Kfar Saba has undergone tremendous growth since it was established as a full fledged city in 1962. Kfar Saba offers every convenience that you would expect from a mid-size city in terms of education, shopping, housing options, and recreation. The residential population is diverse in their make-up which offers for a rich community life.
A significnat number of residents find work within Kfar Saba, which has its own industrial park, or by travelling 15 minutes to Ra’anana. Netanya, Hertzaliya and Tel Aviv are also short distance drives to employment.
Education / Youth
There are many options for education in Kfar Saba. Amongst the elementary schools, there are 12 public secular, and 3 public religious. Ateret Chaim is the religious independant option. For middle school students there are 5 public secular schools and and one each of public religious boy’s and girl’s schools. On the high school level there are 3 options for religious students, and 8 for the non-religious including the well known Yaakov Chazan Democratic school.
There are two train stations within Kfar Saba which get you to Tel Aviv in under 20 minutes. Both Egged and Dan bus lines function within the city and to other areas of the country.
The city offers a municipal ulpan and government services.
Amenities / Services
Meir hospital is located in the city. There is a new mall “The G” and a new, gorgeous city park that rivals any in the country. A new country club with multiple outdoor tennis courts is currently under construction directly behind B Center Mall adjacent to the park.
Residents appreciate the wide range of dining opportunities that are availabe in the community.
Community and Religious Life
While Kfar Saba’s religious community is not particularly large- out of the 105 synagogues, 104 of them are in the Orthodox stream! Hod Ve-Hadar Synagogue is a very active conservative synagogue that has been successful in integrating new families into the community (www.hodvehadar.org).
There is a range of youth groups to meet all children’s needs
3 bedroom apartment: ~1,700,000 NIS
The newest, and still growing neighborhood, Kfar Saba Hayeruka (KSH) was established in 2012. It is adjacent to Highway 4 across from Ra’anana. This is a modern, green residential area, especially geared for young families, most of whom are secular. It features new schools, a new large indoor mall, with another smaller one adjacent to a magnificent large park containing Israel’s first Fitness Trail (adjacent to Moshav Gan Chaim). To date there are no orthodox synagogues here, and those wishing an Orthodox minyan, walk 25 minutes to Midrashiat Noam Kiryat Herzog Yeshiva High School/Shul