San Bernardino

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Ranked in the 11th percentile

San Bernardino

  • San Bernardino is ranked #1,178 in California
  • San Bernardino is ranked #25,907 in the USA
  • Lots of Local Amenities
  • Sunny Weather
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57San Bernardino
64California
67USA

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Best Neighborhoods In & Around San Bernardino, CA

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Sycamore Canyon Park, Riverside8311.9244
Hawarden Hills, Riverside7813.12,610
Victoria, Riverside7412.19,762
Nena, San Bernardino733.42,759
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Rancho West, San Bernardino713.410,024
Canyon Crest, Riverside6911.716,329
Ridgeline, San Bernardino693.7930
Blair Park, San Bernardino693.31,522

Best Cities Near San Bernardino, CA

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Newport Beach, CA8349.986,813
Laguna Woods, CA8242.616,347
Irvine, CA8240.6246,992
Aliso Viejo, CA8244.450,219
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA8137.449,038
Yorba Linda, CA8033.667,362
North Tustin, CA8037.426,208
Chino Hills, CA7826.677,266

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Dangerous, Cheap, Frustruating

Attractions1/10
Community1/10
Nightlife1/10
Dining1/10
Shopping1/10
I moved to San Bernardino for 3 years when my wife was finishing college, because of our tight budget we had to stay in this city and I can say i have experienced more living in San Bernardino than 23 years living in the suburbs and college towns. This experience has been one of the most difficult experiences in my life. For those who have to or want to move to San Bernardino let me give you the facts about what you need to know. The Bad: The main problem with this city is the large amount of crime, the apathetic police, aggressive homeless, shopping, and the character/manners of the a large majority of residents. There is so many homicides, robberies, and in between with how small the police force of around 200 officers that the chance of being arrested is so low because there are too many criminals in one place committing crimes all throughout the day and a huge amount of petty crimes of shoplifting like i had never seen before in my life. The same and some new shop lifters just keep coming in every week and we can't do anything to h ave them arrested or keep track of all of their faces, most went unreported since the police are always to busy to help and even after a coworker of mine was assaulted by a customer the police never showed up when called. The police sometimes show up but its hours after an event occurs. The natives to San Bernardino, and those who grew up in a similar environment are apathetic to most of it, what i saw in this city would be intolerable anywhere else in America and would be crushed immediately. I learned that i can never be apathetic to what happens in this city, that you have to have grown up in a war zone like this to accept it. The last main issue with this city is the homeless unlike other cities in America are very aggressive, and are hard to differ from someone who might pull a gun on you because of how similar they look. You will be at the drive thru, the grocery store parking lot, the park, anywhere in this city they will be and are encamped at the public parks around the city. It's one thing to politely ask for help or money but when you demanding for change and popping out of the shadows in the parking lot at night it needs to stop. When it comes to shopping there is very little which is centered around a swap meets, fast food, and discount stores. For those who enjoy dinning for more than $10 there is very little in the city since the majority of the city prefer cheap eats and left the midrange-upsale restaurants to close, this does not mean there is not good food if you know where to look. The Good:The only great thing in San Bernardino is, some of the great family owned restaurants in the town such as Rosia Maria's, Don Roman, Surfer Joes, Guang Lin American and Asian Fusion Cafe, Tempe House Spicy Food, Phil's Charbroiled Burgers, and Jose's Mexican Food. There are livable portions of San Bernardino which do have its difficulties but are much safer parts such as everything west of Waterman and North of Parkdale has the least amount of crime of the whole city and prices jump to around $1,100 in rent and up to $450,000 for the cost of a home. The other section of San Bernardino which is very affordable with home prices around $140,000 - $160,000 and has a lower crime rate (than most of the city but not as low as the upper northern part) is north of Baseline and west of the 215 on the west corner of San Bernardino, the very last section of town i would recommend if you had to live in this city is south of the 10 which borders Loma Linda, its almost a secluded part of town next to a lot of chain restrains found on hospitality lane which is a pretty safe part of town.
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how TIPPECANOE got it's name Does anyone know how TIPPECANOE got it's name originally? I grew up with it & never thought about it.It is a very unusual name for a street....There was a lot of water ,streams & creeks in the general area.
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Source: The San Bernardino, CA data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).