Recycling is a great way to help the environment and ensure that any hazardous materials are not lingering around in your house. Old scraps of metal, leftovers from building projects, and empty food and aerosol cans, will not only take up extra space in your home but also pose a threat to small children and pets. Salt Lake City’s curbside recycling is quite efficient in many ways, so don’t miss your chance to make a positive difference in the world.
Independence day is right around the corner but are you still not sure of what to do? Creating a fun-filled itinerary on this day is not going to be a hassle if you live in the Salt Lake Region. With 5K runs, firework shows, street music, parades and lots of food to go around, there is something for everyone to enjoy on Independence day. So if you are planning on switching things around a bit from last year’s barbecue, head out to one of the events on this list as you won’t regret it!
If you are looking to stray away from mainstream businesses and want to experience new cultures, minority-owned businesses can offer you the perfect opportunity. Salt Lake City is slowly enriching its palette with cultures from around the world that have many unique perspectives and products to offer. Check out this list of minority-owned businesses in the city that can revitalize your shopping experience.
Many of us will choose to take on a home remodeling project at some point in our homeownership journey. However, some projects do come with a better return on investment (ROI). Data from Remodeling’s Cost vs. Value Report for 2022 will give you a better idea of which projects to undertake.
Looking to let your dog off the leash? Whether you’re a local looking for a new place to check out or a newcomer wanting to explore your new home, Salt Lake has a park for you.
While this time of the year tends to be somewhat slower when it comes to real estate, Salt Lake County has continued its uptick through the first quarter. Since it’s still a seller’s market, this has continued to have a considerable impact on the number of homes available to potential buyers.
Just like a day trip to the dazzling Red Butte Canyon and spending exploring the Natural History Museum of Utah, brunch is also another one of those ubiquitous Salt Lake institutions that we love to take part in – either solo or with friends! From coffee and mimosas, to bacon and eggs and pancakes, if you’re looking for some of the best brunching hot spots in the state, why not give one of these five restaurants a try?
For many of us, donating to a local charity is something we may only think about during the holidays. However, there are several worthy charities right here in Vancouver that can use your help all year round.
Spring is in the air. Finally! That means our thoughts naturally turn to all of the great outdoor activities we’ll be doing soon including gardening. While it may be a bit too early to plant much outdoors this month, it’s definitely time to start planning our spring garden.
Will the housing market in Salt Lake continue to grow in 2022? If so, how much more growth can be sustained before another housing market bubble bursts? How far will interest rates rise over the year and how will we deal with a historic shortage of housing stock?