Reagan has excellent coverage throughout the Salt Lake metropolitan area – encompassing Salt Lake City (Salt Lake and Tooele counties), Ogden (Weber and Davis counties), Provo/Orem (Utah County), and also known as the Wasatch Front. We also have coverage in the following cities: Beaver, Cedar City, Delta, Duchesne, Heber City, Kamas, Logan, Panguitch, Parowan, Price/Helper, Richfield, Roosevelt, Salina, St. George, Tremonton, and Vernal.
The Salt Lake metropolitan area – encompassing Salt Lake City (Salt Lake and Tooele counties), Ogden (Weber and Davis counties), and Provo/Orem (Utah County) – ranks 34th in the United States in population.
Utah is the fourth fastest growing state in the nation with a growth rate of 26.9 percent over the past decade. It also has the youngest population in the nation with an average age of 26.7. Because of its young labor force, Utah is unique in its number of working women. Sixty-two percent of women in Utah work outside the home, and 76 percent of Utah’s school-age children have mothers who work.
Utah ranks second in the nation in the percentage of adults who have completed high school. Plus 24 percent of Utahns have four-year college degrees, and Utah is producing more graduates than ever before with its 12 universities and colleges, including three major research universities.
Commute times in Utah average 22.9 minutes with 50,000 workers commuting into Salt Lake City on a daily basis. Heavy commuters make up approximately 30 percent of the population and are more likely to have higher incomes, more children, and college degrees. These commuters are also harder to reach with other advertising mediums such as television news or newspaper.
Reagan has bulletin and poster locations throughout Utah, assuring you the coverage you need, where you need it.
|Population||2.2 Million |
|Population Growth Rate||2.3% Annually |
|Average Age ||27 |
|Per Capita Income ||$27,884 |
|Job Growth Rate ||2.8% Annually |
|Unemployment Rate ||6.9% |
|% of Population Living in Salt Lake Metro. Area||76.3% |
|Hispanic Population Growth Rate (10 Year)||138.3%|