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About the Town


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About the Town


About the Town

Nestled against Utah's Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, the Town of Independence has a population of 170. US-40 flanks the town on its western border, while Center Creek Road skirts the town's northern edge. Independence, as a whole, encompasses over nine-thousand acres of private land and ten-thousand acres of Forest Service lands, which range from farmland to wooded, alpine terrain. The town was forged with a clear vision for sustainability, recreation and community.

How About Views?

Enjoy breathtaking vistas of the Wasatch Mountains, clear skies and sweeping fields.

Incredible Environment

Away from major metropolitan areas, our town is a true escape from the hustle & bustle.

Adventures Aplenty 

Trails, skiing, rivers, lakes and golf courses are virtually limitless near Independence.

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Town History


Town History


Town History

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Independence was born on June 5, 2008. The town represents a glimmering opportunity for urban planning and design, without marring the beautiful majesty of these lands. In fact, a cohesive and functioning community built around sustainability, nature and recreation was the inspiration for coming together and incorporating. The Town's governing body is comprised of five Council members and a Mayor.