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Hurricane is a city in Washington County, Utah. Hurricane is a suburban community located along Utah State Route 59 and Utah State Route 9.
Hurricane has excellent municipal services with its own departments of Justice Court, Police, Fire & Ambulance, Planning and Zoning, building, public works, recreation.
The most notable recreational area in Hurricane the Sky Mountain Golf Course, a municipal owned public 18-hole golf course with driving range and pro shop. It is one of the most scenic golf courses anywhere in the world. Additionally, its 6,312 yard par 72 is much more challenging than the yardage would indicate.
Hurricane Airport is known as General Dick Stout Field, a general aviation airport that offers scenic tours over Hurricane and surrounding areas such as Zion National Park.
Hurricane is served by Washington County School District and is home to Hurricane High School, Hurricane Middle School (grades 8-9), an intermediate school Hurricane Intermediate School (grades 6-7), Hurricane Elementary School and Three Falls Elementary School.
According to the United States Census Bureau of 2000, Hurricane has a population of more than 1,900 people. The city has a total area 31.5 square miles(0.4 sq. miles water) with a population density of over 200 people per square mile. It is located at high altitudes of over 3,000 feet above sea level.
The racial demographics of Hurricane are predominately white, accounting for about 96% of the population.
Hurricane has more than 2,700 households. The median income for a household in the city is $32,865, and the median family income is $36,955.