St. George is among the fastest growing cities in the United States. People relocate to Southern Utah for various reasons. According to the St. George Chamber of Commerce, “the excellent quality of life, the many breathtaking scenic areas, the temperate climate, the healthy lifestyles, the variety of beautiful gold courses, our outstanding school system, the Dixie State College education opportunities for all ages, and the growing business opportunities” are just a few of the reasons.
St. George is a great area to live, play and work. St. George is located within the Mojave Desert. The desert climate contributes to generally clear skies, relatively mild winters and hot summers. Residents and visitors to St. George enjoy over 300 days of sunshine per year. The St. George Chamber of Commerce describes Southern Utah as a place where the “summer sun spends the winters.”
St. George, Utah – Monthly Climate Averages
There are many retirement developments in Washington County and throughout St. George. Some are exclusive to retirees and are designed for older adults.
Employment in St. George continues to grow as more jobs add to the economy in Washington County. The Department of Workforce Service released: Utah’s Employment Summary this month that talks about the employment rate throughout the State of Utah. Washington County is one of the counties that shows employment growth in the state.
You can request St. George area information here. You can get information if you are coming south for a visit or if you are relocating to the area, you can get that information as well.