Sandy is the sixth-largest city in Utah and, as such, has a great selection of restaurants, shops, and schools.

Welcome to Sandy

An up-and-coming city with a vibrant community

Sandy, Utah, is a thriving town 18 miles south of Salt Lake City. Home to more than 87,000 people, Sandy is the sixth-largest city in Utah and, as such, has a great selection of restaurants, shops, and schools. Nature enthusiasts love taking advantage of Sandy’s hiking trails, ski access, and fitness facilities, while business professionals are grateful for the many self-care services and fine dining spots found in and around downtown.

Sandy provides residents with a lively, upscale feel, with gorgeous estates that encompass a variety of designs. Sandy’s lodge-style homes pair perfectly with its mountainside location. The city is also known for its classic ranch and traditional-style homes, as well as its lovely Colonials. The hospitable community and fun yearly events combine to make Sandy one of the best places to live in the Beehive State.

What to Love


Local Lifestyle

Locals love the dense suburban feel that Sandy has to offer along with its great mix of shopping, outdoor activity, and entertainment. To top it off, the city has excellent schools and access to fantastic ski resorts just outside of town. Between the beautiful views and the endless supply of fun at your fingertips, the community draws a blend of nature lovers, retirees, professionals, and families, making Sandy a diverse and inclusive place to call home.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

The best restaurants in Sandy start with La Caille, an upscale French restaurant on Wasatch Boulevard that features a rotating seasonal menu and impeccable hospitality. Carvers Steaks and Seafood is another high-end eatery with a rustic, lodge-like atmosphere, while Slackwater is a laid-back spot for live music and classic bar fare and pizza.

In addition to bars like Slackwater, the city has the Hale Center Theater, a cozy venue that puts on Broadway-caliber productions and provides youth and adolescent educational programming. The Sandy Amphitheater is the other main entertainment venue in town. An open-air outdoor venue, the amphitheater hosts concerts, plays, musicals, and comedy performances against a stunning mountain backdrop.

For shopping, there are the Shops at South Town, which feature retailers. In addition to retail shops, South Town has a number of restaurants and services, from the Salt City Sweet Shop to the Sanctuary Day Spa and Salon. They also have well-known staples for their active and wilderness-oriented guests.

Things to Do

There’s no shortage of things to do in Sandy, from spending an afternoon at the
Dimple Dell Recreation Center to taking part in the annual Sandy Balloon Festival. The former is a premier recreation center with swimming, fitness equipment, summer camps, art workshops, and youth sports teams. The latter is a yearly hot air balloon event centered around a 5K footrace. Residents can volunteer to take part in the early morning balloon launches, the evening glow event, or race in the 5K.
The Sandy Museum features local history and artwork, while the Willow Creek Country Club invites members to spend a day on their 7,000-yard championship golf course at the foot of the Wasatch Mountains. Or there’s the Pebblebrook Golf Course and the River Oaks Course. For wintertime recreation, Sandy is 12 miles from the Snowbird Ski Resort. There’s also the Alta Ski Area, which is a 30-minute drive east of town.


The beautiful city of Sandy, Utah is served by the
Canyons School District.

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