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Best Places To Live In Glendale, CA

Nearby Areas With A High Livability Score

Glendale, CA: Affordable, Yet Convenient

The Southern California city of Glendale is Los Angeles County's third largest city. Glendale's population is close to 200,000. There are over 10 million residents in Los Angeles County.

A relocation to Glendale may lead to substantial changes in your life. Places to live in the city include cozy condos, huge houses and smaller homes with several bedrooms. You can shop in malls, at shopping centers or on streets lined with shops. At least one of the city's numerous restaurants is likely to have your favorite dish on its menu. Residents and visitors will find plenty of outdoor and indoor attractions. Jobs available here include positions in the retail industry and the medical field.

Glendale's cost of living is higher than the state's average and the country's average, but it is lower than some other cities in Southern California. If you are moving from San Francisco, you will appreciate the cost of living in Glendale. Rental home prices in Glendale are slightly higher than the average in the Los Angeles metropolitan area and California. They are lower in Glendale than in New York and other large cities in the country.

If you are tired of shoveling snow in the winter, you will be delighted with Glendale's winter weather. It does not snow, and high winter temperatures average in the 60s. You will appreciate Glendale's summer temperatures in the low 80s if you are moving from a desert city. February is the month with the most rain.

Glendale's unique landmarks include the Verdugo Mountains Open Space Preserve and The Americana at Brand. The preserve has 244 acres of hiking trails, streams and trees. The Americana at Brand is a shopping center with a two-acre park in the center. You can take complimentary trolley rides around the center's property. Amenities here include a bicycle valet, an electric car charging station and a family lounge. The city has more than 50 public parks for those who enjoy spending time outdoors. You will enjoy exploring Glendale's historic homes if you are interested in the city's history.

Glendale Beeline buses will transport you around Glendale. You can take Metrolink trains from the station in Glendale to nearby cities.

Based on our Livablity Score, we think these areas are fantastic places for you to find a new place to live in Glendale. If you use criteria such as rental costs and schools, you will be able to find the best place for a home in Glendale.