The 10 Best Neighborhoods In Vancouver For 2022


We used science and data to determine which neighborhoods in Vancouver are the best of the best.

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Do you like your neighborhood?

Is it friendly, and where everyone knows their neighbors?

No matter if you live in the sticks or in an apartment building in downtown Vancouver, you have a little pocket that you can call home. And each neighborhood is different.

Smaller neighborhoods usually have obvious benefits -- less crime, a slower pace of life, and a lower cost of living. But not all Vancouver neighborhoods are created equal. Some are better than others. But which ones?

Instead of relying on public opinion and speculation, we wanted to get the facts straight and find out which neighborhoods in Vancouver are the best. If you're in one of the places we're about to highlight, odds are you know you've got it made. So, if you're thinking of moving to Washington and Vancouver is on the top of your list, check out our best neighborhoods to live in.

Here are the best neighborhoods in Vancouver for 2022.

So what's the best neighborhood to live in Vancouver for 2022? According to the most recent census data, Village At Fishers Landing looks to be the best Vancouver neighborhood to live in.

Read on to see how we determined the places around Vancouver that deserve a little bragging rights or maybe you're interested in the worst neighborhoods in Vancouver.

Once you're done, you can look at the bottom of the story for a complete chart of every neighborhood we looked at from best to worst.

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Best Neighborhoods In Vancouver

The 10 Best Neighborhoods To Live In Vancouver

Population: 1,014
Rank Last Year: 1 (No Change)
Median Home Value: $325,500 (Seventh best)
Median Income: $90,556 (Seventh best)
More on Village At Fishers Landing: Homes For Sale | Data

Population: 1,913
Rank Last Year: 2 (No Change)
Median Home Value: $313,400 (Ninth best)
Median Income: $93,157 (Fifth best)
More on Burton Evergreen: Homes For Sale | Data

Population: 2,798
Rank Last Year: 3 (No Change)
Median Home Value: $355,467 (Third best)
Median Income: $101,891 (Second best)
More on Old Evergreen Highway: Homes For Sale | Data

Population: 845
Rank Last Year: -
Median Home Value: $311,400 (11th best)
Median Income: $110,132 (best)
More on Cascade Southeast: Homes For Sale | Data

Population: 1,873
Rank Last Year: 5 (No Change)
Median Home Value: $210,600 (36th best)
Median Income: $78,688 (11th best)
More on Parkway East: Homes For Sale | Data

Population: 1,092
Rank Last Year: 4 (Down 2)
Median Home Value: $301,233 (13th best)
Median Income: $89,854 (Eighth best)
More on Father Blanchet Park: Homes For Sale | Data

Population: 471
Rank Last Year: 6 (Down 1)
Median Home Value: $353,100 (Fifth best)
Median Income: $79,648 (Ninth best)
More on Dubois Park: Homes For Sale | Data

Population: 7,010
Rank Last Year: 7 (Down 1)
Median Home Value: $254,740 (19th best)
Median Income: $72,211 (14th best)
More on Fishers Landing East: Homes For Sale | Data

Population: 2,065
Rank Last Year: 9 (No Change)
Median Home Value: $270,867 (16th best)
Median Income: $78,104 (12th best)
More on Bella Vista: Homes For Sale | Data

Population: 1,084
Rank Last Year: 8 (Down 2)
Median Home Value: $354,367 (Fourth best)
Median Income: $99,477 (Third best)
More on Fishers Creek: Homes For Sale | Data

Methodology: How We Determined The Best Vancouver, WA Neighborhoods In 2022

In order to rank the best neighborhoods in Vancouver, we had to determine what criteria defines a "best".

Using crime, census, and extrapolated BLS data, we arrived at the following set of criteria:

  • High incomes
  • Low unemployment rates
  • Low crime
  • High home prices
  • High population densities (A proxy for things to do)

We then ranked each neighborhood with scores from 1 to 61 in each category, where 1 was the best.

Next, we averaged the rankings for each neighborhood to create a best neighborhood index.

And finally, we crowned the neighborhood with the lowest best neighborhood index the "Best City Neighborhood In Vancouver." We're lookin' at you, Village At Fishers Landing.

Read on below to learn more about what it's like to live in the best places Vancouver, Washington has to offer. Or skip to the end to see the list of all the neighborhoods in the city from best to worst.

