Moving to Salt Lake City? 15 Reasons Why You Should
Moving to Salt Lake City? A Complete Guide to SLC, UT
Why the heck should anyone be moving to Salt Lake City?
If you or someone you know are considering moving to Salt Lake City Utah anytime soon, make sure you read this article first! You want to know what you’re getting yourself into, right? Is moving to Salt Lake City really for you? I’ll do my best to temper my strong pro-Salt Lake bias and just stick to the facts. Also be sure to check out the affordability of Salt Lake City Homes For Sale. You’ll see that compared to most other major cities, buying a home in Salt Lake City is still extremely affordable.
Moving to Salt Lake City? Unless you have spent a fair amount of time in Salt Lake City, you have probably fallen victim to at least one of the many misconceptions about the good people of Salt Lake City. For example, we do not all have multiple wives! Well, most of us anyways (wink wink). Are you kidding me? One wife is all I can handle. (Love you, babe!) But having multiple wives? Get the hell out of here with that! Fellas, you know what I’m talking about.
Yes, you can actually buy and drink adult beverages here. You’d be surprised. I’ve actually heard wild rumors that some people have even… wait, come closer… had too much to drink here in Salt Lake City! Crazy right?
All joking aside, you’ll love moving to Salt Lake City. We are so lucky to live in such a beautiful city, with so much to do and so many great people. If you still need some convincing, you’re in the right place. I did my best to narrow it down to the top 15 reasons why you’ll love moving to Salt Lake City. I have been living in Salt Lake City my entire life, and I’m not going anywhere. Living in Salt Lake City just keeps getting better and better.
Semi-Boring Facts about Salt Lake City:
- Population (Salt Lake City Metro): 181,743
- Population (Greater Salt Lake Area): 1.3 million
- Unemployment rate in Salt Lake City: 2.9%
- Median Home Price (Salt Lake County): $301,000 (Q3 2016)
- Median Household Income: $60,000
- Average Commute Time: 21 minutes
Salt Lake City has Amazing Views!
Those of us who grew up in Salt Lake City have taken the beauty of the mountains and our city for granted. I still wake up each morning and look to the East because I know I’m going to see a truly amazing & colorful sunrise. Where else can you have breathtaking, National Geographic-worthy views of sun rising over the Wasatch mountain range, and then a stunning view of the sun setting over the Great Salt Lake and the Oquirrh mountain range to the West in the very same day? Move to Salt Lake City and you can enjoy it too! You get an awesome view from anywhere in the Salt Lake Valley; a view that people travel long distances to see. But the closer to the mountains to the East you get, the more “in your face” and intense the view gets. This is one reason why homes on the east side of Salt Lake (in areas like Holladay, Olympus Cove, Cottonwood Heights, Sandy, Draper, and some of Salt Lake City proper) are more desirable and valuable. Drive just a few hours south of Salt Lake and you’re in the surreal Mars-like redrock landscape of Southern Utah.
When you combine our majestic mountains with a sunrise or sunset, you’ll quickly notice a major reason why so many people are moving to Salt Lake City. From early morning sunrises so colorful and amazing that you your day begins with joy and gratitude, to the late afternoon sunsets so powerful that people young and old can’t help but post it on their Instagram or Snapchat. I mean it, it’s crazy. Every time we have one of those extra special sunsets in Salt Lake City (which is most of them) your news feed will be plastered with everyone’s sunrise/sunset pics. It’s funny, but also it’s a testament to the natural beauty that we take for granted here in Salt Lake… and a reason why YOU should consider moving to Salt Lake City. Seriously though, all the cool kids are moving to Salt Lake City!
Salt Lake City Jobs Are Easy to Find
According to Glassdoor, there are currently 28,568 job openings in Salt Lake City , Utah. Drive around Salt Lake for just a few minutes and you’ll notice all the cranes, building new office buildings all around the Salt Lake City area! It’s crazy. All around the Salt Lake valley, you see office buildings going up. From Downtown Salt Lake to Cottonwood Heights to Midvale to Lehi to Provo, this is one of the best cities in the country to find a job. Downtown Salt Lake City is home to the second largest Goldman Sachs office in the country, and 4th largest in the world. The Lehi area, about 20 minutes south of downtown Salt Lake, is quickly becoming known worldwide as a haven for technology companies and startups. The massive growth and concentration of tech companies in the Lehi area has earned it the nickname Silicon Slopes, as sort of a younger brother to tech-mecca Silicon Valley. Salt Lake City jobs are popping up everywhere.
