $ 104,300
2009 - $ 145,121

Mount Pleasant is located in the Mountain Time Zone and does participate in daylight savings time during a portion of the year.


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