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A Brief History of Daybreak

The first known inhabitants of the Daybreak area were nomadic hunter-gatherers in the Desert Archaic Culture. The Fremont people settled into villages to grow corn and squash from 400 AD to 1350 AD, but they left as the climate cooled and dried and ancestors of the Ute, Paiute, and Shoshone peoples arrived on the scene.

No permanent Native American settlements remained in the Salt Lake Valley when the Mormon pioneers reached it in 1847. The first settler in the area was Alexander Beckstead, a Canadian blacksmith who helped dig the first ditch to divert water from the Jordan River to power a flour mill. His family lived in a dugout cut into the bluffs above the river.

Cities like West Jordan, South Jordan, and Herriman grew up in the area, but it wasn’t until 2005 that the community of Daybreak came under construction. When completed over the next couple of decades, it is expected to contain more than twenty thousand residential units.

Holt Dental Care Near Daybreak

We love serving the people of Daybreak and helping them achieve their dental health goals. Whether that means regular dental exams and professional cleanings, emergency dental treatment, something more advanced like dental implants, or even cosmetic treatments to give your smile a pearly white gleam, we look forward to being your partners in lifelong dental health. Check this map if you need directions to our practice.

If you are unsure whether your situation is considered a dental emergency, do not hesitate to contact us anyway. We quickly diagnose and determine the gravity of the problem and treat you according to your emergency needs promptly. Sometimes life happens, and there are just times when dental care is immediately needed. In these times, an emergency dentist like Dr. Worrell is who you need to call.

See What Daybreak Has to Offer

Daybreak is a residential community, but it’s close to a lot of fun things to do and see, including the Up house just a couple of miles away in Herriman! Take the kids (they’ll also like the playgrounds in the area) and get some pictures of the adorable tribute to a wonderful Pixar film. You could even bring balloons and hold them so that they look like they’re coming out of the chimney in your pictures!

Another great place to visit near Daybreak is Red Door Escape Rooms. The puzzles are a ton of fun to solve with friends and family, and it’s also a great place to get engaged if both you and your significant other enjoy solving mysteries together.

Finally, if you want a delicious dessert to finish off your adventure, check out Brooker’s Founding Flavors, a Revolutionary War-themed ice cream shop with such whimsical flavor names as Benjamin Franklin’s Black Raspberry Republic If You Can Keep It and Patrick Henry’s Give Me Chocolate or Give Me Death. It’s a history lesson and a delicious treat! Just make sure to brush your teeth after all that sugar.