It’s hard to believe, but the unemployment rate in Salt Lake City is only 2.9%, according to google. Utah has seen the 2nd highest economic growth in the United States over the last 2 years, and of course the vast majority of that growth is from Salt Lake City jobs.
A solid, healthy job market also is a great thing for home values. If you own a home in Salt Lake City, and we keep growing and growing like we have been, you’ll be on the winning end of a nice big chunk of equity.
“Utah led the nation in job growth in 2015, a signal that economic opportunity may be better in Utah than in any state.” – Juliette Tennert, Utah Economic Council
Salt Lake City is Very Friendly
Travel & Leisure recently named Salt Lake City the #2 Friendliest City in America. Not too shabby! When the majority of people you run into on a daily basis are friendly, courteous, and happy, we call that “a clue.” If Salt Lake City were a crappy place to live, would everyone be so dang happy and friendly all the time? It’s funny to hear people who have moved here from New York City or Chicago talk about how “weird” we are in Salt Lake City. Some actually think it’s weird to smile at strangers on the street. I remember a conversation with a businessman from New Jersey who told me that “there must be something in the water here” to make people so happy. He was used to people being so busy and in a rush and everyone looked out for themselves. In Salt Lake City, it’s strange when the person in front of you doesn’t hold the door open for you!
We all want the best for our kids, and the environment in which children are raised matters a great deal. As a father, I’m excited to raise my kid in this city. My son will grow up around kids raised by other great, happy people.
Salt Lake City Ski Resorts
“Utah: The Greatest Snow on Earth.” It must be true, our license plates even say so! Well it is true. The snow quality (and quantity) here is the best in the world. We are so lucky and blessed here in Salt Lake City to have the perfect mixture of altitude, humidity, etc to make the fluffiest, softest, BEST snow on the planet. I’ve been skiing and snowboarding since I was three years old, and I can honestly say that we are so spoiled here with our snow. Skiers and snowboarders from all around the world flock to Salt Lake City and Park City, Utah every winter to take their turns on the Greatest Snow on Earth.
Salt Lake City officially owns the rights to the name Ski City. Salt Lake really is the ultimate winter destination. We have four world-class ski resorts within a 30 minute drive, and an exciting nightlife and shopping just minutes away in downtown SLC. More ski resorts are found in nearby Provo Canyon, Park City, and Ogden which bring the total options for the Wasatch Front to NINE amazing ski resorts.
I have been living in Salt Lake City for virtually my entire life and I still haven’t been to all of our local ski resorts. There’s no need to! Especially when you consider that just 30 minutes out of Salt Lake City is the largest ski resort in the country. Park City Mountain Resort just merged with The Canyons Ski Resort. As of Winter 2015/16, Park City Mountain Resort in Park City, Utah is America’s largest ski resort. We have all the skiing and snowboarding, as well as endless backcountry terrain, that you could ever want! Snowbird is my personal favorite because of the steep, wide open terrain, but Park City is a close second. Brighton is a local favorite, where the crowds tend to be much smaller than the more well-known resorts.
Brighton also offers super fun, inexpensive night skiing. You’ll never battle a crowd while night skiing. It’s awesome! Night skiing goes from 4 – 9 p.m. M-Sat from early December through April. Night Lift Tickets are just $40 for adults and $25 for youth 11 to 13 years. Kids 10 and under are always free. In fact ALL Salt Lake City Ski Resorts offer free passes to children under a certain age, usually 10-12. So grab the whole family and head up the canyon to one of our epic Salt Lake City ski resorts. Access to some of the best ski resorts on the planet is just one of many perks of living in Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake City Traffic is “pretty dang mild”
You’re probably laughing about how I worded that, but it’s true! Salt Lake City traffic is by no means utopian, but compared to Los Angeles, Dallas, San Fransisco, or Atlanta, our traffic situation is very mild. If you ask a Salt Lake City resident (who has lived here their entire life and doesn’t travel much) about Salt Lake City traffic, they’ll say it sucks. But they lack perspective! Sure it’s not perfect, but we’re a major U.S. city with a growing population. Of course we have traffic. But have you ever driven in other cities like Denver, Los Angeles, Dallas, Seattle, etc? Traffic there is HORRIBLE! When you consider how bad traffic is in many other parts of the country, we have it pretty dang good here in Salt Lake City. I travel around the country quite often and one major benefit to that travel is that I’ve developed a serious appreciation for how good we have it in Salt Lake City. Don’t even get me started about rush hour traffic in L.A., Denver and Atlanta…
The other day I was talking to a woman who was visiting from San Francisco. We were in the middle of Downtown Salt Lake around 6pm. When I asked her what she likes most about Salt Lake, the first words out of her mouth were, “You don’t have any traffic here!” Like I said earlier, Salt Lake City traffic is pretty awesome.
