Payson, Arizona Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you are interested in knowing the population and steets of Payson City, Utah, then you have come to the right place. With our Crime Map, you can see what kind of crimes are most common in different parts of Payson City. The Crime Map compares crime rates of cities of comparable size to Payson. Payson's crime rate is lower than the national average and is well below the state average.

In 1859, Payson established its first nail factory in the state. Many older homes still feature Payson nails. According to the 1860 census, most residents of Payson were farmers. The census also lists a blacksmith, miller, hopper, tanner, distiller, merchant, gunsmith, and farmer. During this period, six carpenters and a shingle maker lived in Payson.

The Payson area was the setting for several movies, including the popular western 'Footloose' and 'Waiting for Mr. Right'. During Prohibition, Payson was a major bootlegging destination, and a street named Bootleg Alley is still named for it. In addition, the historic Main Street of Payson is home to the annual Scottish Festival.

Among the other factors to consider when choosing a city to live in, the poverty rate should be considered. The lower the number, the better, as a lower percentage means a more prosperous society. Payson's poverty rate is 11.0%, and neighboring cities like Hinckley and Magna have lower poverty rates. In Utah, the poverty rate is 9.15%. You should take this into account when choosing a neighborhood.