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We sell more security cameras than any other security company in Utah! Backstreet is located in the heart of Salt Lake City, providing complete design and installation services for Security Cameras, Card Access & Alarm Systems. Backstreet's combined 75 years of experience assures that we are the preferred security company when protecting your business, employees, operations and assets. Call us today for a FREE consultation and site survey.

Design and installation services provided in all northern cities including: Salt Lake City, South Salt Lake, West Valley, Draper, South Jordan, West Jordan, Riverton, Provo, Orem, American Fork, Springville, Spanish Fork, Tooele, North Salt Lake, Bountiful, Centerville, Farmington, Layton, Roy, Ogden, Brigham City, Park City, Heber and all of the smaller cities and towns in between.

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"If a potential customer thinks our price is high...they have yet to receive other bids. As CEO with over 33 years experience in the security industry, I am confident no other company can provide the same quality, warranty and installation service at our price level."

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Our design experts have over 55 years of combined experience in providing security camera installation service. We have designed tens of thousands of systems for retail, office buildings, malls, parking lots, storage facilities, airports, police stations, government facilities, apartment complexes, and countless homes. Designing an effective security solution requires expertise. We have that expertise and can design an effective system for your business or residence.


Book a 30 minute phone appointment. We'll answer your questions, provide a custom design based on your needs, and offer a line-item quote with installation options. We offer this service FREE with no purchase obligations.

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We use our custom "Backstreet Surveillance - System Design Tool" that integrates with Google Maps. This application puts us on-site. It allows us to see the structure, terrain and areas you want to secure. With absolute confidence, we can recommend best camera placement and select the right camera for each location.

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Backstreet Surveillance provides high performance do-it-yourself security camera systems for business and homes, nationwide!

We offer both pre-packaged kits and free custom design. Each order is prepackaged and shipped to the customer with everything needed for a fast and easy installation. Our home surveillance systems are designed for the beginner and supported with our award winning (USA based) technical department.

We back our equipment with a full 5 year warranty and free lifetime technical support. Add in free shipping and our 30 day money back guarantee and it’s easy to see Backstreet Surveillance is the right choice. The Backstreet Promise says it all: We promise you will not find a lower price for the same quality and support…anywhere! Who makes Backstreet Surveillance Cameras?

Backstreet Surveillance is a national online supplier servicing the entire United States. We are an American owned company and all our support representatives and facilities are located here in the U.S. All customer services are efficiently provided by our website and main Toll Free Number; it's the only number you need for complete customer care. Nationwide Toll Free 1-800-431-3056. Fax 1-800-653-4089.


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We are a proud "ACCREDITED" member of the Better Business Bureau. Our commitment to meeting our customers expectations is reflected in our BBB rating. The bureau rates Backstreet Surveillance as "A+" the top rating they award!

30 Day Money Back Guarantee

Any item can be returned within 30 days from the date of delivery for a refund. If you need to change an item we will be glad to exchange any item for another. If the equipment is just not right for you we will provide a 100% refund once we receive the equipment and all materials back. Simply follow the return policies detailed on this website.

Longest Warranty in the Industry!

All equipment is covered under a complete 5 year warranty from the date of delivery. During this time all products are guaranteed against manufacturing and operational defects. In the event of such defects during this period, it is our responsibility to replace the defective item with an exact or comparable product.

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We provide USA based, Free, Unlimited, Life-time Technical Support for all of the equipment that we offer. Don’t hesitate - if you have any questions, give us a call.

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For years, home and business video surveillance solutions have been primarily serviced by two extremes: big box store DIY kits and expensive security dealers. The security experts at Backstreet Surveillance realized the DIY market clearly had a void in services. No professional DIY support or resources existed for the handy homeowner or the business with an IT or maintenance department. Both possess the skill to pull cable and mount cameras but tend to lack the expertise to select security cameras, design home surveillance systems and solve installation challenges.

Since its inception, Backstreet has been designed to provide expert DIY security services nationwide. In basic terms, the customer provides the brawn and Backstreet provides the brains. The company operates an extensive and informative website backed by a fully staffed technical department, providing design, programming and troubleshooting services nationwide.

This business model has been a big winner for the company. As stated by the company’s CEO, “The business model is tried and proven, generating over $100 million in online sales.” The large sales volume allows the company to engineer their security cameras, select the highest quality performance specifications and set innovative standards. This effort has been overwhelmingly successful for the company, allowing them to offer the industry’s longest warranty of 5 years.

