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Old 08-30-2011, 04:44 PM
 
Location: St George Utah
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We are trying to find a great new place to live to escape the horrible winters of the Midwest and would love some suggestions.

We have no kids, love the red rocks and out door activities. Hate snow but don't want to be like fried sausages LOL. Low crime, lots of activity in the housing industry. Looking for up and coming towns.

Can deal with the lack of Nordstroms but Starbucks would be nice ~

In Oct. we plan on coming out to look around. Any pointers would be appreciated.

Leilani

I don't think there are any "up and coming towns" around here, using a basic definition of that phrase.

If you don't like snow, Washington County (St George area) & part of Kane County (Kanab area) are the only two counties (& specifically, you'd want the southern part of either county).

If you don't like high heat (Summer averages between 100 - 110) that rules out most of Washington County.

The best you could do -- using weather as the main factor, would be one of the small communities in Eastern Washington County like Springdale or Rockville -- usually about 10 degrees cooler in the Summer than St George, but with some, not a lot of snow & cold temps in the Winter.

Kanab, down in Kane County, is about the same though you'd experience more culture-shock there compared to Washington County.
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Old 08-30-2011, 05:49 PM
 
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^Good general information but the original post is 5 years old.
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Old 07-26-2020, 07:12 PM
 
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There are actually two Starbucks in cedar city, Utah. My brother lives in Cedar City and he loves it. I think cedar city gets between 48-52 inches of snow in the wintertime and right now it’s in the 90’s. So you receive more snow and sunshine. Cedar city is more liberal because it’s a college town. ������ St. George gets a lot hotter in the summer time right now it’s in the hundreds everyday and they get almost no snow. St. George is conservative and Mormon filled town.
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Old 08-04-2020, 06:12 PM
 
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How about Moab?
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