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The population of Syracuse is approximately 12,500 (2002), 24331 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 2,490 (2000), 6362 (2010).

The amount of land area in Syracuse is 15.864 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Syracuse is 9.5 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Syracuse to Washington DC is 1929 miles. The distance to the Utah state capital is 18 miles. (as the crow flies)
Syracuse is positioned 41.09 degrees north of the equator and 112.05 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Syracuse elevation is 4,240 feet above sea level.
Syracuse median income is $41,065.00.

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Syracuse location: between Layton and Clearfield in northern Utah

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Syracuse history:

Here is a history page for Syracuse.

The first settler was David Cook in 1876. Another early settler was Joseph Bodily in 1877. How was Syracuse named? This excerpt from the above history page tells the story. "Wiliam Galbraith, a salt maker on the lake, printed the name Syracuse on his salt bags, the name came from a salt company he knew in Syracuse, New York. The name was later used by the Syracuse Bathing Resort, built in 1887 by Daniel C. Adams. He was determined to have the finest resort on the lake, and was the only spot along the shore of the Great Salt Lake with a natural grove of trees. The Union Pacific Railroad, constructed the Ogden and Syracuse Railway in 1887. The railway linked the Syracuse Resort to the main line between Ogden and Salt Lake City. The name "Syracuse" was subsequently adopted as the name of our city." Much more historical information is available on the webpage.
The incorporation date of Syracuse: 3 Sep 1935

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Syracuse attractions:

Syracuse Museum
1726 South Heritage Lane
Syracuse, Utah
Phone: (801) 825-3633

Information on Antelope Island in the Great Salt Lake.

Antelope Island State Park
Reservations: 800-322-3770
Hotline: 801-595-4030 or 801-625-1630
A 7.2 mile causeway is the entrance to Antelope Island. Take I-15 to exit 335 and head west.

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