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Roy, Utah

Roy, Utah, is the second most-populated city in Weber County.  Located in the southwest corner of the county, Roy shares a border with West Haven to the north, Riverdale to the east, Hooper to the west, and Davis County to the south.  The area remained mostly uninhabited until a man named William Evans Barker settled there with his family in 1873, 25 years after Ogden was settled.  The area developed gradually and was eventually incorporated in 1937.  The city officially adopted the name Roy in honor of a local schoolteacher's deceased child.  A fun fact about Roy: The first branch bank in Utah was established in Roy in 1953.

Today, over 39,000 residents call Roy home.  Residents have access to numerous amenities both within and outside city limits.  Roy offers a seasonal outdoor aquatic center with water slides, a kiddie area, and a lap pool; a year-round recreation complex with basketball courts, weight and fitness rooms, and a swimming pool; and the Roy Historical Museum.  Roy is also home to the well-reviewed Eagle Lake Golf Course and a number of shops and restaurants.  Roy residents are within are within short driving distance of many outdoor recreational attractions in northern Utah.  For instance, Ogden Valley and its three ski resorts--Snowbasin, Powder Mountain, and Wolf Mountain--is within a 40-minute drive.  For boating and fishing enthusiasts, Willard Bay State Park and Pineview Reservoir are both nearby.  Furthermore, downtown Ogden is within a ten-minute drive and Salt Lake City is 40 minutes south on I-15. Just 10 minutes away, the city of Layton is another popular area for residents to enjoy shopping, dining and entertainment. Roy offers mostly suburban and residential living. The cost of living in Roy is lower than the national average. Though known as a safe area, ideal for families and young professionals, Roy is also an affordable city to either buy or rent.

Things to Do

Residents have access to numerous amenities both within and outside city limits.  Roy offers a seasonal outdoor aquatic center with water slides, a kiddie area, and a lap pool; a year-round recreation complex with basketball courts, weight and fitness rooms, and a swimming pool; and the Roy Historical Museum.  Roy is also home to the well-reviewed Eagle Lake Golf Course and a number of shops and restaurants.  Roy residents are within are within short driving distance of many outdoor recreational attractions in northern Utah. There are three recreational bodies of water as well as two ski resorts and multiple golf courses are less than an hours drive away. The annual air show event, put on by Hill Air Force Base, can be seen directly from anywhere in Roy and the Roy Aviation Museum is a popular place to learn about both aviation and the military history in the community. The city is home to several great restaurants as well as shopping, bowling and other entertainment options. Being so close to local farm communities like Hooper and Plain City gives Roy residents opportunities to buy seasonal produce and farm goods from the farm stands that pop up each year in these neighboring areas. There are even pumpkin and corn stands each year within Roy city. Home to Roy High School, there are fun opportunities within the community to enjoy a sports game and support the local youth.

Schools
Angie's Kinder AcademyPre - K
Bridge Elementary SchoolK - 6
Lakeview SchoolK - 6
Midland SchoolK - 6
Municipal SchoolK - 6
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Ski Resorts
Alta
Beaver Mountain
Brian Head Resort
Brighton Resort
Cherry Peak
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Real Estate in Roy

Roy is known for being a safe, suburban community that is conveniently located in Weber County between Ogden and Layton. The cost of living is a bit lower in Roy, making it an ideal town for families, retirees and professionals alike. The commute time to large employers such as Hill Air Force Base, the Ogden Business Depot and the Freeport Center is no more than 20 minutes as well as just 40 minutes to Salt Lake City. Homes in Roy vary from large custom homes to large areas full of smaller single family homes. A desirable place to call home, Roy has a great balance between cost of living, accessibility, safety and things to do. Though mostly suburban, you can still find farms and open spaces throughout the city. There are several grocery stores, restaurants, shopping areas and services throughout Roy as well as great schools and many parks. Beautiful sunset views can be seen looking to the West. Broad mountain views can also be seen throughout Roy in all directions.

5398 S 4150 W Roy