Herriman was established in 1851 by Henry Harriman, Thomas Jefferson Butterfield, John Jay Stocking, and Robert Cowan Petty. A fort was established where the community garden is today. The only remnants of Fort Herriman are the two black locust trees that stand where the entrance to the fort once was. The Fort was abandoned in 1857 as the Johnston Army came West.
Herriman is a diverse and wonderful city today, with some of the best access to the outdoors that Utah offers! Use our Herriman Utah Real Estate Guide to help you find your home in Herriman!
With all of the incredible outdoors offered nearby, its no surprise Herriman is one of the fastest growing cities in the state. However, even if you aren’t an adrenaline junky looking to ski deep powder or a mountain biker looking for some fast trails, Herriman has a lot to offer! Our Herriman Utah Real Estate Guide is just what you are looking for for life in the Herriman area.
Herriman has two high schools, Herriman High School and Mountain Ridge High School which opened in the 2019–2020 school year. Herriman also is home to Fort Herriman Middle School and Copper Mountain Middle School. Elementary schools include Herriman, Butterfield Canyon, Silvercrest, Blackridge, Bastian, and Ridge View, which also opened in the 2019–2020 school year. All the public schools in Herriman are run by the Jordan School District.
Herriman also is home to five charter schools: Providence Hall High School, Providence Hall Junior High School, Providence Hall Elementary School, and Athlos Academy. Another, Advantage Arts Academy, was recently opened on 11800 S. Use our Herriman Utah Real Estate Guide to help you find your new home in Herriman!
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