Rawabi’s neighborhoods are clean, green and perfect for raising a family. Parents are comfortable allowing children to play outdoors and explore the city’s pedestrian-friendly streets, something rarely found in other local cities.
On the weekends, neighborhoods buzz with activity: barbeques and impromptu football matches spring up in local parks while residents enjoy fresh air and exercise on Rawabi’s public use outdoor gym equipment. Flower-lined streets with welcoming sidewalks lead to safe, clean playgrounds with comfy benches that encourage lively evening discussions around a shisha pipe. Parents amble leisurely through the neighborhoods pushing strollers, while troupes of young children play tag and hide-and-seek.
Every Rawabi resident participates cooperatively in the governance and management of public areas through the city’s homeowner associations. Rawabi’s HOAs, the first established in Palestine, encourage civic involvement and allow residents to create and sustain quality of life within their own communities.
In each neighborhood, local shops supply residents with day-to-day necessities. These easy-access markets complement the large Q Center retail district, easily reached on foot from every Rawabi neighborhood. Residents stroll along the Green Spine, a beautifully landscaped walking path that terminates directly in the center of Q Center’s hypermarkets and international brand clothing stores. Once here, visitors may decide to drop the kids at Rawabi’s Fun Factory or settle in to dine at one of Q Center’s many fine restaurants.
However you decide to spend your day at Rawabi, it's sure to be full of easy-going enjoyment.