Vineyard City

  • 240 East Gammon Road
  • Vineyard, UT 84058
  • (801) 226-1929
Vineyard was named by John Gilies who planted the first grapevines in the area. Vineyard is a small close-knit community located next to Utah Lake in western Utah County, seven miles northwest of Provo. The town consists mostly of farmland because a majority of its residents are dairy farmers. Vineyard was the location of Geneva Steel which was once the only steel mill west of the Mississippi. The Geneva Steel Plant was the largest and most significant of several defense-related industries in Utah during World War II. The plant opened in 1944, but operated for only two years as a U.S. government facility. After more than forty years of operation, the plant was shut down in early 1987. Vineyard has kept a steady population total during the last decade, hovering at about 150 residents. According to a city recorder, the city's population is dominated by two or three families. For example, the Holdaways alone account for about 20 households in the town. (Information courtesy UVEDA,

Food Trucks at The Forge

  • August 21, 2018 - September 25, 2018
  • The Forge of Geneva
  • Phone: (801) 518-3361

We are hosting a food truck round on Tuesday at 5:30 right next to the geneva megaplex. come and see us!

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Forge Food Trucks

  • August 21, 2018 - August 31, 2018
  • Venue: Vineyard City
  • Phone: (801) 518-3361

Forge Food Trucks is hosting food trucks every Tuesday and Friday from 5 - 8:30. We have picnic tables with umbrellas and corn hole for fun. Come and relax while dinner is prepared for you by our... Read More