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Summers can be humid with highs up to around 90, but it's certainly a beautiful time of year in Iowa. I am straight, not into any sort of dating or social scene, just like wandering around, finding a nice quiet neighborhood cafe to become a regular in, love bookstores and especially thrift shops you know, the treasure-hunting thing. Some winters are warm and calm, others are freezing and snowy. It was the liberal base back in the 's, and is dominated by a very liberal public university University of Iowa.
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The first on that comes to mind and also has some nice apartments to rentis Sherman Hill. My grandma lived around University and 42nd, and it seemed like a cool area. The university has around 30, college students, and the rest of the metro has around astrong non-student population. You're brave to move right before winter! I have friends who live out in the suburbs in Chicago and they're desperately trying to get their condos sold and move back into the city. Never been there before, but I'm committed to the move. It's basically going to be a roller coaster with highs in the 10's some days, then creeping up to the 40's, then back to the 10's, then 30's, then single digits, then 40's, etc.
I would also suggest rentals around the Ingersoll Avenue neighborhood. IMO, given your single and middle-age, the last place you want to settle is a suburb. It's really only about a 10 minute drive from the northern fringes of the IC area to dating 50s Iowa southern fringes of the CR area. Surprisingly, it seems that Iowa City has that.
I won't be coming there before I actually move down there, so all my research will be online. I am confused about apartment renting in Iowa. I think it's Iowa City. Winters are not THAT brutal.
If it's freezing, then you at least have the rational hope that maybe next week will be 20 degrees warmer. I will be unemployed for a few weeks, but I have savings sufficient to live on for some time, so I can pay deposits, etc. Heck, you can still get some days in November that are mild.
November starts the slide from the upper 50's down to the low 40's as you enter December. This isn't a dating issue. Highs start off in the mid 70's or so it's in the 80's todayand by the end of October the average highs have dipped to the low 60's or even high 50's. This is likely going to be a life-defining, life-altering move for me, and I'm sure it's not going to go perfectly smoothly.
It's usually not too cloudy or stormy in October either - fairly calm and crisp with changing leaves. A bizzare custom indeed. One positive note is those two cities also have some of the best economies in the nation right now. Just looking for a nice quiet safe city to make my home in. Specifically, the East Village might be worth checking out. Iowa City has some awesome neighborhoods where you could walk to things and be part of an older, more established tree lined area that's going to have a wide mix of people - not just college students or a place where everyone is married with two small children.
I can't get over how helpful everyone is! Honestly though it can swing anywhere from highs in the mid 70's in November to lows around 10 degrees. One more really important question.
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Is there anything I need to look out for, or pay attention to, regarding Iowa City? They're large enough, growing enough, and in flux enough that new people are always showing up for one reason or another. I will add that my little sis who indulges in treasurly pursuits of the type similar to what I estimate you are reffering to does so in the Des Moines area as well"Brass Armadillo""Majestic Lion" being two notable establishments I have assisted in hauling booty out of.
I have been thinking about winter. It's simply a fact. In your opinion, would it be better to rent a temporary place until after I am employed, i. It keeps coming up, and it seems to have everything including being on the smaller side, which is also what I'm looking for. December starts around 40 degrees, then through January and February the "average high" is in the 30's, and lows in the 10's.
It was my first choice, and so far I've heard nothing against it. Both areas are quite safe, not many traffic issues, clean, excellent community focus on education, etc. I see Iowa City and Des Moines popping up everywhere on best places for careers, lowest unemployment, best places to retire, best bang for your buck, etc. I had originally dating 50s Iowa on Iowa City, but there seem to be so many nice cities that I have become confused.
It is very important for me to live in a situation where there are all kinds of attitudes liberal, conservative, etc.
October is going to be normally a pretty nice month. Historic Valley Junction West Des Moines, Ia Residing in the Des Moines areaor even better one of its close suburbs or its quaint townlets nearby you would be in the center of many little "treasure" troves just an hour or two's drive away. You might also check out the "Helpful Iowa Related Websites" thread at the top of this site it may have some links you may find informative.
Don't forget we have an entire row of states, not to mention an entire country i. Yes, Iowa City is heavily liberal.
I always liked the west side of the city of Des Moines as well. I have never lived in a place where you could rent an apartment without first having a job. Sincere thanks to everyone. From my understanding and pls, someone correct me if I'm wrongIowa City is pretty heavily liberal.
View detailed profile Advanced or search site with Search Forums Advanced. On the other hand, if you pick a more urban neighborhood, you're much more likely to find neighbors that have similiar interests as you. Such extremes! The one thing that helps a little is that it's always changing, day by day.
But it seems that in Iowa, having a job is not necessarily a requirement. I have also noticed that the Des Moines metro area undertakes this odd custom of transferring unwanted or unused items around the area every spring and fall in the form of numerous 'garage, 'yard' or 'porch' sales. Canada that is further north than Iowa.
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I am sure there are other "treasure" stashes in the area as welland in nearby suburbs of Des Moines'Valley Junction' being another hotspot that comes to mind. I'm single, mid-fifties, moving to Iowa from Northern California. I agree as well - forget the suburbs for the most part. The problem is, people are just getting soft. You also have Cedar Rapids right to the north of Iowa City.
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Northeast of downtown as you get over towards Oakland Cemetery, and then down around Summit Street and east of there. Not to sure about the "Treasure" hunting my pursuits of such type are undertaken in auto 'scrap' and 'you pull it' yards however when I have the need to read I head for West Des Moines. October can be very, very nice but it can be dicey.
Someone suggested a while back that late September would be the best time to move in order to avoid the boiling summer.
By the end of April you're already looking at normal highs around 70 degrees. People worry sometimes about being an "outsider" in a smaller Iowa town or city, especially if you're coming from California or the east coast.
I have tried to research this, and I now the winters are extreme, but I thought I would have a little spell of ideal weather between summer and winter. The Cedar Rapids area is aroundpeople, and the Iowa City area is aroundpeople, and they're about 20 miles apart on I There's a lot of back and forth movement between these two areas.
What city would be best, in your opinion? Don't believe all that crap where people go "awww, the weather sucks - it's winter for SIX months straight!
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March is normally when things "break" and then through April and May it warms up pretty quick. Or are there a sufficient of places that will rent to me to make it worth my while to look for my dream apartment right off the bat? Sorry about the length, but this move is a huge step for me, and I am incredibly excited about this move, and I suspect that Iowa will be my home for the rest of my life. Some forums can only be seen by registered members.
Understand that is no easy undertakingWest Des Moines is 80 plus miles from where I reside in southern Iowa. So, regarding the weather, will I have time to get situation before the dating 50s Iowa weather starts? I have a theory that nothing new is ever added to this inventorythat it is actually just the same 'stuff' perpetually caught in a never ending circle of yard to yard or garage to garage transfusions.
But tell me: If I arrive at the beginning of October, will I have at least a month of decent weather to get oriented?