Honeyville is a small farming community located in northern Utah near the Idaho border.
It was established in 1863 by Mormon settlers. Most of the original settlers were farmers who raised
sugar beets, potatoes, cattle, horses and sheep. There are still farmers in the community today but the
majority of the population is now made up of many other professions. Many enjoy working outside the area
but still living in a smaller community like Honeyville. Even as the city continues to grow, it still
maintains the small town feel and closeness with neighbors. Many residents move to Honeyville to enjoy
country life mainly, having horses and other farm animals. They enjoy getting together for the 4th of
July and Trunk or Treat each year and having a good time together. Honeyville is a small city that still
enjoys the country life.
Contact Honeyville City Hall
PO Box 142
Honeyville, UT 84314
Phone: 435-279-8425 or Fax: 435-279-8425
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