Brigham City Profile
Brigham City is located 60 miles north of Salt Lake City on the I-15 corridor. Travel time to Salt Lake City and the Salt Lake City International Airport is one hour. Brigham City is well known regionally for its small town atmosphere and easy access to services and amenities in larger communities such as Logan, Ogden, and Salt Lake City. For a relatively small community, Brigham City has an excellent array of services and amenities such as city owned and operated electrical, water, sewer, and storm drain utilities, an open-access fiber optic telecommunication network providing fiber-to-the-premise infrastructure with multiple service provider options, and airport, parks, recreation programs, a library, and a museum.

Brigham City is situated at the base of the spectacular Wellsville Mountains, with the Wasatch Mountains to the south, and the 75,000 acre Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge to the west. The Golden Spike National Historic Site, location of the world famous driving of the Golden Spike is located at Promontory Summit west of Brigham City. Mantua Reservoir, a Brigham City owned reservoir located a short three mile drive to the east, and Willard Bay State Park located five miles to the south provides excellent water skiing, fishing, camping, hiking, and mountain biking opportunities. There are twelve of Utah's world-class ski resorts within a 90 minute drive of Brigham City. Brigham City's tree lined Main Street, with its historic arch and historic downtown, is an excellent place to live and do business.