From mountain peaks packed with the Greatest Snow on Earth to magnificent red rock arches and canyons — and all the farms, towns, and urban areas in between — Utah, quite literally, has it all.
Catch the Life Elevated bug — ski one of our 15 world-class resorts, or restore your soul by wandering in one of our five iconic national parks.
Like Ty Burrell, Everett Ruess, Robert Redford, and Brigham Young (and 2.9 million more of us Utahns), you might just fall in love with the place, too.
We boast some stunning natural architecture, to be certain, but that goes hand in hand with our strong business environment to make Utah a great place to be.
Last year, Forbes ranked Utah #1 in its annual study of the Best States for Business.
For the last 7 years, Utah has been ranked #1 for economic outlook by the American Legislative Exchange Council.
Click here to see see an updated list of awards and accolade that show Utah is doing it right.
Utah is also proud of our work toward open records and transparency, public data, long-term planning, balanced budget, and citizen interface.
Some of your resources:
- Utah's Transparency Site
- Utah's Open Records/GRAMA Request Site
- Data.Utah.Gov — Utah's hub for publicly available data sets.
- The Taxpayer Receipt — Discover where your taxpayer dollars are going.
- Looking for a job? Check out Jobs.Utah.gov
- Utah Business Services
- Utah Senate Cloud
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