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Beacon Falls is such a great town! I love going to school there, and it's so easy to commute. There isn't much "nightlife" per say, but there is always something fun to do. They have lots of carnivals and festivals, including there amazing duck race sponsored by the Lions club. It's always a great place to just walk around and explore if you have the time.
I like that it had a good school system and was a good location overall. However, there was nothing to do in town, except go to the local pizza shop or recreation center. This however makes the town very homey.
Safe and quiet area. Not much to do around the area though. Many young people moving out, making the school small where everyone knows everyone. If you are looking for quiet neighborhood, this is the place.
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This is a very small town that is pretty quiet. The High school is relatively new and because of that its quite nice. There is almost no crime in this town either.
Beacon Falls is my hometown and I love the small town mentality here. The people are always friendly and even though it's not a huge town, there are plenty of things to do here. From walking on the path around Toby's Pond, playing in the fields at the rec, or even stopping for a delicious dinner at New Harvest, there is so much to enjoy.
Beacon Falls is a small town that I often complain about because I am young and there is essentially nothing "fun" to do without having to travel a few miles out to the nearby towns. However, I do have to give my hometown some credit because it really was a good place to grow up. It's a safe town, I could walk all over the place and not feel in danger in any way (other than walking around a curve and not knowing if a car was going to come...). The school system, Region 16, is actually pretty good. I really liked the majority of teachers I had and knew. The sports are built up because what else is there to do in a small town, so I did participate in rec and travel sports which were fun and exciting and gave me something to look forward to. I made a lot of friends through sports and made the summers really fun. Beacon Falls is a pretty good place to live and have a home, all in all.
The police in this small town are very responsive to the little crime we have. Most of our crime consists of running red lights and coasting through a stop sign. Beacon Falls has their crime completely under control and the chances of crime are extremely low.
I love living in a small town and being part of a tight-knit community with childhood friends and families that I have shared memories with over the past 18 years of my life. I wouldn't trade living in Beacon Falls for the world. If I could do it all over, I'd pick the same house and the same neighborhood friends I grew up with. I have enjoyed living in a small town and hope that in my future I could start my own family in Beacon Falls, and if not, it a town very similar.
It's a small town and a small community. Every one knows each other. I would not choose t live here because there is nothing to do. Taxes are increasing so this area is very expensive for new home buyers. It is mainly adults who have children and elderly people.
High taxes kept businesses away
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Average food and drinks. Not a lot of variety. Not a lot of diverse food options.
I would chose anywhere else to live. This area is quite boring.
The community is not very involved. There are not a lot of events in this area.
There is not a lot of crime in my area.
There is not a lot of variety of shops or restaurants.
There is a lot of diversity however people are not happy or friendly.
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Reaction time of police is average although sometimes they do not even show up in some cases.
There are not a lot of available transportation modes. Transportation is only provided in big cities.
The nature scene in Connecticut is nothing above average but its simplicity and natural beauty give it a rate of 3 out of 5. The beaches are not overcrowded and the sand, although not picture-pierfectly white, and the water, although not crystal blue, are not polluted. There are many parks and forrests in CT. Some outdoor activities include hiking, mountain bike riding, amusement parks, or boating.
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