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Here are few things that will aid in your relocation process:


Schools

Sandy City is within the Canyons School District: www.canyonsdistrict.org

The following contains a complete listing of Elementary, Middle, and High Schools within Sandy City:

Elementary Schools

  • Alta View
    10333 Crocus St
  • Brookwood
    8640 S Snowbird Dr
  • Granite
    9760 S 3100 E
  • Peruvian Park
    1545 E 8425 S
  • Sprucewood
    12025 S 1000 E
  • Altara
    800 E 11000 S
  • Crescent
    11100 S 230 E
  • Lone Peak
    11515 S High Mesa Dr
  • Quail Hollow
    2625 E Newcastle Dr
  • Sunrise
    1520 E 11265 S
  • Bell View
    9800 S 800 E
  • East Sandy
    8295 S 870 E
  • Oakdale
    1900 E Creek Road
  • Sandy
    8725 S 280 E
  • Willow Canyon
    9650 S 1700 E
  • Blessed Sacrament School
    1745 East 9800 South
  • Edgemont
    1085 E 9800 S
  • Park Lane
    9955 S 2300 E
  • Silver Mesa
    8920 S 1700 E

Middle Schools

  • Albion Middle School
    2755 E Newcastle Dr
  • Union Middle
    615 E 8000 S
  • Eastmont Middle School
    10100 S 1300 E
  • Indian Hills Middle
    1180 E Sanders Rd
  • Mt Jordan Middle
    9360 S 300 E

High Schools

  • Alta High
    11055 S 1000 E
  • Jordan High
    95 E Beetdigger Dr


United States Post Office

Sandy City Post Offices are located at 8850 S 700 E, 9265 Highland Drive, and 215 West Sego Lily Drive 84070.


Library

The Sandy Library is located at 10100 South Petunia Way (1405 East), Sandy, UT 84092. The library is owned and operated by Salt Lake County. Visit Salt Lake County Library Services for more information.


Hospitals/Medical Centers in Sandy

  • Alta View Hospital
    9660 South 1300 East
  • Health South Rehab Hospital of Utah
    8074 South 1300 East


Housing

Buying

Housing prices vary dramatically in Sandy from $200,000 to millions of dollars. The following links may be helpful with your real estate inquires:

Renting

There are many apartment finder services that can help you find a rental in Sandy. Use an Internet search engine (Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc.) and search for "Sandy Utah apartments," "Sandy Utah rentals" or something similar.

These links may also be helpful:


Utilities

Sandy City provides water, storm water, garbage collection, and recycling services.

There are four sewer districts which serve the city, depending on where you live:

The other main utility providers for Sandy City include:


Employment in Sandy


City Codes and Licensing


Animal Services

For information regarding pet licensing, Sandy's dog park, or information regarding animals please contact Sandy City Animal Services, located at 8715 South 700 West, 801-352-4450 or refer to Sandy's Animal Services page.


Downloadable Maps

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Demographics

With a population base of more than 250,000 people within five miles and average income levels around $80,000, Sandy City fits a wide variety of lifestyles. Whether you're in the market for an abundance of recreation, quality housing, endless shopping opportunities, valued education, or a career in an ideal location, Sandy City is well established as a synergetic place to live.

Sandy City is home to roughly 95,000 residents within the city boundaries. Sandy City is located in the Southeast corner of Salt Lake County, which consists of approximately 1 million residents. Sandy city also consists of 4 different zip codes which include: 84070, 84094, 84092, 84093. The following contains a brief look at Sandy's demographics by zip:

Demographics by Zip

84070 (2007)

  • Total Population: 23,125
  • Households: 7,716
  • Average Household Size: 2.94
  • Housing Units: 8,189
  • Owner Occupied Housing Units: 65.3%
  • Renter Occupied Housing Units: 29.0%
  • Vacant Housing Units: 5.8%
  • Median Household Income: $57, 877
  • Median Home Value: $210,838
  • Median Age: 30.0
  • Average Rent: $690

84094 (2007)

  • Total Population: 28,532
  • Households: 8,698
  • Average Household Size: 3.28
  • Housing Units: 8,985
  • Owner Occupied Housing Units: 80.8%
  • Renter Occupied Housing Units: 16.0%
  • Vacant Housing Units: 3.2%
  • Median Household Income: $76,781
  • Median Home Value: $236,265
  • Median Age: 29.7
  • Average Rent: $715

84092 (2007)

  • Total Population: 30,857
  • Households: 8,569
  • Average Household Size: 3.58
  • Housing Units: 8,868
  • Owner Occupied Housing Units: 91.4%
  • Renter Occupied Housing Units: 5.3%
  • Vacant Housing Units: 3.4%
  • Median Household Income: $113,241
  • Median Home Value: $366,965
  • Median Age: 33.5
  • Average Rent: $951

84093 (2007)

  • Total Population: 25,400
  • Households: 7,458
  • Average Household Size: 3.4Housing Units: 7,485
  • Owner Occupied Housing Units: 90.7%
  • Renter Occupied Housing Units: 6.9%
  • Vacant Housing Units: 2.4%
  • Median Household Income: $97,599
  • Median Home Value: $318,869
  • Median Age: 32.2
  • Average Rent: $833


Climate

On average, there are 229 sunny days per year in Sandy. The July high is around 92 degrees. The January low is approximately 19. Our comfort index, which is based on humidity during the hot months, is a 66 out of 100, where higher is more comfortable. The US average on the comfort index is 44.


Important Contact Information

  • Sandy City Hall: 801-568-7100 (10000 Centennial Parkway)
  • Police: 801-568-7200
  • Fire: 801-568-2930
  • Recreation Programs: 801-568-2900
  • Chamber of Commerce: 801-566-0344