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Best Places To Live In Newark, CA

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  • Newark, CA
  • Your matching location
  • Population: 44,677
  • My family moved to the Alameda County in Newark from Carlsbad a few years back. I happened to visit them for a month during my business transition in California. The city, unlike most Californian cities,…[read more]
Nearby Areas With A High Livability Score87
  • Los Altos, CA
  • City: 10.0mi / 16.1km away
  • Population: 30,238
  • I grew up in Los Altos and spent a lot of my time walking around the town and finding out the "secrets" of the town. Los Altos is a sleepy old town with lots of history, but it is sleepy for sure: there…[read more]
87
  • Los Gatos, CA
  • City: 19.3mi / 31.0km away
  • Population: 30,491
  • My husband and I moved here with our two sons in 2000. We came from West San Jose. Our WSJ home had Cupertino schools, but ZERO charm. So the schools were a HUGE draw for us. We love the friendly "small…[read more]
87
  • Saratoga, CA
  • City: 16.3mi / 26.2km away
  • Population: 30,830
  • I grew up in Saratoga. Unlike many of the people I grew up with, I stayed. There is definitely a bit of a sleepy small town feeling here, but I personally find it enchanting. I delight in seeing the main…[read more]
86
  • San Ramon, CA
  • City: 19.3mi / 31.0km away
  • Population: 74,366
  • And a San Ramon native I for one can vouch for the fact that it is single-handedly one of the most beautiful places in the Bay. With a very mild climate and beautiful atmosphere, San Ramon is also a…[read more]
86
  • Hillsborough, CA
  • City: 18.2mi / 29.3km away
  • Population: 11,312
  • I’ve lived in Hillsborough for 10 years. The cost of living is extremely expensive in Hillsbourough, but the low crime rates and safe neighborhoods make it well worth it in my mind. The weather is…[read more]
85
  • San Carlos, CA
  • City: 12.8mi / 20.7km away
  • Population: 29,596
  • San Carlos is a small town - but it’s a nice one. There isn’t much going on when it comes to nightlife, which is why you’d need to head into San Francisco if you wanted anything to do with that (and…[read more]
85
  • Palo Alto, CA
  • City: 7.4mi / 12.0km away
  • Population: 66,649
  • I have visited Palo Alto twice for business in recent years. I have found it to be a fun trip each time. It has many things to offer for entertainment and fun. One of my favorite places to go to is…[read more]
85
  • Cupertino, CA
  • City: 12.8mi / 20.6km away
  • Population: 60,297
  • My husband and I lived in Cupertino for five years while my husband had a job in the area. Since then, we have moved to another part of the country and miss some of the features Cupertino has to offer.…[read more]
85
  • Mission Valley, Fremont, CA
  • Neighborhood: 6.1mi / 9.9km away
  • Population: 7,452
84
  • Dublin, CA
  • City: 14.7mi / 23.6km away
  • Population: 54,523
  • I have lived near Dublin, California in the East Bay Area for several years and it is an absolutely lovely place to live, if you have the money of course. Dublin is a very expensive part of the East Bay…[read more]
84
  • Foster City, CA
  • City: 12.6mi / 20.3km away
  • Population: 32,967
  • Foster City is a good city. It has good parks, it is very safe and it's very diverse. But there are problems with it. There really is nothing to do here in Foster City. It's just a bunch of parks and…[read more]
84
  • Burlingame, CA
  • City: 19.0mi / 30.6km away
  • Population: 30,118
  • I've found my forever city in Burlingame, CA! I'm coming up on my 4th year living in Burlingame, and I couldn't be happier. We get great weather all year round, and are close to everything we could…[read more]
84
  • Weibel, Fremont, CA
  • Neighborhood: 5.7mi / 9.1km away
  • Population: 4,568
83
  • Pleasanton, CA
  • City: 14.0mi / 22.5km away
  • Population: 77,046
  • I used to live here for few years. At first I thought it was quiet and peaceful. The city was clean and I had all shopping centers nearby. But the whole place's attitude changed once the recession set in…[read more]
83
  • Mountain View, CA
  • City: 7.7mi / 12.4km away
  • Population: 78,827
  • Living in Mountain View is absolutely incredible thanks to its central location in California as well as being home to America's bright technological future. As a software engineer, I am passionate about…[read more]
83
  • Jordan Jr Hgh School, Palo Alto, CA
  • Neighborhood: 7.2mi / 11.5km away
  • Population: 1,477
83
  • Los Altos Hills, CA
  • City: 11.1mi / 17.9km away
  • Population: 8,376
83
  • Cameron Hills, Fremont, CA
  • Neighborhood: 5.3mi / 8.6km away
  • Population: 4,161
82
  • Monte Sereno, CA
  • City: 18.4mi / 29.6km away
  • Population: 3,514
82
  • Old Palo Alto, Palo Alto, CA
  • Neighborhood: 7.8mi / 12.5km away
  • Population: 3,564
82
  • Warm Springs, Fremont, CA
  • Neighborhood: 6.6mi / 10.6km away
  • Population: 10,154
82
  • Midtown, Palo Alto, CA
  • Neighborhood: 7.0mi / 11.2km away
