First called Box Elder when settled in 1851 because of the many Box Elder trees, it was later named after Brigham Young. Read more Brigham City history.
Most Famous For: Golden Spike National Historic Site of transcontinental railroad era; Peach Days harvest celebration every September since 1904; home of Thiokol Inc. space shuttle rocket booster plant; and the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge.
Visitor Information: Chamber of Commerce, 6 N. Main, 435-723-3931
City Parks: 10 parks
Churches: Most major denominations
Medical Services: Brigham City Community Hospital 950 S. 500 W. 435-734-9471
Auto Services: 8 gas stations, 16 auto repair
Bus Station: Greyhound Bus Service 888 S. Main 435-734-9497