Zionsville is one of the safest and most affordable suburbs in Indianapolis, and is a great place for families to settle in Indiana. This small town offers large homes with spacious patios, a friendly community and plenty of green space for active families. Grade D means that the crime rate is much higher than that of the average metropolitan area in the United States. The Indianapolis subway is in the 11th percentile in terms of safety, which means that 89% of metropolitan areas are safer and 11% of metropolitan areas.
This analysis applies only to the appropriate boundaries of the Indianapolis metropolitan area. See the table of nearby locations below for nearby metropolitan areas. Considering the crime rate alone, the Indianapolis metropolitan area is less safe than the Indiana state average and less safe than the national average. I'm from Los Angeles, CA, I feel that Indianapolis is not a good place to experience crime, violence, the bad boy, summer, being turned on.
I prefer to be in California, it's boring, there's nothing to do in Indianapolis, I prefer to be in Las Vegas.