Welcome to Cedar City, Utah! I’m a little biased about the area, but I believe that it is a great place to live! Even though Cedar City is a small town, there are a lot of resources available and activities to do in the area! Check out the following resources for transitioning to living in Cedar City:
Cedar City Brian Head Tourism Bureau
The Cedar City Brian Head Tourism Bureau is a great resource for newcomers to the area. Their website offers resources like a southern Utah roadmap, information about other communities surrounding Cedar City, outdoor adventures nearby, a restaurant guide, shopping in the area, and more! Be sure to stop by the Cedar City Brian Head Tourism Bureau office for additional information about the area. This office is located at 581 N Main St, Cedar City, UT 84721.
The Cedar City Intermountain Healthcare hospital is an award winning hospital that provides services to residents in Cedar City and the surrounding areas. Some of the featured services that the Cedar City Intermountain Healthcare Hospital offers include cancer care, pain management, and women and newborn care. Some of the other services that they provide are diagnostic imaging, emergency services, family medicine, infusion services, nutrition coaching services, pediatric care services, primary care services, surgical services, and much more!
Cedar City Library
The Cedar City library is a great place for new residents to meet people in the community, check out books and movies, and attend fun library events. The library is located in the heart of Cedar City and is right next to the gorgeous Main Street park.
The Iron County School District consists of many schools, such as Canyon View High School, Cedar High School, Canyon View Middle School, Cedar Middle School, East Elementary, Enoch Elementary, and more. Higher education institutions that are in Cedar City are Southern Utah University and Southwest Technical College and other education institutions in the area are Evans Hairstyling College, Healing Mountain Massage School, Success Academy, and more.
About Jenny Vossler
Years working in real estate has taught me that everyone, including YOU, deserves a real estate agent who is highly experienced, has local knowledge, proven systems and procedures, and local connections in and out of the real estate industry. Whether you are buying, selling or investing, the transaction you’re about to embark on will have a large financial impact on your future. Please make sure you choose an agent with unparalleled professional skills and high ethical standards to represent you. Give me a call – I look forward to learning about your real estate needs and personally discussing how I can be of service to you. I can be reached by call or text at (435) 559-1260, or by email at email@example.com.
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