6 Facts to Know About Heber City, Utah
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If you're looking for a place to live in Utah, take a look at what Heber City has to offer. These facts may help you make your decision.

If you're looking for a place to live in Utah, take a look at what Heber City has to offer. These facts may help you make your decision.

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  • 1. 6 Facts to Know about Heber City, Utah
  • 2. Heber City, What? • If you’ve never heard of Heber City, Utah, you’re not alone. • Buried in the Wasatch Mountains. • Home to 12,000 people. • Close to the famous Utah ski resorts.
  • 3. What’s Great about Heber City? 1. Low Unemployment 2. Close to Park City 3. Settled by Mormons 4. Home of the “Heber Creeper” 5. Great Place to Raise a Family 6. Close 3 Reservoirs
  • 4. 1. Low Unemployment • One of the lowest unemployment rates in the state of Utah. • Utah has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the US. • Most jobs are commuter jobs to Salt Lake City.
  • 5. 2. Close to Park City • 20 minutes away from Park City • Ski resorts are even closer • People grow up snowboarding and skiing • Outdoors-oriented community
  • 6. 3. Settled by Mormons • Like almost every older town in Utah, Heber City was settled by members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. • Named for leader Heber C. Kimball • Religious population now composed of Mormons, Catholics, and other Christian denominations.
  • 7. 4. Home of the “Heber Creeper” • Heber Valley Historic Railroad has been operating for 100 years. • Train gives tour rides through Provo Canyon • 3-hour ride • You can see Mt. Timpanogos, Cascade Mountain, Deer Creek Reservoir, and Provo River
  • 8. 5. Great Place to Raise a Family • Smaller community • Population is family- oriented • Low crime rate • Lower-priced real estate • Surrounding luxury communities
  • 9. 6. Close to 3 Reservoirs 1. Jordanelle – surrounding cliffs great for triathlon training. 2. Deer Creek – boating and camping available. 3. Strawberry – fishing for salmon, trout, and crayfish.
  • 10. Check It Out! • Find out more about the Heber City location. • Learn more about nearby communities like Red Ledges.