Backstreet’s website averages 3,000 visitors a day. Being internet based with a national reach means that the company is contacted daily with unique and challenging opportunities. From the homeowner that is in need of a better performing CCTV home surveillance system to the nuclear power plant that is searching for surveillance design expertise, Backstreet supports it all. We make sure that you get it right the first time.”

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Hard work does pay off...eventually. It's an honor for us to have such a prestigious publication take note of our success and innovative solutions.

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Phillip Harmston - Security Consultant Northern Utah
Phillip provides system design consulting services and camera application advice in Northern Utah. Service areas include Bountiful, Centerville, Layton, Syracuse, Roy, Ogden, Brigham City, Logan, and surrounding counties.

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Matt Chipman - Security Consultant South Salt Lake & Utah County
Matt provides system design consulting services and camera application advice in Utah. Service areas include South Salt Lake, Provo, and surrounding areas.

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Mike Murphy - Security Consultant South Salt Lake & Utah County
Mike provides system design consulting services and camera application advice in Utah. Service areas include Salt Lake, Ogden, Provo, and surrounding areas.

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Anthony Chacon Jr- Security Consultant South Salt Lake & Utah County
Anthony provides system design consulting services and camera application advice in Utah. Service areas include Salt Lake City, South Salt Lake, Provo, and surrounding areas.

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Crime Statistics for Utah

Safest Cities in Utah

Overall Crime Rating:

B (20.77% lower than national average)

Investing in a security camera system effectively protects your home and family from criminals. Research consistently shows that these devices deter crime, with a reduction of 65% or more. Additionally, having surveillance cameras provides valuable evidence of criminal activity occurring. Surveillance camera systems are a proven cost-effective method to prevent, record, and decrease the overall rate of crime and will provide both you and your family with a much-needed peace of mind.

Cities with Highest Crime Rate: South Salt Lake, Salt Lake City, West Valley City, Ogden, Murray.

Cities with Lowest Crime Rate: Mapleton, Spanish Fork, Pleasant View, Clinton, Heber

Salt Lake City Crime Rating:

C- (105.33% higher than national average)

Highest Risk Crime: Vehicle Theft

Salt Lake City, commonly referred to as Salt Lake or SLC, is the capital and most populous city of Utah, a state in the United States. It serves as the administrative center of Salt Lake County, which is the most densely populated county in the state. As of 2020, the city had a population of 200,133, ranking it as the 117th most populous city in the country. Salt Lake City is the central hub of the Salt Lake City metropolitan area, which recorded a population of 1,257,936 during the 2020 census. Additionally, it is located within the Salt Lake City–Ogden–Provo Combined Statistical Area, a region of continuous urban and suburban development along a 120-mile (190 km) stretch of the Wasatch Front. This larger metropolitan area has an estimated population of 2,746,164 as of 2021, making it the 22nd largest in the United States. Notably, Salt Lake City and Reno, Nevada are the only major urban areas situated within the Great Basin. The city of Salt Lake City was established on July 24, 1847, by early pioneers led by Brigham Young. These settlers, known as the Mormon pioneers, sought refuge from the persecution they had faced in the eastern regions. Upon arrival, they settled in a semi-arid valley and promptly initiated the construction of an extensive irrigation system to support the population and facilitate future growth. The city's street grid system follows a standard compass grid plan, with the southeast corner of Temple Square, where the Salt Lake Temple is located in downtown Salt Lake City, serving as the starting point for the Salt Lake meridian. Initially, the city was named Great Salt Lake City due to its proximity to the Great Salt Lake. However, in 1868, the word "Great" was removed from its name.

West Valley Crime Rating:

C (86.32% higher than national average)

Highest Risk Crime: Vehicle Theft

West Valley City, situated in Salt Lake County, serves as a suburban area of Salt Lake City within the state of Utah in the United States. As of the 2020 census, the city's population was recorded at 140,230 individuals, positioning it as the second-most populous city in Utah, following Salt Lake City. In 1980, West Valley City officially incorporated, encompassing a vast and rapidly expanding unincorporated region. This incorporation brought together the four distinct communities of Granger, Hunter, Chesterfield, and Redwood. Notably, West Valley City is renowned for housing the Maverik Center and USANA Amphitheatre.

