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Best Neighborhoods In & Around Springfield, MA

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
East Forest Park, Springfield722.810,379
Sixteen Acres, Springfield674.321,307
Bay, Springfield652.23,149
Pine Point, Springfield653.410,654
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
East Springfield, Springfield653.58,156
Upper Hill, Springfield6327,709
McKnight, Springfield621.45,147
Liberty Heights, Springfield621.815,011

Best Cities Near Springfield, MA

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Glastonbury Center, CT8027.57,523
Canton Valley, CT7924.51,500
West Hartford, CT7924.663,187
Portland, CT7936.25,607
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Plantsville, CT7939.11,702
Weatogue, CT7921.53,179
Kensington, CT7834.18,528
Simsbury Center, CT78215,968

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Springfield, MA City Review

I have lived in Springfield, MA for almost 20 years. There seems to always be something new to find that I haven't discovered in the area. The restaurants are amazing, and the shopping centers have a large selection of items for every budget. One of the things that could grow is the housing market. I live in an older house that has two bedrooms, and most of the new homes that I have seen built in the city are apartments. The city has a lot of history. It's only a short drive to Washington, so I try to get to the museums as much as possible. One of my favorite places to go, especially in the winter, is Forest Park. The park turns into a winter wonderland with thousands of lights on fun displays. This is the perfect setting for a family to go to if they want to see lights for the Christmas season. When it's warm, I enjoy walking my dog in the large park and seeing all of the children playing. The schools in the area could use some improvements. I have talked to several children in my neighborhood who don't really feel like they are receiving a good education because the classrooms are overcrowded. However, there are numerous after school programs and educational centers in Springfield that teach about the history of the area and the arts, such as the Springfield Science Museum. The Basketball Hall of Fame is worth seeing if you like sports. You can sometimes get autographs if there are players in the city. The best time to explore the city is in the spring because the weather hasn't warmed up as much and people are still inside their homes for the most part.
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Source: The Springfield, MA data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).