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Living in Lancaster

Lancaster is situated in northern Los Angeles, a charter city which is known as ‘the alternative energy capital of the world’ due to its importance as a major developer and producer of alternative energies. The city is the 30th largest in California and is twinned with the city of Palmdale located to the south. Lancaster has seen a huge growth in population in recent years, and is a popular destination for tourists from both within and outside of the US. Expats living in Lancaster can visit the many attractions and sites it has to offer including ‘The Musical Road’, the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve as well as visit the home of the Lancaster JetHawks, the city’s minor league baseball team at the Hanger, a fantastic sports stadium. Lancaster also has a well-developed downtown area which boasts a great nightlife and plenty of bars and restaurants for expats living in Lancaster to explore.

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Moving to Lancaster

Any expat moving to Lancaster can expect to find a number of recommended public and private schools, ideal for those relocating with families. The city is also well served by public transport, with a number of buses running through the city, although most people tend to use the road, which connects easily to the rest of Los Angeles and to Los Angeles airport for further travel. The climate in Lancaster is generally warm, with very hot summers and mild winters with a small chance of snowfall and most days in the city are clear. The city is committed to being a model for cleaner energy and all new houses are fitted with solar panels. Expatriates who move to Lancaster will be able to benefit from joining the InterNations community of fellow expats who may be able to offer real insights into moving to Lancaster as well as the Los Angeles area and may be able to answer key questions about housing, education and work.

Working in Lancaster

Lancaster has a number of designated industrial areas and business parks which have ensured the opening of various businesses as well as retail and leisure facilities which provide a number of jobs. The Downtown area is also another important economic source where any expatriate working in Lancaster may be able to find opportunities. The city is a major center for the development of alternative energy sources and therefore there are a number of jobs in this area. Expats seeking work in Lancaster or those already working in the area should join InterNations where they can connect with fellow expatriates from over 190 nations who may be able to share advice and information about working and living in Lancaster or life abroad in general. The website is an excellent online community which can help expats in Lancaster to settle in as well as make the most of their new location.

Brian Norris

"When first moving to Washington, D.C., I didn't know many people outside of the office. InterNations has changed that with some exciting events."

Caroline Stiles

"In such an international city such as Washington, D.C. InterNations holds great events for everyone to network and enjoy themselves."