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When you hear the word Arizona, perhaps the first thing that will pop up into your mind is the Grand Canyon. However, the state is much more than that as it is rife with beautiful cities and sunny weather. There is also the Red Rock State Park if you fancy rugged formations. But if you want to call this state your new home instead of just a usual vacation spot, then read on to find out some of the best cities to live in this state.






The city is able to attract about 7 million visitors annually; all of which enjoy the many amenities found in the locale’s 70 resorts and hotels. There is also a late-night party atmosphere that is always happening in the city. Attractions include a 2 million-square-foot Scottsdale Fashion Square mall (for all your shopping needs), and the Tonto National Forest. There is also the famous Mayo Clinic which has placed one of their three major branches within Scottsdale.



This city is located adjacent to Mount Elden. It is also the home to the famous Lowell Observatory, the Northern Arizona University, and the U.S. Naval Observatory. The tourism sector in Flagstaff welcomes approximately 5 million visitors per year. Tourists and residents alike are able to access sites like that of the world famous Grand Canyon, the historic Route 66, and the Meteor Crater. The city is also home to Ponderosa pine trees which are abundantly located in the locale’s many public parks and trails.



Named as one of the fastest growing communities in America, Gilbert has a population that soars from 5,700 residents in 1980 to a whopping 230,000 today. This suburb of Phoenix has a diverse economy which is also home to two hospitals, many public parks, and the SanTan Village Mall.


Sierra Vista

Sierra Vista is Spanish for “mountain range view.” It is also nicknamed as the Hummingbird Capital of America. This is due to the Ramsey Canyon Reserve which draws out a lot of bird watchers from across the globe. This city’s largest employer is the Fort Huachuca Army Base. Amenities found in Sierra Vista include the Colorado River (which runs along the city).



If you’ve liked what you’ve just read and would want to move to any of the destinations above (or have a city in mind that you plan on moving to), then do get in touch with Golan’s Moving & Storage for all of your packing and relocating needs.

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