Our clinic has a goal to make our community strong, empowered, and healthy through delivering healthcare services, health education, and vital resources to all residents, regardless of ability to pay. As a Community Health Center, Creek Valley Health Clinic is pleased to offer a robust line of medical, dental, behavioral health, and enabling services to the community. Explore Creek Valley Health Clinic.
Creek Valley Health Clinic has clinics located in Washington County.
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Learn more about living in the red sandstone, lava flowing, cliff and canyon covered, cottonwood-lined streams and rivers, rolling dry country that is Washington County!
Living in Washington County
Entertainment and Attractions
Located in the southwest corner of Utah, Washington County/Greater Zion offers more than 2,400 square miles of adventure and inspiration. Zion National Park, four state parks, and a multitude of year-round recreational lands set the stage for a burgeoning mountain biking scene, some of the best off-highway vehicle riding in the country, scenic and challenging play at 14 top-rated golf courses, world-class cultural performances at Tuacahn Center for the Arts, and so much more. Discover Washington County.
The median property value in Washington County was $306,900 in 2020, with the homeownership rate at 70.2%. People in Washington County have an average commute time of ~18 minutes. Learn more about Washington County housing and living here and explore local rental properties and homes for sale here.
Poverty Rate 9.96%
Median Household Income $61,747
Median Age 37.7
Washington School District At-A-Glance
District size: 54 schools
Enrollment: 36,992 students
Graduation Rate: 93% (Top 20% in UT)
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), UT Dept. of Education
Learn more about Washington County schools.