Big Draws for Business
Published On: September 10, 2015 Posted by: Ellen Plante
Washington County has a highly productive, dependable labor force with diverse skills. The greater St. George are features a mild, snow-free climate; redundant fiber optic voice and data communications; interstate transportation; proactive, business-friendly government; and a four-year accredited state college in a recreational paradise offering some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. Retail growth has been robust as the area population grows and visitation increases.
With over 40 years of some of the highest growth rates in the nation and annual visitors numbering in the millions,m the St., George area is the primary metropolitan retail area for all of Southern Utah, Eastern Nevada and Northern Arizona. The Tri-State trade area relies on St. George, Washington and Hurricane cities for the most amenities.
Lifestyle, moderate cost of living and cost of doing business, infrastructure, work force and climate put all the elements in place for a resilient economic future.The synergy of supportive local government, plus skilled design and construction teams, allow a company to go from concept to completion in the shortest time possible.