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Living in Salt Lake City is very affordable
Homes for sale in Salt Lake City are some of the most affordable in the nation. You can actually still find a starter home in a decent part of Salt Lake County for under $200,000, although those days are coming to an end sooner than later. Don’t just take our word for it… According to The Atlantic, Salt Lake City is one of the 3 Most Affordable Cities in the Country. Whether you’re searching for a condo in Downtown Salt Lake City, a house in Sugarhouse, The Avenues, or in a suburb of Salt Lake like Cottonwood Heights, Holladay, Murray or Sandy… you’ll quickly find that homes are priced very reasonably for the quality of life, low cost of living, and economy.
Getting a chance to live in the shadow of the mountains is just an added bonus! Many people would certainly pay a hefty premium for such picturesque mountain views , but not here: MoneyCrashers.com says that “despite its charm, grace, and vibrancy, Salt Lake City is among the country’s most affordable metro areas.”
To put our low cost of living in perspective, the Cost of living in Salt Lake City is 33.44% lower than in New York, while “you would need around $3,668 in Salt Lake City, UT to maintain the same standard of life that you can have with $5,300 in Los Angeles, CA.
We have GREAT Restaurants in Salt Lake City
When I was growing up here, living in Salt Lake City, I sure as hell don’t remember there being this many world-class restaurants in Salt Lake City. It seems like over the last 5 years, a whole slew of great restaurants have popped up in and around Salt Lake. Truth is, no matter what part of town you’re in, you’re never far from your next “Best meal ever!” From great local burger joints to formal sit-down dining options from literally every corner of the world, you will find exactly what your tastebuds are craving any time of day. You’ll need to eat some pretty hefty meals with all that skiing and snowboarding you’ll be doing! Our mountains have a knack for helping people work up an appetite.
Restaurants in Salt Lake City have actually received quite a bit of attention from the Food Network and the Travel Channel, specifically from the show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. These Salt Lake City restaurants have been featured on the show. When major networks spend their time and money to visit Salt Lake, take that as a clue the restaurant they’re visiting must be fantastic.
I’ll spare you from a giant list of all our great restaurants in Salt Lake City, but there are 10 of my personal favorites that are so good and such well known restaurants in Salt Lake City that it would be a crime to not mention them. I don’t want you pissed at me!
- Porcupine Pub & Grille – Cottonwood Heights & Salt Lake City
- Red Iguana Mexican Food – Salt Lake City
- Penny Ann’s Café –Salt Lake City, Draper, and Taylorsville
- Tin Roof Grill – Sandy
- Roots Café – Millcreek
- Crown Burgers – many locations – featured on Man vs Food
- Kobe Sushi – Olympus Cove
- Market Street Grill – Cottonwood Heights, South Jordan, Salt Lake City
- Ruth’s Diner – Salt Lake City (Emigration Canyon)
- Log Haven – Millcreek Canyon
You better believe I have even more to tell you about, so if you want more recommendations for restaurants in Salt Lake City, just ask! After living in Salt Lake City for so long, I have built up quite a list of favorites. Jeez, now I’m hungry just thinking about them.
Salt Lake City nightlife is boomin’!
Every time the sun goes down on Salt Lake City, many new clubs, bars, and concert venues keep things fun with a wide range of entertainment options. 10 years ago, there wasn’t really any Salt Lake City nightlife to speak of. Nothing special, anyways. But now… there are some great piano clubs and high-end cocktail bars. Maybe you want to see a concert at The Depot or catch a Utah Jazz basketball game at Vivint Smart Home Arena. There’s always something going on in Salt Lake City… always. Experiencing the Salt Lake City nightlife in Downtown SLC is something to be excited about, and look forward to when moving to Salt Lake City.
