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r Canyon Self-Storage of Spanish Fork held its Grand Opening on May 16. This is a Class A locally-owned and operated facility with 546 units available for the needs of the community. After a brief welcome from Sheila Hansen, one of Canyon Self-Storage owners, lunch was served to all in attendance.

Julie Ashton and Heather Youd of the Spanish Fork/Salem Area Chamber of Commerce, along with Chamber Vice President Wendy Osborne (also with Tabitha’s Way), were in attendance along with several other members of the Chamber, and Zoning and Planning Commission. All were supportive throughout the planning and building process. Other leaders from local businesses came to support the Grand Opening, as well as many neighbors and friends in the community.

Tours of the facility were also provided. Canyon Self-Storage has units as small as 5×5 feet and up to 14×50 feet with the larger units being tall enough to house boat and RV storage as well. There are also temperature controlled units which are available for storing furniture, antiques, office records, or anything that needs to be kept out of extreme heat and cold. Canyon has 24-hour video security, and was built with the new growth of Mapleton, Spanish Fork, Springville, Elk Ridge, and Woodland Hills in mind. The facility is located at 3663 E Highway 6, right before the wind mills at the mouth of the canyon, making them very close and convenient for the community.

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