Referred to as the "City Between the Canyons," Cottonwood Heights is one of Utah's most unique communities. A gateway to numerous recreational options, Cottonwood Heights is the perfect place for families who like to lead an active lifestyle. Numerous parks, complete with plenty of biking and hiking trails, give families lots of ways to unwind after a hard day's work. To go along with the beautiful parks, a number of golf courses are also located nearby. Because of this, more and more retirees are choosing to go west and call this community home.
A city rich in history, this area has many historic buildings that give residents a glimpse into the life of yesteryear. Combining the best of today with its historical past, Cottonwood Heights lets its residents enjoy a lifestyle not often found in today's world. Numerous festivals are held throughout the year, letting everyone come together for good times with neighbors, friends, and family. Whether it's the annual Easter Egg Hunt, Bark in the Park, or Butlerville Days, there is little doubt the community provides fun for all ages.
As more families choose to move to Cottonwood Heights, the result has been an economic boom for the area and state. Construction of new homes has been done at a rapid pace, allowing families to choose from many new homes that offer unique architecture as well as many of today's most popular amenities. To make these homes even more attractive to prospective buyers, neighborhoods have been built near local shopping, dining, and entertainment options. For those residents who like to shop local, there are plenty of shops along Main Street that offer unique options in clothing, furnishings, and much more.
With education being such an integral part of the community, many residents spend quality time together with their children at the Whitmore Library. Known for its many program offerings on a variety of subjects, the library is a community gathering place that families enjoy each and every day. As more people choose to call Cottonwood Heights home, there's no doubt it will become one of Utah's most popular destinations.