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#3 Best Cities to Live in America
- City in Illinois
- Rating 4.15 out of 5 643 reviews
Current Resident: Naperville is an extremely welcoming city near Chicago. The area holds loads of fun activities and shopping centers. The downtown area has a huge range of options for places to go with friends. Naperville is also extremely safe, with a very low crime rate. It's definitely the place to be!
- 147,501 Population
#11 Best Cities to Live in America
- City in California
- Rating 4.35 out of 5 506 reviews
Visitor: I really enjoy this city because of how clean and open the roads are; overall the city feels breathable due to the low amount of tall buildings and offers several places to surround yourself with nature on a hike. One of my favorite places to visit is the Irvine Spectrum mall because of the many places to shop, eat and socialize. I love coming with my friends and family to take the day off and simply enjoy each others company watching a movie or racing a competitive match on Mario Cart at Dave and Busters! The Great Park also has many fun activities like hopping onto the carousel or (my personal favorite) viewing the whole city and become mesmerized by the landscape from a hot air balloon. This city is truly one of my favorites and holds many dear memories of me and my loved ones.
- 273,157 Population
#57 Best Cities to Live in America
- City in California
- Rating 4.15 out of 5 343 reviews
Current Resident: I've lived in either Thousand Oaks, WLV or Newbury Park in the 30+ years I have resided here. Kids went through the Conejo Valley school system, with only a few bad, clunker teachers.
Rents are high. The apartment housings have no screening except for ability to pay. So we have lots of cases where the units that should have 3-4 people max, sneak others in after the fact, leading to an undesirable element to exist.
Most of the sheriffs who I have observed are very professional and fair.
But most neighborhoods with single family dwelling homes are clean and quiet and safe. Lots of MBZ, BMW, Tesla, Jaguar, Porsche, Bentley cars. There is even a Ferrari dealership in WLV.
Pot shops and farms are slowly making their way in.
Nightlife is available, but higher end and reserved- It's not the crazy San Fernando/Hollywood/LA type scene.
We've had some tragedies and wildfires, but it's still a beautiful and friendly community.
- 127,873 Population
#115 Best Cities to Live in America
- City in Utah
- Rating 4.01 out of 5 1,453 reviews
Current Resident: Provo is definitely a college town. There's always something to do here! Everyone is generally very social and kind. But sadly I have noticed there's a very harmful perfectionist culture. Many people come from all over the United States to attend Brigham Young University. It's an extremely competitive school with high moral standards. Now there's nothing wrong with that, but I've noticed how depressed the students tend to get here when they don't measure up. Definitely something that needs to change. Other than that though it's quite pleasant to be here! There are tons of hikes and outdoor activities! Also Sundance is right up the road from Provo! If you're ever in town it's worth the visit!
- 116,403 Population
#120 Best Cities to Live in America
- City in Texas
- Rating 3.91 out of 5 525 reviews
Current Resident: McAllen is a great place to be at. I've loved growing up here and there is always something to do. Because McAllen is a developing location, there is always something new. New restaurants, new activities, etc. I love the weather here to as it makes outdoor activities very doable and enjoyable!
- 141,968 Population