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Discover how your neighborhood compares to others with our growing suite of data visualizations.

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SLC Student Languages

Native Languages of Salt Lake City School District students

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Free and Reduced Lunch

Eligibility of SLC students for free and reduced lunch, by home address

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Educational Attainment, Income

2009-2013 tract-level data for Salt Lake County.

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Ogden Data Explorer

Essential demographic and housing information for Ogden, Utah's seventh largest city.

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Welcome to Community Data from Demography Utah

An online system of community-level demographic, housing, and socioeconomic data, indicators, and profiles.

Demography Utah collects, stores and disseminates a growing selection of demographic, socioeconomic and other data about Utah. This online project, previously called the Utah Community Data Project (UCDP), continues as part of the efforts of Demography Utah. Our demography team is now housed at the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute, an applied economic and public policy research center in the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business. Community Data from Demography Utah provides information on the state’s counties, political districts, cities and towns, and neighborhoods. The data are available to everyone, from everyday people to small businesses to policymakers. Our goal is to democratize data to foster sound policy and strong communities.

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UCDP is a partner in A Capital City Education: Cultivating a College, Career, and Civic-Ready Environment in Salt Lake City; A “Multisector, Citywide Collaboration Focused on Education Pathways.”

Capital City Education Agreement

Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City has long been the central location of Utah’s major religious, cultural, commercial, financial, medical, and educational institutions. Every day, people come to the city to work, conduct business, attend school, worship, shop, play, or visit. The residential, or nighttime, population is about half that of the daytime, and the two populations have contrasting demographic and socioeconomic characteristics.

Housing & Opportunity Analysis

The Housing & Opportunity Assessment tool provides new demographic and economic information for every city and county along the Wasatch Front.

    Featured Reports & Analysis
    Median Household Income: Salt Lake County 2014
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    2010-2014 data on median household income for Salt Lake County. Explore variations by location and household type.

    Median Household Income in Utah: 2010-2014
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    2010-2014 data on median household income in Utah. Explore variations by location (census tract level) and household type.

    Salt Lake County Small Area Estimates
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    This map shares tract level postcensal housing unit and population estimates for Salt Lake County for five years (2010-2014) based on the housing unit method, which capitalizes upon detailed building permit data.

    Utah Tourism Measures: 2013-2015 Changes
    * Featured / Economic & Social / Weave Wednesday

    Explore changes in tourism indicators such as tax revenue and tourism job wages across Utah’s counties. 2013-14 and 2014-15 changes are included.

    Population Change 2000-2010 by Age: Utah County
    * Featured / Age / Change 2000-2010 / Weave Wednesday

    View 2000-2010 population change by major age groups for each tract of Utah County.

    Tenure Status and Housing Types: Davis County
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    View the percentage of housing units owned and rented and population in single and multifamily structures for all tracts of Davis County.

    Population Change by Age: 2010-2014 and 2013-2014
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    Population changes by age group for Utah’s 29 counties, using 2014 population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau.

    Population Change by Race and Ethnicity: 2010-2014
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    Population changes by race and ethnicity for Utah’s 29 counties, using 2014 population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau.

    General Fertility Rate 2012
    * Featured / Economic & Social / Weave Wednesday

    Map of the general fertility rate by Utah Small Areas, geographies defined by the Utah Department of Health.

    Native Languages and English Language Learners: Salt Lake City School District
    * Featured / SLC School District / Weave Wednesday

    Student native languages and English learning status mapped to a census tract level, based on home residences.

    2000-2010 Change Atlas
    * Featured / Change 2000-2010 / Demographics / Household

    The Salt Lake City Change Atlas: 2000–2010 is sponsored by Salt Lake City Corporation. It presents ten year changes in the basic demographic characteristics of the residents of Salt Lake City as recorded in the 2000 and 2010 decennial Censuses of Population and Housing.

    Salt Lake County FHEA Summary
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    10 Page summary of Salt Lake County Fair Housing Equity Assesment PDF

    Salt Lake County AI Summary
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    10 Page summary of Salt Lake County Analysis of Impediments PDF