List of Salt Lake City neighborhoods

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This is a list of neighborhoods in Salt Lake City. As a major city, Salt Lake City urbanized in the early 1900s and now has many distinct neighborhoods.[1] [2]

Its larger and/or most prominent named neighborhoods include, with their approximate boundaries:

  • 9th and 9th, area near 900 East and 900 South, running from 800 East to 1100 East and from 800 South to 1300 South[1]
  • The Avenues, which extend north from South Temple to the city limits, running east from State Street to Virginia Street[1]
  • Capitol Hill, extending north from South Temple to the city limits, bounded between State Street on the east and 500 West on the west[1]
  • Central City, between State Street and 700 East, from South Temple south to 700 South[1]
  • Central City West, running west from 300 West to Interstate 15, going south from South Temple to 1300 South[1]
  • Downtown, extending south from South Temple to 700 South, between State Street and 300 West
  • East Central, extending east from 700 East to 1300 East, south from South Temple to 1300 South [3]
  • Fairpark, running west from 500 West to 1460 West, running north from North Temple to 600 North[1]
  • Federal Heights, running east from Virginia Street to the University of Utah, bounded on the south by 100 South and on the north by Federal Heights Drive[1]
  • Foothill and East Bench, running east from 1300 East to the city limits, running south from 500 South to Interstate 80[1]
  • Glendale, west of Interstate 15 and running west to the city limits, bounded between 950 South on the north and 2100 South on the south[1]
  • Liberty Wells, going east from State Street to 700 East, going south from 900 South to 2100 South[1]
  • Marmalade District, bounded between 300 North on the south to 500 North on the north, and bounded on the west by Quince Street and on the east by Center Street[1]
  • Poplar Grove, also west of Interstate 15, running to the city limits, bounded by North Temple on the north and 950 South on the south[1]
  • Rose Park, extending west from Interstate 15 to Redwood Road, running north from 600 North to city limits[1]
  • Sugar House, running east from 700 East to Foothill Drive, running south from 1700 South to the city limits[1]
  • University, running east from 1100 East to University St., and south from South Temple to 500 South
  • Westpointe, extending west from Redwood Road to city limits, running north from 700 North to city limits[2]
  • Yalecrest, between 1300 East and 1500 East, between Sunnyside Avenue (800 South) and 1300 South[1]

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