3. Longmont, CO
Longmont city is a home rule municipality in the Weld and Boulder counties of Colorado. It is a lively college town with an alternative social attitude and lifestyle as well as liberal, left-wing politics.
The city is deeply rooted in agriculture, boasting an assortment of trendy business, galleries, restaurants, and entertainment venues. There are lots of things to entertain you in this bicycle-friendly town, which boasts pedestrian mall and wonderful recreation areas in the nearby mountains.
There are larger government and business research facilities, adding to Longmont’s economy and a sizable high tech belt towards Denver. Longmont public schools are part of the St. Vrain Valley School District.
It is home to the Boulder County Campus of the Front Range Community College and various private schools. The noble people in the city are astronauts, veterans, actors, comedians, actresses, media personnel, bloggers and authors.
2. Elk River, MN
Elk River is a suburb in the Sherburne County, MN, approximately 35 miles northwest of Minneapolis. It is a fully cosmopolitan area, balanced with commercial, industrial, cultural and educational centers, and most importantly functions as one city.
The city is economically diverse, serving as the headquarters to large firms in banking, agriculture, technology, food, retailing, transportation and healthcare in the country.
Elk River offers many amenities to its residents, including, two golf courses, Elk River County Club, Elk River Arena for skating, spring and fall arts and craft fair, over 40 parks and much more.
The city is served by three 9-12th grade high schools: Ivan sand community schools, Elk River high school and Spectrum high school, two middle schools: VandenBerge Middle School and Salk Middle School, both serve as 6-8th grade, and several elementary schools and private schools at various levels.
1. Zionsville, IN
Finally, we have arrived at the best suburb in America to live in.
Zionsville is a city located in the far southeast area of Boone County, Indiana, approximately 20 miles northwest of Indianapolis. Apart from offering the small town ambiance, the suburb also provides art and culture, including antique shops and art galleries.
If you love shopping and dining, you can reach out for meals and snacks at one of the downtown restaurants and hotels.
There are numerous family centered organizations and festivals in the city, including girl and boy scouts, a lacrosse club, youth rugby, little leagues and soccer clubs. The suburb is known for its annual festivals, featuring sports teams and organizations in the city as well as high and middle school marching bands.
One advantage of living in Zionsville, IN is the close proximity to different highly-rated universities: Indiana University-Bloomington, Ball State University, and Purdue University are all a relatively easy drive from Zionsville.
Notable people in this suburb are administration and federal officers, athletes, CEOs, and actors/actress. The business mainly depends on large firms in banking, agriculture, technology, food, retailing, transportation and health care. It is one of the best towns for raising a family in Indiana.
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