Welcome to Brigham City
Brigham City offers an enviable lifestyle and an unsurpassed quality of life exemplifying the City's vision: "Beautiful Brigham City, Your Future is Here!"
A wide variety of year round recreational activities are offered including an 18 hole championship golf course, eleven city parks, tennis courts, pickleball courts, swimming pools, and baseball and softball diamonds. Willard Bay State Park and Mantua Reservoir are found nearby as well as many streams and other reservoirs. Boating, sailing, windsurfing, rodeos, mountain climbing, camping, hunting and fishing activities abound. Hiking, biking and ATV trails in our nearby mountains during spring, summer and fall allow for great discovery and adventure. The Brigham City area also offers great winter activities with twelve of Utah’s famous ski resorts within a short drive. Ice fishing is found during the winter months on the reservoir. Sledding and ice skating are also popular activities.
Businesses looking for a great place to locate will find the workforce is among the best educated and most productive in the United States. Utah State University Brigham City Campus offers a variety of associate, bachelor and master degrees. Bridgerland Applied Technology Center offers training programs for completion of associate and certificate proficiencies. Brigham City has an open access fiber-optic system offering state-of-the-art technology in telecommunications. Brigham City offers great business opportunities.
Brigham City’s infrastructure is exceptional. Brigham City operates their own electric power, water, waste treatment, waste collection, and storm drain utility systems. Brigham City offers a beauty that is rarely shown in cities our size as exemplified by our clean, well maintained, tree lined streets. Brigham City is rich in pioneer heritage and boasts of being the first successful co-op established in 1865. The Museum Gallery has a family interactive historical area allowing for a true pioneer experience. Rotating exhibits are offered for educational opportunities. The Carnegie Library offers traveling exhibits, reading discussion groups, and a county wide literacy program. Brigham City's popular senior center provides fun for those who are young at heart. Traditional summer and fall Heritage Arts and Peach Days festivals bring thousands to celebrate our legacy.
The James E. Hansen’s Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge Visitors Center beckons all those interested in the environment and birding. It serves as a gateway to 74,000 acres of refuge property that include opportunities for wildlife observation, photography, and environmental education. The commemoration of the completion of nation's first transcontinental railroad is celebrated at the nearby Golden Spike National Historic Site and visitors center.