History of Anchorage, Utah
Taken from the Utah Place Names. (Links Added)

ANCHORAGE

Anchorage (Davis) is a community developed between Syracuse on the west and Laytona on the east, one mile south of Clearfield. It was built during World War II for employees of the Clearfield Naval Depot. One might surmise a naval origin in this community name.

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