They say nothing bad ever happens in Utah, but not much good happens there, either. At first glance, you might assume it's a fairly boring and uneventful state. Milquetoast, even. Cedar Hills is here to challenge that perception, though, being one of the best places to live you could ever hope for.
Living in Cedar Hills might not be some kind of party (given the amount of amenities in the city is a bit lacking), but it's got plenty of charm and great factors that make it a perfect choice for settling down. The crime rate is low, the graduation rate is high, and there's plenty of lucrative jobs available. Home values are also fairly high, too, though cost of living is predictably high as a result. There's even a robust public transit system to help you get around without using a car.
As you'd expect, there's plenty of standard shops and stores like McDonald's to be found, but also some more interesting places to visit like Crochet by Allie. There are also dozens of beautiful parks and green spaces across the whole city.