Beautiful Places to Live in Utah by Richard Uzelac

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Retiring and Looking to Move to Utah?

We definitely have our lists of the top states where it’s best to live, but I should be guessing right if Utah is one of your lists. I was able to pay a visit once last year here. And out of all the states that I have visited, this state is definitely one of my top lists. I’m from California, and yes California has so many beautiful places and magnificent shorelines, and many beautiful landmarks. There’s so much to do in these places. They’ve got the best trails. If you love hiking, this is such a great place for you to live. and for so many other things to do, as yet unmentioned.

Outdoor Activities

It is easy to find something to do in Utah County whether you are looking for hiking, cycling, mountain biking, fishing, hunting, or going to the lake; anything you want to do outdoors is at your disposal. The trails are excellent and there are unlimited trails, so if you’re only five minutes up the canyon, you can feel as if you’re far away from the city.

Very Practical for People without Cars

The public transportation infrastructure in Utah County allows you to get around without a problem. Public transportation isn’t as good as it is in NYC, but the communities are constantly working to improve it. It is the Utah Transit Authority’s website that details the public transportation options from Provo to Salt Lake. The public transportation network allows you to quickly get around the entire valley without the need to drive.

Country, Rocky Mountains, Backlands but Metropolitan Living Underneath

While North Utah County is located away from the hustle and bustle of the modern city, Salt Lake City, perhaps it is still near all the major metro areas. There are many amenities and services available to retirees, such as world-renowned healthcare systems and universities. And, of course, there are 114 golf courses to choose from, and the stunning Wasatch Mountains provide endless opportunities for hiking, skiing, and other outdoor activities.

Besides, It's Lower Cost of Living

 

Even with evidently high standards of living, you are guaranteed a lower cost of living compared to any other state in the country

Almost Safe Place: Low Crime Rate

You’re probably wondering if Utah County is really as safe as all of its residents claim. With a low crime rate and an improved public education system, it’s hard to argue with the facts. One of the significant advantages of living in Utah County is that it has a low crime rate. In terms of crime rate, Utah consistently ranks at the bottom of the US States, with most of the crime coming from the larger metropolises.




Top Places to Live in Utah by Richard Uzelac

If you’re looking for a laid back vibe and lifestyle that appeals for retirees and to everyone and at the same time feel the atmosphere of being close to major cities, then you can come over and live in Utah. Well, A good place is a very subjective matter, what you might call a good place to live is not good for another one. but you can take a look and factor out which one works for you. Here is my list.

 

Salt Lake City has poorly been rated out among the 150 metropolitans by U.S. News and World Report in 2022 however its county, Salt Lake County, is ranked as the number 2 out of 24 counties for the most diverse counties in Utah according to the US national census report. Salt Lake County’s population is 1 146 215. It has the best rocky mountains in the country. There are beautiful lakes and one of them is the Great Salt Lake and there are so many outdoor activities that you can enjoy like hiking, visiting the zoo or museums and so much more!



There are 126,336 people living in Cache County, which is located in Utah. It has been consistently ranked among the best places to live in Utah. Almost all Cache County residents own their homes. There are many parks in Cache County, and residents tend to be conservative. Cache County’s public schools are highly rated among the best in the country. Many families and young professionals live in Cache County. The cost of living is also low, so people who are on a fixed income can afford it. The best towns in this county are North Logan, River Heights and Providence.



Tooele is a town in Utah with a population of 35,313. Tooele is in Tooele County. Living in Tooele offers residents a sparse suburban feel, and most residents own their homes. In Tooele, there are a lot of parks. Many families and young professionals live in Tooele, and residents tend to be conservative. If you wanna get away from the hustle and bustle of modern city and enjoy scenic views this is the perfect place for you. You can enjoy lots of things like go camping at the Settlement Canyon or have fun with your family at the Skyline Nature Park. Enjoy historical houses like the Benson Grist Mill




Among the top places that you can live in Utah County are Highland, Cedar Hills and Alpine. Highland is a suburb of Salt Lake City with a population of 19,012. The city of Highland has a population of 19,012 people and is located in Utah County. Highland is one of the best places to live in Utah because of its proximity to Salt Lake City. Cedar Hills is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream – skiing, biking, hiking, etc,. It’s a great place for someone who values family and education, and the cost of living here is affordable even just 25 minutes away from Salt Lake City. Alpine city has only 10,430 residents, which is considered a very small town. However, it’s no secret that retirees have flocked to this town over the years because of its many attractions and rural vibe. Among its attractions are Creekside Park, Loveland Living Planet Aquarium, Timpanogos Cave National Monument, Hogle Zoo



Info from census dot gov

 

 Geography

Salt Lake County, Utah

Cache County, Utah

Tooele city, Utah

Weber County, Utah

Utah County, Utah

 

Population per square mile, 2020

1,597.2

114.3

1,480.6

455.0

329.0

 

Income & Poverty

     

Median household income (in 2021 dollars), 2017-2021

$82,206

$65,670

$76,618

$74,345

$82,893



Richard Uzelac, CEO and Founder of Realty Tech Inc - Provider of most beautiful Real Estate Websites, IDX and Real Estate Leads since 2002 and GoMarketing (Professional Online Marketing Programs)

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