2019 Best Places To Live In Arizona

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Explore the best places to live in the U.S. based on crime, public schools, cost of living, job opportunities, and local amenities. Ft. Tuthill County Park is a massive 413-acres and has multi-use trails, fairgrounds, picnic ramadas, athletic courts, a campground, and a horse arena, as well as the Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course and Pine Mountain Amphitheater, where outdoor concerts and festivals are held throughout the spring, summer, and fall.

The other negative is people moving in with their liberal views and trying to turn things into another CA. As for racism, #LoveArizon, the only racist I see are the extreme left. You will see that in the east valley of Phoenix as well, but that is an urban look and feel and this is a distinctly rural and small town feel, and since the observatories here want low light, it feels even more non-urban at night.

Overall, the cost of living in Phoenix is 4.5% above the national average , with more expensive housing costs making up the largest difference. Out of all of the deserts I have lived in, traveled through, and even researched (though I'll admit I could not get the full affect without going there, myself) Arizona is by far the most aesthetically pleasing desert.

I don't mine people moving to Arizona, JUST LEAVE YOUR IDEAS TO CHANGE OUR STATE IN CALIFORNIA. So the slight additional cost may be worth it. You could also move to a town in Arizona that has a lower than average cost of housing to negate this state disadvantage.

I love Flagstaff, people were very friendly there, but cost of living seems higher, and it isn't really what I'd call a big city. In this guide, we'll give you an overview of some pros and cons, discuss where to live and even help you find a job. People come out here in the winter, see all the palm trees and get suckered in. This place is hot, unfriendly, crowded and just plain pathetic.