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A blue house in Woods Cross.

Woods Cross, Utah

Woods Cross, Utah, is a city at the southern end of Davis County.  Woods Cross shares a boundary with West Bountiful to the north, Bountiful to the east, North Salt Lake to the south, and the Great Salt Lake to the west.  The area of present-day Woods Cross was settled in 1865, seventeen years after Mormon pioneers arrived in Utah.  The settlement was named after Daniel C. Wood, one of the first Mormon pioneers to inhabit the area.  Woods Cross was officially incorporated in 1935.

Today, approximately 11,400 residents call Woods Cross home.  Woods Cross considers itself a "Community of Promise," a program organized in 2001 by former Mayor Jerry Larrabee.  This program is based on Colin Powell's America's Promise Program and aims to provide citizens with caring adults, safe places, a healthy start, marketable skills, and opportunities to serve, according to the city's website.  To that end, the Community of Promise serves residents of Woods Cross with volunteer functions, which include the Summer Literacy Program, Senior's Lunch Bunch, City Wide Book Club, the Gardening Group, City Beautification, Back Yard Walk, Suicide Prevention, Welcome Baby, Emergency Preparedness, and Uniting Neighbors.  This program also assists with organizing the Summer Recreation Program and the city's annual Memorial Day Celebration.  Community of Promise helps make Woods Cross a great place to live. Woods Cross contains mostly residential and suburban living. In addition, the median home age is below the natural average. Woods Cross contains significant rental living as well; approximately 21% of the cities population are renters.

Things to Do

There are several great libraries in Woods Cross as well as parks, including Mill Park, Hogan Park and Mountain View Park which provides access to trails. Residents enjoy the many local amenities and attractions, including an indoor golf club, several restaurants, shopping and close access to the Legacy Nature Preserve. Woods Cross provides it's residents with many great activities through the "Community of Promise" program which serves residents of Woods Cross with volunteer functions, including a summer literacy program, community book club, back yard walk, senior lunch bunch, welcome baby, emergency preparedness and city beautification functions that help to unite Woods Cross residents together. This program also assists with organizing the Summer Recreation Program and the city's annual Memorial Day Celebration.

Schools
Benchmark School7 - 12
Odyssey SchoolPre - 6
Woods Cross ElementaryPre - 6
Woods Cross High10 - 12
Woods Cross SchoolPre - 6
Ski Resorts
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Real Estate in Woods Cross

Woods Cross contains mostly residential and suburban living. In addition, the median home age is below the natural average. Woods Cross contains significant rental living as well; approximately 21% of the population are renters. Located at the southern end of Davis County, Woods Cross shares a boundary with West Bountiful to the north, Bountiful to the east, North Salt Lake to the south, and the Great Salt Lake to the west. The central location of this community with close proximity to outdoor recreation, a large variety of local amenities and incredible community programs provides an abundant quality of life for Woods Cross residents.  

A blue house in Woods Cross.