Utah’s 50
Best Cities for Sleep

2020

The beautiful state of Utah is also known as The Beehive State after a term meaning “honeybee” in the Book of Mormon. Utah is home to the largest settlement of Mormons in the US, and is one of the least densely populated of all the 50 states. Utah boasts some of the most spectacular and unique national parks in the world, including Arches, Zion, and Canyonlands. Utah also hosts a wealth of wildlife, including elk, bison, mountain goats, and bighorn sheep.

Fascinating facts about Utah:

  • The quaking aspen is the Utah state tree and the gila monster is the state reptile
  • Each year, the mountains near Salt Lake City get an average of 500 inches of snow
  • Utah has 6 national forests and 7 national monuments 
  • The outlaw Butch Cassidy was born in Beaver, Utah
  • The Great Salt Lake near Salt Lake City covers more than a million acres of land and is larger than the states of Delaware and Rhode island

So how does the population of this scenic state sleep? Does its clear desert air help or hinder slumber? How does Utah’s outdoor lifestyle affect the rates of sleep disorders? Join us as we find out how cities in The Beehive State stack up.

30 %

The percentage of adults who report insufficient sleep each year. Insufficient sleep increases the chance of weight gain, cognitive problems, and cardiovascular disease

26 %

The percentage of adults who report a BMI — or body mass index — above 30%. Higher body mass usually equals a greater risk of sleep apnea

13 %

The percentage of adults who report excessive drinking. Heavy drinking is linked to disrupted sleep and less REM sleep

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1
Summit Park, Utah
Summit Park
Sleep Score: 89.62

Summit Park, UT

Population 7,954
Insufficient Sleep 250
Median Income 119,839
Mentally unhealthy days 3
Obesity 150
oor physical health days 2.9
Drinking 170
Physical inactivity 2.9
Smoking 80
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.38
Food insecurity 110
Unempolyment 31

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Highland, Utah
Highland
Sleep Score: 88.9

Highland, UT

Population 19,183
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 128,938
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.2
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.2
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.7
Food insecurity 130
Unempolyment 29

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Park City, Utah
Park City
Sleep Score: 88.78

Park City, UT

Population 8,504
Insufficient Sleep 250
Median Income 104,182
Mentally unhealthy days 3
Obesity 150
oor physical health days 2.9
Drinking 170
Physical inactivity 2.9
Smoking 80
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.38
Food insecurity 110
Unempolyment 31

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Snyderville, Utah
Snyderville
Sleep Score: 88.57

Snyderville, UT

Population 6,271
Insufficient Sleep 250
Median Income 100,294
Mentally unhealthy days 3
Obesity 150
oor physical health days 2.9
Drinking 170
Physical inactivity 2.9
Smoking 80
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.38
Food insecurity 110
Unempolyment 31

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Alpine, Utah
Alpine
Sleep Score: 88.03

Alpine, UT

Population 10,504
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 112,727
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.2
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.2
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.7
Food insecurity 130
Unempolyment 29

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Fruit Heights, Utah
Fruit Heigh.
Sleep Score: 87.53

Fruit Heights, UT

Population 6,234
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 104,984
Mentally unhealthy days 3.3
Obesity 260
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 110
Unempolyment 31

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Mapleton, Utah
Mapleton
Sleep Score: 87.4

Mapleton, UT

Population 10,168
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 100,929
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.2
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.2
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.7
Food insecurity 130
Unempolyment 29

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Draper, Utah
Draper
Sleep Score: 87.36

Draper, UT

Population 48,319
Insufficient Sleep 300
Median Income 110,270
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 160
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 90
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 120
Unempolyment 31

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Cedar Hills, Utah
Cedar Hills
Sleep Score: 87.19

Cedar Hills, UT

Population 10,217
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 97,039
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.2
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.2
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.7
Food insecurity 130
Unempolyment 29

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Farmington, Utah
Farmington
Sleep Score: 87.11

Farmington, UT

Population 24,514
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 97,168
Mentally unhealthy days 3.3
Obesity 260
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 110
Unempolyment 31

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Bluffdale, Utah
Bluffdale
Sleep Score: 87.1

Bluffdale, UT

Population 14,699
Insufficient Sleep 300
Median Income 105,391
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 160
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 90
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 120
Unempolyment 31

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South Weber, Utah
South Weber
Sleep Score: 87

