Community Facts

Herriman Quick Facts

In April 2021, WalletHub ranked Herriman as the #1 city in the United States in "access to resources" for starting a new business. Herriman was rated #37 nationally for cities to start a business out of 1,337 cities overall.

State of Utah accolades

  • #1 Best State Economy (WalletHub
  • #1 state in mountain region for Workforce Development (
  • #3 Best States for Business, continuing more than a decade in top three (Forbes)
  • #4 Best States for Business, a repeat in the top ten (U.S. News and World Report)
  • #5 Best States for Business, a repeat in the top five (CNBC)
  • Salt Lake and Provo among top 10 cities to recover from COVID-19 (Forbes)

State of Utah Statistics

Job Growth


1.5% National

DWS, 2019



6.3% National

U.S. Census, 2010-19

Median Wage 


$38,640 National

BLS, May 2018

Median Age 


38.2 National

U.S. Census, ACS 2018

Quality of Life

Public Education

Medical Facilities


  • Approximately 2,700 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. Sorenson Recreation Center

An advance warning signal flashes at a stoplight on Mountain View Corridor


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.

In 2021, WalletHub rated Herriman #1 out of 1,337 cities in the U.S. in "access to resources" category for starting a new business. Herriman was ranked as the 37th best city in the U.S. to start a new business.


  • 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 (at Rosecrest Road) – 20,400 (2019 Data)
  • 12600 South (at Main Street Intersection) – 16,500 (2019 Data)
  • Main Street (at 12600 S) – 10,300 (2020 Data)
  • Anthem Park Blvd (at Main Street) – 7,500 (2020 Data)
  • Mountain View Corridor (at Rosecrest Road) – 18,500 (2019 Data)
  • Mountain View Corridor (at 13400 South) – 28,000 (2020 Data)
  • Mountain View Corridor (at 12600 South) – 25,000 (2020 Data)
  • Rosecrest Road (at Main Street) – 12,000 (2019 Data)
  • Rosecrest Rd (at 13400 S) – 13,000 (2019 Data)
  • Rosecrest Rd (at Juniper Crest Rd) – 9,600 (2020 Data)

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


Culinary and secondary water, electricity, gas, and fiber optic: each utility has been designed with redundancy and self-healing capability through multiple substations and backup systems.

Water: Herriman City Municipal Water Department

ElectricityRocky Mountain Power

GasDominion Energy

FiberCentury Link / Syringa Networks

SewerSouth Valley Sewer

Cable TVComcast Xfinity

Waste CollectionWasatch Front Waste & Recycling

Contact Us


7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. | Monday - Friday




Heather Upshaw • Economic Development Manager
Phone: 801-446-5323 | Email

Heather Upshaw