Anyone who has been living in Salt Lake City for more than 5 years will tell you that SLC has grown up and that the Salt Lake City nightlife has really improved. It’s a whole new city! Downtown Salt Lake City has exploded with the growth of new local bars, clubs, café’s, and great restaurants. If you’re ever bored, just head downtown and you’re guaranteed to find something to do or somewhere fun to hang out. You can go ice skating on the Gallivan Center’s ice rink in the winter, or attend one of their other big outdoor concerts or events when the weather is warm.
Of course the new City Creek Center, a $1.5+ Billion project only a few years old, is a great place to hang out, go shopping, eat an awesome dinner, and enjoy all that downtown has to offer. City Creek Center is so much more than just a mall. It’s the crown jewel of Downtown Salt Lake City. I mean, City Creek Center has a frickin’ stream running through it and a fountain that spews fire! You’ll see what we mean. More than 30 City Creek shops validate parking too, which is always nice.
The summertime is when Salt Lake City nightlife is at it’s best. Imagine seeing one of the biggest bands on the planet, in the middle of downtown SLC, at night, and tickets are only $5. Sounds crazy right? Nope. That right there is the Twilight Summer Concert Series in downtown Salt Lake. During the summer, a different band (Death Cab for Cutie, Belle and Sebastian, Kid Cudi, The Flaming Lips and MGMT have all played Twilight. Over 20,000 people turned out to hear Nas back in 2012.) Every Thursday evening in July and August, everyone flocks downtown to Pioneer Park for the Twilight Summer concerts. Huge concerts, $5 tickets. Salt Lake City nightlife is pretty awesome!
Salt Lake City Weather
As someone who has been living in Salt Lake City for my entire life, I can say that Salt Lake City weather is great, and never gets boring. We have 4 very distinct seasons here. I have grown to love each season for what it is and when the seasons start to change, it’s exciting. Not many major American cities offer this great weather. Before moving to Salt Lake City you need to know that it can get very hot in the summer, and very cold in the winter. I wouldn’t have it any other way! Utah is the second driest state in the nation with yearly precipitation averaging 12.26 inches. However, the Salt Lake City area is less dry, with an average of 16.5 in of precipitation at the SLC airport and about 20 inches on the benches.
Extreme heat is more common than extreme cold in Salt Lake City, with temperatures exceeding 100°F on average of 5 days per year, and falling below zero an average of 2.3 days per year.
Salt Lake City’s overall average temperature is just over 52°F, with January being the coldest month and July the hottest. If you’re looking for 70 degrees year round, moving to Salt Lake City may not be the best idea. You’ll be happier in Florida or San Diego, although their cost of living is much higher. However, if you want to experience the four seasons surrounded by beautiful scenery and mountains, then moving to Salt Lake City is definitely something to consider. In late winter months, it’s not uncommon for our Salt Lake City weather to allow you to ski and golf in the same day!
Salt Lake City Crime is Low
If you want a safe place to raise your family, then moving to Salt Lake City is a wise move. Salt Lake City, Utah is known for its wide, clean downtown streets, beautiful mountains, and friendly people, making it a great vacation destination for tourists as well as a great place to call home. For the vast majority of our city, crime is quite low and rare. However, like all other major cities, there are some areas to avoid in Salt Lake City. As a general rule of thumb, the east side of Salt Lake City (east of I-15) is quite safe. The southwest part of the Salt Lake valley are also quite safe according to crime stats.
While growing up in Salt Lake and living in Salt Lake City for most of my life, I have lived all over the Salt Lake valley (Sandy, Holladay, Cottonwood Heights, West Jordan, Murray, and Daybreak). I am now a father and husband, and with that new perspective of raising a child in Salt Lake, I can honestly say that in general, I feel very safe here. There are always certain parts of town that are less safe, but that’s true no matter where you live. The general feeling among residents here is that Salt Lake City crime is minimal.
If you’re moving to Salt Lake City and want to ask about specific neighborhoods that are more safe than others, please feel free reach out. I’d be more than happy to share my intimate local knowledge and experience with you.
