Known for more than just potatoes, Idaho offers residents and visitors a vast and diverse landscape from verdant valleys to majestic mountains rising into the sky. Known as the gem state, Idaho is not just one of the most beautiful states in our country – but one of the safest. Find out what towns and communities helped Idaho rank 9th on our list of safest places to live in the United States.
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Maryland is one of the smallest – and most densely populated – states in the country. It’s also one of the safest. Find out what cities, towns and communities helped make Maryland the 9th safest place to live in the United States for 2016.
Known as the Constitution State, Connecticut is the southernmost state in the New England region of the United States. As the third smallest state in the nation, it’s the fourth most densely populated. Despite this fact, the state ranked as the eighth safest place to live in the U.S. so we took a look at the cities and towns that helped make the Nutmeg state so safe.
Known as the garden state, New Jersey is the fourth smallest state in the U.S. and also the most densely populated. Despite the high population density, the state boasts a relatively low overall crime rate and it ranked as the twelfth safest place to live in the U.S. based on our findings. We took a deeper look at the cities and towns that help keep New Jersey’s crime rates so low to see where the safest places in Jersey are.
From prairies to beaches and sprawling metro areas and the live music capital of the world, the great state of Texas has plenty to boast about and a lot to offer visitors and residents alike – which may explain why it ranks as the second largest and most populated state in the country. But what about safety? Find the safest places to live in the lone star state with our expert’s ranking.
The largest and most popular place to travel to and reside in, California vastness offers a lifestyle to meet any need from the hills of Hollywood to the desert of Mohave. Read our expert’s analysis on crime and safety to find out more about the safest places to live in this West coast destination.
Sun, ocean, beaches and more. Florida, the sunshine state, has plenty to offer tourists and potential residents alike, but, when considering a new place to should Florida be a top contender considering their relatively low rank of safest states? We dove into the details and found there are many safe communities to consider. Read on to learn about the top 30.
Minnesota, the land of 10,000 lakes is the 5th Safest Place to Live in the U.S for 2016. Whether your a fan of beaches, art, bustling cites, or wide open prairies, Minnesota offers something for everyone. Come learn more about Minnesota and find out what cities and towns helped it earn the #5 position.
In order to determine the safest places to live in the United States, we compiled and analyzed data from the FBI, US Census and other agencies and sources. Iowa ranked third. Find out what towns in Iowa help to make the state one of the safest in the nation.
The fourth largest and most populated state in New England, Massachusetts ranks as AlarmSystemReviews.com's fourth safest place to live in the United States in 2016. Find out what towns are considered the safest places to live in one of the safest states in our nation.