Inc Magazine recently dubbed St. George as one of the best cities for businesses. The city with its booming tourism and other industries was also named as one of the country’s dream towns by AARP. Forbes Magazine ranked the city as one of the most viable places to conduct business and it is also considered to be one of the most secured place’s in 2007 by Farmer’s Insurance.
St. George has a lot to offer with its amazing red cliffs, well-designed golf courses with lush greenery and blue skies. The busy city is home to a wide range of facilities and establishments from specialty shops, highly equipped medical campus, St. George Municipal Airport, the Dixie State College and the Dixie Center. With all the tourist attractions that you can find in the city, you also get to experience a wide range of fine dining restaurants and accommodations depending on your budget and preference.
Ivins City Offices | 435-628-0606
www.ivins.com | 55 N. Main Street, Ivins UT 84738
Located near the base of Red Mountain surrounded by beautiful majestic cliffs is Ivins. The community is home to breathtaking and beautiful scenery located in the northwestern part of St. George. This peaceful enclave is away from the busy cities and you can definitely find solace and comfort. The local community along with visitors gets to enjoy hiking and biking with the city’s beautiful trails connected with other trails which allow you to explore Santa Clara, St. George and Snow Canyon State Park.
Ivin’s is the home to the best health and fitness centers that you can find. In fact, this is where you can find the Red Mountain Spa and the Biggest Loser Resort located at the Fitness Ridge. Aside from world class health and fitness facilities, you can find other facilities and infrastructure like the Tuacahn Amphitheater which boasts a 2,000 seating capacity, Snow Canyon Clinic, Kayenta’s Coyote Gulch Art Village, galleries and art studios among many others.
Santa Clara City Offices | 435-673-6712
www.sccity.org | 2603 Santa Clara Dr., Santa Clara UT 84765
The city of Santa Clara is a beautiful and peaceful hometown community. Known as Washington’s garden spot, this city gives you breathtaking views with its tall sycamore trees and ranch style homes, the city exudes elegance and class which brings you back to the past.
Its strong cultural and traditional heritage which you can find in its parks, historical buildings, landmarks and the Swiss Days Celebration being celebrated every year, the city blends the past and the present. Santa Clara City only has 7,500 in population, small in comparison to other cities but also a highly diverse community. A nice and comfortable place where everyone can work and play, Santa Clara City showcases the beauty of its natural surroundings and to its red sandstone mountains.
Hurricane City Offices | 435-635-2811
www.cityofhurricane.com | 147 North 870 West, Hurricane UT 84737
20 miles located at the Eastern part of St. George on State Route 9 is Hurricane. This is the road to the famous Zion National Park as well as other tourist spot areas. It is populated by about 12,000 people. A country style community, Hurricane offers various recreational opportunities when you arrive at Quail Creek, Fairgrounds, Washington County Equestrian Park and Sand Hollow Reservoir. On top of that, you can also find the Gateway Industrial Park where you can find the Wal-Mart Distribution Center, Boulevard Distribution Center and DATS Trucking.
Washington City Offices | 435-656-6300
www.washingtoncity.org | 111 North 100 East, Washington, UT 84780
Known as the second biggest city located in the Washington County, Washington City has a population of more than 21,000 and it is located at the eastern part of St. George. Home to a wide range of establishments like the Albertson’s Shopping Center where you can find Big Lots, Burger King and Albertsons, Cotton Mills I and II where you can find Wal-Mart SuperCEnter, Petco, Home Depot, El Pollo Loco, Jack in the Box, IHOP, Zion Bank, Village Bank, Red Robin, Down East Home, Shoe Carnival, Natural Grocers and a whole lot more. Washington City is also home to amazing town centers, shopping stores and other business establishments.
Located at the interchange of Mile Post 13, you can find more commercial establishments that will soon be fully developed at the Washington Parkway. Located in Buena Vista Boulevard, you can find a new frontage road in the north.