Cottonwood Heights is a suburb located in both Salt Lake County and Salt Lake City. The town is located on the eastern edge of Salt Lake City’s urban agglomeration, just to the north of Sandy and to the south of Holladay. Cottonwood Heights mainly acts as a residential suburban area for the rest of Salt Lake City.
There are a few things that differentiate Cottonwood Heights from the rest of the Salt Lake City area. This suburb is known for the presence of the Wheeler Historic Farm, which is a still-running example of a farm from the earlier years of Cottonwood Heights. Other attractions include the Bell Canyon Trail and Millcreek Canyon.
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The area around Cottonwood Heights was originally settled in the 1800s. The city originally focused on paper production, among other industries. After growing into a residential community throughout the 20th century, Cottonwood Heights was incorporated as a city in 2005.
Cottonwood Heights’ information is available on the US Census Bureau’s site. Here’s what we figured out after taking a look at the city’s stats:
- 86.7% White
- 5.9% Hispanic or Latino
- 0.5% African American
- 3.7% Asian
- 0.4% Native American
33,800 people live in Cottonwood Heights, and they are divided between 13,000 households. The median income for a household in the city is $87,000, and the per capita income is $46,000.
- Cottonwood Heights is known for the many corporate entities that are based in the town, including Dyno Nobel, JetBlue, and Fusion-io.
- Cottonwood Heights was rated as one of the 100 best places to live in America in 2007 by Money Magazine.
- Before 2008 (when the Cottonwood Heights Police Department was created) policing for the city was handled by the Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Department.
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