Living in Urdaneta City, Philippines:
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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Urdaneta City, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked six people living in Urdaneta City 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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Urdaneta City is a plastic free city. Please know where to put your plastic garbage and, if possible, don’t use any plastics. Urdaneta city is the gateway of the north. It is one of the most progressive and the cleanest, greenest and livable cities in region 1. There is a famous landmark in our city which is the big carabao statue.

Expect to have a simple and peaceful place, free from nuisance. Prepare to have a healthy lifestyle and healthy living. We grow vegetables, fruits, and trees.

Urdaneta City can be considered a city at a crossroads. It is very rural compared to other cities. One of the famous landmarks is a carabao statue at the city center, thus, easily spotted. With regards to development, the city can be considered a developing one.

Urdaneta City is a great place. It is one of the cleanest city in Pangasinan and the people here are very kind and helpful. If you will reside in Urdaneta, you will not be having difficulties in buying things for your house because there are plenty of convenience store here and three shopping malls.

Princess, says: 2020

Urdaneta City, is a rural city and a province. It may not be as big as other city but I assure that our city is a happy place and you can have more friends in here because all people are friendly. You and enjoy the breezy air that touches your skin and enjoy going to beaches.

Zherna, says: 2020

Urdaneta City, Pangasinan, is one of the most livable cities north of Manila. The city offers reputable public and private schools and colleges and convenient expressways. Its market sells cheap fruits, vegetables, fish and meat. It is also the gateway to the cooler Baguio mountains, famous churches of Manaoag and the beaches of La Union.

Reynaldo, says: 2020

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