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About The City

About The City
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-Annexation History
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Origin of City's Name
Named after a river adjacent to the city's original location, which was dubbed by the 1776 Dominguez-Escalante expedition.

Date of Incorporation
January 17, 1855

Did You Know
Spanish Fork originally began as an outgrowth of Palmyra, but as the community developed, Palmyra diminished and became the northwest suburb of Spanish Fork. In the early days, both settlements existed with one fort, Fort St. Luke.

Parks & Recreation
parks17
public library1
covered pavilions10
tennis courts (6 outdoor and 4 indoor)10
municipal golf course1
water park / splash pad2
soccer fields (on multi-use fields)14
baseball diamonds9
softball diamonds8
sand volleyball courts6
football field1
outdoor basketball courts3
skate park1
RV park2
reservoir1
playgrounds8
Crime (2010)
Homicide 1
Rape 6
Robbery 3
Aggravated Assault 116
Burglary 140
Theft 791
Auto Theft 21
Crime (2009)
Homicide 0
Rape 4
Robbery 3
Aggravated Assault 117
Burglary 126
Theft 785
Auto Theft 34
Median Age
24.2 (2010 Census)
24.1 (2000 Census)
Household Size
3.87 (2010 Census)
3.59 (2000 Census)
Population
34,691 (2010 Census)
20,246 (2000 Census)

Complete Census 2000 information, as provided by the US Census Bureau

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