Utah's most "walkable city" is South Salt Lake, but most residents in Utah are dependent on wheeled transportation to get around.
WalkScore.com ranks a city's "walkability" on a score of 1-100. The higher the score, the more "walkable" a city.
South Salt Lake has the highest score at 63, which makes it "somewhat walkable." Midvale, Salt Lake City and Millcreek are the only other cities above a 50 score. Every other city is rated as "car dependent." The "least walkable" cities are Saratoga Springs, Eagle Mountain and Herriman. In fact, Saratoga Springs scores a paltry 9 out of 100.
Individual city rankings feature a "walkability map."
WalkScore figures their rankings based on walking distance to nearby amenities, as well as population density and number of roads.
You can see the full Utah list here.