Hyde Park, Utah


The John E. Lee House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places
The historic John E. Lee House in Hyde Park

The first settlers in the area were Mormons coming from Lehi in 1860. Their leader was William Hyde, a former member of the Mormon Battalion, and he served as the LDS branch president from 1860 to 1872 when he became the local bishop. He died in 1874.

Fast Facts about Hyde Park, Utah

Hyde Park, Cache County, UT 84318
Latitude: 41798611.°N
Longitude: 111819444.°W
Founded: 1860
Elevation: 4,537'

Education:
High School or Higher: 99.5%
Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 46.0%
Graduate or Professional Degree: 17.2%
Cost of Living Index for Hyde Park: 89.5

2015 Estimates:
Median Household Income: $71,500
Median Home Value: $210,000
Median Resident Age: 29.1 Years
Major Industries:
Manufacturing, Educational Services, Retail Services, Professional Services, Construction, Wholesale Trade, Government
Unemployed (March 2015): 3.2%
 

Population Demographics: 2010

Total Population
3,833
Males
1,939
Females
1,894
Population by Age
Under 18
1,425
18 & over
2,408
20-24
200
25-34
489
35-49
692
50-64
617
65 & over
285
Population by Ethnicity
Hispanic or Latino
159
Non Hispanic or Latino
3,674
Population by Race
White
3,699
African-American
10
Asian
31
Native American
7
Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
4
Other
48
Two or more
34
 
Map of the Cache County area

Cache County Related Pages

Upper photo courtesy of Tricia Simpson, CCA-by-SA 3.0 License