US Covid-19 Data on I-70 in Utah

Millard County, Utah
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Millard County, Utah
Census Information

Population/Size

  • Pop. Estimate: 13,188 (2019)
  • Pop. Last Census: 12,503 (2010)
  • Pop. Growth: 4.0%
  • Pop/Sq Mile: 1.9 (2010)
  • Area: 6,572.43 (2010) Sq. Miles
Economics/Housing
  • Median House Value: $145,600
  • Owner Occupied: 78.2%
  • Median Rental Cost: $683
Travel/Congestion
  • Avg. Commute To Work Time: 16.8


Sevier County, Utah
Census Information

Population/Size

  • Pop. Estimate: 21,620 (2019)
  • Pop. Last Census: 20,802 (2010)
  • Pop. Growth: 3.5%
  • Pop/Sq Mile: 10.9 (2010)
  • Area: 1,910.58 (2010) Sq. Miles
Economics/Housing
  • Median House Value: $156,700
  • Owner Occupied: 77.4%
  • Median Rental Cost: $723
Travel/Congestion
  • Avg. Commute To Work Time: 17.2


Emery County, Utah
Census Information

Population/Size

  • Pop. Estimate: 10,012 (2019)
  • Pop. Last Census: 10,976 (2010)
  • Pop. Growth: -8.8%
  • Pop/Sq Mile: 2.5 (2010)
  • Area: 4,462.31 (2010) Sq. Miles
Economics/Housing
  • Median House Value: $139,500
  • Owner Occupied: 78.8%
  • Median Rental Cost: $612
Travel/Congestion
  • Avg. Commute To Work Time: 19.8


Grand County, Utah
Census Information

Population/Size

  • Pop. Estimate: 9,754 (2019)
  • Pop. Last Census: 9,225 (2010)
  • Pop. Growth: 5.9%
  • Pop/Sq Mile: 2.5 (2010)
  • Area: 3,671.54 (2010) Sq. Miles
Economics/Housing
  • Median House Value: $238,000
  • Owner Occupied: 64.7%
  • Median Rental Cost: $871
Travel/Congestion
  • Avg. Commute To Work Time: 13.9




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