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-Capital-city amenities
-Cost of living


-Crime rates
-Air service
-Hot, humid summers

What Bert Has To Say About Little Rock-North Little Rock Metro Area

Little Rock is the steady but unremarkable capital of Arkansas. Typical of mid-America, the downtown area is laid out on a rectangular grid with mostly average modern architecture, a sprinkling of older historic structures, and a waterfront park along the Arkansas River. North Little Rock is a growing, business-friendly and mainly progressive middle class center across the river.

The area’s economy is supported by the state government, a very large teaching hospital associated with the University of Arkansas, and a smattering of private employers mainly in the service sector including retail, direct marketing, and a modest amount of high tech. Notable attributes include the low cost of living for a capital city and state center, and the availability of healthcare resources.

There is a small assortment of cultural assets, mostly local in character. Recreation consists mainly of college sports, a few minor league teams and nearby watersports. For a capital city, incomes are relatively high especially in relation to the low cost of living. Housing costs are particularly low but air service is lacking and violent crime has been enough of an issue to garner some unwanted journalistic attention.

Little Rock is situated between the Ouachita Mountains to the west and the flat Mississippi River Valley lowlands to the east. Hilly residential areas west of the city rise to 600 feet. The climate is continental with an element of humid subtropical, particularly in summer. Winters are mild, but outbreaks of cold air are common. Precipitation is fairly well distributed throughout the year with the majority arriving in summer as thunderstorms. Snow is negligible but occasional ice storms can be severe. First freeze is early November, last is late March.


Quick Facts About North Little Rock

    The unemployment rate in North Little Rock is 5.70 percent(U.S. avg. is 6.30%). Recent job growth is Negative. North Little Rock jobs have Decreased by 0.94 percent.
    Compared to the rest of the country, North Little Rock's cost of living is 19.40% Lower than the U.S. average.
    As of 2014, North Little Rock's population is 62,817 people. Since 2000, it has had a population growth of 1.20 percent.
    Average Commute time is 19 minutes. The National Average is 25 minutes.
    The median home cost in North Little Rock is $88,600. Home appreciation the last year has been 0.10 percent.
    North Little Rock public schools spend $14,729 per student. The average school expenditure in the U.S. is $12,435. There are about 15.2 students per teacher in North Little Rock.

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Although crime and economics have taken their toll on the city, North Little Rock is beginning to improve greatly. Crime is become more isolated to certain areas of the... (read more)
Wouldn't want to live here!
Hot weather, crazy people. Kroger's supermarket rated "Best of Arkansas". Stay... (read more)
re: Cost are creeping up - 8/7/2006
Ahh. NLR is fine with me, I lived there and its a whole lot better than where I live now, Pine Bluff, Ar. Crime is a problem everywhere but NLR has friendly people and... (read more)
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