In their yearly "Best Places to Live" rankings, Money Magazine ranked Draper as the 18th best small city.

According to the article, Money looked at U.S. cities with between 10,000 and 50,000 people and narrowed them down to the top 50 based on things like income, education, economy, diversity, health, housing, culture and jobs.

When it came to the final rankings, they even "consider(ed) intangibles like community spirit," the article said.

Money cited Draper's mountain setting as part of its draw, along with UTA's TRAX system and an emerging tech community.

But Draper wasn't the only Utah city to be featured in the article. Springville came in at No. 36 and Heber at No. 44.

For more on why these Utah cities are some of America's "Best Places to Live," read Money Magazine's full article.