Overall Niche Grade
- Public SchoolsB
- Crime & SafetyB-
- Good for FamiliesB+
- Cost of LivingD+
- Health & FitnessB+
- Outdoor ActivitiesA
Barrio Logan is a neighborhood in San Diego, California with a population of 4,259. Barrio Logan is in San Diego County and is one of the best places to live in California. Living in Barrio Logan offers residents an urban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Barrio Logan there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Barrio Logan and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in Barrio Logan are above average.
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Barrio Logan Reviews
Reslient. This community has a long history of advocacy for social justice, despite the systemic, institutionalized racism that has contributed to the environmental and economic disparity of its residents. Through culture, art, music and organization, Barrio Logan continues to flourish.
Barrio Logan has been my home for over 10 years. Although many people look down on this community for previous crime, drugs, and violence, I always feel at home walking around these streets. I have never seen another community with so much culture, pride, sense of identity, and this artistic. Barrio Logan is home to Chicano Park, in my opinion the nation’s best park. It's history is simply beautiful and the fact that a few strong residents of Chicano identity decided to stand up and fight. There is obviously room for improvements however. Barrio Logan is not invested in by the city as much as places like La Jolla where the privileged rich people live. In fact, we are often pushed aside and looked over by the local government, and our schools aren't funded as much as in other communities. Gentrification is another problem, but I have faith in society, and I believe that as a community, we will always fight for our rights and continue to shout so our voices are heard.
I like the fact that there is a park in the middle of the community, that serves as a place for people to meet. There is also a market where fresh tortillas and other treats are made. Recently, there had been the addition of a couple of microbreweries added to the community. People here support their local businesses, including restaurants, markets and fast food places.