Learn about Mount Pleasant, Utah. Below you can find community information, including vital statistics, information on local schools as well as resources for finding real estate listings and homes for sale in Mount Pleasant.
In the 1990s Mt. Pleasant remains a thriving, steadily growing city. New buildings exist side by side with many remaining historic structures such as the library, Liberal Hall, Sanpete County Co-op, Jensen, Rasmussen, and Seely homes, and the campus of Wasatch Academy. In addition, the commercial district has recently undergone a sensitive facelift.
Population (year 2000): 2,707. Estimated population in July 2005: 2,703 (-0.1% change)
Males: 1,330 (49.1%), Females: 1,377 (50.9%)
Median resident age: 29.9 years
Median household income: $33,603 (year 2000)
Median house value: $109,300 (year 2000)
City Events and Activities
1. Hub City Days and the Fourth of July Celebration (July 1st – July 9th)
- A parade down state street featuring a lot of the businesses and residents including children.
- A great breakfast at the city park usually featuring pancakes, bacon and eggs.
- A carnival for the kids at the city park with live entertainment for everyone.
- A rodeo featuring local cowboys in the evening of the fourth.
- Fireworks always follow the rodeo. Fireworks are best seen from the city park or grassy areas next to the cemetery.
2. City Bucks for Christmas – Gift Certificates – Santa Claus Thanksgiving through Dec. 21.
- Receive a ticket for each $5 purchase at participating merchants to be entered into a drawing for a $50 to $200 gift certificate. You do not need to be present at the drawing to win.
- On December 21st, 6:00pm at the Recreation Center on the corner of State St. and Main St. there will be door prizes, a visit from Santa Claus and a special guest and the drawing for Gift Certificates will be held.
3. Winter activities – Each year the surrounding mountains receive an abundant amount of snowfall.
- Either on or off groomed mountain trails, this winter activity proves to be one of the most popular and exciting in Mt. Pleasant and surround communities. For the beginner or experienced rider, finding remote locations, inaccessible by trucks and jeeps, is only part of the fun as you experience the beauty of our mountains.
7. Horseback Riding