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Encompassing a population of approximately 37,853 residents, the City of Roy stands as a vibrant and thriving community. The median age of 30.5 reflects the city's youthful energy, largely attributed to the abundance of families with young children. The value placed on family is evident, with a significant majority of residents embracing the commitment of marriage. The community is predominantly comprised of White individuals who primarily communicate in English.
However, Roy also celebrates its diverse heritage, with around 15% of the population identifying as Hispanic or Latino. This rich blend of cultures and backgrounds adds a vibrant and inclusive dimension to the City of Roy, making it a welcoming and harmonious place to call home. Religion holds a significant place in the community of Roy, mirroring the broader trends in Utah. Around 78% of the population actively participates in organized religious activities. Of the residents, over 60% are affiliated with the Mormon Church, while the rest predominantly follow various Christian denominations. While the presence of Jewish, Muslim, and Hindu communities in Roy is limited, neighboring Ogden serves as a hub with its Synagogues and Mosques, catering to the needs of these religious groups within the vicinity.
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