Salt Lake City is the most populous and capital city of Utah. It is a part of the Salt Lake City metropolitan area, which has a population of 1,686,703. The city spans a total area of 110.4 square miles. Water makes up 1.3 square miles of the total area.
The city has a population of 180,651 according to the 2007 census and a population density of 1,666.1 people per square mile. Salt Lake City health insurance and life insurance are dependent upon the demographics of the city. The city has a racial makeup of 79.20% Caucasian, 18.85% Hispanic/Latino, 3.62% Asian, 1.89% African American, 1.89% Pacific Islander, 1.34% Native American, and 8.52% other. The median household income was 31,511 and the median family income was $26,403.
The climate of the area affects Salem home insurance rates. Salem has a semi-arid steppe climate, which gives the city four distinct season. The summer and winter seasons are long; summers are hot and dry, while the winters are snowy and cold. The spring and fall seasons are a comfortable median between the extreme months.
Salem auto insurance relies on the availability and condition of roadways. I-15, I-80, and I-215 all serve the city. Along with the interstates, U.S. Route 89 runs through the city. The Legacy Parkway was opened in September 2008 and runs north from I-215.