Norwalk does have a ghetto even tho it may not seem like it or some people deny it. i’d probably say majority of the ” ghetto ” is between Norwalk and Pioneer, and 166th and Rosecrans.. that’s probably where majority of the ” ghetto ” is as far as Norwalk goes.
Norwalk was also known as a centre for some of southern California’s largest sugar beet farms. It experienced rapid industrial development in the second half of the 20th century. The house built in 1870 by Gilbert Sproul was moved to Norwalk City Park and is now a museum.
Norwalk is a suburban city in Los Angeles County , California, United States. The population was 105,549 at the 2010 census and an estimated 103,949 in 2019.
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Norwalk is essentially equidistant from Los Angeles, Anaheim, and Long Beach. This makes it a great city to live in if you frequent those areas. In addition to this, Norwalk is a decent place to raise one’s family with many parks and schools.
The Norwalk CA crime rate for 2018 was 422.95 per 100,000 population, a 2.86% increase from 2017. The Norwalk CA crime rate for 2017 was 411.19 per 100,000 population, a 5.45% increase from 2016. The Norwalk CA crime rate for 2016 was 389.94 per 100,000 population, a 4.77% increase from 2015.
For me, there is not a safe place to live in Carson . It’s pretty much all ghetto . You will notice that there’s part near Compton around Cal State Dominguez Hills, and near the Home Depot soccer stadium.
Distance between Norwalk and Los Angeles is 22 kilometers (14 miles). Driving distance from Norwalk to Los Angeles is 25 kilometers (16 miles).
Palo Alto was top-ranked with a median income of $151,370. Its homes cost a median $2.5 million, and 34 percent have no mortgage. Residents had average credit limits of $71,696. San Ramon was second and Pleasanton was third.
Orange County is more expensive overall but its also much nicer than SF or LA area. If you want to find cheaper places in OC , you’d have to look inlands and not near the coastal areas. Some inland areas are nowhere near LA as far as crime goes – but they are often quite b-o-r-i-n-g.
Orange County , California The third city in California to land on this list, the cost of living index for Orange County is 140.6, making is slightly more expensive than Boston, which has a cost of living index of 139.9. The average home cost is $682,703.
Fairfield County’s Norwalk is the third richest city in the Nutmeg State. The median income is $80,896. The unemployment and poverty rates are 7.9% and 8.5% respectively.
Norwalk , Connecticut’s cost of living is 35% higher than the national average. The cost of living in any area can vary based on factors such as your career, its average salary and the real estate market of that area.
I’ve lived in Norwalk , CT my whole life and it’s pretty okay. There is a good amount of diversity, the education system is pretty good, it’s pretty clean, it’s relatively safe , it’s quiet, almost everyone knows each other, and people are nice for the most part.