Provo apartments are periodically vacant all around town; you will find a variety of options in a lot of charming areas around the city. Soon you will have no trouble at all getting around like a local in Provo, your new city!
The residents of Provo have lots of transportation options from the Utah Transit Authority's extensive bus system to UTA's commuter rail service. Amtrak's Zephyr line provides service to the city with destinations to both Chicago and Emeryville, California on a daily basis. Provo International Airport offers daily flights on Allegiant Airlines to Phoenix, AZ, Oakland and Los Angeles California. For flights to other cities, the Provo resident can easily hop UTA's commuter rail service to Salt Lake City.
<p>BYU or Brigham Young University is the largest religious university in the United States, owned and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and is the third largest private university in the United States. It is also one of the most multi-lingual schools in the United States. Approximately 98% of BYU students are members of the LDS church. BYU's Cougars athletic teams compete in division 1 of the NCAA and have won 10 national championships.</p>
Provo City Library
<p>Built in 1892, the Provo City Library building was once the Brigham Young Academy and is featured on the National Register of Historic Places. The 16 million dollar facility contains more than 280,000 books, magazines and media. The Library also hosts summer reading programs, engagements for well-known authors, a literacy symposium and the popular "Fairy Tea" which is a formal tea party where young girls and some adults dress up as fairies.</p>
America's Freedom Festival
<p>America's Freedom Festival at Provo is held in conjunction with Independence Day. Past events have included the Stadium of fire, featuring artists such as Kelly Clarkson and Cirque de Soleil, the Freedom Run, a patriotic service, balloon launch and Grand Parade. In past years, the United States Department of Defense has broadcast parts of the festival to millions of servicemen and women serving abroad.</p>