St. George, Utah
640 East 700 South, Suite 302
St. George, Utah 84770
St. George, Utah is located in Washington County, one of the fastest growing counties in the country. In 2007 it was dubbed "Boomtown USA" by INC. Magazine. St. George, Utah was also the #1 Metropolitan Statistical Area in the United States, as reported by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Located in Utah's Dixie, St. George (Saint George) is situated near eight State and National Parks, most notably Zions National Park, Bryce National Park, and Grand Canyon National Park. Enjoying a more temperate winter climate, St. George has become a favorite retreat for "snowbirds" and those escaping the winter cold.
St. George lies along I-15 with a host of smaller communities that make up Utah's Dixie. The advantages of the county's position along one of the nation's key north-south routes between California and places such as Salt Lake City, Denver and Albuquerque is making Washington County one of the nation's fastest growing communities. The scenic area not only provides easy access to major markets of the western United States, it has become a destination point for countless people and businesses looking for a better way of life and more fruitful atmosphere for growth and prosperity.
Quality of life is also a key attraction. With a population of approximately 60,000, St. George, Utah offers the best of two worlds – large city services and small town atmosphere. As people flee from congested metropolitan areas, they don’t miss traffic jams and find that St. George’s shopping, arts, recreation, medical services and entertainment options meet their sophisticated tastes.
St. George (Saint George) Links:
Places to Stay:
- St. George Municipal Airport (SGU)
- McCarran International Airport (Las Vegas - LAS)
- Salt Lake International Airport (SLC)
- Las Vegas to St. George Shuttle Service
- Salt Lake City to St. George Shuttle Service