Mayor Fridal’s Welcome to Tremonton!

Tremonton is a growing and vibrant city of about 8,000 residents.  We enjoy the perfect blend of amenities and charm of a small town and proximity to metropolitan centers.

Education is a priority of ours.  Our youth attend modern elementary, intermediate, middle and high schools.  Utah State University, Weber State University and the University of Utah are all located just 35 to 90 minutes drive from Tremonton.   Utah State University has a satellite campus in Tremonton and a brand new Regional Campus in Brigham City.  Bridgerland Area Vocational Center is also located in Brigham City just 20 minutes away.

Our community has many economic advantages.  Most of all, the people who live here.   They are  caring, resourceful and dependable.   The geographic location is perfectly suited for transportation as we are located at the crossroads of two major Interstates.  Tremonton is situated almost exactly in the center of the western United States.

Our neighborhoods are quiet and friendly.  Housing is affordable and utility costs are reasonable.  Fiber-optic communication is available in most parts of our City.  Our retail area is growing and modernizing.  The climate is pleasant and the location is awesome.    What more can you ask!

Public safety and quality of life are important.  We have well trained and experienced police, ambulance and fire departments.  The City’s senior center and  library help to improve the quality of live for our residents.   Our food pantry not only serves the residents of Tremonton who are in need of a helping hand, but also provides this service to the surrounding communities.

We have full service health care in Tremonton.  The new Intermountain Health Care hospital is a state-of-the-art  facility that serves the residents of Tremonton and the Bear River Valley.

Recreational opportunities are plentiful with lakes, canyons, mountains, open space close by and many world class National Parks within a comfortable days drive.  The city has a great sports and recreation department that offers a variety of quality programs for both youth and adults.  The City is even developing a nature preserve and trail system.

As you can see, Tremonton is a great place to live, work and play.  So if you already live here, we are glad you chose Tremonton as your home.  If you are considering Tremonton as a place to live or work, we welcome you.  In either of these cases, I hope you find Tremonton to be a friendly and progressive community.

Roger Fridal
Mayor, Tremonton City