Spanish Fork Happenings May 2024
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May 2024 - Spanish Fork Happenings

Spanish Fork Spring Clean Up is going on right now until May 11th! To get more information and your vouchers for the transfer station, go here:

If all goes according to plan, Dutch Bros is having their grand opening on Friday, May 3rd and is located at 193 E 1000 N Spanish Fork in the Macey’s grocery shopping center parking lot.

The shopping center by the Neighborhood Walmart has a few empty business spots.  The leasing agent said that an Indian restaurant and a Little Caesars would be coming to the development.  As soon as I hear any more information, I’ll be sure to update you.

Spanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting a “Battle of the Forks” pickleball tournament on May 11th and the winners will advance to the championship on May 18th!  For all the details, check out their website:

Food Truck Fridays are back!  Every Friday from 5-8:30pm at the City Park (49 S Main Street).  There will be movies in the park as well as a new event, Sounds of Summer.  Look for more information in next month’s newsletter regarding that event.

Chase Bank is currently under construction at 1352 N Canyon Creek Pkwy in the Lowe’s shopping center.

SFCN (Spanish Fork Community Network) is having a ribbon cutting on May 9th at 1pm for their new building located across the street from their old building at 65 S 630 W Spanish Fork.

Spanish Fork City’s Health and Wellness Fair is on Saturday, May 18th at the Sports park starting with a fun run for the whole family at 8:30am and booths, prizes and food begin at 9am.  This is a free event!

In real estate news, mortgage interest rates have climbed up again, although they tend to change from one day to the next. The Feds meet at the end of May and we will see if they feel like inflation is under control.  Meanwhile, you would think the real estate market would slow down but it’s only gaining momentum!  Sellers have to be aware that buyers are asking for money towards closing costs or to buy down their interest rate.  Pricing your home correctly and having the right expectations is key to getting your home sold.  Many sellers are equity rich and have opted to cash in on that equity and make the move now before bidding wars are in full swing.  If rates drop even a little bit, I fully expect to see many buyers enter the market.  If you’re curious how much equity you have in your home, please reach out for a FREE market analysis of your home!