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Top 10 Safest Neighborhoods in San Antonio Area

Timberwood Park is one of the safest neighborhoods in San Antonio. (YouTube)

Timberwood Park s one of the Top 10 safest neighborhoods in San Antonio. (YouTube)

What are the Top 10 safest neighborhoods in the Tejano Music Capital of the World?

I recently moved to San Antonio to help Tejano Nation grow in promoting and preserving Tejano music and culture, with business connections and networking with Tejano artists, promoters and more.  I will soon be looking at neighborhoods for my permanent home and with my family, it’s always great to find a safe neighborhood with great schools and amenities. With that being said, every big city is going to have crime within it – sadly, it’s an inevitable feature of our civilization. San Antonio’s has a population of almost 2 million, the Alamo City is the 27th largest community in the nation, so there’s bound to be some crime, right?

With the help of Neighborhood Scout I found that San Antonio has a higher rate of violent crimes (1-in-186) than the national and state median (1-in-246). Property crime is relatively high with a 1-in-18 chance occurring in San Antonio while there’s a 1-for-33 chance for the rest of Texas.

With those statistics in mind, Scout was able to pinpoint the safest neighborhoods in San Antonio.

1. Smithson Valley Rd/Laurie Michelle
2. FM Road 2696 / Midnight Drive
3. Timberwood Park
4. Route 211/ Route 16
5. Scenic Oaks
6. FM Road 2696 / Wilderness Oak
7. Cross Mountain
8. FM 1560 N / W FM 471
9. W FM 471 / Gass Road
10. E. Borgfield Drive / Dal Cin Drive

It looks like I’ll be looking at these neighborhoods for my future home.

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About Romeo (875 Articles)
Romeo is media professional with over 20 years of experience in radio and digital media. He is the Managing Editor for TejanoNation.net, the premiere website for Tejano music, news and entertainment and oversees programming for Q99.5 in San Angelo, Texas.

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