Draper Crime Rating:

B+ (47.62% lower than national average)

Draper, located in the state of Utah, is a city that spans across Salt Lake and Utah counties. Situated approximately 20 miles south of Salt Lake City along the Wasatch Front, Draper has experienced significant population growth over the years. According to the 2020 census, the population stands at 51,017, a substantial increase from the 7,143 residents recorded in 1990. Draper is unique in that it is part of two metropolitan areas. The portion of the city located in Salt Lake County falls within the Salt Lake City metropolitan area, while the Utah County portion is included in the Provo-Orem metropolitan area. One notable feature of Draper is the presence of the Utah State Prison, which is situated near Point of the Mountain and runs alongside Interstate 15. It gained notoriety for being the site of Gary Gilmore's execution on January 17, 1977. In 2014, the Utah Legislature made the decision to relocate the state prison to Draper, and in 2015, they approved the Salt Lake City location recommended by the prison relocation commission. The Draper Prison is scheduled to close in 2022, with inmates being transferred to a new prison facility in Salt Lake City, set to be completed by mid-2022. In terms of transportation, Draper benefits from two UTA TRAX stations: Draper Town Center, located at 12300/12400 South, and Kimball's Lane at 11800 South. Additionally, there is a TRAX station on the border of Sandy called Crescent View, situated at 11400 South. The city's west side is served by a FrontRunner commuter rail station. Draper also boasts approximately five FLEX bus routes that connect neighboring communities, as well as two bus routes to Lehi Frontrunner Station and River/Herriman. These routes intersect at Draper Town Center and the Draper Frontrunner Stations. Notably, Draper is home to prominent companies such as 1-800 Contacts and a large eBay campus, contributing to the city's economic landscape.

South Jordan Crime Rating:

A- (50.98% lower than national average)

South Jordan, situated in the southern central region of Salt Lake County, Utah, United States, is positioned 18 miles (29 km) to the south of Salt Lake City. As an integral part of the Salt Lake City metropolitan area, this city is nestled in the Salt Lake Valley, flanked by the towering Oquirrh Mountains, reaching an elevation of 10,000 feet (3,000 m), and the majestic Wasatch Mountains, soaring to an impressive height of 11,000 feet (3,400 m). The city boasts a 3.5-mile (5.6 km) stretch of the Jordan River Parkway, which encompasses fishing ponds, trails, parks, and natural habitats. Additionally, South Jordan is home to the Salt Lake County fairgrounds and equestrian park, the sprawling 67-acre (27 ha) Oquirrh Lake, and 37 public parks. According to the latest data from 2020, the population of South Jordan stood at 77,487 individuals. Originally established in 1859 by Mormon settlers and historically known as an agricultural community, South Jordan has rapidly transformed into a burgeoning residential area closely connected to Salt Lake City. Notably, Kennecott Land, a prominent land development company, has recently embarked on the construction of the master-planned Daybreak Community, encompassing the entire western half of South Jordan. This ambitious project has the potential to double the city's population. South Jordan holds the distinction of being the first municipality worldwide to house two temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, namely the Jordan River Utah Temple and the Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple. However, it now shares this honor with Provo, Utah. The city also benefits from two TRAX light rail stops and a commuter rail stop on the FrontRunner line.

West Jordan Crime Rating:

B+ (44.66% lower than national average)

Highest Risk Crime: Larceny Theft

West Jordan, located in Salt Lake County, Utah, is a suburban city that serves as a regional center in its own right. With a population of 116,961 according to the 2020 Census, it ranks as the third most populous city in the state. Situated at an elevation of 4,330 feet (1,320 m), West Jordan occupies the southwest end of the Salt Lake Valley. Its boundaries extend from the western bank of the Jordan River to the eastern foothills of the Oquirrh Mountains, where the renowned Kennecott Copper Mine, the largest man-made excavation in the world, is situated. Having been settled in the mid-19th century, West Jordan has experienced significant growth and development. Presently, the city boasts four major retail centers, including the expansive Jordan Landing, which stands as one of the largest mixed-use planned developments in the Intermountain West. Notable companies such as Mountain America Credit Union, Lynco Sales & Service, SME Steel, and Cyprus Credit Union have chosen West Jordan as their headquarters. Additionally, the city is home to Jordan Valley Medical Center, a prominent hospital, and a campus of Salt Lake Community College. West Jordan is also known for its distinctive landmarks. Gardner Village, established in 1850, stands as a testament to the city's rich history. Furthermore, the South Valley Regional Airport, formerly referred to as "Salt Lake Airport #2," serves as a hub for general aviation operations and serves as a base for the 211th Aviation Regiment of the Utah Army National Guard, which operates Apache and Black Hawk helicopters.

