Photos: Livability's Ten Best Places to Live in 2014 -- and Whether Boulder Made the Cut
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In 2013, Livability ranked Boulder highly on its list of most livable U.S. cities. How did the community score a year later? Pretty damn well, as you'll see when you count down the photo-illustrated 2014 version, complete with Livability blurbs and the methodology used to come up with the order. To see the original post, which goes all the way up to 100, click here.
Number 10: Reno, Nevada
The dry heat in Reno isn't as hot as other parts of the state, and the Sierra Nevada mountains are just waiting to be climbed. Quick commutes, natural amenities, culture and casinos make Reno a great place to live. The affordable and plentiful hotels can accommodate visitors who want to visit this great city.
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2013 ranking: Number 9
Number 9: Eugene, Oregon
A truly year-round climate makes outdoor recreation in Eugene possible through four temperate seasons. It's no wonder Eugene has one of the highest scores for amenities. This leads to low traffic congestion because people bike and walk to work, farmers markets, dining and nightlife. Spending time in the area gets residents engaged in the community and its continual improvement.
2013 ranking: Number 8
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