Whochs Public Records is a free service to find relatives and friends in Utah. The service has a clear interface and great database, that’s why you could get the accurate report really fast and easily. There are several ways of searching. It is possible to do so by name, phone number, zip code or address. In some cases you can get several people in the report. Just read the information to find the person you need. You can get more information about people while using a premium account. You will see their phone number and run a background check to get ahold of criminal records, bankruptcies, marriage and divorce history, liens against them, and more.

330 Cities found in Utah


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Notable People from Utah Notable Work/Position
J. Willard Marriott Businessman, Founder of the Marriott Corporation
Florence Ellinwood Allen Jurist, first woman to serve on a state supreme court
Willard “Mitt” Romney U.S. Senator, Republican Party Presidential nominee in 2012
Jewel Singer, songwriter, Grammy Award nominee, author
Steve Young Professional football quarterback, multiple MVP winner
Christine “Chrissy” Teigen Television personality, author, model
Robert Redford Actor, director, founder of Sundance Institute and Film Festival
Marie Osmond Singer, actress, author, member of the show business family, the Osmonds

Searching for Someone in Utah

Utah is the 30th most populated state in the US. There are over 3.1 million residents and about 1 million households. The average household size was 3.1 members in 2017. So, if you need to find someone in Utah, it is better to use White Pages. The service is absolutely free. But if you need the detailed information, you have to purchase a premium account.

The predominant race in Utah is white, making up 78% of the state’s population. The average age is 31. The number of women is 49.6% of the total population. Salt Lake City is the most populated city of Utah. There are over 200,000 citizens.

There are about 1.5 million workers. Their average income is $65,325 per year. The most developed economic sectors are agriculture, mining, petroleum production, manufacturing, and tourism.

Top 3 Schools City # of Graduates Graduation Rate Acceptance Rate Most Popular Degrees
Western Governors Univ. Salt Lake City 16,444 38.0% 100.0% Nursing, Business, Educ.
University of Utah Salt Lake City 8,169 65.1% 76.4% Communications, Econ.
Brigham Young Univ. Provo 7,749 83.1% 51.2% Business, Biology, Educ.

Utah Real Estate

It is better to use White Pages if you are going to move to Utah. This service will help you check out the owner of the home you need and your future neighbors. Moreover, it will let you find the perfect district whenever you want to purchase or rent a home.

The average property value increase is 5.5% per year, but the growth was 11.3% in 2019. So, if you want to invest money, you should think about purchasing a house in Utah. According to the statistics, the average home value is $341,600 with the median price per square foot at $189. Rent income can be $1,600. It is about equal to the national rate. If you want to purchase a home in Utah, you will see the listing price about $370,000, but you can easily decrease the price while negotiating with the owner.

The most expensive property is in Sandy. The average home value is $400,000.

City Avg. Home Value Avg. Household Income
Sandy $295,800 $78,048
Salt Lake City $281,300 $71,510
West Jordan $252,200 $69,404
Orem $236,200 $58,077

Utah Facts

  • Official Name: Utah

  • Name Meaning: There are two prevailing theories about the origin of Utah’s name, but both involve Native American etymology. The first posits that “Utah” is a derivation from the name of the Ute tribe, and means “people of the mountains.” The second theory suggests that the name comes from the Apache word “yuttahih” which means “higher up” and is assumed to refer to the Ute Indians who lived in the higher mountain country.

  • Nickname: The Beehive State

  • Constitution Ratified: 1896

  • Statehood: January 4, 1896 (45th State)

  • Capital: Salt Lake City

  • Total Number of Counties: 29

  • Largest City: Salt Lake City

  • Largest County (by population): Salt Lake County

  • Population (as of 2018): 3,161,105

  • History: Many Native American tribes lived in Utah before the European explorers. Spanish could claim the territory first in the 1700s. Many hunters and fur trappers migrated here. Mormons appeared in Utah in 1847. The people could find underpopulated area to settle and practice their faith freely. Those time Utah belonged to Mexico. The Mexican-American War was finished by the American victory and the territory of Utah was transferred to the US. When California and New Mexico applied for statehood, the Mormons of Utah tried to join as the state of Deseret. Unfortunately for them, their area was declared the Utah Territory. Just conflicts between Utah Mormons and US government due to the polygamy prevented Utah from becoming a state. Mormons solved to ban polygamy in 1890 and asked for statehood again. On January 4, 1896, Utah was admitted as the 45th state.

Fast Facts:

  • The largest saltwater lake in the Western Hemisphere and in the US that is not part of the Great Lakes is The Great Salt Lake.

  • According to the official data, people of Utah are called “Utahans”, but they prefer to call themselves “Utahns”.

  • Bingham Canyon Mine is the deepest open pit mine in the world.

  • According to the data of 2019, Utah has the youngest population in comparison with other US states. The average age is 31.

  • Polygamy was forbidden in 1890 as a condition of being granted statehood. Earlier it was a common practice of Mormons. Polygamous communities still exist outside of the law.

  • There are over 2,000 natural sandstone arches in the Arches National Park.

  • There are 5 National Park in Utah. These are Arches, Canyonlands, Zion, Bryce, and Capitol Reef.

  • Jell-O was declared the official state snack of Utah in 2001.

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