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The Cities and communities of Juab County, Utah*






Mills, Mona

Nephi (County Seat)


Tintic, Trout Creek

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Juab County Website information

Juab County Clerk
160 N Main St
Nephi, Utah 84648
County Clerk Phone: 435-623-3410

The County Seat of Juab County is Nephi

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1860 - 672
1870 - 2,034
1880 - 3,474
1890 - 5,582
1900 - 10,082
1910 - 10,702
1920 - 9,871
1930 - 8,605
1940 - 7,392
1950 - 5,981
1960 - 4,597
1970 - 4,574
1980 - 5,530
1990 - 5,817
1995 - 6,845
2000 - 8,238
2004 - 9,009
2005 - 9,113
2009 - 10,244

Population density:
2000 - 3 people per square mile

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Neighboring Counties:
North - Tooele County
North - Utah County
East - Sanpete County
South - Millard County
West - White Pine County, Nevada

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Other Facts and Figures:

Median household Income:
2000 - $38,139
2008 - $47,236

Per capita income:
2000 - $12,790

Median age:
2000 - 26 years

Median house value:
2000 - $113,600
2008 - $204,118

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The county was formed in 1852, including portions of what is now Nevada. The size was reduced in 1854 and 1856 along with various other changes through the years until Juab County finally stabilized its borders. The first real settlement came about 1851 with Mormon settlers who set up their community at the Nephi area, near Salt Creek. They relied mainly on agriculture for their livelihoods. In 1869, silver, gold, copper and other precious metals were discovered in the Tintic region. Many mining towns, such as Diamond, Silver City and Eureka popped up during this era. By 1899, it was considered to be one of the richest mining districts in the entire nation. Mining continued into the mid-1900's with the operations scaling down through the rest of the century.

The name is from an Indian word meaning thirsty valley or just valley.

Try one of these history pages for Juab County
Utah History Encyclopedia ~ History for Kids ~ Pioneer Library ~ Juab History for students ~ Timeline history for Juab County

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Total Area: 3,406 square miles

Land Area: 3,392 square miles
Water Area: 15 square miles

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Juab County US GenWeb page
Lineages genealogy site for Juab County.
Linkpendium page for Juab County
Kindred Trails page for the county

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Nephi Public Library
21 East 100 North
Nephi, UT 84648
Phone: 435-623-1312

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Juab School District
346 East 600 North
Nephi, Uth 84648
Phone: 801-623-1940

Tintic School District
55 East Main St.
Eureka, Utah 84628
Phone: 801-433-6363

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The Economy is mainly made up of sectors of agriculture, manufacturing, mining and recreation

Juab County Economic Development

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Organizations & Groups

Juab County Travel

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Attractions & Other Information

Ghost Towns in Juab County

Diamond, Fitch, Jericho, Knightsville, Mammoth, and Silver City

Learn all about Central Utah
serving portions of Juab, SanPete and Sevier Counties.

Utah Reach _ Visit beautiful Juab County

Nephi Loop - Scenic Byway

Yuba State Park

Topaz Mountain - remote hiking and rock hunting

Paul Bunyan's Wood Pile - a unique lava formation

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