Provo Crime Rating:

A- (55.55% lower than national average)

Highest Risk Crime: Larceny Theft

Provo, a city located in Utah County, Utah, serves as the county seat and is positioned 43 miles south of Salt Lake City along the Wasatch Front. It is situated between the cities of Orem to the north and Springville to the south. As of the 2020 census, Provo had a population of 115,162, making it the fourth-largest city in Utah. Moreover, it serves as the principal city in the Provo-Orem metropolitan area, which had a population of 526,810 at the 2010 census. This metropolitan area is the second-largest in Utah, following Salt Lake City. Provo is renowned for being the home of Brigham Young University (BYU), a prestigious private higher education institution operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). Additionally, Provo houses the LDS Church's largest Missionary Training Center (MTC). The city has emerged as a prominent hub for technology development in Utah, boasting several billion-dollar startups. Notably, Provo's Peaks Ice Arena served as a venue for the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics in 2002.

Orem Crime Rating:

B+ (43.20% lower than national average)

Highest Risk Crime: Larceny Theft

Located in the northern part of the state of Utah, Orem is a city that lies adjacent to Provo, Lindon, and Vineyard. Situated approximately 45 miles south of Salt Lake City, Orem is considered one of the principal cities within the Provo-Orem, Utah Metropolitan Statistical Area. This metropolitan area encompasses both Utah and Juab counties. With a population of 98,129 in 2020 and 88,328 in 2010, Orem ranks as the fifth most populous city in Utah. Notably, Utah Valley University is situated within the city of Orem.

American Fork Crime Rating:

A (73.80% lower than national average)

American Fork is a municipality situated in the northern-central region of Utah County, Utah, within the United States. It is positioned at the base of Mount Timpanogos, which is located in the Wasatch Range and lies to the north of Utah Lake. This urban area is located approximately thirty-two miles southeast of Salt Lake City and is considered to be a constituent of the Provo–Orem Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of 2020, the population of American Fork was recorded to be 33,337 individuals. Over the years, this city has experienced significant growth, particularly since the 1970s.

Springville Crime Rating:

A- (51.19% lower than national average)

Highest Risk Crime: Larceny Theft

Springville, situated in Utah County, Utah, is an integral part of the Provo-Orem metropolitan area within the United States. As per the 2020 United States Census, the population of Springville was recorded at 35,268 individuals. This city serves as a residential hub for individuals who commute to work in the Provo-Orem and Salt Lake City metropolitan regions. Spanish Fork and Mapleton are among the nearby cities that share borders with Springville. Notably, Springville is affectionately referred to as "Art City" or "Hobble Creek."

Spanish Fork Crime Rating:

A+ (88.13% lower than national average)

Spanish Fork, located in Utah County, Utah, is a city that forms part of the Provo–Orem Metropolitan Statistical Area. According to the 2020 census, the population of Spanish Fork was reported to be 42,602. In terms of size, Spanish Fork ranks as the 20th largest city in Utah, based on official estimates from the US Census Bureau in 2017. Situated in the picturesque Utah Valley, Spanish Fork is surrounded by natural beauty. To the east, the city is bordered by the majestic Wasatch Range, while Utah Lake lies to the northwest. The city is conveniently connected to the rest of the region by I-15, which passes along its northwest side. Nearby, Payson is located approximately six miles southwest of Spanish Fork, while Springville is situated about four miles northeast. Additionally, Salem is approximately 4.5 miles to the south of Spanish Fork.

Tooele Crime Rating:

B- (14.27% higher than national average)

Tooele, situated in Tooele County within the state of Utah, is a city renowned for its unique characteristics. As of the 2020 census, the population of Tooele was recorded at 35,742 individuals. Serving as the county seat of Tooele County, this city is positioned around 30 minutes southwest of Salt Lake City. Tooele is particularly recognized for its association with the Tooele Army Depot, offering a significant military presence. Moreover, the city boasts picturesque vistas of the nearby Oquirrh Mountains and the magnificent Great Salt Lake.

North Salt Lake Crime Rating:

B (19.88% lower than national average)

North Salt Lake, situated in Davis County, Utah, United States, is a city that forms part of the Ogden–Clearfield, Utah Metropolitan Statistical Area. According to the 2010 census, the population of North Salt Lake was recorded as 16,322 individuals. However, recent estimates suggest that the population has grown to approximately 20,948 as of 2019. Although commonly referred to as North Salt Lake City due to its shared municipal boundary with Salt Lake City to the south, the official corporate name of the city is "The City of North Salt Lake". This informal designation has also been recognized by the Federal Communications Commission, which has granted radio station KALL (700) an official license under the name "North Salt Lake City". However, it is important to note that this station primarily serves the broader Salt Lake City market.

