Where to Live in San Diego - San Diego Real Estate and Coastal Homes
Carlsbad, CA is located on the southern coast, immediately south of Oceanside and north of San Diego. With an average annual rainfall total that falls more than twenty five inches below the national average, temperatures that range between forty four and seventy two degrees, and two hundred sixty three sunny days every year, it offers an idyllic climate for anyone interested in settling down in the area. Surrounded by natural wonders like beautiful beaches, majestic mountains, and striking desert, the city calls to potential residents with its many attractions and activities and innovative business opportunities in a community that manages to maintain a little village appeal.
Carlsbad is a city that encourages an active citizen involvement in a variety of efforts like the support of the open space zoning regulations that have a goal of maintaining the many natural land features, like natural wildlife habitats and land formations for appreciation, education, and recreation. Almost forty percent of the community land has been designated open space. There is also a strong academic presence in the city, with three libraries, four school districts, and a number of community colleges and universities, as well as the Army Navy Academy Boarding School for Boys. Carlsbad's average of high school and college graduates surpasses that of the nation. There is also a wide range of resources readily available for any resident who may have a concern or question.
Employment and Businesses
The city provides a variety of employment and business opportunities, with the largest employment brackets falling into either management or professional brackets. Some of the more prevalent business interests include life sciences, telecommunications, and clean technology. Resources are available for residents interested in starting an enterprise. There are many other employment options that are a fortunate result of the many attractions in the area.
The variety of attractions, natural and man-made, in the community rival and surpass those of many other cities of the same size. The beaches are owned and maintained by the California State Parks Department. They cover the coastline of Carlsbad and offer opportunities for picnicking, with camping available at South Carlsbad State Beach. There are three lagoons in the community including the freshwater Buena Vista Lagoon, an ecological preserve with a variety of birds for watching. Natural wonders farther inland include the Carlsbad Ranch and its famous Flower Fields. The fields cover almost fifty acres and celebrate the spring season with a spectacular riot of brightly colored blooms for a period of six to eight weeks.
There are many attractions in addition to the natural beauties. Carlsbad has been ranked among one of the country's most playful cities. There are a variety of golf courses for residents and visitors, some of them rated among the best in the nation. There is never a shortage of events in the city. They include the Carlsbad Music Festival and the Carlsbad Village Street Fair, a twice a year event with over nine hundred vendors selling a variety of wares and more than fifty food booths with offerings to please any palate. Perhaps the most well known attraction is Legoland, more than one hundred acres of fun in the form of shows, attractions like a tour of the factory, shopping with a massive selection of Legos and merchandise, dining, and sixty plus rides.
With the appeal of a utopian climate, an involved community, high academic and business standards, natural beauty, and a plethora of fun attractions and events, Carlsbad, California offers the epitome of the ideal location to call home.
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