Salt Lake City Schools
If you’re considering moving to Salt Lake City, you’ll obviously want to think about the Salt Lake City schools your kids, or future kids, will be attending. Salt Lake City is ranked as one of the Top 50 most educated cities in America by Wallethub, coming in at the 32nd most educated city. The Salt Lake City area has several major universities and colleges, some of which are known nationally for specific programs. A couple of the well known universities include the University of Utah in the northeast corner of the Salt Lake valley and Westminster College, in the Sugarhouse neighborhood of Salt Lake City. These great universities are all within a short distance of downtown Salt Lake City, so it makes sense that the population in Salt Lake places a high priority on education.
As for the local high schools, junior highs, and elementary schools in Salt Lake City, there are many resources that can be used to check the ratings of the schools in Salt Lake City area. One of the best resources is GreatSchools.org which provides detailed statistics on the local high schools, which can be found here. Be sure to also check out this resource from Niche which ranks the best public schools in Salt Lake City, as well as this “one stop shop” for info about all public schools in Salt Lake County.
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Education Week grades Utah education 20th in the nation for “Chance for success” and 9th in the nation for “Transitions and alignment”
School Districts in the Salt Lake valley:
- Salt Lake City School District – 45 schools – Salt Lake City & South Salt Lake
- Granite School District – 119 schools – Holladay, Salt Lake City,
- Jordan School District – 56 schools – West Jordan, Herriman, South Jordan, Riverton,
- Canyons School District – 44 schools – Cottonwood Heights, Midvale, Sandy, Draper
Salt Lake City Sports
Salt Lake City is home to a few major sports teams, both professional and college. Living in Salt Lake City is great if you’re an NBA basketball fan. SLC is the home of the Utah Jazz basketball team (you remember, Stockton and Malone!) Soccer fans moving to Salt Lake City will be happy that we are home to Real Salt Lake soccer, a Major League Soccer (MLS) team that won the MLS Cup in 2009, and reached the MLS Cup again in 2013. In short, it means that RSL is pretty damn good!
If you’re moving to Salt Lake City and love the NFL or NHL, don’t fret, Salt Lake City is about an hour flight away from Denver, CO, home to the Super Bowl 50 Champion Denver Broncos football team (woo hoo!) and Colorado Avalanche hockey team.
We have some fun minor league professional sports in Salt Lake City as well, like the Utah Grizzlies hockey team and Salt Lake Bees minor league baseball team, (AAA) a farm-team for the California Angels. These games are super fun and inexpensive. There are lots of places around the city that occasionally offer free tickets to Grizzlies and Bees games. These games are super fun and laid back. A great, inexpensive activity for the family, or to just hang out with friends. Check out a Salt Lake Bees game on Thursday, which they call “Thirsty Thursdays.” Beers are only $2.75 on Thirsty Thursdays! I swear, they’re normally like $20 these days (I know, I’m exaggerating for effect).
With the University of Utah in town, there is never a shortage of collegiate sporting events going on in Salt Lake City. Most notably is the Utah Utes Football and basketball teams, members of the PAC-12 athletic conference (which is a big deal!). On game days during the fall, it may seem like you’re the only one NOT at the Utes football game. Sure we have a ton of BYU fans in town too, but BYU is down south in Provo, so Salt Lake City is pretty much Utah Utes territory. Check out the Holy War rivalry between Utah & BYU. It’s a nationally known rivalry that definitely makes things more exciting whenever the two schools play each other.
If your perfect Saturday afternoon includes attending a ballgame or your perfect Friday evening includes watching a hockey game, moving to Salt Lake City is a great choice.
Salt Lake City Mountains Are So Close and Easy to Get To
Where do I even start? The Salt Lake City mountains are absolutely stunning, and they are right there in front of us… towering over the entire Salt Lake valley. Even after living in Salt Lake City for so many years, I am still in awe every single day of the beautiful Salt Lake City mountains that our city is blessed with. When moving to Salt Lake City you’ll quickly notice how the Salt Lake valley is almost completely surrounded by BIG mountains. From the Wasatch mountains on the east to the Oquirrh mountains to the west, you’re all but guaranteed a great mountain view from pretty much anywhere in the valley.
