Draper City’s current population estimate is 47,710 residents.

  • The population reported in the 2010 Census was 42,272.
  • Median Age: 30.7 years
  • Draper City’s Mean Household Income is $120,088.
  • Median Household Income is $94,852
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Employment Area Population

Area Population
Salt Lake City Metro
Salt Lake County
1.136 million
Utah County


Estimated Average Household Size: 3.38 persons

  • Total Households: 12,287
  • Owner Occupied: 9,708
  • Renter Occupied: 2,579
  • Median Home Price: $434,450
  • Median Rental Rate: $1,156
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An estimated 39.8% of Draper residents 25+ have a Bachelor's degree or higher.
96.3% of residents 25+ are high school graduates or higher.


  • Total Employed:
  • Total Number of Firms: 4,705
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Major Employers

  • eBay
  • 1-800-Contacts
  • ACS Business Processing
  • O'Currance
  • Swire Pacific
  • Musician's Friend
  • Investools
  • IKEA
  • DAW Construction
  • Control 4 Corporation


Draper City has 88+ miles of city and mountain trails.

The city purchased 1,000 acres of open space in the foothills of Draper, known as the Corner Canyon Regional Park. Draper is located 20 minutes drive from world-class skiing at Alta, Snowbird, Brighton and Solitude and a 45-minute drive to Park City, Deer Valley and Canyons Ski Resorts. Draper is known as one of the best paragliding sites in the world.


Sales Tax: 6.85%

  • The property tax rate for 2016 that is levied by Draper City is 0.00156.
  • The current property tax for the TRSSD area is 0.000622


Draper City is the tenth (10th) largest city in the state in land area.

Draper City encompasses 30.3 square mile. The city is located in the southeast corner of the Salt Lake Valley, set against the Wasatch Mountain Range.


  • 19 miles south of downtown Salt Lake City
  • 29 miles north of downtown Provo
  • 23 miles south of Salt Lake International Airport
  • 29 miles north of the Provo Airport
(Source: U.S. Census Bureau— QuickFacts Table)