South Weber, UT

Population 7,518
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 95,000
Mentally unhealthy days 3.3
Obesity 260
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 110
Unempolyment 31

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Kaysville, Utah
Kaysville
Sleep Score: 86.8

Kaysville, UT

Population 32,095
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 91,334
Mentally unhealthy days 3.3
Obesity 260
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 110
Unempolyment 31

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South Jordan, Utah
South Jorda.
Sleep Score: 86.8

South Jordan, UT

Population 74,149
Insufficient Sleep 300
Median Income 99,856
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 160
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 90
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 120
Unempolyment 31

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Syracuse, Utah
Syracuse
Sleep Score: 86.77

Syracuse, UT

Population 30,400
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 90,778
Mentally unhealthy days 3.3
Obesity 260
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 110
Unempolyment 31

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Saratoga Springs, Utah
Saratoga Sp.
Sleep Score: 86.75

Saratoga Springs, UT

Population 31,393
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 88,804
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.2
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.2
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.7
Food insecurity 130
Unempolyment 29

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West Bountiful, Utah
West Bounti.
Sleep Score: 86.63

West Bountiful, UT

Population 5,731
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 88,125
Mentally unhealthy days 3.3
Obesity 260
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 110
Unempolyment 31

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Lehi, Utah
Lehi
Sleep Score: 86.59

Lehi, UT

Population 66,037
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 85,794
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.2
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.2
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.7
Food insecurity 130
Unempolyment 29

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Herriman, Utah
Herriman
Sleep Score: 86.54

Herriman, UT

Population 44,877
Insufficient Sleep 300
Median Income 94,837
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 160
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 90
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 120
Unempolyment 31

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Salem, Utah
Salem
Sleep Score: 86.49

Salem, UT

Population 8,469
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 83,833
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.2
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.2
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.7
Food insecurity 130
Unempolyment 29

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Centerville, Utah
Centerville
Sleep Score: 86.43

Centerville, UT

Population 17,700
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 84,436
Mentally unhealthy days 3.3
Obesity 260
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 110
Unempolyment 31

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Midway, Utah
Midway
Sleep Score: 86.39

Midway, UT

Population 5,257
Insufficient Sleep 280
Median Income 78,576
Mentally unhealthy days 3.2
Obesity 220
oor physical health days 3.2
Drinking 150
Physical inactivity 3.2
Smoking 90
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.17
Food insecurity 120
Unempolyment 33

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Riverton, Utah
Riverton
Sleep Score: 86.39

Riverton, UT

Population 44,419
Insufficient Sleep 300
Median Income 92,154
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 160
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 90
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 120
Unempolyment 31

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Lindon, Utah
Lindon
Sleep Score: 86.38

Lindon, UT

Population 10,970
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 81,789
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.2
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.2
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.7
Food insecurity 130
Unempolyment 29

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West Point, Utah
West Point
Sleep Score: 86.29

West Point, UT

Population 10,753
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 81,750
Mentally unhealthy days 3.3
Obesity 260
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 110
Unempolyment 31

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Santa Clara, Utah
Santa Clara
Sleep Score: 86.28

Santa Clara, UT

Population 7,871
Insufficient Sleep 300
Median Income 84,457
Mentally unhealthy days 3.7
Obesity 240
oor physical health days 3.4
Drinking 110
Physical inactivity 3.4
Smoking 80
Air pollution (PM2.5) 1.75
Food insecurity 140
Unempolyment 35

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Vineyard, Utah
Vineyard
Sleep Score: 86.26

Vineyard, UT

Population 10,052
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 79,543
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.2
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.2
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.7
Food insecurity 130
Unempolyment 29

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Nibley, Utah
Nibley
Sleep Score: 86.17

Nibley, UT

Population 7,087
Insufficient Sleep 280
Median Income 80,125
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 260
oor physical health days 3.4
Drinking 120
Physical inactivity 3.4
Smoking 80
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.52
Food insecurity 150
Unempolyment 28

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Sandy, Utah
Sandy
Sleep Score: 86.12

Sandy, UT

Population 96,901
Insufficient Sleep 300
Median Income 87,012
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 160
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 90
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 120
Unempolyment 31

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Cottonwood Heights, Utah
Cottonwood .
Sleep Score: 86.07

Cottonwood Heights, UT

Population 34,117
Insufficient Sleep 300
Median Income 86,207
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 160
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 90
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 120
Unempolyment 31

