A Little History

Fresno was founded in 1872 as a railway station. Fresno has an abundance of beautiful Ash trees. The Spanish word for Ash Tree translates to Fresno. The city of Fresno sits at the geographic center of the state of California.

The Best Neighborhoods in Fresno

The neighborhoods we have listed are considered among the best. Our choices are based on low unemployment, high incomes, nice homes, and low crime rates.

  • Central Fresno

This neighborhood goes by the name of Central. It is downtown Fresno, CA. Central has a population of around 14,000 people, and there are many different places to explore in the area. Central has the Fresno Convention Center and the Entertainment Center. There are several sports arenas, shopping malls, and restaurants. This is the place to live if you love being within walking distance of live shows and concerts, and award-winning restaurants that are perfect for every occasion.

  • Hoover

Named after our nation’s 31st President of the United States, Herbert Hoover, the suburb of Hoover is a delightful, family-oriented area with plenty of parks and restaurants. Hoover has good schools and a reasonable cost of living. There are nice places to eat and shop, as well as fun activities for kids. While Hoover has a slightly higher crime rate than Fresno, it is safer than 60% of the other neighborhoods in the city.

  • Fresno High Roeding

This neighborhood is home to more than 57,000 people. It is a quiet, safe place to live with many great schools, including Fresno City College. The cost of living is lower compared to other Fresno neighborhoods, and there are a lot of malls and shopping centers to enjoy. Fresno High Roedingis a respectable place to live and raise a family.

  • McLane

McLane is close to Central Fresno and considered one of the top neighborhoods in Fresno. While the crime rate is a little higher in McLane, it is still safer than 30% of other neighborhoods. Most of the shopping malls and restaurants are around E-Shields Avenue

  • Woodward Park

This is one ofour favorite neighborhoods because of itsrural setting. There are many open spaces, parks, and woodlands to visit. Woodward Park is a safe, beautiful area perfect for families. It is also home to the CIF Cross Country State Championships every November.

  • Bullard

Bullard is near all the other hot neighborhoods in Fresno. It is an affluent district with magnificent homes and schools. There are museums, amusement parks, the zoo, parks, and many other family-fun experiences. There are only around 1,050 residents of Bullard, and most of these residents are middle-aged, homeowners. Bullard is the perfect place to live if you are looking for a quiet neighborhood with a lot of charm.

There are many other excellent neighborhoods in Fresno. They include:

  • North Growth Area
  • Southeast Growth Area
  • West
  • Roosevelt
  • South Growth Area

These neighborhoods are highly sought after, and more people are relocating to Central California than ever before. Fresno is one of the best places to live in the state. The sun is always shining, and these neighborhoods are ideal for people who love the outdoors. The cityremains committed to education, family values, and preserving the area’s natural landscape so residents can enjoy Fresno’s beautiful neighborhoods for many years to come.