I can only speak to my personal experience living there, but here it is. I moved my family to Orlando in 2010-2011 and it was a culture shock for us coming from 82% white "safe" community in Colorado. We lived in Windermere which was nice and fairly close to Universal Studio's. The middle school my son went to was supposed to be a 5 star school, but it was horrible …
I grew up in Orlando. The school districts are excellent, and it's home to one of the largest universities in the country (UCF). That being said, there's an obviously large population of people in the 18-24 age range. Loads of variety in the music scene, plenty of places to hang out, LOTS of bars. But the city is still pretty family friendly. Lake Eola (downtown) always seems to have something …
thepotoPosted on Aug 11, 2014
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ready to relocateI have a african american/jamaican family of 6. Kids-(11-18) we are looking to move to orlando by the end of this year. We are looking for a safe area in orlando. My husband works at the VA and I am a hairstylist. Any suggestions? …
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Where are the safe place to live in Orlando FL.Hi, I'm Brazilian guy and I'm interested to buy a house in Tangelo Park in Orlando FL. The house is located on 5033 Anzio St Orlando FL 32819. I liked that house, and I know how is that place about violence. I would like know if I can be calm (peaceful) living there, Sincerely, Celso De Freitas. …
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