Salt Lake City Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Salt Lake City Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Salt Lake City for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,150/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Salt Lake City Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Sunrise at Holladay $4,460/month
Cottonwood Creek $2,850/month
The Wellington $3,565/month
Pacifica Senior Living Millcreek $2,695/month
The Ridge $3,000/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Legacy House of Bountiful Bountiful $3,050/month
Fairfield Village of Layton Layton $2,250/month
Sunrise of Sandy Sandy $4,660/month
Canyon Creek Senior Living Midvale $3,100/month
The Charleston at Cedar Hills Cedar Hills $2,550/month
Chancellor Gardens Clearfield $2,795/month
Carrington Court South Jordan $3,275/month
Apple Tree Assisted Living Kaysville $2,150/month
Golden Living Taylorsville Taylorsville $2,100/month
Heart and Home Assisted Living Centerville $2,200/month
Cottonwood Place Senior Living Holladay $3,395/month
RainTree Senior Living Syracuse $2,900/month
Highland Glen American Fork $2,350/month
Apple Village Assisted Living Layton $2,350/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by SeniorHomes.com 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 Salt Lake City Assisted Living Facilities

Sunrise at Holladay

Review by CaringReviewer138856

Consumer

My brother is in Sunrise at Holladay. It is excellent and better than others. The rooms are more than adequate. They have several activities. He is in hospice now, and they take him out once in the morning and once in the afternoon. They have everything on four floors of different kinds of amenities...

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Cottonwood Creek

Review by Jane

Consumer

My brother-in-law is at Cotton Creek. He's recovering, enjoying the food, taking part in the activities, and he's happy as a cloud. The marketing staff went above and beyond to get my brother in-law in. The billing staff was really good at explaining what the cost was. The food is good and he really likes it...

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Cottonwood Creek

Review by Gail

Consumer

I toured Cottonwood Creek, and we loved the atmosphere. It's very neat and clean, and we enjoyed the visit. The people living there were very happy and friendly, and they had a lot in common with my dad. They were great. There was a gentleman who brought in and played his piano...

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Cottonwood Creek

Review by KW

Consumer

Cottonwood Creek was nice and clean. The residents seemed to be pretty nice and the rooms were very big. The studio apartments were too small for me though. They have Bingo and different activities during the week. The staff was good and answered all my questions...

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The Wellington

Review by Visitor

Consumer

The staff member at The Wellington who assisted me during my visit was very professional, and I felt very comfortable with her. I liked the whole comfortable feel of the community, and it was so clean. Everybody was so friendly. The rooms were a little smaller than what I wanted.

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The Wellington

Review by Diana, daughter of 2 residents

Consumer

My parents moved into the Wellington at great expense and inconvenience after being promised that they offered full facilities and care so this would be their "last" needed move...

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Map of Salt Lake City Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Salt Lake City

The thriving capital and the largest city in Utah, Salt Lake City lies in the scenic Salt Lake Valley at the foot of the Wasatch Mountains. Home to the world headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints, the city is also Utah’s culture, arts, entertainment and recreation center. Honored by the United States Conference of Mayors with the 2010 Outstanding Achievement City Livability Award, assisted living in Salt Lake City is an ideal option for seniors.

Salt Lake City Attractions

Brimming with attractions and monuments from Utah’s only arboretum to cathedrals, national historic landmarks and a zoo, the rugged beauty surrounding Salt Lake City ensures that assisted living seniors will always have something amazing to do. Patrons of the performing arts will love being at the epicenter of Utah’s arts scene. The City is home to dance groups: Ballet West, Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company and Repertory Dance Theatre, as well as the Utah Opera Company, Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Utah Symphony which are only a short drive away from a community of assisted living in Salt Lake City.

Salt Lake City Senior Activities

For socializing, exercising and learning new skills, residents of assisted living in Salt Lake City can join one of the many senior centers located throughout the city. Activities vary at the different centers but seniors are always sure to find camaraderie, services and programs to keep them fit and healthy.

Salt Lake City Medical Facilities

Should a medical emergency arise, there are many hospitals available in the city and the surrounding suburbs. Residents of assisted living in Salt Lake City may be treated at Salt Lake Regional Medical Center, conveniently located in the heart of the city. One of the first hospitals in the area, Salt Lake Regional has been caring for area residents for more than a century. Equipped with the latest medical technology, the medical center is able to treat all types of emergencies as well as provide care in a variety of specialties. The Center’s Senior Clinic, staffed with physicians trained in geriatric medicine, provides care for the changing health needs of patients 55 and older.

Salt Lake City Transportation

Traveling in and around Salt Lake City is convenient with the Utah Transit Authority (UTA) bus and light rail systems. The Seniors On The Go program encourages seniors to stay mobile by teaching them how to use these public transit systems. With reduced senior fares, UTA is an economical transportation option for residents of assisted living in Salt Lake City. Salt Lake City’s many scenic and cultural attractions and amenities make assisted living in the city a popular choice for retirees. For more information about senior living communities in the area, please visit our Salt Lake City Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom.
Brimming with attractions and monuments from Utah’s only arboretum to cathedrals, national historic landmarks and a zoo, the rugged beauty surrounding Salt Lake City, assisted living residents will always have amazing things to do.
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