The City Council consists of the Mayor and five Council members who are all elected at large. Washington City has a Council/Mayor form of government with a part time Mayor, the mayor only votes in the event of a tie. The Mayor and Council members serve staggered four-year terms on a part-time basis. Elections in Washington City are non-partisan.
Washington City is excited to be the home of a 110,000 sq. ft. Community Center. Housed in the center is Utah's largest indoor aquatic complex. Its amenities will provide fun and enjoyment for all ages.
Washington City is one of the fastest growing city in Utah. At the center of Utah's "Dixie," Washington City is a hub to business development, recreation, and education. This is reflected in Washington City receiving the rank of 2nd best place to live in Utah.
Washington City covers 32.86 square miles and has a population of over 20,888 people. In 2000, Washington's population was 8,186. This is an increase of over 130% increase in the past ten years.
Median Household Income: 49,145%
Highschool Graduation Rate: 93.6%
College Graduates: 23.2%
Percent who own homes: 70.4%
Washington City has three freeway exits which cover six miles of interstate. In 2013, these three exits saw an average daily use of 99,735 travelers. In 2014, Washington County reported $450,349,642 spent in tourism.
Washington City is closely located to major destinations such as: