Poplar Grove is one of the smallest neighborhoods in Salt Lake City proper, located just west of I-15 and often confused with its neighbors Glendale and Rose Park. Most homes were built between the 1930s and 1950s and are sought after by families wanting to reside in a diverse community at a low cost.
The Historic Fisher Mansion and the Chapman Branch of the SLC Public Library make their home in Poplar Grove, adding a sense of history and structure to the neighborhood. Residents enjoy numerous recreational activities along the Jordan River year round and the new 9 Line trail, modeled after New York City’s High Line, is a development along 900 South that features both a bicycle path and walkway . The new linear park and urban trail will connect the east and west neighborhoods, highlighting the strengths of the community as a whole.