Little Blue Valley is a neighborhood in Kansas City, Missouri with a population of 35,581. Little Blue Valley is in Jackson County and is one of the best places to live in Missouri. Living in Little Blue Valley offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Little Blue Valley there are a lot of parks. Many young professionals and retirees live in Little Blue Valley and residents tend to have moderate political views. The public schools in Little Blue Valley are above average.
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Little Blue Valley Reviews
Kansas City, it is a great place to live. It is very diverse, some parts of Kansas City have a high crime rate, but now the city is working hard to build back up those violent neighborhoods. It is also a great place to live at any age because it is so big there is a place for everyone. For example I live on the boarder of Kansas City by Lee's Summit. There are many kids in my neighborhood and we all go to Lee's Summit schools because they rank higher. That is convenient that Kansas City is so big, but does not limit the kids to go to school there. This helps draw in wealthier families that will keep the neighborhoods looking nice.
The safety in my area is average. Yes, each state experiences difficulty in crime each and everyday of the week. My street is pretty quiet but a couple of months ago my neighbor had a break in but again things happen. I am very fortunate that my street has three cops that protect the people of 63rd street:) Trust having a police officer as a father means me more assurance that I am protected.
Crime is increasing every where. There are no metro bus lines through my neighborhood, so teens typically only have the game systems or each other to remain occupied. Unfortunately, teens can become bored easily and create crime.