4) Roosevelt, Fresno
The city of Fresno is located right in the middle of California, in the state’s Central Valley. The city is close to Yosemite National Park, and it’s also known for its many beautiful public parks. While a large portion of the city is safe, one neighborhood you’ll want to avoid is Roosevelt. This neighborhood’s crime rate is 77% higher than the rest of Fresno. There are 7,993 crimes per 100,000 people annually, far higher than Fresno’s average of 4,522 crimes per 100,000 people. Of these 7,993 crimes, 1,908 are violent crimes, which is also much higher than Fresno’s average of 611 violet crimes per 100,000 people. Overall, Roosevelt has a Livability score of 40, which is much lower then Fresno’s score of 56. If you’re thinking of going to Fresno, make sure to skip this neighborhood.
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