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.

U.S. Census Bureau data shows that Herriman was the fastest-growing city over 10,000 residents in the United States between 2010-2019.

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)

Commuter Map

The Wasatch Front Regional Council compiled a map of commuters in and out of each city along the Wasatch Front, including Herriman. Click the button below to view the map.

Commuter Map

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.


  • 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 (2020 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




Sandra Llewellyn • Economic Development Coordinator
Phone: 801-446-5323 | Email

Sandra Llewellyn