Bountiful Crime Rating:

A (71.77% lower than national average)

Bountiful, located in Davis County, Utah, is a city that experienced significant growth during the suburban expansion of the late 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. According to the 2020 census, the city's population reached 45,762, marking an eight percent increase from the 2010 figure of 42,552. Bountiful held the title of Davis County's largest city until 1985, when it was surpassed by Layton. Presently, it stands as Utah's 18th-largest city. While Bountiful is considered part of the Ogden–Clearfield metropolitan area, it primarily serves as a bedroom community for Salt Lake City and its surrounding areas. However, due to the limited access points into Salt Lake County, the roads connecting the two counties often experience heavy traffic congestion during rush hour. To address this issue, the FrontRunner commuter rail system was established in April 2008, providing an alternative mode of transportation. Additionally, the Legacy Parkway, which opened on September 13, 2008, was constructed to alleviate the traffic burden on Interstate 15 in the Bountiful region. These transportation initiatives aimed to improve the flow of traffic and enhance commuting efficiency in the area.

Centerville Crime Rating:

B+ (41.62% lower than national average)

Centerville, situated in southeastern Davis County, Utah, is a city that forms a part of the Ogden-Clearfield Metropolitan Statistical Area. As per the 2010 census, the population of Centerville was recorded at 15,335. This city is positioned in close proximity to the easternmost region of the Great Salt Lake.

Farmington Crime Rating:

A- (66.03% lower than national average)

Farmington, situated in Davis County, Utah, serves as both a city and the county seat. As of the 2020 census, the population of Farmington stood at 24,531 individuals. Notably, Farmington is home to the renowned Lagoon Amusement Park and the Station Park transit-oriented retail center, which boasts a FrontRunner train station.

Layton Crime Rating:

B+ (43.67% lower than national average)

Highest Risk Crime: Larceny Theft

Layton, a city located in Davis County, Utah, is an integral part of the Ogden-Clearfield Metropolitan Statistical Area. According to the 2020 census, Layton had a population of 81,773 residents. However, estimates for 2023 indicate a 5% increase, bringing the population to 86,003. As the most populous city in Davis County and the tenth most populous in Utah, Layton holds a significant position. One of Layton's notable features is its convenient access to various key locations. The city provides direct connectivity to Salt Lake City, Ogden, Salt Lake City International Airport, Antelope Island, and the FrontRunner commuter rail. This accessibility enhances Layton's appeal and connectivity to important transportation hubs and destinations. Moreover, Layton City plays a crucial role in the economic development of the region. Its proximity to Hill Air Force Base, a prominent hospitality district with over 1,000 hotel beds and a conference center, the Layton Hills Mall, and several nationally recognized retail and food chains, contributes to its economic significance. Additionally, the presence of the East Gate Business Park and the Weber State University-Davis campus further bolster Layton's economic potential. In terms of retail sales activity, Layton made a substantial contribution in 2014, amounting to $1.34 billion. This figure positions Layton as the second largest market north of Salt Lake City and the seventh largest in the state of Utah. This economic achievement highlights the city's thriving commercial sector and its importance within the broader regional context.Layton, a city located in Davis County, Utah, is an integral part of the Ogden-Clearfield Metropolitan Statistical Area. According to the 2020 census, Layton had a population of 81,773 residents. However, estimates for 2023 indicate a 5% increase, bringing the population to 86,003. As the most populous city in Davis County and the tenth most populous in Utah, Layton holds a significant position.

Roy Crime Rating:

A- (53.77% lower than national average)

Roy, located in Weber County, Utah, is situated on the western side of Interstate 15. According to the population estimate in 2019, the city had approximately 39,613 residents, reflecting a growth of 5.8% compared to the 2010 census figure of 36,884. Roy is a constituent of the Ogden−Clearfield Metropolitan Statistical Area and is commonly regarded as a suburban area of the neighboring city, Ogden. It is worth noting that despite its suburban nature, Roy also accommodates a few small businesses within its boundaries.

