We Buy Houses Cash in Alpine
We Buy Houses Cash in Alpine, Utah County
Alpine is a city in Utah County, Utah, United States. The population was 9,555 at the 2010 census. Alpine has been one of the many quickly-growing cities of Utah since the 1970s, and especially the 1990s. It is located on the slopes of the Wasatch Range north of Highland and American Fork. The west side of the city runs above the Wasatch Fault.
The phenomenal growth starting to take place in Alpine during the early 1970’S was of great concern to the city fathers and planning commission. In order to give the residents an opportunity to better participate in the development of the city, a questionnaire was circulated by the planning commission among the citizens, during October of 1974, asking for ideas on improving the city. A summary of the results of the questionnaire presented to the people in April 1975, was:
There were 313 people who filled out the questionnaire. That is approximately one?third of the Alpine public who were invited to participate. That is not as many respondents as we had hoped for but we think it is enough to give us a very good idea how Alpiners feel about their town. The most prevalent opinion expressed in the questionnaire was a positive evaluation of our location (85% felt that we live in a beautiful place) and a desire to see Alpine maintain its natural beauty and rural atmosphere (93%). There were 50% who expressed the wish that Alpine could maintain its farmland as it is now. And there was an additional 36% who would like to see enough farmland retained to maintain a rural atmosphere. Only two people checked the option that we should make no effort to retain the farmland. Alpiners feel that we should improve and beautify our city.
Parke and Recreation
Alpine is home to many neighborhood parks, sports complexes, special use parks, community parks, greenways and natural resource areas.
Alpine City takes great pride in its incredible parks and open spaces. The City encourages public use and we hope all participants will help preserve and protect these wonderful amenities. Planned events are often held in Alpine City and may be considered a mass gathering. A mass gathering is defined as an event held on the public or private property, with or without charge, profit or non-profit, and which creates significant impacts to the public. Activities including Fairs/Festivals, Races, Parades, and Concerts are considered mass gathering events. Additional criteria, such as the substantial use of City Parks or Buildings, is used to determine if an event is a mass gathering.
Despite being a fairly small town geographically, Alpine is home to four schools. Three of the schools are a part of the Alpine School District, while the fourth, Mountainville Academy, is a charter school for grades K-9. Alpine Elementary and Westfield Elementary are Alpine District Schools for grades K-6. Both of the Alpine District elementary schools feed into Timberline Middle School, a 7-9 grade school.