The Most Safest Cities in America

Safest Cities in America
Safest Cities in America

As most of us are graduating from university; or looking to start a family or retiring soon, you want to be living in the safest city possible, because you don’t want to live in a city like Chicago because every two and a half hours a person is shot, every 12 hours a person is murdered,

Using advanced AI technology, we will able to rank the Safest Cities in America based on the following;

The U.S. based on crime rates for murder, assault, rape, burglary, and other crime statistics by city.

Ranking based on data from the FBI and U.S. Census. Read more about how this ranking was calculated on,

here are The Most Safest Cities in America


10. Cape Coral, Florida

Cape Coral is a friendly, diversified growing city. The city is always looking for ways to make things better, safer, greener, and healthier. Adding new parks and bike trails for instance. Its location is one that is close to beaches, other cities and attractions that are a day trip away. Stores, schools, and shopping are such that they are close to neighborhoods. Housing is sometimes a problem due to the real estate crash but is turning around


9. Sunnyvale, California

Sunnyvale is a gem in the South Bay for those who are looking for quaint, family-friendly, safe neighborhoods with great schools. The historical downtown Sunnyvale area has a myriad of great shops and restaurants. The best part about Sunnyvale is that it’s right in the middle of everything. Apple’s new headquarters is being built in Cupertino, it’s right around the corner from Santa Clara’s new Levi Stadium. Hop on the freeway for a short ten-minute drive and you’ll find yourself in Mountain View or Palo Alto, homes to Stanford University, Stanford Shopping Center, Google, Facebook, and more.


8. Port St. Lucie Florida

Port St. Lucie is the kind of town you move to when you want to settle down and maybe raise some kids or retire. It’s quiet and relatively safe. You don’t have to travel to far to get to a grocery store or the movies. But for the younger generations, this town offers very little outside of academics. Yes, you can go to the mall or the movie theater but that can only be fun for so long. Despite its lack of entertainment for us teens and Port St. Lucie does offer drivers who know what their doing, few street lights, and cute dogs.


7. Carlsbad, California

Carlsbad is a great beach town in North County. The village has plenty of nice restaurants and shopping and you can walk to the beach! There are lots of tourists that visit because it is so beautiful. Locals feel like they are on vacation every day! It’s very family friendly here and on weekends the nightlife turns up. It would be nice to see more diversity in this area.


6. Ann Arbor, Michigan

Ann Arbor is a multicultural city full of intelligent diversity. It has been a wonderful city to grow up in; attending football games, exploring downtown, visiting the farmers market, and surrounding myself with friendly and creative humans. I feel blessed to have experienced such a city.


5. Round Rock, Texas

The city of Round Rock is great. The people in this town are very friendly and kind. There are plenty of things to do with friends or family on a weekend. There is hardly any crime in the city. The neighborhoods are safe, the schools are outstanding, and the culture is good. Round Rock is ideal for living


4. Provo, Utah

Provo is a place full of opportunity! Whatever your interests or desires are, Provo provides the unique chance to expand those interests and really invest yourself. Academically, it has some of the best universities. There is plenty of outdoor adventure, right in your backyard. Finally, Provo is so central to silicone slopes and has so many awesome startups to be involved with!


3. Thousand Oaks, California

Thousand Oaks is an amazing city to raise a family. The neighborhood atmospheres are welcoming yet not intrusive. Travel time for frequent destinations is quick and painless. The public schools are amazing, from high-reaching academic programs to those that adapt to students with special needs.


2. Irvine, California

Irvine is very aesthetically pleasing. The schools are amazing and everything feels as though it is within arms reach. Markets are across the street with plazas around almost every corner. The area is relatively safe and the only flaw I see is that I feel even with all of the amazing things, it’s a bit overpriced


1. Naperville, Illinois

Naperville is a nice suburb to live in because of the good education opportunities and different communities living within it. The downtown area appeals to all ages, complete with restaurants, shops, and more. The downtown area also hosts multiple events that explore different cultures and current pop culture.