Question: Is Albuquerque a safe city?

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A new study ranks Albuquerque among the least safe cities in the country. In its new “Safest Cities in America” list released Monday, WalletHub ranked Albuquerques 137 out of 182. The city got especially low marks for “home and community safety” and “financial security.”

What is the safest part of Albuquerque?

Best and Safest Neighborhoods to Live in Albuquerque, New MexicoHeritage East. Heritage East stretches from Redmont to Paseo del Norte and Ventura to Holbrook. Vista Del Mundo. Tanoan East. Quaker Heights Road. Lousiana and Indian School. Skyview Acres. North Valley. Peppertree-Royal Oak.More items

Is Albuquerque tap water safe to drink?

Our water meets all federal and state standards for drinking water quality, and has also been recognized for its good taste. It is important to note that the Water Authority provides water that meets all state and federal legal standards for safe drinking water.

Which state has best water quality?

Hawaii ranks first in the nation for air and water quality, as well as in the overall natural environment category. Massachusetts places second in this subcategory, followed by North Dakota, Virginia and Florida. Learn more about the Best States for air and water quality below.

Is Albuquerque a cool place to live?

Answer: Albuquerque. This magical New Mexico city earned a place on our Top 100 Best Places to Live list for all the reasons above, but it scored particularly well in the amenities category, thanks to a long list of parks, museums, restaurants and fun things to do that keep residents entertained.

Is it cheaper to live in New Mexico or Colorado?

New Mexicos cost of living is below the national average, which is why many people choose to move here. In fact, it costs 11.6% less than the U.S. average to live in New Mexico. When comparing Albuquerque and Denver, Colorado cost of living, its definitely more expensive to live in Denver.

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