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Top Four Reasons to Live in Tooele, UT

  • Set in the foothills of the Oquirrh Mountains, Tooele, Utah, is the seat of Tooele county. As of the 2010 U.S. census, there were 32,115 residents in the city. HOver half of the 60,762 people living in Tooele county live in Tooele city according to the U.S. census estimate for 2013. The Ninigret Depot, a premier business park, attracts new business to Tooele today and is a centerpiece of the city's plan to become a regional trade center over the next several years. Tooele city and county are located approximately 32 miles southwest from Salt Lake City. Set in Northwestern Utah, Tooele county borders desert land and the state of Nevada, making a day trip to Las Vegas an easy possibility.

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  • Discover delicious dining venues! Satisfy your palate with local favorites, such as Osaka Sushi Japanese Restaurant, Thai House, Cafe Rio Mexican Grill, American Burgers and Tracks Brewing Company - all conveniently located on Main Street.
  • There's an abundant supply of major employers! From federal, state and county agencies to Kennecott Utah Copper, Bingham Copper Mine, Tooele Industrial Depot, Ninigret Depot and Energy Solutions, there are jobs of all types and for all skill levels right in the immediate area. You can live, work and play in this city without ever having to leave. Just outside of the city, Miller Motorsports Park is a major employer as well as a major tourist attraction for the county.
  • Low residential property prices! City-Data estimated the median residential dwelling value in Tooele at $154,039 in 2012. The US Census determined there were 10,646 housing units in 2010, with a 72 percent home ownership rate. Tooele has a decided rural ambiance, but with all the modern amenities you'd expect today. It offers citizens a range of housing types, from affordable cottages and rent to own houses to large country estates. Take a look at the Lake Point or Stansbury Park areas for high appreciation rates. Most everywhere you look, scenic views of mountains, desert and valley are bonuses that come with the territory.
  • Low real estate property taxes! According to experts, the median real estate property taxes in Tooele were $1,103 (or 0.6 percent) for housing units with mortgages in 2012, which is comparatively lower than other cities of the same size and population. You'll find deals in the City Center or near Sunrise Lane. Lower cost of living, taxes and real property prices combine with the small town atmosphere and good job supply to create a nice haven for local residents.