At Protect America, we’ve put together a list of the 10 cities in Utah with the lowest burglary rates.

We call these cities “Burglary Safe Zones.” We’ve also made a list of the 10 cities in Utah with the highest burglary rates. We call these cities “Burglary Hot Spots.”

Our lists are based on data from the recent FBI Uniform Crime Report. We only counted cities that submitted burglary data.
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2016 Utah Burglary Safe Zones

  1. Kamas
    • Population 2,033, Burglaries 1
    • Town trivia: The name “Kamas” comes from “Camassia quamash,” which is a source of food for Native Americans.
  2. Moroni
    • Population 1,457, Burglaries 1
    • Town trivia: Moroni is named after a prophet in the Book of Mormon.
  3. Saratoga Springs
    • Population 26,260, Burglaries 26
    • Town trivia: Former Saratoga Springs mayor Mia Love was the first black female Mormon Republican to be elected to Congress.
  4. Monticello
    • Population 2,004, Burglaries 2
    • Town trivia: Leftover funds from the state to remove radioactive material was used to expand Monticello’s golf course into an 18-hole course.
  5. Pleasant Grove
    • Population 37,963, Burglaries 39
    • Town trivia: Pleasant Grove was the filming location for Universal’s 1995 film “Gold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain.”
  6. Salem
    • Population 7,446, Burglaries 8
    • Town trivia: The 2013 Utah Driver’s Handbook Cover was a scenic picture of Salem.
  7. Ephraim
    • Population 6,546, Burglaries 8
    • Town trivia: Ephraim is better known as “Utah’s Heart of Scandinavia.”
  8. Clinton
    • Population 21,256, Burglaries 26
    • Town trivia: Clinton is a city in Davis County, Utah.
  9. North Ogden
    • Population 18,373, Burglaries 25
    • Town trivia: Every year at the Cherry Days celebration in North Ogden, free bags of cherries are offered.
  10. Spanish Fork
    • Population 38,168, Burglaries 53
    • Town trivia: Spanish Fork was the first Icelandic settlement in the United States.

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2016 Utah Burglary Hot Spots

  1. Brian Head
    • Population 86, Burglaries 3
    • Town trivia: The Brian Head Ski Resort used to operate as a one chairlift resort when it first opened in 1964.
  2. Springdale
    • Population 553, Burglaries 9
    • Town trivia: The earliest Basket maker culture dates back to approximately 500 A.D. in the Springdale area.
  3. Salt Lake City
    • Population 191,992, Burglaries 2,036
    • Town trivia: It is illegal to walk down the street carrying a paper bag containing a violin in Salt Lake City.
  4. Murray
    • Population 49,361, Burglaries 471
    • Town trivia: Tiffany filmed parts of her music video for ‘I Think Were Alone Now’ at the Fashion Place Mall in Murray.
  5. South Salt Lake
    • Population 25,020, Burglaries 227
    • Town trivia: The world’s first Kentucky Fried Chicken was built in South Salt Lake.
  6. Tooele
    • Population 32,789, Burglaries 277
    • Town trivia: Tooele was named as one of the locations for the second season of “Prison Break,” but the epsiodes were filmed in Texas.
  7. Price
    • Population 8,269, Burglaries 69
    • Town trivia: Price is one of the communities served by the Rio Grande Zephyr passenger train.
  8. Stockton
    • Population 639, Burglaries 5
    • Town trivia: In 2009, one of Stockton’s police officers was fired by the mayor after he issued his son a traffic citation.
  9. Roosevelt
    • Population 6,970, Burglaries 51
    • Town trivia: Roosevelt is pronounced the way President Theodore Roosevelt pronounces it, ‘Rosavelt.’
  10. La Verkin
    • Population 4,189, Burglaries 29
    • Town trivia: La Verkin is either a corruption of the Spanish word “la virgen,” or possibly an error in the transcription of “beaver skin.’

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