  • Population: 10,437
82
  • Charleston Meadow, Palo Alto, CA
  • Neighborhood: 8.0mi / 12.9km away
  • Population: 2,410
81
  • Belmont, CA
  • City: 14.4mi / 23.1km away
  • Population: 26,918
  • I live in Belmont, CA and I really enjoy this progressive city. Home to Oracle, many residents of Belmont work there. Belmont has great parks and one of the few surviving buildings of from the…[read more]
81
  • Menlo Park, CA
  • City: 8.9mi / 14.3km away
  • Population: 33,319
  • I lived in Menlo Park for approximately one year. While living in Menlo Park, two things always come to mind when I look back at my experience living there: peace and tranquility. When you walk or drive…[read more]
81
  • Cambrian Park, CA
  • City: 18.1mi / 29.1km away
  • Population: 3,259
80
  • Fair Meadow, Palo Alto, CA
  • Neighborhood: 6.8mi / 10.9km away
  • Population: 2,403
80
  • Baywood-Aragon, San Mateo, CA
  • Neighborhood: 16.7mi / 26.8km away
  • Population: 7,067
80
  • Crescent Park, Palo Alto, CA
  • Neighborhood: 7.4mi / 11.8km away
  • Population: 3,831
80
  • Kimber-Gomes, Fremont, CA
  • Neighborhood: 6.2mi / 10.0km away
  • Population: 5,583
80
  • Stanford, CA
  • City: 9.1mi / 14.7km away
  • Population: 14,926
  • I've been living in Stanford for the last 6 years and have enjoyed the small-town atmosphere but the upper class, upper-scale amenities and highly educated neighbors and friends I've developed over my…[read more]
80
  • West Menlo Park, CA
  • City: 10.6mi / 17.0km away
  • Population: 3,830
  • The area has two great schools (Las Lomitas Elementary and La Entrada Middle School are actually a separate school district from the rest of Menlo Park) so in that respect it is family friendly. People…[read more]
79
  • Duveneck-Saint Francis, Palo Alto, CA
  • Neighborhood: 6.6mi / 10.6km away
  • Population: 3,530
79
  • Sunnyvale, CA
  • City: 8.2mi / 13.2km away
  • Population: 149,596
  • We can easily earn some knowledge about this city through google by watching Wikipedia and can communicate smoothly by Yahoo Mail. Thanks to Yahoo…[read more]
79
  • Blacow, Fremont, CA
  • Neighborhood: 3.3mi / 5.3km away
  • Population: 8,155
79
  • West San Jose, San Jose, CA
  • Neighborhood: 14.5mi / 23.3km away
  • Population: 99,862
  • I currently reside in San Jose, California. I have been here for about 2 years. There are many great things about this area. One is of course the shopping. There are plenty of places to find whatever you…[read more]
79
  • Professorville, Palo Alto, CA
  • Neighborhood: 7.8mi / 12.5km away
  • Population: 811
79
  • Fremont, CA
  • City: 3.9mi / 6.2km away
  • Population: 227,934
  • I have lived in Fremont since the 1970's, and have seen so many changes since then. If you're a young outgoing person, you will probably find Fremont painfully boring. On the other hand, it's a good…[read more]
79
  • Ardenwood, Fremont, CA
  • Neighborhood: 4.2mi / 6.7km away
  • Population: 16,634
78
  • Charleston Gardens, Palo Alto, CA
  • Neighborhood: 7.1mi / 11.5km away
  • Population: 953
78
  • Mission Hills, Fremont, CA
  • Neighborhood: 7.4mi / 11.9km away
  • Population: 1,937
78
  • Woodside, CA
  • City: 13.6mi / 22.0km away
  • Population: 5,496
78
  • Parkmont, Fremont, CA
  • Neighborhood: 5.0mi / 8.0km away
  • Population: 6,979
78
  • Milpitas, CA
  • City: 9.2mi / 14.8km away
  • Population: 73,447
  • If you are looking for a quiet vacation that offers beautiful scenic views Milpitas, California is the best place for you to vacation. There is a large park nestled in the foothills that offers an…[read more]
77
  • Barron Park, Palo Alto, CA
  • Neighborhood: 8.5mi / 13.6km away
  • Population: 4,098
77
  • Green Acres, Palo Alto, CA
  • Neighborhood: 8.6mi / 13.9km away
  • Population: 1,487
77
  • Alameda, CA
  • City: 20.6mi / 33.1km away
  • Population: 77,409
  • From a beautiful golf course to a indoor mini golf course miniature of the Bay Area, to bowling alley, and two antique arcades. The best little shopping area in SF Bay. Great restaurants and street…[read more]
77
  • Livermore, CA
  • City: 19.4mi / 31.2km away
  • Population: 86,493
  • Livermore. Police And the Fire. Dept Are very quick to Respond. ..... Livermore has a lot of different events for different age groups. Livermore has many wineries to visit some with Restaurants and…[read more]
77
  • Southgate, Palo Alto, CA
  • Neighborhood: 8.2mi / 13.1km away
  • Population: 359
76
  • North Central, San Mateo, CA
  • Neighborhood: 17.0mi / 27.3km away
  • Population: 19,262

Listed above are the best places to live in Newark, CA for 2020. The list of best places is compiled using the AreaVibes Livability Score which is calculated from a score out of 100 and based on various categories. These categories include: amenities, cost of living, crime rates, education, employment, housing and weather. Displayed first is the matching location - Newark, CA, followed by the best places to live near Newark, CA, sorted by Livability Score.

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