Otter Creek Crystal is a neighborhood in Little Rock, Arkansas with a population of 8,520. Otter Creek Crystal is in Pulaski County. Living in Otter Creek Crystal offers residents an urban suburban mix feel and most residents own their homes. Many families and young professionals live in Otter Creek Crystal and residents tend to be liberal.
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When we first moved to Arkansas, we lived in an apartment complex for a month. When my mother found an opening in Otter Creek, she took the chance. I love living here, because I am able to just walk to my friends' houses without being in danger.
Otter creek can be better l, when I was younger there was a lot more to do, I played basket ball outside, went swimming with my friends and road bikes all the time. It has change a lot since then but not for the better.
Well being in Arkansas is the least I can say, because the weather is terribly bipolar in it's on way. During the Fall season it is moderately warm and a few showers here and there then it changes to hotter in 24 hours of the next day. During Winter it is just terrible because when the temperatures drop it's more than likely going below freezing and alongside with freezing rain it creates black ice on the road making it hard to get to work or school during the conditions(which last for a week or 2) then start up again. During Spring there are more thunderstorms than you can count along with tornadoes that spot up at random. Finally, during the Summer it is extremely hot.