Business Week’s annual ranking of the best places to raise your kids lists the best town from each of the 50 state. To be eligible, the towns needs to have 45,000 or more residents and a median income of $40,000 and 125,000. The only exception is Vermont where none of the cities would of made the population requirement. The cities were ranked based on school performance, number of schools, household expenditures, crime rates, air quality, job growth, family income, museums, parks, theaters, other amenities, and diversity.
Some of the best towns include:
West Haven, CT (Near New Haven)
Pembroke Pines, FL (near Ft. Lauderdale)
Quincy, MA (near Boston)
Edison, NJ (Near New Brunswick)
Tonawanda, NY (Near Buffalo)
Clarksville, TN (Near Nashville)
Churchill has temporary apartments in many of the best towns listed. We’ll be happy to help you with your no-fee short term apartment needs.