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St. George, UT is a growing city with a population of 92,875 and a population density of 1,202 people per square mile. It is situated in the southwestern part of Utah near the Arizona border and offers many local businesses, year-round outdoor activities, sporting events and organizations. Local businesses include the St. George Town Square Mall, an array of shops on Main Street as well as various eateries throughout the city. Year-round outdoor activities include camping visiting nearby national parks like Zion National Park or Snow Canyon State Park and other activities such as fishing, biking, and golfing at one of the five courses in St. George. Organizations such as The St. George Area Chamber of Commerce are working to make the community stronger and better for all its citizens. There are several local sporting events throughout the year such as youth sports leagues and college level tournaments featuring schools from around the area such as Dixie State University or College of Southern Nevada - Mesquite Campus among others that keep St. George active throughout the year!

The population in St. George is 92,875. There are 1,208 people per square mile aka population density. The median age in St. George is 37.9, the US median age is 38.4. The number of people per household in St. George is 2.9, the US average of people per household is 2.6.

Family in St. George
- 59.7% are married
- 10.1% are divorced
- 35.1% are married with children
- 11.1% have children, but are single
Race in St. George

- 80.7% are White
- 0.8% are Black
- 0.8% are Asian
- 0.9% are Native American
- 0.2% claim Other
- 13.0% claim Hispanic ethnicity
- 2.4% Two or more races
- 1.2% Hawaiian, Pacific Islander

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Very low paying jobs. Very few corporate companies you could have a career at. Very expensive housing. Very unaccepting of non mormons. A very lazy city hall that  More

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We recently moved here and this are our thoughts: - Landscape wise no doubts this is one of the most beautiful places we have been - Public spaces are very clean, well  More

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I have lived in St. George for 8 months and love it so far. I agree that there are not a lot of jobs and most have low pay so this may not be a good place if your  More

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