Provo Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Provo Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Provo for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,438/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Provo Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Courtyard at Jamestown Assisted Living $2,500/month
Cove Point Retirement $2,250/month
Provo Assisted Living $2,800/month
Legacy Village of Provo $2,500/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Legacy House of South Jordan South Jordan $3,439/month
Bel Aire Senior Living American Fork $2,595/month
The Charleston at Cedar Hills Cedar Hills $2,550/month
The Wentworth at Draper Draper $3,900/month
The Wentworth at Willow Creek Sandy $3,250/month
Alta Ridge Assisted Living - Sandy, UT Sandy $2,800/month
Carrington Court South Jordan $3,450/month
Manila Country Home Pleasant Grove $1,800/month
Lake Ridge Senior Living Orem $2,135/month
Beehive Homes of Spanish Fork Spanish Fork $2,200/month
Beehive Homes of Payson Payson $2,300/month
Beehive Homes of Salem Salem $2,200/month
Highland Glen American Fork $2,595/month
Hearthstone Manor Spanish Fork $2,500/month
Country Lane Santaquin Santaquin $2,500/month
Country Lane Payson Payson $2,000/month
Legacy House of Spanish Fork Spanish Fork $2,795/month
The Sheridan at South Jordan South Jordan $2,950/month
The Wentworth at Coventry Salt Lake City $2,995/month
Summerfield Retirement Orem $2,250/month
Coventry at Cottonwood Heights Salt Lake City $2,950/month
Osmond Senior Living in Lindon Lindon $2,395/month
Riverway Assisted Living and Memory Care South Jordan $2,950/month
Alta Ridge Memory Care Sandy Sandy $3,600/month
Assisted Living of Orem Orem $2,200/month
Covington Senior Living Orem $3,500/month
Harmony Hills Lehi $2,900/month
Beacon Crest Senior Living Draper $3,900/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by is subject to change without notice. This data is for informational purposes only and may contain inaccuracies. Your actual senior living costs may vary depending on your personal situation.
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Reviews of Provo Assisted Living Facilities

My dad has been in Courtyard since the end of April, and for the most part, we're happy with it. The staff is nice, the food is excellent, and they have a lot of activities for the residents, including trips to different places...

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Courtyard at Jamestown Assisted Living

Review by Neil


I was very impressed with Courtyard at Jamestown. It was extremely nice. My mother was very impressed also. The staff seemed very capable and ready to take care of all the people that live there. They have anything a person would want...

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Courtyard at Jamestown is a first-rate place and that's where we probably want to go. It's really well managed. We were very impressed. There were a lot of amenities. We have three friends that are there and the way they serve their food, the activities they have, and the living environment is just really first rate...

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Information About Assisted Living Facility in Provo

Named the “Least Stressful” mid-sized city in 2005 in a Sperling’s Best Places survey, the City of Provo lies in the lush Utah Valley fronting the rugged Wasatch Mountain Range. Just 43 miles from Salt Lake City, Provo has grown into a prosperous business center with strong family values and safe neighborhoods. Assisted living in Provo offers a comfortable and safe quality of life for its seniors.

Provo Attractions

To enrich the mind and soul, there are many museums, galleries and performing arts companies available to residents of assisted living in Provo. The Covey Center for the Arts, home to the Utah Valley Symphony Orchestra, also stages live performances by the Utah Regional Ballet, Chorale and musical celebrities. Provo is home to the main campus of Brigham Young University (BYU) which is home to a museum of art, performing arts center and the Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum. Both students and seniors can root for the BYU Cougars at a variety of sporting events throughout the year.

Provo Senior Activities

Seniors enjoying assisted living in Provo head to the Eldred Senior Center to use exercise equipment, have their blood pressure checked or take an AARP driving safety class. They can also socialize with other seniors 55 and older at monthly birthday parties, weekly Bingo or lunch. Many classes are available year round to help seniors learn something new, cultivate a new hobby or keep fit. The Center also lets seniors explore Provo on one of the many short day trips offered. All activities are provided at no cost or for a small fee.

Provo Medical Facilities

Should the need for emergency medical care arise, the Utah Valley Medical Center operates the county’s only 24/7 Emergency Department and Trauma Service. With Life Flight, the Center’s medical helicopter, patients may be quickly transported or specialized medical equipment and personnel flown into the Center. A regional hospital, the Medical Center also provides residents of assisted living in Provo specialty care in diabetes management, heart care, cancer treatment and more.

Provo Transportation

The Seniors On The Go program gives seniors enjoying assisted living in Provo a convenient and safe way to get around the City and the Wasatch Front. Offering discounted daily and monthly rates for transportation to many popular shopping malls, medical centers and entertainment centers, the Utah Transit Authority public transportation system is easy to use and offers special education classes and trip planning services to seniors. Provo boasts of an enviable quality of life for retirement living. For more information on local senior living communities, visit our Provo Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom. Back to Top