Crime & Safety
Radnor Township Reviews
Review Radnor Township
Radnor is a comfortable suburb, convenient to many amenities, job opportunities, transportation and the city of Philadelphia. While there are many nice people, there are also a lot of pretentious, provincial snobs, with not that much to be so snobby about. The local, basically volunteer, government is highly politicized, corrupt and rampant with cronyism. Some good restaurants, etc., but very expensive. You can get a decent education in their public schools, but true to their provincial nature, their high school sends way too many kids to Penn State when many of them could be better served by more creative options. No real "nightlife".
This area feels extremely safe and well-kept. There is no vandalism or graffiti and every house is tidy inside and out. There are barely any crimes around here and if there are, there is little to no chance that it involves violence or murder. Because I live by a park, I constantly see the police sitting around the park making sure everything is alright, which makes me feel extremely safe.
The restaurants and dining options around here are great! There is a lot of variety in cuisine and in price ranges. The nightlife is not the best, but good enough to where, more likely than not, one will have a good time out at a bar or pub around here