West Valley City Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Map of West Valley City Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in West Valley City

A suburb of Salt Lake City nestled in the Salt Lake Valley, West Valley City fought hard to become incorporated in 1980. With its own local government, the residents recreated a beautiful city with a tight-knit community and a strong commitment to bringing quality public services to its residents and businesses. The natural beauty of the Salt Lake Valley and the sense of community make assisted living in West Valley City an attractive option for seniors.

West Valley City Attractions

The Maverik Center arena, famous for being the venue of the 2002 Olympic Ice Hockey games, is now home to the Utah Grizzlies hockey team. When the Grizzlies are not on the ice, the Maverick becomes the entertainment center for the Salt Lake Valley with events such as musical concerts and dance performances. Shopping at the Valley Fair Mall is convenient and simple with over 120 specialty stores, including Macy’s, J.C. Penney and Costco. With a food court, great restaurants and CineMark movie theater's seniors movie days, residents of assisted living in West Valley can find whatever they need in one location.

West Valley City Senior Activities

Pete Harman, founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken, donated his childhood home to the City to be used as a senior center. In 1989 the renovated home became the Harman Senior Recreation Center and offers seniors 60 and older a comfortable place to socialize, play, learn and stay healthy. A variety of activities such as painting, crafts, exercise, movies, field trips, screening services and other programs are free or have a nominal charge. Residents of assisted living in West Valley are offered free transportation to and from the center.

West Valley City Medical Facilities

Residents of assisted living in West Valley have excellent medical care readily available should an emergency arise. Pioneer Valley Hospital, located right in the city, has one of the busiest emergency rooms in the state and is able to handle any major medical emergency. In its commitment to providing excellent care to its patients, the hospital offers Senior Advantage activities to help seniors 50 and older to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

West Valley City Transportation

Seniors On The Go keeps residents of assisted living in West Valley stay mobile by using the Utah Transit Authority bus system. With discounted daily and monthly fares, help in planning trips and how to use the bus, seniors will find using the bus easy, convenient and economical. Offering its residents the amenities of a large city and a commitment to quality public services, West Valley City is an attractive option for senior living. For more information about local assisted living options, visit our West Valley City Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom. Back to Top