Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City has long been the central location of Utah’s major religious, cultural, commercial, financial, medical, and educational institutions. Every day, people come to the city to work, conduct business, attend school, worship, shop, play, or visit. The residential, or nighttime, population is about half that of the daytime.
Our research covers a range of demographic topics dating back to the 2000 Census and focuses primarily on the residential population of Salt Lake City, which is about half that of the daytime population.
- Salt Lake City Data Book, 2020
- Race/Ethnicity in the 2018 Wasatch Front Labor Force: An Equal Employment Opportunity Analysis
- Salt Lake County Renter Demographics
- An Historic Overview of Office, Industrial, and Retail Development and Their Recent Demand Drivers in Salt Lake City
- Race/Ethnicity in the 2018 Wasatch Front Labor Force: an Equal Employment Opportunity Analysis
- Training videos for Salt Lake City on population basics, household basics, age and race, socioeconomics, and an introduction to Gardner Institute Salt Lake City Research
- New Population Estimates for Salt Lake City Tracts, Community Councils, and City Council Districts
- Salt Lake City Change Atlas: 2012-2017
- The Salt Lake Apartment Market: An Analysis of Apartment Rental Rates in the Greater Salt Lake Region