Washington Terrace is a relatively small and residential city within the Ogden-Weber area. There are more than 9,000 people in the city, though the city only makes up 1.9 square miles of land. Washington Terrace is home to a high school, a junior high school, and two elementary schools.
In Washington Terrace, there are more than 3,000 households, and 36 percent of those households have children under the age of 18 living in them. Twenty-four percent of the households are non-families. The average household size is 2.77, though the family size is higher, 3.21. There also are more females 18 and over than males the same age, as there are 89 males for every 100 females.
Though Washington Terrace is slightly further away from the Wasatch Front than other Ogden-Weber cities, it still enjoys the gorgeous scenery that comes along with the mountainous region. The temperatures still range from below 20 degrees to above 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
Washington Terrace receives approximately 18 inches of snowfall each year, which is considerably less than other cities in the state, even Salt Lake City, which receives 56.2 inches of snowfall on average annually.
Industry and Typical Income
Because Washington Terrace is a highly residential area, there is not much industry in the area. The rate of retail per capita is less than $1,000, which is low compared to the Utah average, which is more than $13,000. The average income of a person in Washington Terrace is approximately $51,000, which is lower than the state average, which is almost $58,000.
There is plenty of room for growth in Washington Terrace, however. Businesses are beginning to move into the area to serve the residential areas more effectively. For more information about the City of Washington Terrace, visit wt.govoffice.com