Demographics : Park City (2010 Census)
Median Age: 37.4
Persons Per Household: 2.6
Persons Per Family: 3.03
Median Household Income (2011): $99,000
Percent of persons 25 years old and over with:
High School Diploma or Higher 88.7%
Bachelor Degree or Higher 59.2%
The majority of the population of Summit County resides in Park City and the surrounding unincorporated area commonly referred to as the Snyderville Basin. The population of the Snyderville Basin area has been estimated at 16,000 people. This area has seen much growth as a bedroom community because of its proximity to Salt Lake City and its appeal to Salt Lake workers seeking a better quality of life. In contrast, the rest of the county consists of smaller towns, rural areas and National Forests.
Utah's population reached 2,763,885 in 2010. This represents a population increase of 530,716 or 23.8% from 2000, ranking Utah 3rd among U.S. states for population growth from 2000 to 2010.
Additional information can be found on the website of the Park City Chamber of Commerce.