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Living in Springville, Utah:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Springville, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked six people living in Springville what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Springville is a modern city with an old time feel. Main Street is straight out of the 1920’s but filled with modern shops, banks, and stores. If you are moving to Springville you should simply know that you will be entering a tight-knit community that is always ready to help each other.

Joseph, says: 2020

Springville is a small but growing city located just south of a medium-sized metropolitan area. In recent years the city has grown quite a bit, with the addition of a new elementary school and recreation center to satisfy the needs of its growing population. Many new homes are being built near mine and several new businesses and restaurants have also come to this budding community recently.

Rachel, says: 2020

Springville is a commuter city. Many people work elsewhere on the Wasatch Front, but come home to our humble city. The area is growing considerably fast, yet there’s still fields and pastures. Springville City is within 20 minutes of two well known universities, a waterpark and at least three canyons.

Jessica, says: 2020

Springville is a wonderful town in the valley of the Wasatch mountains. Nearly everyone in Springville belongs to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, formerly known as the Mormons. Due to the close proximity to mountains, Springville rarely experiences fierce storms. While living in Springville you will need a car, as most stores are in neighboring cities.

Daniel, says: 2020

Springville is a beautiful city whose nickname is “Art City.” It has a suburb feel with more homes than businesses, and that helps keep traffic to a minimum. Springville has quick access to the highway and to the canyon. My favorite thing about living in Springville is the people, and they make this city feel like home.

Matthew, says: 2020

Springville is known as “Art City”, due to its famous Springville Art Museum, along the various art installments found throughout the town. It is a beautiful place, but the town is aging. We have had several retirement homes and a mortuary spring up the in the last few years, featured prominently on our Main Street.

Taylor, says: 2020

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