City of Provo, UT
Provo is located in Utah County in Utah. The median income is $40,288 and the median home value is $210,300. The unemployment rate is 8.38% compared to 7.9% for the U.S. as a whole. Workers commute an average of 16.7 minutes each day. The population is 87.4% White, 0.7% Black, 0.9% American Indian, 2.6% Asian, and 8.4% identify as some other race or ethnicity. For more on the schools, healthcare, and getting around in Provo, see each of the tabs below. For those people interested in the walkability of a community, Provo has a Walk Score® of 46.
Median Household Income$40,288
Median Home Price$210,300
The latest jewel in Provo’s art community is the Covey Center for the Arts. Since opening in October 2007, the center already has conducted more than 40 major events as well as outreach programs and art gallery exhibits. The 42,000 square-foot center includes a performance hall with 670 seats. In addition to symphony performances and art exhibits, visitors may enjoy theater, dance, and a variety of classes and workshops.
Satisfying the culinary tastes of a university town means making sure there's a extensive menu of dining options. It starts with regional chains such as Five Buck Pizza, home of free, unlimited toppings or Hogi Yogi, where the partnership of sandwiches and frozen yogurt results in a satisfied stomach.
Nature beckons in Provo, where outdoor activities abound. But with a vibrant nightlife, unique shopping destinations and plenty of locally sourced eateries, townies who visit find plenty to occupy their time as well. Recreation
From golf to horseback riding and skiing to tennis, Provo provides ample opportunity for families to get out and enjoy the fresh mountain air. Uinta National Forest