Richmond Hill, GA

Population: 11,501 livability score shield

Key findings

  • Richmond Hill has a Livability Score of 75/100, which is considered excellent
  • Richmond Hill crime rates are 35% lower than the Georgia average
  • Cost of living in Richmond Hill is 8% higher than the Georgia average
  • Richmond Hill real estate prices are 25% higher than the Georgia average
  • Rental prices in Richmond Hill are 25% higher than the Georgia average

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      Nice Place to live
      I've lived in Richmond Hill for 4 years now and I'm happy I moved here. It is has a small town feel, despite the growth that is occurring. The housing costs are higher than most towns in the Savannah area, but they're still reasonably priced. The town has alot of amenities when it comes to shops, doctors offices and restaurants. It's right off of 95 and not too far of a drive to downtown Savannah. The town has good schools and low crime, which is great for raising families.
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      Southern Hospitality and Charm does not exist anywhere near this town.
      This town has a wonderful school system and that's it. Driving here is dangerous. People cut you off and don't use turn signals. The people are not nice overall. The only nice people are in the clicklist department at krogers. I went to foodlion this afternoon and the young man I always see stocking the shelves ignored me again. But when someone else enters the same aisle he says hello can I help you. As I am leaving two other workers try to push me out of the door. And yesterday I was in old navy ( not in richmond hill) a young lady in the baby clearance section was getting too close and reaching over my head to look at the close I was looking at first. She gut mad and went aroud to were my son and daughter were sitting and tried to make them move. I had to turn around and tell her I am almost done. She was wrong to rush someone who was there first. Two weeks ago I was at ollies ( also not in richmond hill) I was in a very narrow aisle looking at outdoor furniture. I was trying to find a girl foldding chair. This older lady shoutred can I get in here. I told her I wasn't done looking. But she made my son move our cart leaving me still in the aisle. She pushed her empty cart in the aisle blocking me from exiting to get to my children. She stepped to look at a table and I pushed her cart out of the aisle to get out to my children. She had the nerve to say I should not do that. She needed to wait her turn. The people in this area think they are better than everyone else and refuse to wait their turn. This ladies car sticker sums up the overall attetud of the people in this area. It said powered by b*&%*dust. Don't move here there are great schools in plenty of nicer states.
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      Safe Bedroom Community - Richmond Hill, Ga
      Richmond Hill, Ga offers a great place to raise a family with most of the community events focused on the entire family. Visit Richmond Hill, Ga on Wikipedia for more details.

      Events include: 4th of July Parade, Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival, National Night Out, Christmas Parade, Veterans Day Celebration and many more. Most events are hosted at J F Gregory Park located behind the Police Station and City Hall. Come out and enjoy the fun for the whole family.
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      Source: The Richmond Hill, GA data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).