When you want to escape the city or suburban life for an afternoon, you don’t want to hop in the car and drive 2 hours just to get into the mountains and away from it all. We are so blessed in Salt Lake because it really only takes around 30 minutes maximum to drive into the mountains and be completely alone and surrounded by pine trees and clean air. Living on the east side of Salt Lake (Holladay, Olympus Cove, Cottonwood Heights, and Sandy) means you’ll probably only need to drive 10-15 minutes until you’re in the mountains. Imagine moving to Salt Lake City and from your garage, it only takes 10 minutes to be quite a ways up Big or Little Cottonwood Canyon. While living in Cottonwood Heights and Sandy, I would often go hiking and rock climbing after work a few days each week, because I could. Only being 10, 20, or 30 minutes away from the mountains makes that possible. If you’re a nature lover and enjoy spending time in the mountains (or would love to start), you need to seriously consider moving to Salt Lake City. You really don’t have a clue what you’re missing! Only those living in Salt Lake City are able to take advantage of this amazing perk.
Salt Lake City is Easy to Travel To/From
When choosing a new place to live, it’s important to think about how easy (or hard) it will be to travel in and out of. You may have family who wants to visit you after moving to Salt Lake City, or you may travel frequently for business. You surely want a major airport right there in your city. It’s a pain to live away from a major airport, and the extra connecting flights are much more expensive. Salt Lake City is super easy to travel to and from because of the Salt Lake International Airport (SLC). In fact, the SLC airport is Delta Airlines Largest Hub in the West, second in size only to Atlanta. All the major airlines have a presence here. If there’s somewhere you want to go, you can get there easily from Salt Lake City. This means that the cost of your flights will be quite a bit less than if you lived in a city without an international airport, because you’ll need fewer connecting flights to get to your destination.
The Salt Lake International Airport is undergoing a major upgrade right now, to accommodate the increase tourism and business travel coming to Salt Lake City, as well as to give Utah one of the most modern, state-of-the-art airports in the country. The reconstruction project should be completed in 2020. Check out this video of what the new airport will look like.
They’re doing a great job of building in phases so as to not negatively affect anyone’s travel plans. You probably won’t even notice that there is any construction going on. When the airport upgrade is complete, we will have one of the world’s premier airports right in our own backyard, As a frequent traveler, I’m excited about the new SLC airport!!
Salt Lake City Golf
If you love playing golf, moving to Salt Lake City may be a very wise move! Salt Lake City, Utah is one of Golf.com’s Top 50 Golf Cities in America, coming in at #37. Those who live here know that Salt Lake is truly a secret golf “paradise”, if you will. In just the Salt Lake Valley there are at least 40 excellent Salt Lake City golf courses within 30 minutes of each other, and 30 more golf courses within just 1 hour of downtown SLC and the airport.
“The quality of the Salt Lake area golf courses are some of the finest public facilities in the country, top-notch manicuring, incredible scenery, and affordable and abundant tee times.” – UtahFairways.com
In terms of great public golf courses, check out Bonneville golf course in Salt Lake, and the Old Mill golf course in Holladay. Two of the best courses in the area with some of the most spectacular views of the valley, and the mountains. Salt Lake is home to a few private Country Clubs as well. In the Sugarhouse neighborhood of Salt Lake City is The Country Club. Founded in 1899, it is one of the oldest clubs in the western United States and is hands down the nicest, most scenic, most well maintained golf course I have ever played. Of course it helps that I’m good friends with a member (wink wink). Willow Creek Country Club in Sandy is another extremely beautiful golf course with hard-to-believe scenery.
Golf is a great reason to relocate to Salt Lake City. Heck, I’ll even take you out for your first round. Golfing with me will help you feel better about your own golf game!
Final Thoughts on Moving to Salt Lake City
If you’re moving to Salt Lake City or are considering it, as you can now see, Salt Lake is truly a fantastic place to live, work, and play. You’ll never run out of things to do and there will always be more friendly people to meet. If you’re seriously thinking about moving to Salt Lake City, or just have a few more questions before deciding, please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions about the Salt Lake City area.
Still have questions about a potential move to Salt Lake City? You can get in touch with me HERE, or shoot me a text at 801-980-9977. I have lived here for 32 years and definitely know a thing or two about Salt Lake. I can provide you with whatever information you’re looking for, or at the very least, point you in the direction of where to find it.
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MORE SALT LAKE CITY RESOURCES:
- 10 Best Kid-Friendly Parks & Playgrounds in Salt Lake City
- City of Salt Lake City – official city website
- Salt Lake City Homes for Sale
- SkiUtah.com – Ski resort information
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