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1945 - Local residents vote 1,184 to 7 (correct, seven) to create SCV high school district [story]

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The city of Santa Clarita has been ranked as one of the top cities to start a family in the United States by LendEDU. Coming in at 27th place out of 350 reviewed cities, the city of Santa Clarita was rated as a top option for people looking to buy a home or start a family. The full list can be found online at lendedu.com/blog/best-cities-start-family.

In order to identify the top 300 cities for starting a family, LendEDU evaluated data for the 350 most populated cities in the United States. The 350 cities were evaluated across four parameters taking into account factors deemed important for those looking to locate to an area where they can start a family. They included: 1) Education Quality; 2) Cost of First Home Purchase; 3) Safety; 4) Percentage of Young Families in the Population.

For more information about the city of Santa Clarita, please visit the City’s website at santa-clarita.com.

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  1. Jon Capi Jon Capi says:

    To bad it’s terrible for finding a person worthy enough to start a family with.

  2. Cassie Verdecia a little bit of info to help influence you to move closer to me! 😊

  3. Don’t believe it. I use to think that about 15 years ago when I moved my family here. Crime and homelessness rampant

  4. Shane Weeks Shane Weeks says:

    That is before it has one of the busiest landfills in the nation!

  5. Janette Van Dyke Grubb Jeff Grubb ….told you so! :)

  6. Who put that out??? City Council?? By the way. We need a whole new group. How long has Loraine West been there?? 150 years ?????

  7. Chris Taylor Chris Taylor says:

    Also expensive, crowded, too much traffic, pretentious….yeah great city. NOT.

  8. Someone hiding the increase in crime in awesometown?

  9. jim says:

    It’s always a good idea to look at the source of something like this. It can help you understand whether or not the “news” is straight up, or slanted.

    This is from the website of LendEDU:

    “LendEDU is a marketplace for student loans and student loan refinance. With one short submission, we allow our users to compare up to 12 different student loan lenders. LendEDU does NOT hurt your credit!

    LendEDU works with all of the top student loan lenders including SoFi, DRB, U-fi, LendKey, CommonBond, iHelp, Education Success Loans, College Ave Student Loans, and Upstart. Rates start as low as 2.13% for qualified applicants.”

    Does that seem to you to qualify this company as a rater of cities across the nation for their “family raise-ability” quality?

    Unless of course they only mean the ability to pay for the kids’ college tuition loans.

  10. Alex Rivera Alex Rivera says:

    Casey Mitchell we’re doing it right lol

  11. There should be an asterisk that says as long as you make $100,000 or more a year

  12. Frank C III Blackwell

  13. John Whitlaw John Whitlaw says:

    Way to Expensive to start a family someone been hitting the pipe

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