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%
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Quality of Life

Public Education

Medical Facilities

Recreation

  • 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

Transportation

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

Interstates

  • 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.

Utilities

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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