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Santa Clarita Ranked 23rd Best Mid-Sized City To Work From Home During Coronavirus  

Santa Clarita was ranked the 23rd best mid-sized city to work from home during the coronavirus pandemic, officials said Tuesday. 

With the COVID-19 outbreak still resulting in individuals working from home, Santa Clarita is the 23rd best mid-sized city to work at home, according to AdvisorSmith. 

“We analyzed 2,493 U.S. cities and considered five critical factors for working from home: availability of high-speed internet, housing prices and crime levels. Since many believe outdoor activities are safer during the coronavirus pandemic, we also considered weather conditions and the amount of parkland in each city,” said officials with the company.  

See Related: Santa Clarita Ranked 7th Best Place To Be ‘Stuck At Home’ During Pandemic  

AdvisorSmith’s study found that 99 percent of Santa Clarita residents had access to broadband providers offering 100 Mb/s internet connections, according to officials.

Also, 72 percent of Santa Clarita households had access to two or more broadband providers, according to officials.

Santa Clarita also had high scores for weather 93, safety 93 and housing 84 on a 100-point scale. 

Santa Clarita is among several other mid-sized cities that ranked in the top 30 best cities to work from home following Temecula at 21 and Fontana at 22, according to the research. 

This report comes just over a month after Santa Clarita was ranked the seventh best city to be stuck at home during the pandemic partially due to Santa Clarita ranking one of the safest cities in the country. 

To see AdvisorSmith’s full study and to see where other cities ranked, click here

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Santa Clarita Ranked 23rd Best Mid-Sized City To Work From Home During Coronavirus  

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  1. 99 percent of the city doesn’t have access to high speed internet. The FCC’s data is notorious for counting an entire census block as served, even if only a single residence in that census block has service.

    Sources
    1. Federal Communications Commission, Fixed Broadband Deployment

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