Utah is often referred to as paradise by outdoor sports enthusiasts. It’s no wonder! Utah is known for ski resorts, national parks and recreational areas.
The diversity of Utah living attracts many people each year, some to visit, others to settle. Many visitors to Utah are taken with the landscape or recreational opportunities that they purchase time shares in nearby resorts or ski condos for seasonal use, returning to Utah as often as possible.
Want an urban lifestyle? Downtown Salt Lake City offers it all.
Not only is Utah a great place to visit, it’s a family friendly place to live. The state’s job growth rate consistently outpaces the national average. Our unemployment is a couple percent lower than the national average. Utah has plenty of great business resources including active chambers of commerce in almost every community, the World Trade Center Utah for those interested in international trade and many government organizations designed to stimulate Utah’s economy.
Provo, Utah has been rated as one of the top places in the nation to live with children.
“Between the Wasatch Mountain Range and Utah Lake in the heart of Utah Valley, Provo is a pleasant college town with a strong family influence. A cost of living that’s below the national average combined with a low crime rate and great recreational opportunities make it a compelling choice for families.
Like Salt Lake City, Utah, the economy in the Provo /Orem area is one of the strongest in the country. Utah residents not only have great job potential and safe neighborhoods, they also enjoy a four-season climate, moderate cost of living and high-quality education. The health care in Utah is commendable with a major medical research center in the University of Utah Health Sciences Center and University of Utah Hospital. Primary Children’s Medical Center is world renowned for its treatment of children.
While Utah cities boast a wealth of recreational opportunities for tourists, they are consistently providing for their own with family friendly hiking trails, fishing lakes, streams and mountain biking trails.
Even those who don’t pursue extreme sports find pleasure in Utah’s cultural environment. Museums and festivals reign throughout the state. The strong economy, moderate cost of living, cultural and recreational opportunities continue to draw people to seek out the lifestyle that is Utah.