Overall Niche Grade
- Public SchoolsC
- Crime & SafetyC
- Good for FamiliesC
- Cost of LivingA-
- Health & FitnessD
- Outdoor ActivitiesB-
Pleasant Grove is a neighborhood in Dallas, Texas with a population of 55,768. Pleasant Grove is in Dallas County. Living in Pleasant Grove offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. Many families live in Pleasant Grove and residents tend to be liberal.
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Pleasant Grove Reviews
This neighborhood is extremely dangerous. There is gunshots, drunk drivers, illegal street races, drug selling, and more. I do not recommend you to live by here. It is very chaotic and not safe. The public schools are not very good. The education is not the same as in other places. I do love the community you have with you neighbors, but it is too risky to go out at night. Murder and crime rates are high in this area. Be careful!
Pleasant grove is where I am originally from. I was born and raised here and so was my entire family. Pleasant Grove is known for its reckless and dangerous places across the neighborhood, but it is a nice place to look back on. My experience with pleasant grove isn't actually bad, just sitting and minding my business helped me get to where I am today. It's nice to tell people that I was capable of going out of state for college as a first-year student to a college in Pennsylvania. Although the rest of my family still lives here I do not plan to come back anytime soon, just because I have been in the same community for 17 years. If Pleasant grove was mentioned in our school or any nearby school everybody would automatically assume the worst. I just wish there was more enforcement to the citizens of Pleasant grove to hopefully change the community for the better.
What I like about Pleasant Grove is that mostly all the neighborhood is Hispanic or bilingual, there are also a lot of areas for families to go such as, parks, and recreation centers. In addition, there are a lot of schools, mostly public schools, all the way from pre-k to community colleges, and medical offices, which are mostly paid by a kind of insurance or are very cheap. On the other hand, it is not a very safe neighborhood at night, almost every night you can hear shootings.