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 Utah Travel Center Counties Salt Lake • Facts

Salt Lake County received its name from the Great Salt Lake.

Area: 764 sq. miles

Average Income: $33,844
Per Capita Income: $18,070

County seat: Salt Lake City

Economy: wholesale and retail trade, manufacturing, services, transportation and communications, finance, mining, construction, tourism, agriculture

Elevation: 4,200 to 5,200 feet above sea level

Points of interest: Beehive House, Fort Douglas, Great Salt Lake, Great Salt Lake State Park, Jordan River State Park, State Capitol building, Temple Square, This is the Place State Park, Veterans Memorial State Park, ski resorts at Alta, Snowbird, Brighton, and Solitude. Utah Museum of Natural History, Hogle Zoo, Liberty Park, Delta Center, Salt Palace Complex, Wheeler Historic Farm, Bingham copper mine, LDS Church Museum of History and Art, Salt Lake Art Center, Utah State Historical Society.

History for Salt Lake County


1980 - 619,066
1990 - 725-956
1995 - 808,383
1996 - 818,860
1999 - 827,818

Salt Lake City School District
440 East 100 South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111-1891
Phone: (801) 578-8599
FAX: (801) 578-8248

Salt Lake City Convention and Visitor's Bureau
90 South West Temple
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101-1406
Toll-free: (800) 541-4955
Phone: (801) 521-2822
Fax: (801) 534-4927

Salt Lake Area Chamber of Commerce
175 E. 400 S. 6th Floor
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Phone: 801.364.3631
Fax: 801.328.5098
Email: info@slacc.org

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