Arizona’s climate is a dry climate that is very hot, but because of the low humidity, people say it’s a dry heat. The lack of moisture in the air makes the heat not feel as miserable as in especially humid areas of the country, and it’s a climate that many from northern climates especially find to be a welcome change from bone-chilling cold. Those with arthritis or any condition that feels better in a dry climate may decide to move to Arizona. It’s not just a state for retirees, either. The Sierra Vista area is a thriving community for people of all ages to live, go to school, and work.
Houses For Sale Sierra Vista will feature all sorts of native Arizona landscapes and views. Many housing communities are good places to walk, and in addition to play areas, they are close to the city’s many walking paths. The parks and recreation department has a full list of city parks to take advantage of, an aquatics center, which is great for recreational swimming, taking swimming lessons, playing in the water park area, and just getting out of the afternoon summer heat, and special events that they host in the area.
For those who love Tucson, you’ll only be 70 miles away, which is about an hour’s drive up the interstate. However, you’ll find plenty of shopping and things to do in the city of Sierra Vista. To begin a search for employment in Sierra Vista, look on the city’s website for the chamber of commerce. There are about 45,000 people in Sierra Vista, so despite its location, it’s got a small town atmosphere but all the services you’d expect in a thriving, busy community. Sierra Vista has six elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school. Despite its size, Sierra Vista also has a great public transit system.
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