Antimony, Utah


Antimony is a small town in central Utah. A group of pioneers were sent to settle there and make peace with the local Fish Lake band of Indians. Apparently they were successful.

In the beginning someone caught several coyote pups in the area and in 1878, the settlement became known as Coyote. Then in 1880 an ore body of antimony was found in nearby Coyote Canyon and a mining industry sprang up. In 1921 the town's name was officially changed to Antimony.

Antimony has become locally famous in recent years for its Fourth of July fireworks display.

Fast Facts about Antimony, Utah

Antimony, Garfield County, UT 84712
Latitude: 38.115266°N
Longitude: 111.997676°W
Settled: 1878
Incorporated: 1934
Elevation: 6,453'

Education:
High School or Higher: 86.9%
Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 11.4%
Graduate or Professional Degree: 3.1%
Cost of Living Index for Antimony: 81.8

2015 Estimates:
Median Household Income: $54,000
Median Home Value: $160.000
Median Resident Age: 58.6 Years
Major Industries:
Agriculture, Lodging & Food Services, Other Services, Construction, Educational Services, Retail Services, Wholesale Services
Unemployed (March 2015): 5.7%
 

Population Demographics: 2010

Total Population
122
Males
62
Females
60
Population by Age
Under 18
17
18 & over
105
20-24
3
25-34
11
35-49
21
50-64
34
65 & over
33
Population by Ethnicity
Hispanic or Latino
5
Non Hispanic or Latino
117
Population by Race
White
112
African-American
0
Asian
2
Native American
3
Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
0
Other
3
Two or more
2
 

Garfield County Pages