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The Livability Score is a score out of 100 that was designed to help people quickly and easily evaluate the quality of an area. The score consists of 7 different categories and dozens of data points across multiple data sets.
The Livability Index assesses seven broad categories of community livability: housing, neighborhood, transportation, environment, health, engagement, and opportunity. Metric values and policy points within each category are combined to create the category score. Those category scores are then averaged to create a location’s total livability score.
To get a perfect score of 100, a neighborhood would have to be among the best in the country in each of the seven livability categories. It can be difficult to score highly across categories.
Scott Creek is Ranked #12 in Coquitlam
- Scott Creek has a Livability Score of 80/100, which is considered exceptional
- Scott Creek crime rates are 12% lower than the Coquitlam average
- Cost of living in Scott Creek is 10% higher than the Coquitlam average
- Scott Creek real estate prices are 21% higher than the Coquitlam average
- Rental prices in Scott Creek are equal to the Coquitlam average
Scott Creek Demographics
- The population density in Scott Creek is 225% higher than Coquitlam
- The median age in Scott Creek is 6% higher than Coquitlam
- In Scott Creek 39.46% of the population is Chinese
- In Scott Creek 8.93% of the population is West Asian
- In Scott Creek 3.26% of the population is Multiple Visible Minorities
Visible Minority Population
|Multiple Visible Minorities||3.3%|
Immigrants By Place Of Birth
EXPLORE THE TRI-CITIES
Welcome to living in the Tri-Cities, traditionally the preferred choice of families moving to Metro Vancouver. The right mix of Urbanism, Nature, great neighborhoods, transit and Activities make these communities very activities to young families as well as Adults who prefer a softer approach to Urban living