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Spanish Fork Utah Facts: Statistics and Facts

The population of Spanish Fork is approximately 34,691 (2010). The approximate number of families is 3,363 (1990). The amount of land area in Spanish Fork is 19.667 sq. kilometers. The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers. Spanish Fork 84660 is positioned 40.11 degrees north of the equator and 111.63 degrees west of the prime meridian.  

Spanish Fork Utah Facts: Icelandic

The Icelandic Association of Utah was founded in 1897 and hosts Iceland Days every year. The association picked June because Icelandic Independence Day, or National Day, is June 17.  Spanish Fork was the first Icelandic settlement in the United States, after Icelanders who joined the LDS Church were expelled from that country, said association spokesman Glenn Grossman. The Icelanders were descriminated against because of their religious beliefs.  Although other nationalities helped found the town, under colonizer Brigham Young, Icelanders kept their identity and celebrate it with their culture every year during the three-day event 

Spanish Fork Utah Facts: History of Spanish Fork Utah

Spanish Fork history: The Icelandic Monument honors the first permanent Icelandic settlement in the United States. Spanish Fork is situated at the base of the Wasatch Range and has become the livestock center of Utah. Rodeos and livestock shows are held at the fairgrounds during the year. 

Spanish Fork  Utah Facts: Climate and Weather

The climate for Spanish Fork is Moderate. There are approximately 10 to 20 inches of snow each year with much more in the mountain areas. Spanish Fork average annual rainfall is 16 inches per year Spanish Fork average temperature is (January) 21 (July) 83 degrees F. 

Spanish Fork Utah Facts: Attractions

Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum located at 400 N. and Main St. in Spanish Fork. Pioneer artifacts and displays. Tours are available. Call (801) 798-2310 for more information.

Utah Mountain Llamas at 8628 S. Main St. Call (801) 798-3559 for more information. There are more than 35 llamas and pot-bellied pigs on this farm. Llama rides are available to children weighing less than 70 pounds.

Utah County Fair at Spanish Fork Fairgrounds. 4-H, floral/horse shows, food, livestock, talent contest.
Call (801) 798-5041 or 379-2400 for more information.

Spanish Fork - Government And Information
Spanish Fork City Hall 40 S Main St Spanish Fork, UT
84660-2031 Phone: 801-798-5000

Spanish Fork, Utah Chamber Of Commerce
Spanish Fork Chamber - 40 South Main, PO Box 567
Spanish Fork, Utah 84660-0567
Phone: (801) 798-8352 - Fax (801) 798-5005

Spanish Fork, Utah Libraries
City Library 49 S Main St Spanish Fork, UT 84660-2030
Phone: 801-798-5010

Spanish Fork, Utah Schools
Nebo School District 350 S. Main Street Spanish Fork,
Utah 84660 Phone: (801) 798-4000 Fax: 801-798-4010  

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