Ogden Crime Rating:

C+ (59.91% higher than national average)

Highest Risk Crime: Vehicle Theft

Ogden, also known as Ho-quip in the Shoshone language, is a city located in Weber County, Utah, United States. Situated approximately 10 miles east of the Great Salt Lake and 40 miles north of Salt Lake City, it serves as the county seat. As of 2020, the population of Ogden was recorded at 87,321, making it the eighth largest city in Utah according to the US Census Bureau. Throughout its history, Ogden has played a significant role as a major railway hub, facilitating a substantial amount of freight rail traffic. This advantageous position has made it a favorable location for manufacturing and commerce. Additionally, Ogden is renowned for its numerous historic buildings, its close proximity to the picturesque Wasatch Mountains, and for being home to Weber State University. The Ogden–Clearfield, Utah Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), which encompasses Weber, Morgan, Davis, and Box Elder counties, considers Ogden as one of its principal cities. According to the 2010 Census, the population of the entire metropolitan area was 597,159. In the same year, Forbes ranked the Ogden-Clearfield MSA as the sixth best place in the United States to raise a family. Furthermore, since 1954, Ogden has maintained a sister city relationship with Hof in Bavaria, Germany.

Brigham City Crime Rating:

B (27.05% lower than national average)

Brigham City, situated in Box Elder County, Utah, United States, is a city that experienced a notable increase in population from 17,899 in 2010 to 19,650 according to the 2020 census. Serving as the county seat of Box Elder County, it is nestled on the western slope of the Wellsville Mountains, which is a branch of the Wasatch Range, marking the western end of Box Elder Canyon. While Brigham City witnessed significant growth during the 1950s and 1960s, it has encountered economic challenges and stagnant development in recent years. Notably, it is in close proximity to the former headquarters of ATK Thiokol, now known as Northrop Grumman, the company responsible for manufacturing the solid rocket boosters for the Space Shuttle. Renowned for its succulent peaches, Brigham City hosts an annual celebration called Peach Days, which takes place on the weekend following Labor Day. During this festive occasion, a section of Main Street is cordoned off from vehicular traffic, and various activities such as parades, car shows, carnivals, and other festivities are organized. On September 23, 2012, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) consecrated its fourteenth temple in Utah, located in Brigham City. Furthermore, Brigham City serves as the headquarters for the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation, a federally recognized tribe of Shoshone people.

Park City Crime Rating:

B+ (36.22% lower than national average)

Park City, situated in Utah, United States, is primarily located in Summit County, with certain parts extending into Wasatch County. It is recognized as a constituent of the Wasatch Back. Positioned 32 miles (51 km) southeast of downtown Salt Lake City and 20 miles (32 km) from the eastern edge of Sugar House in Salt Lake City along Interstate 80, the city had a population of 8,396 according to the 2020 census. Notably, the number of tourists visiting Park City surpasses the count of permanent residents. Following a decline in population due to the closure of the local mining industry, the city experienced a resurgence in the 1980s and 1990s by expanding its tourism sector. Presently, Park City contributes an average of $529.8 million annually to the Utah Economy as a prominent tourist destination, with $80 million attributed to the Sundance Film Festival. The city boasts two major ski resorts, namely Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain Resort (combined with Canyons Village at Park City), as well as a minor resort called Woodward Park City, which serves as an action sports training and recreational center. Both Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resorts played a significant role as venues for ski and snowboarding events during the 2002 Winter Olympics. Although these resorts receive less snowfall and have a shorter ski season compared to counterparts in Salt Lake County, such as Snowbird resort, they offer greater accessibility. In 2015, Park City Ski Resort and Canyons resorts merged, resulting in the creation of the largest ski area in the United States. The combined resort features an impressive array of 17 slopes, 14 bowls, 300 trails, and 22 miles (35 km) of lifts. Park City serves as the primary location for the renowned Sundance Film Festival, the largest independent film festival in the United States. It is also home to the United States Ski Team, a training center for members of the Australian Freestyle Ski Team, a notable collection of factory outlet stores in northern Utah, the Utah Olympic Park with its 2002 Olympic bobsled/skeleton/luge track, and various golf courses. Additionally, some scenes from the 1994 film Dumb and Dumber were filmed in this vibrant city.

Heber Crime Rating:

A (76.38% lower than national average)

Heber City, situated in Wasatch County, Utah, serves as both a city and the county seat. According to the 2020 United States census, the population of Heber City was recorded at 16,856 individuals.[3] Positioned approximately 43 miles southeast of Salt Lake City, this city boasts a strategic location within the state of Utah. widget logo

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