Question: What are the bad areas of Tacoma?

Which parts of Tacoma are safe?

Northeast Tacoma Need some distance from the bustle of downtown? Located about 20 minutes from Downtown Tacoma is Northeast Tacoma, one of the safest neighborhoods in the city! Although the area has a variety of bars, coffee shops, and parks, Northeast Tacoma is known for its dense suburban feel.

Is Tacoma the most dangerous city?

Sadly, thats not all that youll find in Tacoma as its one of the most dangerous cities in Washington. Tacoma is spread across 62 square miles, and there are 269 crimes per square mile. With 1,864 violent crimes and 11,577 property crimes, Tacoma has been quite dangerous recently.

Is Tacoma WA dangerous?

With a crime rate of 62 per one thousand residents, Tacoma has one of the highest crime rates in America compared to all communities of all sizes - from the smallest towns to the very largest cities. Ones chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime here is one in 16.

How dangerous is South Tacoma?

South Tacoma, Tacoma, WA CrimeStatisticReportedincidentsTacoma/100k peopleRobbery422193.0Assault1,250571.7Violent crime1,848845Burglary1,768808.66 more rows

Is Tacoma nice place to live?

Tacoma is located between two of Americas trendiest cities: Portland and Seattle, and many are surprised to learn that Tacoma is not only as equally-trendy and exciting of a destination to call home as its better-known neighbors, it also boasts affordable cost-of-living, beautiful year-round weather, and plenty of

Why does my Tacoma smell?

When the tide is out, the bay contributes to the smell. But most of the odor comes from a forest of industry smokestacks built on the tidelands. A stew of airborne contaminants, mainly sulfur from the Simpson Tacoma Kraft pulp and paper mill, fills the air above the city. On good days, the smell is barely noticeable.

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