American Fork, Utah
- Average Temperatures: 41° in January; 91° in July
- Schools: BYU and Utah Valley University
- Sports: NBA Utah Jazz
- Historical Fact: American Fork was settled by Mormon pioneers in the summer of 1850 and was incorporated in 1853.
- Population: (2012): 26,263
Where opportunity awaits
Blending small-town charm with booming job growth, American Fork boasts an affordable cost of living and unlimited outdoor activity—offering a quality of life rarely found anywhere else.
Cradled between lofty mountain peaks and scenic lake views, our 53,500 square-foot American Fork office offers an enviable location off I-15, just 30 miles from Salt Lake City and only 15 miles from Provo. From a dining area with fridges, microwaves and vending machines to recreational perks that include a ping pong table, TV, bike lockers/storage, shower room, our American Fork office offers all the amenities that make for an outstanding life-work balance.
Where things are going on
Nothing captures the spirit of the country more than American Fork. With unparalleled natural beauty, you can reach any of the 15 spectacular national parks, monuments, and recreational areas all within a half day’s drive of our American Fork office. Up for adventure? Travel the scenic Provo Canyon and explore cascading waterfalls at Bridal Veil Falls or hit the snow-capped slopes at Sundance Ski Resort. From hiking and rock climbing to biking and skiing, our American Fork office offers the perfect spot to explore all the natural wonders of the area.
Where community matters
With a long tradition of community service in the neighborhoods where we work and live, Fidelity is committed to making a difference in the American Fork area. The Fidelity Cares® program brings this to life with a primary focus on employee volunteer opportunities that help provide students and families with an educational foundation to attain personal and financial success.
In conjunction with Junior Achievement, our volunteers have participated in a Fidelity Job Shadow event that teaches the importance of financial planning to more than 60 students at a local high school. And to prove it’s never too early to start learning about business, Fidelity volunteers also participated in Junior Achievement’s Biz Town program to help elementary school students gain real-life experience in financial literacy and entrepreneurship.
Learn more about our community involvement