Rating 4.19 out of 5 175 reviews
I enjoy living in Plymouth. It is a nice quiet community and many people keep to themselves. I work at a local Ice Cream store. The community and customers have been very support of us during covid. This has help us stay open and growing! I enjoying being about to go out in the city with my friends.
Plymouth is a beautiful town with plenty of nature to admire and experiences to share with friends and loved ones!
Great place to live, very safe, but relatively quite and lacks diversity. I grew up here, and I have mostly positive feelings about Plymouth.
I moved to Plymouth when I was 3. Plymouth is a great town to either start a family in or retire in. There are many great sit down restaurants wether you want something casual or fancy. There are many great fast food chains and also lots of grocery stores. Wayzata public schools is what takes over the majority of Plymouth as far as public education goes, but there are still multiple private religious or non religious schools.
Plymouth is a wonderful place to live as it provides a safe environment with lots of opportunities for its residents.
Good area, many walking and biking trails. Multiple public and private school options. Many community events
A beautiful, bustling town full of forest, marshes, walking paths with exceptional infrastructure, and community events. The town is also apart of one of the best public school districts in the country with an extremely high graduation rate and a plethora of opportunity. However, the demographics of this town are one of the most segregated in the country, which has an effect on the way of life and the opportunities available to the less fortunate people and families. Overall, public spaces are kept clean.
Housing and people here are so nice. I feel more safe And comfortable here. People drive slow and watch out for children. My neighbors are very friendly. The only thing I don’t like is that at night there are not many lights. It’s so dark at night, it’s dangerous to drive around my neighborhood.
I feel very safe, comfortable and happy most of the time in Plymouth. This city has many things to do, especially safe things during a pandemic like lake to walk around or parks to go to with respectful social distancing. I have lived here and another town, and this one is my favorite by far
In my experience it is a fairly quiet town. The main shopping marts are easily accessible and everyone is friendly enough.
Plymouth Minnesota is a nice place to live in because it is neat, safe and has great stores. The people are friendly and the schools are decent. The banks are also easily accessible which makes it possible for you to attend to all your financial needs. The healthcare facilities are quite decent with reputable clinics situated within the neighborhood. The public water supply is good and the tap water is drinkable because of the quality. The police and fire department are friendly and very responsive when there is a need. There are different places of worship which allows us to express our different religious beliefs without restrictions. The city has a good network of roads which are with little or no potholes. The houses and apartments in this city are decent and affordable that caters for a diverse group of people thus creating an admirable inclusive environment. The waste disposal system is very efficient which explains the neatness of the city.
I personally think this city is very diverse. There are a lot of different people and businesses located all over. It is also generally very safe, except for a few certain neighborhoods. A lot of the same race of people are collected and drawn to certain neighborhoods which makes it more of smaller communities within a big one. The schools however have too many student and are much passed carrying capacity.
It is fine. Most people are friendly enough, but won't usually go out of their way. The winters drag on.
Nice town in the suburbs of Mineapolis. Good for families. Lots of places to eat and enjoy. Good schools in the area.
Great place to live, very family friendly! Lot of businesses to support, great food options. Great public school system. Commute time to downtown is not bad, about 20 minutes.
I have lived in Plymouth my whole life and as I prepare to leave for university I will miss the friendly neighbourhoods, local businesses, and beautiful parks.
I absolutely love Plymouth. It is such a cozy town, with so much to offer. The diversity there is amazing, you can find people from all over the world. The schools there show so much academic potential. Plus being at good distance from the town center, lakes, and parks. I don’t think I could ever leave!