1. City of Carmel
2. Town of Fishers
3. Town of Zionsville
4. City of Noblesville
5. City of Jasper
6. City of Westfield
7. City of Columbus
8. Town of Munster
9. City of Greenwood
9. City of Crown Point
Coming in at #7 here’s what the blog had to say about our fine city:
Columbus knows how to flaunt its style. Besides having some truly amazing architecture, this city has lots to keep its 44,061 residents entertained.
Locals can enjoy ice skating at the Hamilton Center Ice Arena or enjoy one of the many lovely parks during sunnier months. People who want something fun and interesting to watch can drop in on a roller derby tournament at Skateland or take in a cricket match at Ceraland Park.
Just by the numbers, Columbus still looked like a really great place to live. The employment rate was high and the commute time low, which means workers can comfortably get to their jobs. The air quality was the best on our list, which makes this city a real breath of fresh air, and the average summer temperature is 73 degrees. If you like to be active, working, and enjoy some more eclectic pastimes, Columbus might just be the right city for you.
They chose some interesting things to highlight. Things you don’t normally hear about when Columbus makes these sorts of lists. Nice to spread the love a little, dontcha think? I often tell people who were born and raised here that they have no idea what a gem we have. As a Columbus transplant I’m always in awe of the offerings in Columbus. It’s really a fantastic city.
If you want to read about the rest of the cities and towns on the list, you can click right here.