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North Salt Lake, Utah
North Salt .
Sleep Score: 86.03

North Salt Lake, UT

Population 20,850
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 77,011
Mentally unhealthy days 3.3
Obesity 260
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 110
Unempolyment 31

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Woods Cross, Utah
Woods Cross
Sleep Score: 86.03

Woods Cross, UT

Population 11,328
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 76,843
Mentally unhealthy days 3.3
Obesity 260
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 110
Unempolyment 31

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Eagle Mountain, Utah
Eagle Mount.
Sleep Score: 86.01

Eagle Mountain, UT

Population 35,616
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 74,885
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.2
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.2
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.7
Food insecurity 130
Unempolyment 29

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Clinton, Utah
Clinton
Sleep Score: 86

Clinton, UT

Population 22,315
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 76,378
Mentally unhealthy days 3.3
Obesity 260
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 110
Unempolyment 31

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Holladay, Utah
Holladay
Sleep Score: 85.82

Holladay, UT

Population 30,697
Insufficient Sleep 300
Median Income 81,409
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 160
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 90
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 120
Unempolyment 31

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Heber, Utah
Heber
Sleep Score: 85.79

Heber, UT

Population 16,400
Insufficient Sleep 280
Median Income 67,265
Mentally unhealthy days 3.2
Obesity 220
oor physical health days 3.2
Drinking 150
Physical inactivity 3.2
Smoking 90
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.17
Food insecurity 120
Unempolyment 33

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Providence, Utah
Providence
Sleep Score: 85.79

Providence, UT

Population 7,595
Insufficient Sleep 280
Median Income 73,056
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 260
oor physical health days 3.4
Drinking 120
Physical inactivity 3.4
Smoking 80
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.52
Food insecurity 150
Unempolyment 28

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Spanish Fork, Utah
Spanish For.
Sleep Score: 85.79

Spanish Fork, UT

Population 39,961
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 70,780
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.2
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.2
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.7
Food insecurity 130
Unempolyment 29

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American Fork, Utah
American Fo.
Sleep Score: 85.79

American Fork, UT

Population 32,519
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 70,926
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.2
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.2
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.7
Food insecurity 130
Unempolyment 29

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Hooper, Utah
Hooper
Sleep Score: 85.78

Hooper, UT

Population 8,938
Insufficient Sleep 310
Median Income 96,620
Mentally unhealthy days 3.9
Obesity 310
oor physical health days 3.8
Drinking 150
Physical inactivity 3.8
Smoking 100
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.8
Food insecurity 120
Unempolyment 37

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Layton, Utah
Layton
Sleep Score: 85.76

Layton, UT

Population 77,303
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 71,883
Mentally unhealthy days 3.3
Obesity 260
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 110
Unempolyment 31

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Bountiful, Utah
Bountiful
Sleep Score: 85.64

Bountiful, UT

Population 44,098
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 69,611
Mentally unhealthy days 3.3
Obesity 260
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 110
Unempolyment 31

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North Logan, Utah
North Logan
Sleep Score: 85.63

North Logan, UT

Population 11,176
Insufficient Sleep 280
Median Income 70,139
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 260
oor physical health days 3.4
Drinking 120
Physical inactivity 3.4
Smoking 80
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.52
Food insecurity 150
Unempolyment 28

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Perry, Utah
Perry
Sleep Score: 85.59

Perry, UT

Population 5,094
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 85,517
Mentally unhealthy days 3.7
Obesity 320
oor physical health days 3.4
Drinking 110
Physical inactivity 3.4
Smoking 90
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.56
Food insecurity 130
Unempolyment 33

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Pleasant Grove, Utah
Pleasant Gr.
Sleep Score: 85.58

Pleasant Grove, UT

Population 38,428
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 66,881
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.2
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.2
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.7
Food insecurity 130
Unempolyment 29

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Pleasant View, Utah
Pleasant Vi.
Sleep Score: 85.46

Pleasant View, UT

Population 10,734
Insufficient Sleep 310
Median Income 90,802
Mentally unhealthy days 3.9
Obesity 310
oor physical health days 3.8
Drinking 150
Physical inactivity 3.8
Smoking 100
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.8
Food insecurity 120
Unempolyment 37

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Farr West, Utah
Farr West
Sleep Score: 85.43

