Geneva is a populated place located in Utah County, in Utah State, in the United States of America. It is not to be confused with the Geneva Addition Populated Place, located in Salt Lake County. A populated place is a city, town, village, etc. that is not municipally involved and doesn't have legitimate legal borders. Populated places are usually referred to by their geographical coordinates. Geneva's coordinates are latitude 40.282 and longitude -111.732. Geneva is very close to the very well known Salt Lake-the lake in the United States known mainly for being composed of salt water (like ocean water) instead of fresh water as (most lakes are). Geneva and its surrounding county are located in the Mountain Time zone, but they do observe daylight savings time. The land in this area is composed of salt flats and mountainous areas with many valleys.
Some cities close to Geneva include Vineyard, Bunker, and Snow. The fact that it is difficult to obtain information about Geneva such as the Geneva, Utah yellow pages or Geneva, Utah business directory, suggests that it is not a very well-known or populated area. There is little to say for the history of this area. Utah County only houses a few historical buildings. Religion, however, is quite rich in this area. Utah County is home to roughly 200+ churches-about twenty times more churches than hospitals, of which there are only nine in the entire county! This suggests that Geneva and surrounding areas are very ethically driven and very spiritual.
Written by Lyndsey Morgan