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West Valley City, Utah

Just southwest of Salt Lake City, UT is the rapidly growing West Valley City. Originally made up of four separate, unincorporated communities, these merged together in 1980 to form the community of 130,000 people we know today. I-215 runs through the city’s eastern border, giving easy access to Salt Lake City.

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What’s life like here?

Houses and Condos are plentiful in this largely suburban town with an urban core and range in price between $70-270,000. This is a safe suburb in one of America’s safest metropolitan areas. People that live here often work in Salt Lake City, though there are plenty of jobs in West Valley City with the largest employers including Discover, UPS, and Verizon.

Children here go to schools in the Granite School District, one of Utah’s finest. They can also attend several distinguished private schools. If you are looking for higher education, the University of Utah is in Salt Lake City.

The city takes care of trash pickup, and regional cooperatives are in charge of providing water to residents. There are a couple of notable hospitals, and many churches for people seeking spiritual support. The city also has many beautiful parks, from City Park just west of downtown, to Centennial Park that has many amenities, including basketball courts, a large pavilion, a large swimming complex, and a jogging trail that is over a mile long.

What is there to do in the area?

The Salt Lake City area has a lot to offer its residents. Sports fans will love the Maverik Center, which is the home ice for the Utah Grizzlies, a prominent, minor-league hockey team. There are some outstanding golf courses in the area, and shoppers will love going to Valley Fair Mall, the Gateway District in Salt Lake City, and the city’s many excellent specialty shops.

Salt Lake City itself also has a lot to offer, from the Hogle Zoo on the towns east side, to the Utah museum of Fine Arts on the university campus, the Leonardo museum which houses science and technology exhibits, and in Temple Square id the Church History Museum, which showcases the history of the Mormon church, which is of course quite prominent in the area.

People that love outdoor activities will love this area. With the Wasatch Mountains just east of the city, and the Salt Lake Desert to the south and west, there are ample opportunities for skiing in the winter, hiking and horseback riding in the warmer months and magnificent scenery year-round. If you ever want to leave the area for a vacation, the Salt Lake City International Airport offers flights to destinations world-wide.


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