POPULATION OF WASHINGTON COUNTY UTAH
BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS, 1890 - 1940

Minor Civil Divisions 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940
WASHINGTON COUNTY (1) 4009 4612 5123 6764 7420 9269
Central Precinct (2)     110 121 74 70
Enterprise Precinct 41 100 350 608 548 677
Gunlock Precinct 92 100 112 115 139 105
Harmony Precinct 102 119 105 157 169 197
Hurricane Precinct (3)     366 1021 1209 1524
Hurricane town       (1021) (1197) (1524)
Ivins Precinct (4)             83
LaVerkin Precinct (3)      120 173 236 356
Leeds Precinct 223 248 148 211 220 268
Pine Valley Precinct 253 251 118 58 49 33
Rockville Precinct 194 214 189 208 251 307
St. George Precinct 1377 1600 1769 2271 2499 3683
St. George City (5) (1600) (1737) (2215) (2434) (3591)
Santa Clara Precinct 202 358 293 305 378 367
Santa Clara Town       (305) (349) (283)
Springdale Precinct 73 144 186 204 351 454
Toquerville Precinct 260 307 314 375 339 323
Toquerville Town       (331) (282) (263)
Veyo Precinct       79 167 114
Virgin Precinct 213 269 136 212 202 154
Washington Precinct 315 529 465 464 490 554
Washington Town   (529) (424) (464) (435) (507)

Source: U.S. Census of Population

  1. County totals include population (63 in 1890; 75 in 1900; 50 in 1910; 48 in 1920; and 10 in 1930) of Bloomington percinct, annexed to St. George in 1930; population (104 in 1890; 98 in 1900; 106 in 1910; 46 in 1920; and 23 in 1930) of Grafton percinct annexed to Rockville in 1934; population (79 in 1890; and 100 in 1900) of Hebron precinct, annexed to Enterprise precinct since 1900; population (108 in 1890; 100 in 1900; 89 in 1910; 20 in 1920; and 7 in 1930) of Pinto precinct annexed to Enterprise in 1934; population (310 in 1890) of Bellevue, Duncan Retreat, Shunesburg, and Silver Reef precincts; population (97 in 1910; and 68 in 1920) of Shivwit Indian Reservation; and population (59 in 1930) of Motoqua precinct, annexed to St. George in 1934.
  2. Central precinct organized from part of Pine Valley in 1909.
  3. LaVerkin and Hurricane precincts organized from part of Toquerville precinct in 1903 and 1907, respectively.
  4. Ivins precinct organized from part of St. George and Santa Clara in 1934.
  5. Classified as Urban in 1940.

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