In terms of property crime, those living in Red Bluff are at 171 percent greater risk than the average for California and 187 percent more at risk than the national average. December 30, 2015 at 12:24 pm Not absolutely horrible, but not desirable, either.

I so agree! This intentionally leaves a landlord carrying property (structure only) coverage should the rental be destroyed., REGARDLESS if it’s determined the accident was due to a failure on behalf of the landlord/owner to test all electrical outlets, plumbing fixtures, GFCI’S, smoke alarms, truth in Rental disclosure documents & to correct/repair any faulty, non-functioning items. Violent crime is a bigger issue than property crime in this city, as it is30 percent higher than California’s average rate and 52 percent higher than the national average.


Funny that you should mention the Apple Valley Del Taco multiple times – everyone who has ever eaten here knows that the best Del Tacos are located in Barstow and still owned and operated by the original family – much better food than any of the corporately owned stores.

Most people have never heard of Clearlake.

I am rewriting this whole thing and going to use ACTUAL facts and information. May 21, 2016 at 11:28 am

This list is bogus beyond belief.
To use low population density to determine that a place is undesirable doesn’t really add up.

Statistics provided by Area Vibes show that crime rates are 75 percent higher than the nation’s average. Debbi Carlson says:
San Jacinto is Hemets neighbor. Amy says:

Ps: and who eats at del taco? I love this city and the people.

Wrong about Foster City (which is in San Mateo County) along with San Carlos, Belmont, San Mateo, all in San Mateo County.

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