That’s a good question.
Next to Texas and Alaska, California is the biggest state in the U.S., so it takes awhile to see everything the Golden State has to offer.
Where To Live in California is an online resource edited by Brian Myers, a California native who has spent the past decade visiting and writing about all of the great places the Golden State has to offer.
Along the way we surveyed residents and readers about where to live, and have tapped in to numbers state-wide and national databases (U.S. Census Bureau, National Center for Education, National Center for Health Statistics), top places lists and almanacs to pull stats and rank key factors such as cost of living, housing, healthcare, crime rate, weather, economy, education, recreation, culture, shopping, amenities and transportation options.
We’ve crunched all of those numbers, and first-handed experiences into one site, and below is just a sample of some of the great destinations we’ll be touching on:
San Luis Obispo
Pismo Beach/Five Cities
Fall River Mills/Burney
Grass Valley/Nevada City