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Utah County has 11 of state’s 12 fastest-growing cities
Census » SLC’s growth continues; it adds more residents than any city.


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Data show that Brigham City has the slowest growth among Utah cities of at least 10,000 population, just 0.6 percent. Perlich said it has been economically depressed because of layoffs in recent years at ATK.

Growth was also relatively slow around Ogden and northern Davis County.

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Where SLC ranks

Salt Lake City, with an estimated 189,899 residents, ranks as the nation’s 123rd largest city. Utah’s smallest incorporated area is Scofield, population 24.

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"That historically has not been an area of rapid population growth," Perlich said. "The big mainstay institutions there, like Hill Air Force Base, are steady but not in a growth mode."

ldavidson@sltrib.com




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