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About Santa Monica
What’s to love about Santa Monica? You probably already know that the climate is ideal for people who, like Goldilocks, want everything to be “just right”. With just over 12” of rainfall per year and an average year-round temperature of 61°F, most days will be perfect for a bike ride to the beach or a jog along the Palisades Park bluffs, overlooking the ocean. In fact, Santa Monica ranks high with respect to bike and walkability, and the public transportation system is robust throughout the city. In fact, many residents are excited about the new light-rail system that connects downtown Santa Monica with the metro system throughout Los Angeles.
Families also appreciate the solid performance of the Santa Monica School District, particularly its elementary schools, with all of them ranking high on GreatSchools.org. If you’re looking for opportunities in higher education, you can choose from Santa Monica Community College (SMCC) or a number of other colleges and universities nearby such as UCLA, Loyola Marymount and The Art Institute of California.