Community Information

Utah Accolades

  • Utah #1 Best States for Business and Careers (Forbes / Oct 2010 & Nov 2011)
  • Utah #1 Energy Cost Index (Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council / Aug 2011)
  • Utah #1 Best Quality of Life (Business Facilities Magazine / July / Aug 2010)

Quick Facts

  • Located 20 miles southwest of Salt Lake City; quick access to I-15
  • Over 28,000 residents
  • Median household income $76,509
  • Median Age 24.7
  • Average Annual Growth Rate 30%

Quality of Life

Public Education

Medical Facilities


  • Approximately 1,000 acres of open space, parks and trails
  • Baseball, soccer, football, volleyball, fishing, basketball, lacrosse, sledding, recreation center, community garden, skate park, horse trails, and splash pads
  • Herriman City Parks
  • J.L. Sorensen Recreation Center


Easy access to/from Salt Lake International Airport; Access to Utah’s largest highways and nature’s finest trails; Served by an award-winning mass transit system, the Utah Transit Authority


  • Fast access to I-15 and I-215

Major Roadways

  • Mountain View Corridor; 7 miles through the City
  • Redwood Road
  • Easy access to Bangerter Highway

Mass Transit

  • Utah Transit Authority (UTA) bus, rail and carpool

Arterial Roads (ADT*)

  • 13400 South (16,000)
  • 12600 South (11,000)
  • Mountain View Corridor (24,000)
  • Rosecrest Road (8,000)

*ADT (Average Daily Traffic) identified represents the highest measurement on local segment of roadway as provided by Herriman City Engineering Department.


Culinary Water, Secondary Water, Electricity, Gas and Fiber Optic; each utility has been designed with redundancy and self healing capability through multiple substations and back-up systems.






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