Moving to North Salt Lake
North Salt Lake, UT is more than just a cozy neighborhood 10 minutes outside of Salt Lake City. It’s a city within its own right, with a population of 18,753, eight gorgeous city parks more than 1,800 businesses and thousands of homes. The suburban feel offers an escape from city life, while the Wasatch Mountains in the background create a serene atmosphere you’ll fall in love with quickly.
If you’re moving to North Salt Lake, whether it’s from downtown SLC or across the country, trust Wasatch Moving Company to handle all your moving needs. Our professional team of movers and our commitment to honesty, friendliness and hard work will make your relocation experience easy, so you can focus on getting excited about your new home.
Wondering what it’s like to live in this SLC sister city? Here are some quick numbers to get you started. In North Salt Lake, the cost of living is approximately 5% higher than the national average, and 4% higher than the rest of Utah. The average home price in the area is $241,000, while renters can expect to pay just under $1,000 per month for a 1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment.
One great aspect of living in North Salt Lake is the close proximity to Salt Lake City, especially for professionals in the community. The access to jobs both in the local community and downtown means that residents make an average $71,758 per year, which is significantly higher than the state and national median household incomes.
Like much of Utah, there’s a large religious community in this district, made up mainly by followers of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. More than 85% of residents are religious, and of those, 77% are Mormon! The rest of the religious population is made up mostly of other Christian sects, with a very small percentage of folks following Eastern Faiths such as Hinduism.
If you choose to join this vibrant community, you’ll also have plenty of fun things to do in your free time! Utah is an awesome place to live if you love the outdoors. We’ve got nine ski lodges within 1 hour of the city, plus hundreds of miles of trails and parks, and of course, all the water activities you could want on Great Salt Lake. Plus, there are community events throughout the year to enjoy, like Second-Sunday Concerts, an annual 5K, and the Eaglewood Festival of Speed.