South Weber, Utah

Life in South Weber, Utah, explained by people who’ve lived in South Weber:

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South Weber Favorites

What’s your favorite thing about living in South Weber?

  • The views. (Hailea, 1 year)
  • Community, neighbors. (John, 1 year)
  • The country feel. (Meg, 1 year)
  • Location, proximity to outdoor activities and views. (Richie, 2 years)
  • Country feel, but close to everything, (Ashley, 3 years)
  • Good neighbors (Kim, 4 years)
  • The people, the sense of community. (Becky, 8 years)
  • Small town feel, yet shopping close by (and less bugs because of the wind). (Julia, 11 years)
  • The ease and closeness to things both north and south. (Leslie, 16 years)
  • Quiet most of the time. (Rudy, 17 years)

South Weber Least Favorites

What’s your least favorite thing about living in South Weber?

  • Snooty neighbors. (Hailea, 1 year)
  • Gravel pit, no access to hiking trails east of South Weber. (John, 1 year)
  • Lack of amenities. (Richie, 2 years)
  • 84 freeway noise. (Ashley, 3 years)
  • Not having roads maintained and having to pay extra for them, and of course the wind. (Kim, 4 years)
  • The blowing sand. (Becky, 8 years)
  • THE SAND PIT!!!!! I have a chronic cough because of it and am losing good neighbors because of the air quality. We are holding out, hoping it will end soon!!!! (Julia, 11 years)
  • The gravel pit. (Leslie, 16 years)
  • The good ol’ boys club in city politics and the charter school traffic. (Rudy, 17 years)

South Weber Things To Do

What are fun things to do in South Weber?

  • Bike, walk, trails, visit parks. (Hailea, 1 year)
  • Walk, rec center. (John, 1 year)
  • Ride the train at the park. (Meg, 1 year)
  • Walk by the river. (Richie, 2 years)
  • South Weber days. (Kim, 4 years)
  • The fair, fireworks, family rec center. (Becky, 8 years)
  • Walking, bike riding, parks, South Weber Days activities. (Julia, 11 years)
  • The park, the people. (Leslie, 16 years)
  • South Weber days used to be fun, but no longer. (Rudy, 17 years)

South Weber’s Reputation

What’s South Weber known for?

  • Safe neighborhoods. (Hailea, 1 year)
  • River, canyon wind, farming. (John, 1 year)
  • The community. (Meg, 1 year)
  • Wind. (Richie, 2 years)
  • Gravel pit. (Ashley, 3 years)
  • Bad roads and wind. (Kim, 4 years)
  • The wind. (Becky, 8 years)
  • The wind and small town feel. (Julia, 11 years)
  • Wind. (Leslie, 16 years)
  • Wind and speed traps. (Rudy, 17 years)

South Weber Crime

What’s the crime like in South Weber? (hot spot areas, etc.)

  • Package stealing. (Hailea, 1 year)
  • Not bad at all. (John, 1 year)
  • We didn’t even lock our doors when we lived there. (Meg, 1 year)
  • Low. (Richie, 2 years)
  • Good. (Ashley, 3 years)
  • Need to lock your homes most of the time, you hear of small theft. (Kim, 4 years)
  • It’s mainly low. I felt like every now and then groups would target and canvas an area, but over all it was pretty low. (Becky, 8 years)
  • Low crime rate. (Julia, 11 years)
  • Just like everywhere. Getting worse. (Rudy, 17 years)

South Weber Advice

Any advice for people moving to South Weber?

  • Choose the neighbors, not the home. (Hailea, 1 year)
  • You must be okay with random people knocking on your door all the time. (Meg, 1 year)
  • Don’t move here, I don’t want it to get crowded. (Richie, 2 years)
  • Get ready to have sand in your windows and morning winds. (Kim, 4 years)
  • You’ll get use to the wind 🙂 and love it because you can go out in the evening and not be eaten by mosquitoes. (Julia, 11 years)
  • Build out of the wind. (Leslie, 16 years)
  • City services are poor and the fire department is a joke. (Rudy, 17 years)

South Weber Stories

Share an experience you’ve had in South Weber (fun, crazy, dangerous, etc.).

  • Beautiful autumns watching the mountains change. (Hailea, 1 year)
  • They have a very fun parade and celebration week for South Weber days. (Meg, 1 year)
  • Walking along the river. (Richie, 2 years)
  • Joseph Rays store was always a landmark even when I didn’t live here, he always gave candy to the kids, what a kind old man. (Kim, 4 years)
  • The parade. (Becky, 8 years)
  • I love the the South Days run/walk that goes by my house. (Julia, 11 years)
  • Street party. (Leslie, 16 years)

South Weber’s Future

How do you think South Weber will change over the next 10 years?

  • More companies moving in, less land. (Hailea, 1 year)
  • Hopefully plans to close the gravel pit are carried out. (John, 1 year)
  • I think it will keep growing everyone knows everyone there and people are building like crazy to live by family. (Meg, 1 year)
  • Fill those pits up with water. (Richie, 2 years)
  • More populated, less open land. (Ashley, 3 years)
  • More crime with all the new developments. (Kim, 4 years)
  • I wish it wouldn’t. I was sad when the business was brought in. (Becky, 8 years)
  • No more sand pit to breathe and clean up after. I’ll be able to leave my window open at night without all of the grit. But overall it’ll just get better! (Julia, 11 years)
  • Crammed in houses. (Leslie, 16 years)
  • It will be over built and traffic going anywhere will be unbearable. (Rudy, 17 years)

South Weber Facts

Any other interesting facts about South Weber?

  • Feud with lower Uintah is kinda funny. (John, 1 year)
  • It’s very windy. (Meg, 1 year)
  • Why can’t we get our roads repaired, we are now paying for road maintenance. (Kim, 4 years)
  • Only 1 stoplight in the whole town. Haha, that is all I could think of that I haven’t already said. (Julia, 11 years)
  • Everyone is named poll. (Leslie, 16 years)
  • Half the city is related to each other. (Rudy, 17 years)