San Diego, Santa Cruz, Vacaville and Temecula all were named on the list. The list does not rank the cities within the 100 named.
In the 13th year of the list, the rankings this year focused on communities poised for recovery and future growth.
According to the Web site, RelocateAmerica “discovered communities with strong local leadership, employment opportunities, thriving community commitment, improving real estate markets, growing green initiatives, plentiful recreational options and an overall high quality of life.”
“We’re always happy to be recognized. We’re certainly pleased. It is a safe city and a very united city,” Vacaville Mayor Len Augustine told the Vacaville Reporter on Wednesday.
“There are so many activities going on. … It’s an unbelievable place to live and very family-oriented. There’s always something to do.”
In a breakout list, San Diego was named as one of the Top 10 places to live. In it’s publication, the Web site credited San Diego with strong economy, diverse population, great educational institutions, unsurpassed quality of life, and world-renowned location make it the ideal place to do business, to work, and to live.