Catalina Foothills

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Catalina Foothills

  • Catalina Foothills is ranked #4 in Arizona
  • Catalina Foothills is ranked #2,107 in the USA
  • High Graduation Rates
  • High Income per Capita
  • Low Crime Rates
  • Stable Housing Market
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Best Neighborhoods In & Around Catalina Foothills, AZ

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Highland Vista Cinco Via, Tucson805.3724
El Conquistador, Tucson785.7329
El Montevideo, Tucson785.572
Old Fort Lowell, Tucson782.62,798
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Catalina Vista-Blenman-Elm, Tucson775969
Rosemont East, Tucson775.8430
Desert Palms Park, Tucson766.5861
Houghton, Tucson7692,646

Best Cities Near Catalina Foothills, AZ

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Oro Valley, AZ847.842,379
Catalina Foothills, AZ80051,329
Sahuarita, AZ742627,780
Saddlebrooke, AZ7316.610,324
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Rincon Valley, AZ7317.55,938
Tanque Verde, AZ728.516,546
Summerhaven, AZ7211.5167
Marana, AZ7221.840,221
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Tucson And Catalina Foothills

Tucson, Arizona is nestled in a valley between four mountain ranges. The Santa Catalinas are to the north, the Rincons to the east, the Tucson Mountains are to the west and the Santa Ritas to the south. The Catalinas are home to Mount Lemmon. At just over 9000 feet, a winding road takes the visitor from the stark desert below to an alpine playground thickly forested with Yellow pine. In the summer, the mountain is a cool retreat from the stifling heat of the valley floor and in winter offers excellent snow skiing an hour from pool side. I moved to Tucson from Saginaw, Michgan in 1960 and although, at that time, the population was just over 200,000, it had the feel of a much smaller town. The town was built on tourism and its winter population was enhanced by the multitude of visitors arriving to get out of the freezing winters of the Midwest and East Coast. The town grew quickly with its sun-filled weather, the tranquil ambiance and friendly people. Developments sprang up and soon high dollar homes were being constructed in the rolling Catalina Foothills; the majority of which made up a portion of Howard Hugh's portfolio. Tucson went from cowtown to metropolitan and hosts a wide variety of activities and attractions in a beautiful desert setting. There are now several luxurious resorts that sport world-class golf courses, the many restaurants offer fine dining on regional and international cuisine and there is no end for opportunities to enjoy art, theatre and museums. Tucson has always boasted avid sports fans and the University of Arizona basketball and football teams are cheered along with great fervor. For those looking for a great place to visit or live, try Catalina Foothills first.
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Source: The Catalina Foothills, AZ data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).