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BLACK DIAMOND

Fitzgerald, GA

#64 Dec 23, 2012
I too have been thinking about moving to Warner Robins GA. Im Kinda hesitant because alot of people where I currently live move there, and when I say alot I do mean alot. I think I recently heard that Warner Robins was becoming over populated. I kinda understand why they move from this small town,everybody in your business,all the gossip,and it just makes you feel like you cant grow here. Warner Robins is about 45min. from the town I live in now, I occasionally go to shop there. It seems like a good place to live,but of course I cant tell by only being there for a couple of hours. I also have a three year old, six year old, and a seven year older, so that really makes me do my research when it comes to moving to another town because its all about them being in a safe environment.
big daddy

Lexington, KY

#65 Jan 17, 2013
Jez wrote:
just stay on the centerville/bonaire side. dont move anywhere near the "states". streets named after a state.. i.e. Alabama, Carolina, Arizona,.. to name a few.(rather the northside, near the base).
your a jerk jez i live on alabama thats one of the best sreets to get the best crack
Escaped

Gainesville, VA

#66 Jan 19, 2013
BLACK DIAMOND wrote:
I too have been thinking about moving to Warner Robins GA. Im Kinda hesitant because alot of people where I currently live move there, and when I say alot I do mean alot. I think I recently heard that Warner Robins was becoming over populated. I kinda understand why they move from this small town,everybody in your business,all the gossip,and it just makes you feel like you cant grow here. Warner Robins is about 45min. from the town I live in now, I occasionally go to shop there. It seems like a good place to live,but of course I cant tell by only being there for a couple of hours. I also have a three year old, six year old, and a seven year older, so that really makes me do my research when it comes to moving to another town because its all about them being in a safe environment.
If you want safe, don't move to Warner Robins!
Anita

Perry, GA

#67 Jan 20, 2013
Yes, Warner Robins GA is a good place to live, raise a family, and grow roots!

Since 2009 it has been nationally recognized as "The best place in Georgia to raise a family (Business Week, 2009 and 2010), the Chamber of Commerce is one of the 3 best in the U.S. in its division (American Chamber of Commerce Executives Association, 2009), and the city garnered the "#7 best place to live, small cities" (CNN Money, 2012).

Also, Robins AFB is here to constantly infuse life into the economy and jobs are available for those willing to work!

Check out area stats here: http://www.anitaclarkrealtor.com/Pages/Warner...
Daniel

Forsyth, GA

#68 Mar 19, 2013
XResident wrote:
Things must have changed a lot since I was there in 68-70. I remeber Warner Robins with a lot of friendly people and do not remember much crime. I remember the chain gangs working the county roads. Maybe that should be brought back. I lived in Bonair and worked at Robins AFB. As I remember there was only like 2 or 3 bars in town and they were all on front street or first street near the Macon hiway.
Yea, Dave's reply is totally true. The Warner Robins you remember doesn't exist anymore at all. Ive been here since 91 and brother its gone to hell. Growth, as i see it, equals "destruction". Your memories are just that...memories.
Glad I Left It

Istanbul, Turkey

#69 Mar 25, 2013
Full of coons and mexicans. the mexicans date nasty aids ridden truck drivers. a place for half breeds. its a mutt town.
No police force

Warner Robins, GA

#70 Mar 30, 2013
They only patrol in the daylight. If you like living around people who blast there music with no consideration for others, Warner Robins is your place. I'm from a big city up north and I see WR as another Macon in 5 years or less because the cops don't enforce the laws. That's the easiest way to lose a city. Watch as it rolls down the gutter.
melissa

United States

#71 Aug 10, 2013
I just moved here a month ago due to a job transfer. I feel extremely safe and have 2 small children. The school they are going to is awesome and very secure. Every town has the good parts and bad parts. I live in Houston County school district and love all the Southern hospitality and how nice everyone is here. I'm not sure where all the negative about this town is coming from. I have heard people say to stay away from Macon which is about 30 minutes away. They have a really nice shopping mall there though on riverside drive. The kids have had fun here too. We go to Johnny G's, Rigby's entertainment center, or Monkey Joe's to have fun. Your in the middle of a lot of weekend trip spots like Jekyll Island, Savannah, and Atlanta's Six Flags. We haven't gotten bored yet. I feel totally safe in my neighborhoood and love how nice everyone is here the most. I don't miss my hometown being here. It feels like home already.
steve tresslar

Dublin, GA

#72 Aug 17, 2013
I have lived here for a long time and seen warner robins change we will be moveing next year police here dont investigate burgerlys and the meth here is draging the comunity down home invasion strong arm robery. You will need to arm your selves and protect your property and belonings your self mayor and pd department are not doing enough lot of talk no do...
Army Guy

