Arroyo Chico is a neighborhood in Tucson, Arizona with a population of 7,413. Arroyo Chico is in Pima County and is one of the best places to live in Arizona. Living in Arroyo Chico offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Arroyo Chico there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals and retirees live in Arroyo Chico and residents tend to lean liberal. The public schools in Arroyo Chico are highly rated.
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Arroyo Chico Reviews
There is a lot of crime in Tucson, and particularly around one of the nicer parks in the town, which is disappointing. The combination of gangs and racial division leads to a somewhat tense atmosphere. Tucson has it's shining moments. It's certainly more liberal than much of the state, and the living costs are incredibly low compared to the rest of the country. The "vibe" of downtown and the 4th Avenue district are fun and welcoming, and the Second Saturday events are fun for the whole family. It depends on what you want to sacrifice for. I personally do not like living here, but much of that has to do with the heat. It is excruciatingly hot outside. Be forewarned
Our car has been stolen from out front yard while we were home. Everyone I know carried a knife or something in order to protect themselves. Tucson is very poor, and our public education has never been the best. Many students turn to gangs after high school. The gang presence is bad enough that teenagers are banned from the malls in groups larger than two. Most people do not trust the police to help, in fact they are almost more afraid of the police than the gangs. It doesn't feel safe here, unless you are in the Foothills or the nicer areas of town.
There is crime. However, unless you live in the southside, you hardly experience it.