Oak City, UT


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Oak City has a population of 662 people, according to the Census data for 2016.
Compared to 2010, this number has increased by 84 people (14.5%), so we can confidently say that the dynamics of the population growth are positive. If you compare the rate of population growth with the nearest cities, such as Vineyard or Hinckley, you will find that these cities have a population growth of 762 and a decline of 58 people, respectively (548.2% and -8.3% correspondingly)

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Median Household Income

Median Household Income
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The Oak City median household income is $64,792 (according to the US Census Bureau records for 2016).
A household income is one of the easiest to understand statistical indicators that is used to evaluate the economy of the city. Simply put, it is calculated by summarizing incomes of all adult members of the household. In comparison with the data for year 2010, this figure has increased by $6667 (11.5%). Compared with the neighboring cities, the median household income in Oak City is lower than in Benjamin ($64,896), but greater than in Bountiful ($64,123). The median household income in Utah is $60,727 (6.3% lower than in Oak City)

Poverty Rate

Poverty Rate
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A poverty rate is one of the key economic indicators.
It shows the proportion of the population whose income is less than the poverty line in the area. The lower the number is, the more prosperous the life of society is. The current poverty rate in Oak City is 3.4%. In the neighboring cities, this figure is as follows: in Holladay, 3.9% of the population live below the poverty line, in Orangeville — 3.4%. The poverty rate in Utah is 9.15%. Based on such indicators as the poverty rate, we assume that life in Oak City is slightly better than the average for the state.

Median Gross Rent

Median Gross Rent
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The median gross rent in Oak City is $675 a month (as of 2016).
In 2010, this figure was higher — $768/mo (+12.1%). Please note, gross rent may include not only the rent payments, but also utility bills and some other building costs. The median gross rent in the state of Utah is higher at $887 per month (again, data for 2016). The following median gross rent was registered in the neighboring cities: renters in Salina pay $677/mo, in Moroni — $672/mo.

Rent Burden

Rent Burden
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The rent burden in Oak City is 21.2% (2016).
Rent burden shows what proportion of the household income is spent on rental housing. This data is useful in estimating the housing affordability in the city. Rent burden in Oak City is lower than in the state of Utah, where the rent burden is 29.0%. In neighboring cities, the situation is as follows: rent burden is 21.3% in Spring City, and in Fillmore — 21.1%.

Share of Renter-Occupied Housing

Share of Renter-Occupied Housing
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19.9% of housing units in Oak City are occupied by renters (2016).
A housing unit means a house, an apartment, a mobile home, a room or any other structure that is used for habitation. In 2010, the share of renter-occupied housing units was lower — 12.8%. It seems that now more people live in rented houses in Oak City than before. Neighboring cities have the following shares of renter-occupied housing units: Kearns (19.9%), Oakley (19.5%).

Renter Occupied Households

Renter Occupied Households
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There are 27 renter occupied households in Oak City (2016).
This is just a rough estimation based on Census and ESRI demographic data. Since 2015, the number of such type of households has increased by 2% (27 households in 2016 vs. 26 in 2015). Nearby cities have the following renter-occupied housing unit numbers: there are 34 households in Vineyard, 24 units in Rush Valley.


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There was 0 eviction reported in Oak City in 2016.
Here are how many evictions were made in nearby cities in 2016 : 1 from housing were made in Richfield, 1 in Erda. Reasons for evictions can be different-code violations, violations of the terms of the lease, etc. But often the main reason is the failure to pay the rent on time. That is why a large number of evictions (especially when there is a tendency to increase this number) may indicate a deterioration of the economy.

Eviction Filings

Eviction Filings
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The total number of eviction cases that were registered in the Oak City in 2016 is 0.00.
Please note that some addresses may have multiple eviction cases during the year. Compared to the neighboring cities, Oak City has less eviction cases than Benjamin (0.31 filing in 2016), less eviction cases than Castle Dale (0.05 filing).

Top Names

The most popular names in Oak City

Janet Lindquist — 1 persons
Ann Rogers — 1 persons
Leslie Hartzog — 1 persons
Jeff Lyman — 1 persons
Sara Tolbert — 1 persons
Linda Peterson — 1 persons
Travis Woolsey — 1 persons
Joan Shipley — 1 persons
Jennifer Snow — 1 persons
Barry Eggleston — 1 persons
Clayton Anderson — 1 persons
Gordon Shipley — 1 persons
Paula Prince — 1 persons

Age Distribution


Featured Addresses

65 East 200 N Oak City Gordon F Shipley and Joan K Shipley are residents. Three persons, including Deborah Marie Clark, lived here in the past
45 South Main Linda Peterson is a resident. Four persons, including Wendi Lee Elkins and Amber Rae Evans, lived here in the past
220 200 East Travis Robert Woolsey is a resident. Ann Marie Rogers lived here in the past
39 East 200 N Oak City Lindsey M Coles and Allan R Roper lived here in the past. Brian L Brian linked to this address via UCC filing
45 Main Street Three persons, including Linda Peterson and Amber Rae Evans, lived here in the past
330 West 100 N Oak City Three persons, including Tyler Nielson and Camron L Nielson, lived here in the past
380 West 100 N Oak City Three persons, including David Brown and Michael Kelsey Teagle, lived here in the past
85 South Main Serina Westphal and Jeff M Lyman lived here in the past
35 South Main Orrin T Nay and Michael Scott Nielson lived here in the past
55 South Main Adrienne Windley and Julie Desantis lived here in the past

All Addresses

This is a list of addresses in Oak City with information about local companies or construction work going on there

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Street/Address Contact info for Previous Residents UCC Filings Motor Carriers
1 45 South Main 1 4
2 85 South Main 2
3 35 South Main 2
4 55 South Main 2
5 75 South Main 1
6 40 South Main 1
7 65 East 200 N Oak City 2 3
8 39 East 200 N Oak City 2 1
9 45 Main Street 3
10 170 Main Street 1
11 55 Main Street 1
12 85 Main Street 1
13 330 West 100 N Oak City 3
14 380 West 100 N Oak City 3
15 220 200 East 1 2
16 39 200 East 1
17 113 200 East 1
18 175 200 East 1
19 200 200 North 1
20 13705 East 1250 North 1
Street/Address Contact info for Previous Residents UCC Filings Motor Carriers
Last updated on April 06, 2020 at 5:00 AM (PST)


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