Riverton is a prime location to live, work and play in Utah’s Salt Lake Valley. Families enjoy a safe and fulfilling quality of life in Riverton. The city boasts an exceptional school system, a culture of service, committed leadership, and abundant opportunities for community involvement and recreation. Events such as the annual Town Days celebration, family-oriented holiday celebrations and many others make Riverton a fulfilling hometown destination.
Riverton is an excellent location for recreational activities of all kinds. The city has 33 community parks and is home to the iconic Old Dome Meeting Hall at Riverton City Park. The city is also is home to Riverbend Golf Course, the CR Hamilton Sports Complex, the South County Pool and provides excellent access to the Jordan River Parkway Trail. A variety of successful recreation programs are offered in the city, including adult sports and youth sports.
Businesses enjoy a thriving economic environment. With a population of nearly 45,000, the city is part of one of the fastest growing regions in the United States. The combined population of Riverton and directly adjacent cities is well over 200,000. Businesses of all types have opportunity to flourish in Riverton and take advantage of new plans for continued growth in the coming years. With convenient access to I-15, Bangerter Highway, Mountain View Corridor and Redwood Road, businesses have easy access to customers and a skilled workforce.
In addition to an array of restaurants, retail shopping, and business services, Riverton is home to Primary Children’s Outpatient Center and the Intermountain Riverton Hospital, which has been named as one of the Top 100 Hospitals in the country by Truven Health Analytics. The city is also home to Mountain View Village, an exciting 94-acre mixed-use development, and the Riverton Office Building, world headquarters of the Information and Communication Services Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.