Summary: Putting A Bow On Our Analysis Of The Best Neighborhoods In Vancouver

If you're measuring the neighborhoods in Vancouver where crime is low and everyone wants to live, this is an accurate list.

As we mentioned earlier, the neighborhoods in Vancouver aren't all good. Fruit Valley takes the title of the worst neighborhood to live in Vancouver.

We ranked the neighborhoods from best to worst in the chart below.

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Best Neighborhoods To Live In Vancouver For 2022 Detailed Data

Rank Neighborhood Population Home Value Median Income
1 Village At Fishers Landing 1,014 $325,500 $90,556
2 Burton Evergreen 1,913 $313,400 $93,157
3 Old Evergreen Highway 2,798 $355,467 $101,891
4 Cascade Southeast 845 $311,400 $110,132
5 Parkway East 1,873 $210,600 $78,688
6 Father Blanchet Park 1,092 $301,233 $89,854
7 Dubois Park 471 $353,100 $79,648
8 Fishers Landing East 7,010 $254,740 $72,211
9 Bella Vista 2,065 $270,867 $78,104
10 Fishers Creek 1,084 $354,367 $99,477
11 Riverview 294 $417,200 $94,582
12 Cimarron 291 $313,400 $93,157
13 Northwest 3,342 $254,680 $65,229
14 Parkside 2,168 $201,350 $69,949
15 Evergreen Highlands 617 $309,550 $67,116
16 South Cliff 455 $353,100 $79,648
17 Fairway 164th 2,591 $228,950 $42,584
18 Hearthwood 2,181 $191,700 $55,357
19 Riveridge 1,943 $265,367 $64,310
20 Northcrest 708 $232,500 $52,337
21 Lincoln 3,556 $239,367 $67,066
22 Image 4,033 $184,925 $60,757
23 Northwood 489 $217,700 $68,646
24 Wildwood 896 $278,400 $67,690
25 Countryside Woods 5,390 $236,133 $59,436
26 Landover Sharmel 5,215 $199,400 $54,468
27 Burton Ridge 891 $216,600 $57,386
28 First Place 1,043 $412,500 $51,445
29 Oakbrook 3,243 $207,925 $62,305
30 Edgewood Park 1,204 $283,600 $64,496
31 Columbia Way 654 $225,500 $47,986
32 Mountain View 4,363 $187,867 $41,629
33 Cascade Highlands 3,446 $165,633 $73,636
34 Bennington 3,200 $258,750 $68,786
35 Airport Green 367 $229,000 $57,000
36 West Minnehaha 3,568 $220,080 $51,925
37 Ellsworth Springs 4,737 $204,800 $44,394
38 Carter Park 1,890 $222,767 $60,804
39 Hough 2,281 $212,350 $36,846
40 Fourth Plain Village 2,254 $160,600 $39,914
41 Burnt Bridge Creek 3,925 $191,833 $65,312
42 North Hearthwood 755 $320,750 $54,222
43 Esther Short 2,952 $215,280 $36,565
44 Marrion 2,879 $214,550 $64,268
45 North Image 5,591 $145,520 $51,358
46 Forest Ridge 953 $214,550 $64,268
47 Shumway 1,120 $219,850 $44,909
48 Vancouver Heights 4,556 $209,756 $57,780
49 North Garrison Heights 2,935 $171,750 $43,998
50 Kevanna Park 2,069 $177,800 $55,615
51 Fircrest 6,166 $185,020 $52,237
52 Arnada 792 $208,300 $47,289
53 Hamey Heights 5,359 $187,317 $45,480
54 Hudsons Bay 1,501 $207,150 $47,348
55 Rose Village 4,950 $154,950 $42,148
56 Central Park 1,994 $155,700 $35,410
57 Meadow Homes 2,365 $174,180 $44,950
58 Van Mall 4,941 $136,443 $46,867
59 Bagley Downs 5,521 $144,575 $37,977
60 Ogden 4,067 $163,940 $42,672
61 Fruit Valley 1,735 $83,900 $34,370

Editor's Note: We updated this article for 2022. This is our ninth time ranking the best neighborhoods to live in Vancouver.

About Chris Kolmar

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