Brigham City is a city in Box Elder County, Utah , United States. Brigham City is known for its peaches and holds an annual celebration called Peach Days on the weekend after Labor Day. Much of Main Street is closed off to cars, and the festival is celebrated by a parade, a car show, a carnival, and other activities.
The Intermountain Indian School (1950–1984) was a Native American boarding school in Brigham City , Utah .
The chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime in Brigham City is 1 in 52. Based on FBI crime data, Brigham City is not one of the safest communities in America. Relative to Utah , Brigham City has a crime rate that is higher than 75% of the state’s cities and towns of all sizes.
Brigham City is located at the convergence of multiple transportation routes and modes. Brigham City is the planned northern terminus of the FrontRunner commuter rail project which will provide commuter rail service from Brigham City to Salt Lake City , and eventually to Utah County.
Big Bad Friend: Wes’s friend Terry is the Serial Killer . Police Are Useless: Subverted with Clayton . At first he tries his best to ignore the fact that his town has a murderer, but when another person dies he orders a large manhunt to search all the houses in Brigham City.
Box Elder County
Brigham Young University built the famous “Y” in 1906. According to byucougars.com, university officials commissioned surveyors to put all three letters , “BYU,” on the mountain , starting with the “Y” to make sure it was centered.
On the side of the mountain just above Pleasant Grove High School stands the Pleasant Grove G. The original G was built May 10, 1920 when nearly 100 senior boys from the newly constructed Pleasant Grove High School wanted to express their pride in their community and school.
In early 1906, when the junior class of Brigham Young High School (BYHS) wanted to paint ’07 on the side of the mountain , the BYHS senior class became upset. To settle this conflict, BYU President George H. Brimhall and BYHS Principal Edwin S. Hinckley proposed that they paint the letters BYU on the mountain instead.