Salt Lake City

Change Atlas 2000 - 2010

2000-2010 changes in population and housing characteristics for Salt Lake City

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Salt Lake City Census 2010 Atlas

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Council District Profiles

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There is no single Salt Lake City – there is a tapestry of many communities with a wide range of characteristics. The Salt Lake City School District reports over 80 languages spoken in the homes of its students. This depth and breadth of cultural, linguistic, ethnic, and intellectual diversity are unprecedented in Utah. This ‘Crossroads of the West’ is emerging as a global city.

The new change data portal features an atlas of demographic and housing changes in SLC from 2000 to 2010. Text and maps in the complete atlas illustrate changes across the city. For summaries of changes in specific city areas, access one-page data profiles by census tract or by city council district.


Analysis & Research for Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City Census 2010 Atlas
Demographics / Housing Units

A detailed atlas of block level Census 2010 demographic and housing data for Salt Lake City.

SLC Community Council Data Explorer
Age / Race or Ethnicity / Tenure

Sugar House? Rose Park? Downtown? Yalecrest? Jordan Meadows? Explore several demographic and housing topics for all SLC neighborhoods.

2000-2010 Change Data: SLC
Change 2000-2010 / Demographics

A portal to the 2000-2010 Change Atlas for Salt Lake City and change data profiles for census tracts and city council districts.

Salt Lake City Population Change 2000-2010 by Age
Age / Change 2000-2010 / Weave Wednesday

View 2000-2010 population change by age groups for each tract in Salt Lake City.

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.

Free/Reduced Lunch Eligibility: Salt Lake City School District
SLC School District / Weave Wednesday

Free and Reduced-Price Lunch eligibility mapped to a census tract level, based on the home residence of students.

Salt Lake County RAIFHEA
Analysis of Impediments

Regional analysis of impediments to fair housing choice, Salt Lake County.

Housing Changes 2000-2010: Salt Lake City
Change 2000-2010 / Tenure / Weave Wednesday

See housing changes from 2000 to 2010 by Salt Lake City census tract. Includes changes in total, occupied, vacant, owner-occupied, and renter-occupied units.

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.

Population Change 2000-2010 by Race/Ethnicity: Salt Lake City Council Districts
Change 2000-2010 / Race or Ethnicity / Weave Wednesday

View 2000-2010 population change by race for each city council district of Salt Lake City.

Salt Lake City HAND Reference Manual
Demographics / Housing Units

This publication has been prepared for the Housing and Neighborhood Development Division (HAND) of Community and Economic Development, Salt Lake City Corporation. The contents have been designed and customized to meet the requirements specified by HAND. The geographic focus of this work is Salt Lake City, City Council Districts, and Census Tracts.

Glendale / Poplar Grove Data Explorer 2
Age / Race or Ethnicity / Weave Wednesday

Race, ethnicity, and age data explorer for the Glendale and Poplar Grove neighborhoods of Salt Lake City. Compares the area to surrounding areas.

Glendale / Poplar Grove Data Explorer
Race or Ethnicity / Weave Wednesday

Race and Ethnicity data explorer for the Glendale and Poplar Grove neighborhoods of Salt Lake City.

Age in Salt Lake City
Age / Weave Wednesday

View the age distributions of Salt Lake City residents at a block level.

Salt Lake City Race and Ethnicity 2010
Race or Ethnicity / Weave Wednesday

See neighborhood block-level race and ethnicity data for Salt Lake City.

Salt Lake City Tenure and Ethnicity 2010
Household / Race or Ethnicity / Tenure

View areas of high and low home ownership in Salt Lake City according to the householder.

Salt Lake City Minority Populations 2010
Race or Ethnicity

View Salt lake City minority population data for minority groups in any part of Salt Lake City, Utah. This application reports the total number of a minority group.

Salt Lake City Household Types 2010

View Salt Lake City household types across the city, such as 1-person, husband-wife, other family and nonfamily households. Also, see detail on the composition of family types for any part of Salt Lake City, Utah.

Salt Lake City FHEA
Entitlement City

Salt Lake City Fair Housing Equity Assesment PDF

Community Data for Policy, Planning, and Community Investment: Salt Lake City Case Studies

Salt Lake City is at the forefront of Utah’s demographic, economic, and cultural transformation. Importantly, patterns of this emerging complexity and diversity vary dramatically by neighborhood and community. The scope and magnitude of these trends and their spatial variation have significant implications for the design and implementation of programs, practices, and facilities.

Salt Lake City Population and Household Demographic Trends: 1990 to 2010
Demographics / Household / Population

Table 1 of this profile presents the counts and shares of the populations of the racial and ethnic groups residing in places in 1990, 2000, and 2010. It also contains counts and shares of households by type, housing units by occupancy status and tenure, and selected counts of the disabled. Table 2 presents the absolute

Population Distribution Profile for Salt Lake City
Demographics / Population

This profile presents a top level summary of the age structure and also the racial and ethnic composition of populations residing in various census designated geographies as reported in the 2010 Census. Counts and shares of 5-year and selected-year age groups are shown by gender, with a population pyramid illustrating the distribution. Median ages and

These downloads present and analyze results from the Census of Population and Housing. This mandatory enumeration is conducted by the federal government and is used to determine reapportionment and redistricting. This is the most complete record of population, households, and housing units that is generated for communities and neighborhoods across the nation. It has been conducted every ten years since 1790. Records from these enumerations inform much of our understanding of our changing communities. Individual records, which are released 72 years after collection, are extensively used for genealogy and other family history research.

Capital City Education 2013 Collaboration Agreement
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.”