Crime & Safety
Angelica Town Reviews
Review Angelica Town
My hometown is pretty typical for a small town in Wisconsin. It's pretty rural and very flat, and corn fields upon corn fields and the scent of manure surround it. The people here, of course, are pretty closed minded and conservative. About half of the town's population are hunters and/or hardcore packer fans. I never was able to get into those things, so it's very hard for me to say that I like my hometown. Though, I do like how small and convenient it is, and all the small businesses on our little strip mall. I work at one of them, too: a cute little coffee shop called Coffee and Gifts. Nonetheless, there is so much more out there than just my little, rural hometown. That's why I can't wait to get out of high school and get out of this town so I can finally see what lies out there in this world.
There aren't a ton of major crimes like murder or rape happening in my hometown, but there has been some drug issues in the past. Also, in high school especially, there are tons of breaks outs where someone would just start a fight in the cafeteria. I'm just glad I wasn't there when it happened, but still, that makes me wonder what kind of people live here. It makes me question humanity and youth in general. Other than that, there aren't too much issues with crime, though because this is America I feel a bit unsafe walking about.
There are a few houses for sale, here and there, but not an extraordinary amount. Most buildings here accommodate families of multiple children. The cost of housing is reasonable. There really isn't a 'bad' area to reside, but if you don't want to be in town, find a place on the outskirts.