HILL AFB

Digital Relocation/Welcome Guide

Our Military

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Organizations

75TH CIVIL ENGINEER GROUP

The 75th Civil Engineer Group provides infrastructure and facilities support, environmental support, Utah Test and Training Range support, fire protection, housing management, explosive ordnance disposal and energy management for Hill AFB. This group deploys explosive ordnance and civil engineer forces to support global contingency operations.

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Welcome

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Welcome

Welcome To Utah! Hill Air Force Base is in northern Utah within Davis County, just south of Weber County. Davis County, known as the Gateway to the Great Salt Lake, is within the heart of Utah. Most of the land in both counties is to the east of the Great Salt Lake, the largest inland body of salt water in the Western Hemisphere. Davis County’s Antelope Island and Weber County’s Fremont Island are surrounded by the lake.

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Getting To & Around

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Getting To & Around

Utah is the crossroads of the West, with Davis and Weber counties serving as a rail hub and transportation nexus. The area boasts a metro to mountain experience with some of the nation’s newest transportation corridors. Davis County is connected to Interstates 15 and 215 and U.S. Route 89, while Weber County is connected to Interstates 15 and 84 and U.S. Route 89. All western metropolitan areas are within a day’s drive from the counties.

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Housing & Real Estate

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Housing & Real Estate

A low cost of living and abundant natural amenities in Davis and Weber counties contribute to a high quality of life not often found in larger metropolitan areas. In 2013, an estimated 322,094 people called Davis County home, while around 238,519 resided in Weber County, the U.S. Census Bureau says. Population density in Davis County was 1,026 people per square mile and 401 in Weber County in 2010, the Census found.

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Employment & Economy

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Employment & Economy

The Wasatch Front, defined as Davis, Salt Lake, Utah and Weber counties, is Utah’s population and economic center. Industry clusters identified by the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development as desirable and strong include aerospace and aviation, defense and homeland security, energy and natural resources, software development and information technology, outdoor products and recreation, financial services and life sciences. Many of those industries are present in Davis and Weber counties.

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Health Care

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Health Care

There are many health care services in Weber and Davis counties for military, civilians and veterans. Implementation of the Affordable Care Act may change established insurance options, and Utah exchanges may still be updating their offerings, so it is important to check your insurance coverage to see where you stand. read more

Family Resources

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Family Resources

Picking up from one place and moving to another is always a hassle, especially when kids and pets are involved. Knowing whom to call or where to find information can help make the transition easier. read more

Education & Academics

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Education & Academics

After moving to a new location, you’ll want to know its educational options. This section outlines public school systems in Davis and Weber counties as well as providing information about higher education and local libraries. There are private schools, charter schools and home schooling available to children in both counties as well.

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Living

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Living

Davis and Weber counties are rich in arts, culture, entertainment, outdoor recreation, great food and shopping. This chapter will highlight some of the local offerings to get you started as you explore your new community — but in no way should this be considered a comprehensive list: It would take a book to cover everything! read more