Home to the Great Plains, the great state of Nebraska ranked as the 19th safest place to live in the United States for 2016. Learn more about the various cities and towns that helped to make the Cornhusker state one of the safest in the country.
The Buckeye State, named after the Iroquois word for great river, Ohio ranked as the 18th safest place to live in the United States according to our researchers. Find out more about the cities and towns that make this one of the safest states to live in.
Our northernmost state, Maine is one of our most topographically diverse states as well as one of our safest. According to our researchers, Maine ranked as the 7th Safest Place to Live in the United States in 2016. Find out more about the cities and town that make Vacationland such a wonderful place to visit and live.
Home of the Roughriders, the state of North Dakota is known for its natural and unspoiled beauty. Sparsely populated, it ranks as one of the safest places to live in the U.S. in 2016. Learn more about the cities and counties that help make North Dakota such a great place to live.
The Granite State is well known for its diverse and unspoiled natural beauty. From mountains and ocean and everything in between, there’s something for everyone– including those looking for a safe place to live. It ranks as the 6th safest place to live in the United States according to our researchers. Find out more about New Hampshire’s safest communities.
Little Rhody or Rhode Island as it more popularly known is the smallest state in the nation which also makes it one of the most densely populated. Despite this fact, the state of Rhode Island ranks as the thirteen safest place to live in the United States for 2016. Find out where the safest cities and towns are located in the Ocean State.
Home of some of the most important moments in our nation’s history, the state of Pennsylvania holds a place of distinction. Recently, it earned the honors of being ranked the 14th safest place to live in our annual list. Learn more about the safest cities and towns that help make Pennsylvania such a great place to live and visit.
With wide open prairies and mountain ranges, Wyoming is an ideal setting for those looking to live the true west cowboy lifestyle. Offering impressive vistas and a sparse population, Wyoming is also the 15th safest place to live in the U.S. Learn more about the communities that make up the great state of Wyoming.
Known for more than just cheese, Wisconsin has plenty to offer both visitors and residents – especially when it comes to finding a safe place to raise a family. This year, Wisconsin ranked 11th on our list of safest places to live in the United States. Find out more about the towns and communities that helped make the dairy land of America one of the safest places to live.