There are many reasons why families desire certain towns. Here are some of the best and why the residents love them.
10. Mukilteo, Washington.
The high tech jobs, low unemployment rate, low taxes on property, better than average schools, and the amazing views make this city one of the best places to raise your family.
9. Lake St. Louis, Missouri.
This private community on two lakes has many parks and golf courses. There is a fee to enjoy the amenities of the community, but its low crime rate makes it worth a little extra.
8. Peachtree City, Georgia.
This Atlanta suburb is a favorite because of its amazingly low crime rate and enviable school district. Two stable companies are growing resulting in more jobs; therefore, decreasing the unemployment rate.
7. Keller, Texas.
The rising home sales, extremely clean park system, and growing economy make this town a major player on the list as many communities are struggling in tough times.
6. Warren, New Jersey.
Great schools and great recreational opportunities, as well as its rural environment make this one of America’s best cities for families.
5. Milton, Massachusetts.
The very low crime rate, excited parents at high school ball games, rising home prices, low unemployment rate, and access to public transportation make it a favorite among its residents.
4. Middleton, Wisconsin.
The University of Wisconsin jobs in nearby Madison, above average schools, and its amazing park system make this town a great place to live.
3. Papillion, Nebraska.
The low housing prices, major employers, and its wide open spaces make this town a very family friendly community.
2. Chanhassen, Minnesota.
The low unemployment rate, low property taxes, rising home values, and small town feel of this town make it a desirable city in which to live.
The low unemployment rate due to its high tech jobs and its proximity to the outdoor activities of the Rocky Mountains lead to its top position.