Overall Niche Grade
- Public SchoolsA+
- Crime & SafetyA-
- Good for FamiliesA+
- Cost of LivingC
- Health & FitnessA+
- Outdoor ActivitiesA
Lloyd Harbor is a suburb of New York City with a population of 3,676. Lloyd Harbor is in Suffolk County and is one of the best places to live in New York. Living in Lloyd Harbor offers residents a rural feel and most residents own their homes. In Lloyd Harbor there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Residents of Lloyd Harbor tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Lloyd Harbor are highly rated.
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Lloyd Harbor Reviews
Sounds like the 1 Star rating is sour grapes. I’ve been a resident of Lloyd Harbor for almost 20 yrs. It’s an amazing place to live and raise a family. Beautifully manicured homes, wonderful schools, privacy, beaches, woods, and I assure you NO drug dealers! If you can find a “run down” area I’ll take my review down! Residents love their privacy but this is still a close community. Not many places better to live. It’s expensive but money well spent on a great quality of life.
There is no crime in this town. The cops are very responsive, and every home is well equipped with alarm systems.
This is the best town to raise a child, because they get to understand how hard a person has to work to get where they are.