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East Millcreek used to be part of Salt Lake City. It was its own city until 2010 when it was combined with Millcreek. Now, although many people still make a differentiation, they are both part of the city of Millcreek. It was originally proposed that Millcreek become part of Holladay, UT, but that was rejected by voters in 2008. Two years later East Millcreek was incorporated with Millcreek so that they entire area is not Millcreek.

Located just east of beautiful Salt Lake City, Emigration Canyon is more than just a canyon: it’s technically a township and a census-designated place, or CDP, meaning that it has a population of inhabitants who live there all year round. Though its current population is only about 1,500 people as of 2010, Emigration Canyon, which extends between the southern end of the University of Utah at Salt Lake City and the borders of Morgan County, the canyon is an iconic fixture in both Utah’s scenery and its history.

Located in Salt Lake County, Holladay is a city that was incorporated in 1999. People have lived in the area for almost as long as Utah has been around. Holladay is home to over 26,000 people and is near the base of Big Cotton Wood Canyon.

The 4.8-mile township and census-designated place (CDP) of Kearns, Utah is happy to boast a population of about 35,000 people and over 9,000 families, at least as of the 2010 census. Today, Kearns is best known for its proximity to Salt Lake City and for its Olympic Oval, an indoor oval-shaped speed-skating ice rink constructed for the 2002 Winter Olympic that the Salt Lake County hosted. Additionally, the township of Kearns is also the childhood home of entertainer and actor Palmer Scott!

People have been residing in the area that is now the city of Millcreek since 1848. Some of the earliest residents of Utah settled in the area. This area, before it became the city of Millcreek, was known by many different names. Some of those names are: East Millcreek, Mount Olympus and Canyon Rim. In 2002 Millcreek became a township in Salt Lake, but it was not until 2015 that Millcreek officially became its own city. The next year the city got its own city council and has been operating as a city since.

Murray City, sometimes informally referred to simply as Murray, is located pretty much at the heart of the Salt Lake Valley in Utah, and is actually known as the Hub of Salt Lake County. According to the 2016 census, Murray City has a population of over 49,000 citizens, following a rapid increase that took place in the early 2000s. Since Murray City is larger than most of its neighboring cities and towns, it has its own police/fire department, water and power supplies, public library, geriatric care, school district, sewage system, and parks and recreation services. Murray City is a popular choice for homeowners and residents because, despite all of its public services, it has one of the lowest tax rates of any city in the State of Utah according to The Salt Lake Tribune.

 
Sugar House is not an official city but the name of a neighborhood in Salt Lake City, Utah. In fact, Sugar House is one Salt Lake City’s oldest neighborhoods. For some perspective, the population of Sugar House is about 32,000 as of 2016, where the population of Salt Lake City is about 190,000 as of 2016. Presently, Sugar House is best-known for having Westminster College within its borders, a private liberal arts college and, in fact, the only accredited liberal arts college in the state of Utah. Another notable feature of Sugar House is its beautiful Fairmont Park, with playgrounds, scenic walkways, ball fields, and other beautiful outdoor scenery.

Today, with a population of about 60,000 as of 2016, Taylorsville is a prominent city in Salt Lake County, unique in its youth that bears a rich and blended history. Many of Taylorsville’s inhabitants are pleased with the more centralized control of community activities, economic growth, public education, and other public services. Aside from making its way as a steadily-growing city, Taylorsville is a popular travel destination, with many mountain trails for hiking, cycling, and taking in the scenic view of the Salt Lake Valley. Taylorsville also experiences the four distinct seasons that are common among the Utah climate, and is easily accessible from the remaining portions of Kearnes to the west and Murray City to the east, each with their own histories and attractions as well.