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Spring City
Sanpete County, Utah

ZipCodes
84662




Page Contents for Spring City, Utah

Statistics & Facts

Location

History & History-related items

City Attractions

Government

Community events.

Organizations, Churches, and Sports.

Schools.

Miscellany



Statistics & Facts

The Utah state capital is Salt Lake City.
The population of Spring City is approximately 1,055 (2009), 988 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 370 (2000), 327 (2010).
The amount of land area in Spring City is 3.435 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Spring City is 1.3 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Spring City to Washington DC is 1955 miles.
The distance to the Utah state capital is 97 miles. (as the crow flies)
Spring City is positioned 39.48 degrees north of the equator and 111.49 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Spring City elevation is 5,823 feet above sea level.
Spring City per capita income is $ 14,288 (2009).
Spring City median income is $ 53,243 (2009).
The Spring City median home price is $ 146,309 (2009).

Location

in the center of Utah in central Sanpete County, north of Ephraim. Other nearby communities include Mount Pleasant, Moroni, Wales, Fairview, Fountain Green, Manti and Levan.
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History & History Related Items

Originally known as Canal. It is famous for the spring in the middle of town which never runs dry. The entire town is listed on the National Historic Register. Though mostly a small farming town, Spring City is becoming known as an artist community. Orson Hyde, an apostle for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is buried here in the Spring City Cemetery.
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The settling of Spring City

1852


Attractions

Spring City, Utah is a small community, but it boasts an amazing number of artists and writers in this national historical site. Many of the buildings were constructed in the 1850's and some have been restored with the help of local residents skilled in architecture and historical renovation. The town layout follows in the tradition of Mormon street plans, eschewing names in favor of a numbering system (100 North, 200 South, etc.). Almost every home has enough room for livestock, which consists primarily of horses, sheep and poultry (they have a wonderful recipe for turkey that tastes like teriyaki steak). Just a few miles south of Mt. Pleasant, the geographic center of Utah, Spring City looks out at the majestic Horseshoe Mountain and many other surrounding peaks. Make a point to visit some of the nearby parks, many of them national monuments, such as Bryce Canyon, Arches, Dinosaur Monument and Zion National Park. It will enrich your life.

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Spring City City Government

City Hall
Phone: 435-462-2244 or 435-462-3029

Spring City Community Events

Memorial Day Weekend
"Heritage Days"
Annually, on the Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend, the Friends of Historic Spring City sponsor "Heritage Days."
Various residents of the city open their historic homes to the public for tours of the homes. There are usually about 15-20 homes open, and if you want to see them all, plan on spending the entire day.
The event is held rain or shine. Tickets run about $ 10 for adults and $ 5 for kids under 12. Toddlers are free if held; $ 5 if they toddle around themselves.
The entire community is involved and throughout the day there are bake sales, lunch items, and craft items for sale. There is an evening dinner in the park, with entertainment, is also available for an extra charge.
Local artisans give presentations on their particular craft, such as hand-thrown pottery, hand built pioneer wood furniture, rug weaving, etc. Proceeds from ticket sales go to Friends of Spring City, who use the money to help owners of historic homes with repairs or improvements. The entire city is on the National Historic Register as one of the finest examples of early pioneer community planning and home construction in the nation.
For more information, contact Lee Bennion or call Jamie Wheelwright at (435) 462-2553 after 6PM. Email: Jamee.Wheelwright@snow.edu

Spring City Schools

N Sanpete School District
41 West Main
Mt Pleasant, UT 84647
Phone: 435-462-2485 Spring City

Miscellany

The population of Spring City was:
1860 - 243
1870 - 623
1880 - 989
1890 - 1,044
1900 - 1,135
1910 - 1,100
1920 - 1,106
1930 - 902
1940 - 839
1950 - 703
1960 - 463
1970 - 456
1980 - 671
1990 - 715
2000 - 956
2009 - 1,055

Median age:
2000 - 30 years

Population Density:
2000 - 720.5 persons per square mile

Number of Housing Units:
1990 - 305
2000 - 370


Median Household Income:
2000 - $ 34,609
2009 - $ 53,243

Per Capita Income:
2000 - $ 12,310
2009 - $ 14,288

Median House Value:
2000 - $ 110,000
2009 - $ 146,309

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


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