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Richfield is the district seat of Sevier County, situated in west focal Utah. It is the biggest city in the district and lies in a fruitful valley encompassed by excellent red shake mountains and snow secured crests.
Voyagers on the Old Spanish Trail and mountain man Jedediah S. Smith were among the individuals who crossed the province before white settlement. The Southern Exploring Company under Mormon Apostle Parley P. Pratt visited the zone throughout the winter of 1849-50, and George W. Bean investigated the Sevier Valley in 1863. From the get-go in 1864 ten men settled in the Richfield region. A few different towns were established in the following couple of years. In any case, savage encounters with the Ute Indians during the Black Hawk War (1865-68) constrained deserting of all the Sevier settlements in April 1867. Endeavors to resettle didn’t prevail until 1870.
The area can be best portrayed as “country broadened” because of the assembly of rural, retail and mechanical exercises. Some portion of Richfield’s incredible intrigue is its little size. With a populace of 7,111 individuals, inhabitants can appreciate personal satisfaction free from clog, contamination, and commotion. However, notwithstanding for a network of this size, occupants appreciate fluctuated shopping, eateries and social exercises.
Richfield is a piece of Panoramaland and is a well-known avenue to a few close by National Parks and Forests, all giving plentiful recreational exercises. The zone has been for quite some time known for its outdoor recreational opportunities, for example, climbing, angling, and chasing. Mountain biking and All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) riding occasions have as of late added to the territory’s prevalence.
3709 South 500 West #A | Salt Lake City, Utah | 84115
Richfield City Corp
75 East Center | Richfield, UT | 84701
Telephone: (435) 896-6439
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PO Box 25308 | Salt Lake City, UT | 84125
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