Morgan County, Utah


Morgan County is in north central Utah. Morgan County was named for Jedediah Morgan Grant, the father of Heber J. Grant, a past president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

Morgan County contains 609 square miles of land and 2 square miles of water. The county seat (and only town) is Morgan.

The southern part of Morgan County is traversed northeast-southwest by the Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail through East Canyon and the area where East Canyon State Park is now.

 

Fast Facts about Morgan County, Utah

Types of Jobs:
Private Sector, wages or salary: 70%
Government Sector: 21%
Unincorporated, Self-Employed: 8%
Homemaker, Unpaid: 1%
Population Density: 15 People per Square Mile
Cost of Living Index for Morgan County: 88.5
Median Resident Age: 28.5 Years
2015 Estimates:
Median Household Income: $60,000
Median Home Value: $259,900
Major Industries:
Educational Services, Health Care, Construction, Government, Agriculture & Forestry, Lodging & Food Services, Finance & Insurance Services, Miscellaneous Manufacturing, Professional Services, Retail Services
 

Population Demographics: 2010

Total Population
9,469
Males
4,771
Females
4,698
Population by Age
Under 18
3,349
18 & over
6,120
20-24
438
25-34
1,043
35-49
1,795
50-64
1,573
65 & over
997
Population by Ethnicity
Hispanic or Latino
226
Non Hispanic or Latino
9,243
Population by Race
White
9,234
African-American
16
Asian
34
Native American
18
Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
10
Other
66
Two or more
91
 
Morgan County area map
Map of Morgan County

Morgan County Pages

Map courtesy of National Geographic Topo!