Rating 4.09 out of 5 302 reviews
Very nice area with a lot of authentic foods from all different cultures. Very friendly community and diverse
I love the places you could go, such as restaurants and entertainment locations. Parks are well kept and the community is friendly.
Richardson is a safe town with a great sense of community. There's always something to do, somewhere to eat, and lovely public parks. I've enjoyed going through the public school system in Richardson and especially value the diversity within the community.
Richardson is a great central location in the DFW area. It's smaller, cute, yet growing. There are lots of great restaurants and parks/natural preserve area (great for hiking, biking, exploring), and housing price is better than Northeast Dallas. They also have an excellent school district.
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Great diversity of food and people! Some good parks to go walking and a lot of easy to get to places
Richardson is a suburban area next to Dallas, so it has the quieter pace of the suburbs but next door to the city for a night out. It's easy to commute to other cities because it has highways that run through the city that make travel easier. Richardson is smaller than neighboring cities around but not have a very small-town feel. It is a generally safe area, weather-wise, and crime wise. The city is a family-friendly community overall. Richardson schools offer magnets programs and other special programs. Schools in Richardson are also competitive and score higher than other neighboring school districts. Most residents of Richardson are middle class, but there is diversity, ethnically and culturally. One annoying thing is that Richardson does not provide trash bins, and large bulky trash is only picked up if you call ahead. Another is that you will probably have to go to neighboring cities to enjoy hiking, amusement parks, concerts, and other exciting things.
I grew up in Richardson, TX and have always lived in this city. Richardson is great and my neighbors are also very sweet. Just my apartment community alone help each other out when anyone is in need.
Beautiful city with a great future. Great diversity with multiple churches and opportunities for worship
I recently moved here, so I can't say a lot about Richardson. It's in close proximity to Dallas which allows for access to a bigger city.
It’s very easy to navigate and it has nice parks. It is also very close to a lot of restaurants. Commute isn’t bad and is easy for anybody to drive.
nice town with great people. high security area with great county care. very clean environment. a lot of outdoor sight seeing places.
I love the community and my life here! I'm enjoying my schooling at a public high school and my work at a well loved community ice cream shop. I am able to walk to many restaurants and the public library. There are also highways close enough to drive over to Dallas quickly for any larger social desires.
I love Richardson, I've grown up here my whole life and there is no place I'd rather be. From friendly little neighborhoods to malls and supermarkets, Richardson has just about everything you could think of. I couldn't imagine myself growing up an any other town.
I am currently living in Richardson, I live between the central of Richardson where all the entertainment is and near the police station. It is quiet, but at times during the night there are a lot of car noises, traffic, and police sirens.There are enough fast food places to order from, it is only about 10 minutes or less to arrive. There also big markets near such as Target, Loews, and a small mall. As of now they are building more and new places. There are three main schools near, one elementary, one junior high, and one high school. It is a safe place since there is one police station near, and two firefighter stations.
Richardson is an always changing community. Buildings get rebuilt and renovated and new buildings are always popping up. The environment is nice and most houses have trees at the front. Public schools have great programs to feed kids including free lunches or 15 cent lunches a day. Richardson seems like a nice community to raise kids and have a family. There's a multitude of parks and numerous places to eat, shop, and have fun.
Richardson is located in a very convenient area of North Dallas. Very close to just about anything you can think you need nearby, such as hospitals, grocery stores, gyms, and a vast amount of restaurants. Public services keep the streets clean and the water safe.
The diversity and the hundreds of restaraunts you can eat at in Richardson. Its also in the center, so going to any well known city would usually take about only 20 minutes.