I've been living in Kingsburg California for 4 years and have enjoyed this small town culture and Swedish Heritage that has been established in the city that provides beautiful architecture and other historical decors that is pleasant to look at. Kingsburg has decent school systems but could be improved with additional resources place within them. There is not much crime or any negative activities going on in Kingsburg; it's a small town and everyone knows each other and you can even leave your doors open at night.
The best areas in Kingsburg is around Ramos Torres Winery where there are lots of housing communities that are not that expensive and you can afford to have a decent house with great square footage without it costing a lot as far as in a mortgage. There are plenty of shops restaurants here to choose from however the selection and options available in those small businesses are limited and the cost is overinflated, however, you can purchase everything you need to live here. If you looking for a small town in California to move and raise a family in without a lot of modern urban business Kingsburg would be a great place to move.