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Draper City Real Estate

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Draper Crime Statistics

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This page contains useful information to help you if you are looking to buy or sell Draper Utah real estate. Draper is covered by the zip codes 84117 and 84124. It is located in the south east part of the Salt Lake Valley, approx 10 miles from Salt Lake City.

History of Draper

Draper gained its name from the leader of the group of pioneers who discovered the area in 1847. Fuelled by the favourable agrecultural land the settlement grew steadily during the early years. Draper remained an unicorporated area of Salt Lake County until 1999 when it was incorporated and became Draper City.

Today Draper has become one of the most desirable and thus most expensive areas of the Salt Lake Valley, with many homes in the one million dollar range.

Draper Demographics

The following tables provide sample demographics for Draper City taken from the 2010 Census

Population
Population 42,272
Male 22,669
Female 19,605
Median Age 30.7
Pop. Growth 2000-2010 67.6%
Housing
Housing Units 12,125
Owner Occupied 9,096
Renter Occupied 2,448
Vacant 581
Avg. Household Size 3.32
Housing Units (2000) 6,588
Economic
Mean Travel Time To Work (2000) 25.4
Median Household Income (2005-2009) $87,290
Families Below Poverty Level (2000) 1.8%
Individuals Below Poverty Level (2000) 2.7%