Cedar City, Utah
in Southwest Utah, Cedar City has one of the best climates in
United States. January high temperatures are normally in the low
40s and lows are in the 20s. July temperatures are often in
90s and 100s. In the winter, you can ski at Brian Head,
15 miles to the east, and golf in St. George, 45 miles to the south!
cost of living is low in Cedar City. The median cost of a single
family home is lower than areas like Flagstaff and Lake Tahoe that
offer similar climate and outdoor opportunities. Pollution levels
in Cedar City are also lower than other populated places in Utah,
especially Salt Lake City, Provo, Logan, and St. George.
schools in Cedar City are relatively strong despite the low funding
and low overall support for quality programs. Utah
schools have the lowest per pupil funding and highest average class
sizes in the nation.
on Interstate 15, there is easy access to metropolitan areas
such as Las Vegas and Salt Lake City. St. George is an easy
40 minutes away and offers additional shopping and services.
Utah scenery is some of the best. Red rock formations on
many of the mountains provide unique color and amazing views.
Cedar City actually sits at the base of Cedar Mountain. By
traveling 12 miles east on highway 14, you are at 8500 feet
in elevation and still climbing.
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