Safest Places To Live In America

The population is spread out over the United States, over various cities, large, small, safe, and dangerous. Many of the most heavily populated cities are beautiful and have many exciting attractions. However, when deciding where to live, safety should come first.

Trojan News researched the top safest places and most dangerous places to live in the United States. According to our research Honolulu, Hawaii is the safest place to live in the United States. It has very few tornadoes, earthquakes, fires, extreme weather (wind and rain), and even though the island is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, Honolulu rarely has any hurricanes.

Boise City, Idaho is the second safest place to live here in the U.S. While not as safe as Honolulu, Boise City still has very few tornadoes, fires, earthquakes, and has no hurricanes. However, Boise City does have some extreme weather, including high winds and rain/snow (depending on the time of year).

There are many places throughout America that do, in fact, have high instances of all types of extreme whether, making them the most dangerous places to live. The top “least safest” place to live in the United States is Monroe, Louisiana.

Monroe has many tornadoes, earthquakes, hurricanes, and instances of extreme weather. Monroe is one of the windiest places and is guaranteed to recieve rain nearly every day. After Monroe, the second most dangerous place in America to live in is Dallas, Texas. Dallas has a huge population, more than 3,886,600 people, and has very extreme weather. Dallas has a lot of tornadoes, hurricanes, and earthqakes, as well as high instances of heavy wind and hail. Longmont was ranked the second safest city in Colorado, and the 53rd safest city in the United States. Lucky us!

Although Colorado’s weather is very “moody” and diverse, the instances of extreme weather is fairly rare. When choosing a place to live, it is important to think of all the social benefits the city can offer you, but how safe you will be in that city is just as important.

Kelsi Forsyth

Trojan News Staff

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