Moving to Utah?
If you love skiing/snowboarding, we have the greatest snow on earth. If you love Mother Nature, we have 5 national parks and 7 national monuments ready for exploration. Utah has a very diverse landscape with the mighty Rocky Mountains, Great Salt Lake, Coral Pink Sand Dunes, over 2,000 freshwater lakes, and the famous Utah Salt Flats just to name a few. With so many things to do, you’ll love moving to Utah.
Utah is known for its four distinct seasons, cold, snowy winter, and a hot, dry summer with relatively wet transition periods. Utah is home to several breathtaking mountains, rivers, plateaus, and canyons that make it a prime tourist destination.
Utah’s economy is powered by several leading industries including Advanced Manufacturing, Aerospace and Defense, Energy and Natural Resources, Finance, IT/Software, Life Sciences, and Outdoor Recreation. Utah has been ranked as the #1 state for the economic outlook in the country for the 15th year in a row (ALEC-Laffer State Economic Competitiveness Index).
If you’re considering moving to Utah and wondering if the state is the right place for you or not, we have collated key things you should know about the state to make the right choice.
To make your relocation decision even easier, the Life in Utah publication provides useful information about our amazing area. The guide offers newcomer information on housing, education, transportation, business, and more.