As one of the oldest communities in the mountain west, East Mill Creek is rich in the history and folklore of Utah. Its residents have played a part in the progress and creation of the Salt Lake Valley. From rough and humble beginnings, to silver mining, to the beginnings of technology, and it’s present charm, East Mill Creek has been the home of famous and infamous Utahans’ whose presence and influence can be found in the homes, the neighborhoods, the green spaces and in the often forgotten legends these places hold. It is often the history of a place that gives people a reason to care about it—and history is made up of the stories of people.

There is a seasonal Farmers Market held at the old Baldwin Radio Factory, dog friendly hiking and mountain biking in Millcreek Canyon. Some of Salt Lake City’s most desirable settings for weddings and dining can be found here as well.