Population: 275,487

Living in Chula Vista, California:
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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Chula Vista, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Chula Vista what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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With numerous parks, playgrounds golf courses, eateries, shopping malls and nature trails, Chula Vista is your ideal city. Located 11 miles inland from the beaches, the weather is perfect for enjoying outdoor activities. The neighborhoods are safe and the neighbors provide a sense of community. You see adults grouped together enjoying one another’s company, as their children play together.

Ashley, says: 2020

Chula Vista is a very big city which is currently being remodeled in many areas. For example, streets are being rebuilt and new apartment buildings are being constructed. It would be wonderful to live in these future apartments but they will probably be expensive. In Chula Vista, the weather is usually slightly warm.

Caitlin, says: 2020

Chula Vista is a city within San Diego County. It contains many older homes, many of which are on huge lots. There is a downtown, on Third Avenue, with many shops and restaurants to enjoy. Many residents of Chula Vista have lived in the city for 50 or more years.

CV is an amazing, memorable city. in CV, if you go north, you can go hiking or camping in the mountains. If you go east, you can go to Los Angeles for a more city vibe. If you go south, you end up in majestic Mexico! If you go west, you’re in California! Off to the beach!

Varshini, says: 2020

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