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Sports & Fitness Center

Ranked among the healthiest cities in the nation, our community enjoys impressive trail, canyon and river networks that lead right from downtown into the Wasatch Front. While downtown is at the doorstep of a magnificent part of the Rocky Mountain Range, it lacks a major community recreation center. Downtown needs a sports and fitness center to serve the growing number of people who live, work and play downtown. This important public space includes a public gymnasium with swimming pools, tennis courts, basketball courts, running track, and outdoor recreation for resident and visitors of all ages and backgrounds.