Spokane named among tidiest cities in America | Community Spirit
It doesn't matter if your home is a cluttered mess, or if everything is always in it's place, if you live in Spokane you happen to live in one of the tidiest cities in the country. The SpareFoot Blog released a list of the top ten tidiest cities and Spokane rounded off the list coming in at number 10.
The SpareFoot Blog is published bu the SpareFoot, Inc., a tech startup out Austin, Texas that specializes in self storage. The blog looked at the how much people spend cleaning supplies, how many maids and housekeepers are employed and at how many square feet of storage space is available in the 100 most populated metro areas in the U.S.
Spokane came in at number ten because of the amount of money Spokanites spend on cleaning supplies compared to their income. Albuquerque, New Mexico came in at number one because there is around 11 square feet of storage space per person and residents spend an average of $622 a year on cleaning supplies.
Two of the nation's largest cities came in at the end of the list. Los Angeles placed at 91 and New York was ranked number 99. This is due largely in part to the fact that these cities have little storage space. Philadelphia, Detroit and Boston were also in the bottom with the least tidy city being Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, Connecticut.
To see the complete list click HERE.