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    Spanish Fork Real Estate

    Spanish Fork, UT

    Population– 34,547

    Median Age– 25.2

    Married Population– 66.2%

    Household Size– 3.67

    Unemployment Rate– 3.0%

    Median Home Price– $194,700

    Average Commute Time– 21.13 min

    Location North-central Utah at the south end of the greater Salt Lake City area and south of Utah County


    State– Utah

    County– Utah County

    Metro Area– Provo-Orem

    Profile– Small city complex

    Time zone– Mountain Standard Time

    Zip Codes– 84660

    Spanish Fork UT is at the very south part of Utah County Located just below Provo and Springville. Spanish Fork is a part of the greater Provo- Orem area. Spanish Fork was settled by Mormon Pioneers in 1851. Spanish Fork is at the base of the Spanish Fork Canyon, and is surrounded by amazing views of the Wasatch Mountains, High peaks of spectacular proportions. Around 1855 the pioneers from Iceland made Spanish Fork into the first permanent Icelandic settlement in the US.  The city got some of its name from the 1865 Treaty of Spanish Fork, this is where the Utes were forced by an Executive Order by President Abraham Lincoln to relocate to the Spanish Fork area. Spanish Fork is known for some of its amazing events held every year Icelandic Days, the Harvest Moon Hurrah, Fiesta Days, the Festival of Lights, and the Festival of Colors.