St. George City
175 East 200 North St. George, Utah 84770
St. George, the county’s largest city, lies along interstate 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.
111 North 100 East Washington, Utah 84780
Located in Southwestern Utah where the sun shines 300 plus days a year, a great place for your next vacation. Due the the warm climate the most popular activities are golf, biking, hiking, photography, art, National Park “hopping”, and our Community Events which include parades, festivals, and “Agutainment” (fun on a farm).
2603 Santa Clara Drive Santa Clara Utah 84765
The City can best be characterized as suburban in nature since many city residents commute to work in the City of St. George and other nearby business areas. Santa Clara has a rapidly growing population, estimated currently at 8,000 residents. The St. George metro area, of which Santa Clara is a part, was recently ranked as the fastest growing community in the United States in a recent U.S. Census report. The City’s population has grown nearly 100% since the 2000 census.
147 North 870 West Hurricane, Utah 84737
Hurricane occupies a unique position in the physiographic regions of the west. It sits at a geologic division line between the Colorado Plateau to the east and the Great Basin to the west. Many of the landforms you see as you travel along SR-9 through Hurricane are evidence of this fact.
To the east you can see the horizontal formations of the Grand Canyon suite that form the classic mesas and canyons of the west, including Zion National Park. These formations have been uplifted by the Hurricane Fault which forms the steep cliffs just east of the downtown area.
To the west is Pine Valley Mountain, a 6500′ granite laccolith that pushed its way through the overlying formations. Pine Valley Mountain represents the eastern edge of the Great Basin and Range provence in this area. Pine Valley Mountain is part of the Dixie National Forest.
55 N Main Ivins, UT 84738
Nestled at the base of the majestic cliffs of towering vermilion sandstone lies the community of Ivins. Nowhere in the United States can so many reasons be found to relax and enjoy life as you will find here. Located in Southwestern Utah, next to the City of St. George and away from the busy I-15 corridor, you can still wander and hear the whispering solitude of the delicate desert. Here is the place for the rest of your life — figuratively and literally. Standing in one spot an unparalleled panorama unfolds: fifteen hundred foot red sandstone cliffs with white sandstone formations above, dark black lava flows, blue gray mountains, pink peaks of Zion National Park, gray green sage covered hills, brilliant desert flowers, peregrine falcons in flight, eagles soaring, coveys of quails, the scamper of cottontails, chirping crickets, buzzing bees. Depending on the season, nature treats you to a bath of sun or rare and gentle snow, an evening breeze or a stiff wind moving in a thunder storm with billowing clouds and a dashing display of lightening, maybe soothing rains or a desert thundershower with cascading waterfalls. All these are here in one place without turning except to see another spectacular display of nature’s wonders.