7 Safest Neighborhoods in San Diego
Like any larger city, San Diego offers a variety of neighborhoods to please even the pickiest resident. From lively Gaslamp, hip Hillcrest to laid-back Pacific Beach, San Diego has got it all. And a cherry on top is that this popular touristy place is generally a fairly safe area. According to Area Vibes, the rate of crime in San Diego, CA averages 25% lower than the rest of California. If you are looking to move to a new area and safety is your top priority, you might consider these seven safest neighborhoods in San Diego.
1. Del Mar Mesa
If you are looking for one of the best places to raise kids but still get that urban feel, Del Mar Mesa is your top choice. Ranked as one of the best places to live in California, this community has the highest safety rank of A+. In addition, Del Mar Mesa has some of the best public schools with an overall rating of A+ as well.
2. Via de la Valle
For those looking to be in the San Diego County area, Via de la Valle might be a neighborhood of choice. With an A+ rating in crime and safety and a great variety of restaurants and parks, Via de la Valle makes it a great place to retire or raise a family.
3. San Pasqual Valley
Located east of I-15, south of Escondido, north of Rancho Bernardo, the northernmost community of the San Diego city is known not only by the San Pasqual Valley Agricultural Preserve, and citrus, avocado, and dairy farms but also for the excellent public schools and an A+ in safety.
4. North City Future Urbanizing Area
Located north of the Carmel Valley, North City Future Urbanizing Area offers residents a suburban feel, highly rated public schools, A+ safety and B+ nightlife.
5. La Jolla
From sea lions, beautiful trails and rugged coastline, to a variety of sub neighborhoods for families, couples, singles, retirees and students, La Jolla is one of the best areas to move to in San Diego. It has an A- rank in safety and crime, A in public schools and A+ in nightlife.
6. Black Mountain Ranch
This suburban community north of Torrey Highlands and east of Rancho Santa Fe is great for raising a family. Ranked A in diversity, A+ in public schools and A- in crime and safety.
7. Torrey Hills
Torrey Hills is a northern San Diego community that offers residents an urban feel. The public schools in Torrey Hills are highly rated and most (59%) residents own their homes. With an A- in crime and safety and A+ in public schools, Torrey Hills makes it one of the best places to live in California.
While this list is just a sample of the safest San Diego areas, hopefully, it gives you plenty to choose from. If moving to a new area in San Diego is on your radar and you are not in the mood to pack up and move your house or an apartment, Dominant Moving can help.