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The City of League City FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 300 W. Walker June 2, 2014 
League City, TX 77573
Kristi Wyatt

League City Named One of the Best Small Cities to Live In

“Communities that are not only thriving economically, but also are places that provide an affordable lifestyle for residents,” that’s how League City and the other U.S. cities named “Best Small Cities to Live In” are described.  NerdWallet.com, a blog and website that helps consumers make decisions about personal finances, travel and education, released the list this week.  League City ranked number nineteen in the U.S. The study compared 924 cities with populations from 25,000 to 100,000.

The website scored cities based on population growth, income growth, poverty levels, home costs, income levels and several other factors.     

Friendswood was the only other Texas city on the list, coming in at number two.  For a complete list, log onto http://www.nerdwallet.com/blog/cities/economics/best-small-cities-live-in/ .

League City was also ranked as one of the top 10 safest cities in Texas according to a CQ press study in 2013 .  The City also ranked number four in best Texas cities for young families and the number one best Texas city for job seekers by Nerdwallet.com in 2013.






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