Far More Than Just a State, Utah is a State of Mind

Sculpted by wind, water and time, Utah's landscape is the perfect canvas for everyday living adventure and beauty. From The Mighty Five National Super Parks – Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef and Zion– to the Wasatch Mountain's Greatest Snow on Earth.

With so many options for outdoor adventure, Utahns consider themselves outdoor adventure experts.

It is no surprise that the incredibly scenic nature of the Wasatch Mountains region has led to the development of some of the most legendary ski resorts in America like Snowbird, Alta and Park City, a resort town that famously hosts the internationally acclaimed Sundance Film Festival every January and is home to three world-class resorts.

Rich in history

The Ivory Ridge Community is located in Lehi City, the northernmost part of Utah County, and is less than an hour away from Salt Lake City, the state’s capital.

Salt Lake City is centered around the LDS Temple Square, headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the “Mormons”) and site of its majestic temple and tabernacle, with its massive dome and renowned choir.

Utah locals never have trouble finding fun things to do in the Salt Lake City Metropolitan area.

Top attractions include dozens of museums, rock, symphony and opera concert venues, world-class ballet, theaters, professional sports teams hosted in exceptional sports arenas , and trendy shopping neighborhoods . The diverse restaurant scene draws from a wide range of influences, from down-tempo Mexican to chic, romantic spots for all types of specialty foods, from imported to locally-made.

A Passion For Learning

A pivotal plus for the area is the state’s historically-focused interest in education with three major universities nearby including the University of Utah in Salt Lake, Utah Valley University in Orem and the LDS Church’s private, non-profit research college, Brigham Young University in Provo. The resulting intellectual climate sparks camaraderie in joint educational projects as well as rousing state-wide, sports team competition rivalry.

Adventures are just beginning

Welcome to Utah and the Ivory Ridge Community -- where memories are made and experiences forged.

To Contact the Ivory Ridge Homeowners Association, please call the CCMC Utah Office at 801-679-2256.
In the event of an after hour HOA emergency call 602-234-9288.

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