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Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City (SLC) is the capital of Utah. In 2014, the population of SLC was estimated to house 190,884 people. The city has grown after the immigration of the founding LDS people in 1847. Since then, mining booms and the construction of the first transcontinental railroad has helped to increase the economic growth within the Salt Lake. The city is well-known for its beauty, outdoor recreation, holding the 2002 Winter Olympics and “the greatest snow on Earth.”
St. George is the county seat of Washington County in Utah. In 2015, an estimated 80,202 people resided in St. George, which made it the seventh-largest city in Utah and the most populous city in the state outside of the Wasatch Front. St. George is well known for its close proximity to beautiful landscapes – including Snow Canyon, Quail Lake, Sand Hollow and Gunlock state parks – Las Vegas and Division 1 (DI) school Southern Utah University.
American Fork (AF) is in Utah County, Utah. The city is just north of Utah Lake at the base of Mount Timpanogos. The city was originally the main location for seasonal hunting and fishing for the early pioneers, and rapidly grew into a Utah economic frontrunner with the addition of the Utah Sugar Company, American Fork Co-operative Association and Chipman Mercantile.
Ogden is the county seat for Weber County. In 2014, the US Census Bureau reported 83,316 people living in Ogden. It is well known for the impact the city has had on Utah’s manufacturing and commerce businesses. It houses many of Utah’s historic buildings, is located at the base of the Wasatch Mountains and is home to Weber State University. In 2013, Forbes ranked Ogden as the sixteenth best place for business and careers.
Vernal is the largest city, and the county seat, in Utah’s Uintah County. Since 2010, Vernal’s city population has more than doubled. The 2014 census estimated that there were 101,844 people in the city. Vernal is located in northeastern Utah in the Uintah Basin just south of the Uinta Mountains. Vernal’s economy has thrived off of extracting the natural resources petroleum, natural gas, phosphate and uintatite.