- Suburb of San Diego, CA
Chula Vista Reviews
Rating 4.03 out of 5 744 reviews
I grew up here and I would not trade it for any other experience. A lot of growth in this community throughout my time here and it is still continuing with multiple developmental projects such as the Bayfront renovations and Millennia community. It is a great place to raise a family and create life-long friendships. The morning commute can be rough depending on what time you leave but the ability to drive to a body of water within 5-20 minutes depending on where you go is an underrated luxury.
I love the diversity of San Diego. I love that I can grab authentic Mexican food at one place, and just a block down I can get authentic Mandarin food as well. I love my queer identity is excepted by so many down here. I am only 15 minutes away from San Diego's best beaches and a short hour's drive to our mountains. Here the streets and the sky sing, and the towns aren't made of paper.
A great neighborhood, nice homes and nearby necessities such as stores, facilities, etc. However some areas are high in crime. Low traffic area.
It is a very nice neighborhood. On the East, there is Otay Ranch which is full of nice trees, and Otay Ranch plaza which is very fun to be at. On the West you have the third street which is full of nice restaurants, furthermore, Chula Vista is full of Mexican restaurants which are really good.
What I like about Chula Vista is that it is a great suburb to grow up in. The people are quiet, respectful, and family-friendly. Another great thing about Chula Vista is that it is just a drive away from popular destinations/attractions in the Greater San Diego Area. If you ever get tired of the suburban lifestyle, the city is only 20 minutes away. However, one thing I would like to see is more development of shopping centers and restaurants. Chula Vista has a lot of open space available for development, so it would be great to see new additions to the city for the people living in the area.
I love the community of mostly Latino people making it feel very homey. I also love the diversity in the neighborhoods and how safe it feels. However, I would change certain streets to be double lane because traffic builds up so much on very transited streets.
Chula Vista is the only place I've lived, but it is probably one of the nicest places I've been to. The location is perfect, as everything most people would want to do, such as amusement parks, the beach, or even the mountains, is just a drive away. The weather is also perfect most of the time, extreme temperatures are rare. Chula Vista also has good schools and activities. There are many sports for children to play, and many activities and programs for them to do after school or over the summer. There isn't much I would change except for prices, as housing and gas prices are generally on the higher side.
Chula Vista is filled with amazing schools and is located in an area with many opportunities. It is filled with different cultures and diversity. There are always new experiences within Chula Vista.
It is a very safe neighborhood and offers jobs and opportunities that will help me through my college expenses.
What I like about Chula Vista is that it has both weathers of cold and warm, sometimes even hot. Also, it is close to the border, so I can go visit my family over in Tijuana. I love going to school here because it is so different compared to others schools.
A very diverse small town in San Diego County, but it's charming. This town is so close to shopping malls, restaurants, the beach.
I love Chula Vista. The environment is very well taken care of. Is it a beautiful area and I would recommend anyone to come and visit.
Chula Vista is a city that gives one the possibility of enjoying their own life while achieving success. This is because the affordability, job opportunities, as well as the healthy living in this area is excellent. Each street in this community is very well secured the twenty four hours of the day. Public schools provide a vast amount of opportunities for the leaders of tomorrow. In general, Chula Vista is a great city to live in. Whether you are a senior citizen, parent, student, teacher, health care worker or any other, this city includes each and every individual in the community, making this city to be perfect for everyone.
Chula Vista is a very quiet area for the most part. At time, some things might happen but I feel that it is like any other location. It's a comfortable area that has a lot of stores and restaurants that are close to one another. Bonita Vista and Southwestern are around the area, which is a good opportunity for education. It's very compacted, and everything that you need is available to you here.
Chula vista is a nice area, the only complaint I have is the gentrification that is taking place out here- although since I do live in the suburbs I am contributing to it as well.
Chula Vista is a lovely suburb of the larger and grand San Diego. Chula Vista has a lot of charm, and the diversity of the area increases the locals love for it. Many locally own food and coffee places are scattered about. Head west and the beach is right there. Heading east there is the lovely Otay Lake, and many safe outings, restaurants, and shops.
As a resident of Chula Vista, parks and gardens are all within 2-5 minute walking distance. New housing development, along with booming restaurants and go to markets make this surburban lifestyle an optimal choice. With easy access to toll road 125 freeway, easy commute to and from destinations. Beautifully landscaped with excellent schools such as High Tech High, which immediate family members of mine have attended. I for one, enjoy being Chula Vista Resident as countless others!