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Living in Provo

Provo is the third largest city in Utah and the largest in Utah County, proving to be an important economic hub for the area. It is nicknamed ‘Happy Valley’ because of its friendly and welcoming community, making it an excellent place to raise a family. The city has plenty to offer and expats living in Provo will be able to visit sights such as the Bridal Veil Falls, a 607-foot waterfall in Provo Canyon, as well as the Provo City Library, built in 1892, and the Cover Center for the Arts. Provo also has a number of shopping and leisure areas as well as a number of bars and restaurants located in the Provo Town Center area as well as others. The city is further home to a number of festivals and expats living in Provo will be able to experience, for example, the Annual Freedom Festival as well as the annual Independence Day celebrations which are well known in the state and in the rest of the US.

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Moving to Provo

Provo is considered to be an affordable city to live in, and the cost of living is lower than the average. It is a desirable city to live in, being known as a fantastic city to raise a family as well as develop a career. Expatriates relocating to Provo will find that the climate features hot summers and cooler winters and whilst rainfall is lower in Provo than the national average, there is no particular dry season. The city is located within easy reach of other cities in Utah such as Salt Lake City by road and commuter rail, as well as being served by Provo Municipal Airport which offers flights to other destinations in the US. Provo is an excellent city for education and expats moving to Provo with families will find that there is a choice of schools in the city, whilst it is also home to a number of private universities such as Brigham Young University, the third largest private university in the US, and the Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions. By joining InterNations, expatriates can connect with fellow expats from over 190 different nations in order to exchange information and seek advice about moving to Provo.

Working in Provo

Provo is a thriving center for business and any expatriate working in Provo will find that the city is home to a number of companies such as DieCuts With a View, Vital Smarts and Connect Public Relations whilst there are also a number of international companies present in the area. Expats in Provo will further find that education, healthcare, finance and other services sectors are major sources of employment, with retail and leisure similarly employing a large number of residents. In order to get more information about working in Provo, expats should join InterNations where they can connect with other members of this growing online expat community in order to get useful information about the area and settle into their new homes quickly.

Brian Norris

"When first moving to Washington, D.C., I didn't know many people outside of the office. InterNations has changed that with some exciting events."

Caroline Stiles

"In such an international city such as Washington, D.C. InterNations holds great events for everyone to network and enjoy themselves."