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Living in San Pablo, CA
I am trying to convince my elderly aunt to move to the East bay. She currently lives in East San Jose and enjoys being active in her local parish and in proximity to many latin-american markets, but currently can't find anywhere to live in her price range. Her meager SS check would allow her to rent an apartment in the Richmond/San Pablo/El Sobrante area. I have searched the archives and google, but can't seem to find any reviews of San Pablo. I see that they have a large latino community (a plus), and a catholic church that has Spanish mass, but don't have a sense of how safe the area is for a 70-something living on her own. Any advice on which neighborhoods to explore or avoid would be very much appreciated. Thanks Fact-finding Niece
I think if your grandmother looks for a place around the church or east of 23rd Street, she should be fine. You can always call the San Pablo Police Dept. and ask them if there are certain areas that are better than others. west county lady
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