Rose Park is a neighborhood in Salt Lake City, Utah with a population of 13,377. Rose Park is in Salt Lake County. Living in Rose Park offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Rose Park there are a lot of parks. Many families live in Rose Park and residents tend to lean liberal. The public schools in Rose Park are above average.
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Rose Park Reviews
I have lived all over Salt Lake City (Sugar House, Downtown, South Salt Lake, West Valley, and Rose Park) and here is what makes Rose Park awesome: (1) It is very quiet, (2) Housing is affordable, (3) Great diversity, (4) Proximity to downtown, (5) Great Mexican food, and (6) Proximity to the airport. Not a perfect area as there is some minor property crime (just lock your cars people), but the area is trending in the right direction and the value for how close it is to downtown is almost too good to be true!
Peaceful place. People think its ghetto but its no where near ghetto. Not too busy, quiet place. Nice parks, clean, and very close to places to eat. In the middle of Bountiful to the north and Taylorsville to the south. Very convenient place to live
I have grown up in this neighborhood and have started raising my family here. I love the neighborhood but lately it has been getting worse with gangs, drugs and homelessness.