New York, NY

#73 Aug 19, 2013
Like the above poster stated ....(if you love mexicans,Blacks,Half Breeds,Disease ridden truck drivers shacked up with fat nasty mexican women who screw long haired diseased ridden tattoo covered motorcycle puss guts and crime) you will love Warner Robins.
Glad i left that place for good. I'll never be back. It even stinks.
Never again

Garmisch-partenkirchen, Germany

#74 Feb 16, 2014
We were stationed there for a few years and despite giving it our best effort to be positive it's basically a strip mall with NO CULTURE. People were very small minded and if you don't go to church twice a week you might find it difficult to find friends. We were also broken into once and our friend's house was as well. None of the "professionals" in any area seemed to know what the hell they were doing. We would never go back. Houses are nice and cheap but you get what you pay for as far as the area goes. Not even a decent park. Shame.
educator of rednecks

Ashburn, VA

#75 Apr 19, 2014
Reggie was an innocent man. Yes he had a gun but he fired in the air to protect his friends who were being assaulted. State the facts & keep your ignorant opinions. Obviously this town is racist. You should be fine if you move here & you're white. If not, run far away from this awful unemployed town. They claim the school system is the best. Don't be fooled there are only a handful of schools in the system that fall into that category. The rest are no better or maybe worse than where you are coming from.
WRVictim

Hampton, VA

#76 Jul 4, 2014
I was sexually assaulted in my own home by someone who broke in. WRPD told me I was lying (even tho strange male DNA was inside me) WRPD tried to press charges on me for lying. WRPD ruined my career, tried bullying me into confessing, and I have night terrors at night from that day.

WRPD is corrupt. I am not the only one they did this to. Stay away from Warner Robins

Since: Jun 13

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#77 Jul 8, 2014
Well, I had lived in Warner Robins since I was 9 (from 2004-2013) until I started college. I graduated from HoCo (Houston County High). Warner Robins is a good place to live if you're in the area closest to Bonaire, Perry, Kathleen, and Centerville. For me, it was safe because I stayed in the upper middle class area. It all depends on how you value your safety as far as locking your doors. If I ever decided to move back, I would prefer the area where I was raised (near Kathleen).
Nick Jonas

Henderson, NV

#78 Jul 29, 2014
Corruption in police and government. Nasty, ugly, stinky town. The police killed my dog. Shot her while she was in my yard. My house was broken into while I was at work. The neighbor saw who did it, gave a report to police and NOTHING was done. The burglars were close relatives of a rich, powerful land owner in Warner Robins. It is not called war town for nothing. Race is not the issue. It is police and government corruption! The place gives me the creeps to just think about it. The sun does not shine right in War Town!
Majota

Monheim, Germany

#79 Aug 31, 2014
As per your comments I see that W.R. is not a good place to live in...we are a family living in Germany and would like to know how life could be there for two girls of 15 and 17 years old as we could have the opportunity to move there...please advice....
DelicateDzire

Aurora, CO

#80 Aug 31, 2014
WR NATIVE wrote:
if you want a comment from someone who actually lives in WR, listen and learn. Compared to Macon(20 murders, 1000 robberies etc a year) anywhere is better. WR averages maybe 2murders a year very few robberies a year etc. kids actually graduate from schools here the sports programs are A+ as are the debate teams traffic is pretty hectic but thats because so many people are moving here from surrounding cities to get away from the crime and corruption and dropout rates.all you have to do is try WR, if you don't like it move somewhere else personally, I like it here as does my 6other brothers and sisters!!!!!!!
I am considering a move to GA and am looking into Warner Robbins, Savannah, and Macon....Macon is out Thanks. so I still have the two choices.
cares

Mooresville, NC

#81 Sep 16, 2014
WARNER ROBINS NOT A GOOD PLACE TO LIVE NOW ! BURGERLY ,THEFT , ARMED ROBERY ,MURDER ,METH WRPD IS UNDER STAFFED TO HANDLE THE PROBLEM AND A POLICE CHEIF THAT DON'T LISTEN TO THE PEOPLE OF THE CITY IF YOU CALL A COP AND ASK FOR THEM TO MAKE CONTACT WITH YOU THEY DRIVE BY AND DON'T STOP. OH DON'T TRY TO GO TO CITY COUNCIL MEETING THEY WONT LISTEN TELL YOU TO GET THE FACTS AND WHEN YOU DO FALLS ON DEAF EARS.
WARNER ROBINS WAS RATED NUMBER 10 MOST DANGEROUS SMALL TOWNS IN AMERICA.
NotDaveThatsForS ure

Lawrenceville, GA

#82 Monday Oct 20
dave wrote:
Dont believe that Warner Robins is a bad place to live. We have low crime, low unemployment, a good housing market and some of the top ranked schools in the state. Done let one persons low opinion confuse you. Come on u and see the city before you decide.
Dave is an idiot. Do not believe Dave.

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