Farr West, UT

Population 7,206
Insufficient Sleep 310
Median Income 90,217
Mentally unhealthy days 3.9
Obesity 310
oor physical health days 3.8
Drinking 150
Physical inactivity 3.8
Smoking 100
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.8
Food insecurity 120
Unempolyment 37

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Springville, Utah
Springville
Sleep Score: 85.41

Springville, UT

Population 33,104
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 63,724
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.2
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.2
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.7
Food insecurity 130
Unempolyment 29

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West Jordan, Utah
West Jordan
Sleep Score: 85.32

West Jordan, UT

Population 116,046
Insufficient Sleep 300
Median Income 72,083
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.3
Drinking 160
Physical inactivity 3.3
Smoking 90
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.94
Food insecurity 120
Unempolyment 31

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Payson, Utah
Payson
Sleep Score: 85.27

Payson, UT

Population 19,826
Insufficient Sleep 290
Median Income 61,098
Mentally unhealthy days 3.6
Obesity 250
oor physical health days 3.2
Drinking 100
Physical inactivity 3.2
Smoking 70
Air pollution (PM2.5) 2.7
Food insecurity 130
Unempolyment 29

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Didn’t Find Your City in the Top 50?

Don’t worry! We ranked all of the best cities for sleep in your state, so scroll down to see where your city landed. And remember — there’s always next year!

RankCityPopulationMedian IncomeInsufficient sleepMentally unhealthy daysObesityPoor physical health daysDrinkingPhysical inactivitySmokingAir pollution (PM2.5)Sleep Score
51Smithfield11811625962803.62603.4120130802.5285.23
52Plain City7120852903103.93103.81501901002.885.17
53Orem97521580772903.62503.2100140702.785.11
54Hyrum8403594532803.62603.4120130802.5285.06
55Sunset5341568642903.32603.3100160702.9484.96
56Stansbury Park9446881333403.93203.71402001202.3884.95
57Santaquin12274697122903.63003.7120180110284.9
58Ivins8913576863003.72403.4110170801.7584.85
59North Ogden20009789263103.93103.81501901002.884.83
60Washington27686566973003.72403.4110170801.7584.8
61Millcreek61270618883003.62503.3160160902.9484.77
62Clearfield31967520342903.32603.3100160702.9484.7
63Taylorsville60192599683003.62503.3160160902.9484.67
64West Valley City136401599543003.62503.3160160902.9484.67
65White City5270598713003.62503.3160160902.9484.66
66Kearns37194595433003.62503.3160160902.9484.65
67St. George87178540223003.72403.4110170801.7584.65
68Magna28257581373003.62503.3160160902.9484.57
69Murray49308576623003.62503.3160160902.9484.55
70West Haven15239736133103.93103.81501901002.884.54
71Hurricane18205499613003.72403.4110170801.7584.43
72Harrisville6696708493103.93103.81501901002.884.4
73Midvale33636544643003.62503.3160160902.9484.38
74Provo116702443122903.62503.2100140702.784.37
75Salt Lake City200591540093003.62503.3160160902.9484.35
76Moab5322484483003.82103.71301601201.8984.31
77Roosevelt7070624083103.62903.51202101002.1784.31
78Enoch70395356929042503.91101901101.6884.29
79Nephi6111568662903.63003.7120180110284.21
80Roy38773663333103.93103.81501901002.884.16
81South Ogden17146630553103.93103.81501901002.883.98
82Logan51619384122803.62603.4120130802.5283.94
83Price8232453882903.52503.6130230110283.81
84Grantsville11568667263403.93203.71402001202.3883.81
85Tremonton8882513542903.73203.4110210902.5683.77
86Brigham City19404497602903.73203.4110210902.5683.68
87Cedar City330554221629042503.91101901101.6883.68
88South Salt Lake25365414573003.62503.3160160902.9483.68
89Riverdale8785554283103.93103.81501901002.883.57
90Washington Terrace9187530703103.93103.81501901002.883.45
91Tooele35251587703403.93203.71402001202.3883.38
92Ephraim7292396262903.629041101901101.8983.31
93Richfield7908422693003.73103.61102101001.7583.21
94Ogden87325433613103.93103.81501901002.882.93
95Vernal10370471503103.932041402201202.2882.88

How Did We Determine the Best Cities for Sleep?

Sleep is impacted by important behavioral, environmental, and lifestyle factors. We compiled our list of Best Cities for Sleep by looking at 10 key metrics backed by scientific research. Keep reading to find out which metrics we chose and how they affect slumber.

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