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Economic Census

Businesses that Received Forms in 2012: Utah

In October through December 2012, nearly 4 million businesses in America will receive economic census forms, including most businesses with paid employees.

In the figures below, areas may not add to higher level totals due to rounding and a limited number of businesses not yet classified by county.

Utah and its Counties

Area name Estimated
Utah 38,000
Beaver County, UT 80
Box Elder County, UT 540
Cache County, UT 1,500
Carbon County, UT 310
Daggett County, UT < 20
Davis County, UT 3,300
Duchesne County, UT 310
Emery County, UT 140
Garfield County, UT 60
Grand County, UT 230
Iron County, UT 610
Juab County, UT 100
Kane County, UT 120
Millard County, UT 150
Morgan County, UT 90
Piute County, UT < 20
Rich County, UT 30
Salt Lake County, UT 17,000
San Juan County, UT 130
Sanpete County, UT 220
Sevier County, UT 290
Summit County, UT 1,000
Tooele County, UT 410
Uintah County, UT 620
Utah County, UT 5,500
Wasatch County, UT 290
Washington County, UT 2,000
Wayne County, UT 30
Weber County, UT 2,800

Utah Metropolitan and Micropolitan Areas

Area name Estimated
Brigham City, UT Micropolitan Statistical Area 540
Cedar City, UT Micropolitan Statistical Area 610
Heber, UT Micropolitan Statistical Area 290
Logan, UT-ID Metropolitan Statistical Area (UT part) 1,500
Ogden-Clearfield, UT Metropolitan Statistical Area 6,200
Price, UT Micropolitan Statistical Area 310
Provo-Orem, UT Metropolitan Statistical Area 5,700
St. George, UT Metropolitan Statistical Area 2,000
Salt Lake City, UT Metropolitan Statistical Area 18,000
Vernal, UT Micropolitan Statistical Area 620

For all metro areas, including totals for metro areas crossing state lines, see the metro area section of the United States page.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Economic Planning and Coordination Division | 1-877-790-1876 | Last Revised: March 05, 2015