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Old 02-09-2020, 09:26 PM
 
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Okay so here it is....
My husband and I recently moved out of the high desert...victorville/apple valley area. The crime up there has just gotten to be horrible and honestly the school systems were not great and my daughter will be starting kinder next year.Along with a million other reasons...

So we decided to move to Beaumont Ca. although we have met some great people so far I am finding that it takes to long to get to everyday things, target, Costco, even a nice restaurant is about a 20 minute drive on the freeway and we are a year in and I am already tired of driving. not to mention that I don't really want my daughter to go to Beaumont High, which is technically in banning :/ !! I would rather move to a city where we could settle for a long time and feel comfortable with our daughter going to middle school/high school there, and not be moving her from town to town every couple years.

With that being said we have heard that Temecula and Murrieta have great schools and is a family community.
So I have been exploring some neighborhoods and I can't help but feel that 95% of the neighborhoods I have driven through seem a little run down and have quite a lot of cars parked on the street, even though most of the houses have 3 car garages. I was under the impression Temecula and Murrieta were more of an extension of San Diego communities, but honestly they remind me a little more of our old neighborhoods in Victorville.

Case and point I am wondering if there is anyone that could shed some light on living in Temecula/murrieta area. is it a clean place to live? I know the schools are good but are the over crowded? any info from is helpful, wish I had asked these questions before we moved to Beaumont.
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Old 02-10-2020, 08:23 PM
 
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So I have been exploring some neighborhoods and I can't help but feel that 95% of the neighborhoods I have driven through seem a little run down and have quite a lot of cars parked on the street, even though most of the houses have 3 car garages.


Not sure what that is an indication of - people like to use garages for storage / game room?
A whole lot of houses were built after 2000, so they should not look run-down. Maybe I have low standards
It's a nice safe area to live. Schools are great. Class sizes seem to be OK - depends on the school you go to. There are good private and charter schools if public schools are not your thing.

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Old 02-11-2020, 03:37 PM
 
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We have been in Temecula for 4 years. It's a great place to raise a family. Neighbors are pleasant. Generally this area doesn't have a bad neighborhood. Maybe the residents were just having guests over? Then again, I get it when neighbors could not fit their Escalades in their garages. ;-)
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Old 02-19-2020, 12:46 AM
 
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Question Temecula Murrieta Move

Just moved from Lake Elsinore to Corona. California-native. That being said, you are nailing it in my opinion. Although east of Elsinore down Railroad Canyon There are some Beautiful Family homes with parks schools nearby. Majority of areas are no place to be running around at night. Also Mega construction on corridor from 215-15 via Bundy Canyon next couple years. Best of Luck. Myself, I can't wait to be done with this State.Overrun with devious scammers, schemers, do gooders, low-lifes. back-stabbers. They talk of a swamp in Washington, supposedly being pumped out. What does that make us in the World's Eye? Think we care? C-Y@.!
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Old 05-12-2020, 04:08 AM
 
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Be advised if your work is not local to temecula the i-15 commute can be brutal.
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