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    10453 Artesia Blvd, Bellflower, CA 90706
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    16245 Lakewood Blvd, Bellflower, CA 90706
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    9550 Oak Street, Bellflower, CA 90706
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    13801 Paramount Blvd., Paramount, CA 90723
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    • $2,137+
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    15929 Gard Ave, Norwalk, CA 90650
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    • $2,359+
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    5601 N Paramount Blvd., Long Beach, CA 90805
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    2211 E. Poppy Street, Long Beach, CA 90805
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    7950 Howe St., Paramount, CA 90723
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    10000 Imperial Highway, Downey, CA 90242
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    6410 N Paramount Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90805
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    8721 Imperial Hwy., Downey, CA 90242
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    13822 Arthur Ave., Paramount, CA 90723
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    9241 Washburn Road, Downey, CA 90242
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    15328 Orange Ave., Paramount, CA 90723
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    11717 Lakewood Boulevard, Downey, CA 90241
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    5565 Ackerfield Ave., Long Beach, CA 90805
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    13811 Shoemaker Avenue, Norwalk, CA 90650
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    4701 Clair Del Ave., Long Beach, CA 90807
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    • $2,085+
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    10930 Garfield Avenue, South Gate, CA 90280
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    9140 Brookshire Avenue, Downey, CA 90240
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    12611 Artesia Blvd., Cerritos, CA 90703
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    18944 Vickie Avenue, Cerritos, CA 90703
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    5254 Atlantic Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90805
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    10503-10517 Myrtle St., Downey, CA 90241
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    17913 Martha Place, Cerritos, CA 90703
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When were prices and availability in Bellflower, CA last updated?

Prices and availability in Bellflower, CA were last updated on 28 Nov 2021.

What are the best apartments in Bellflower, CA?

The best apartments in Bellflower, CA are: Villa La Paz, Sierra Gardens and BELLFLOWER FRIENDSHIP MANOR.

What is the average rent in Bellflower, CA?

The average rent in Bellflower, CA is $1,730. Start your search for apartments in Bellflower, CA now.

Renter’s Guide to Bellflower, CA

Bellflower, California is a city in LA county, and a suburb of LA. As one of the Gateway cities, it enjoys proximity to a thriving urban area, as well as nearby beaches. It’s among the top 100 most diverse cities in California, and even though it’s located amid the most populated areas on Earth, it still manages to retain a small-town feel. As such, it’s mostly popular with families, though with nearby employment opportunities in LA, many young professionals are also attracted to Bellflower.

Bellflower is among the 25 most densely populated cities in the US, and the 8th most densely populated city in California. Neighboring cities are similar in both area and population. Compared to LA proper however, Bellflower is almost 50 times smaller in terms of population.

Downtown LA is located around 16 miles northwest of Bellflower and can typically be reached within 25 minutes via the Santa Ana Freeway (IS 5). The Artesia Freeway (SR 91) runs east to west through the south of Bellflower, with connections to the Long Beach Freeway to the west, and the San Gabriel River Freeway to the east. Long Beach is just 14.5 miles south and can normally be reached within 20 minutes.

With an average of 287 sunny days per year and just 14 inches of rain, Bellflower enjoys hot, mostly dry summers, and warm winters. August is typically the hottest month, with average highs of around 83.5°F, while January sees lows of around 45°F. The city enjoys milder weather than much of South California, with slightly cooler summers, and slightly warmer winters.

Bellflower, CA Demographics

  • Total Population77,195
  • Female 37,604
    Male 39,591
  • Median Age34.6

Cost of Living in Bellflower, CA

Bellflower is served by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), which provides numerous bus routes throughout the LA metropolitan area. There are no direct lines to downtown LA, though a direct bus service runs from nearby Norwalk station. This service costs $1.75 one way, plus 75 cents for a transfer, or $7 for a 1-day pass, $25 for a 7-day pass, and $100 for a 30-day pass. The city also provides the Bellflower Bus service for local routes, costing 50 cents per ride.

Taxi services typically start at around $3.50, with an additional $2 per mile. If you plan to drive a private vehicle, you can expect to pay around $2.78 for a gallon of gasoline. A meal at an inexpensive restaurant should cost around $12, while a mid-range restaurant will typically charge $40-$50 for a 3-course meal for 2. Add an extra $6 for a pint of draft beer, and around $3.75 for a regular cappuccino.

For a standard 915 sq. ft apartment, you should be paying around $140 per month in utilities. This typically includes water, electricity, cooling, and garbage disposal. A high speed internet connection will generally cost around $65.

Average Rent in Bellflower, CA

  • Bellflower, CA Average Rental Price, November 2021 $1,730 /mo

Bellflower, CA Apartment Rent Ranges

Bellflower, CA Rent Trends

Average Rent Nov / 2018 Mar / 2019 Jul / 2019 Nov / 2019 Mar / 2020 Jul / 2020 Nov / 2020 Mar / 2021 Jul / 2021 Nov / 2021
Bellflower, CA $1,488 $1,532 $1,557 $1,592 $1,610 $1,614 $1,624 $1,645 $1,670 $1,730
National $1,340 $1,344 $1,376 $1,384 $1,387 $1,379 $1,383 $1,393 $1,476 $1,572

Living in Bellflower, CA

As a gateway city, Bellflower is an area of high population density. However, it’s less dense than neighboring cities, and newer neighborhoods in particular are more spaced out. Efforts are well underway to improve the downtown area, and in recent years, crime levels have dropped, and many neighborhoods have been cleaned up. The city is home to many local, independently owned businesses, lending the area the type of atmosphere you’d associate with a smaller town.

Parking can be an issue in some areas, and travel during rush hours can be extremely slow and frustrating. With no direct public transport link to downtown LA, many commuters are forced to drive, causing further delays and congestion.

Things to do in Bellflower, CA

While Bellflower is mostly urban, the city is home to a small number of neighborhood parks. Kids will love Pirate Park, a small but action-packed park complete with pirate themed murals and play structures. The T. Mayne Thompson City Park offers plenty of green space, for anything from dog walking to sports, and also features picnic areas. Additionally, it’s home to indoor and outdoor pools that are open year round.

Bellflower isn’t home to any particularly large shopping malls, rather, several plazas are dotted around the city. Centerwood Plaza is great for groceries, clothes, fast food, and offers services such as a gym and a laundromat. However, there’s plenty more shopping to be found in the many independent stores in and around downtown. Likewise, the city is home to a wide range of independent restaurants and bars, such as Fronk’s Burgers, Barbecue and Whisky Bar.

Kids and adults alike will love visiting the Hollywood Sports Paintball and Airsoft Park, which pits teams against one another, using old Hollywood props and movie remnants as decoration. The LA County Fire Museum is also located in Bellflower, showcasing a wide array of old engines, apparatus, and memorabilia.

Employment & Economy in Bellflower, CA

With a median household income of $52,944, households in Bellflower are typically earning under the national average of $60,336. The largest industry in the city is health care and social assistance, which employs around 15% of the city’s working population. Manufacturing and retail trade are the second and third most common industries, while the highest paying industry is utilities.

The most common occupations in the city include office and administrative support roles, sales occupations, and production roles.

Bellflower, CA Households

  • Total Number of Households23,240
  • Family 17,342
    Non-family 5,898
  • Children 9,768
    No Children 13,472
  • Average People Per Household3.29
  • Median Household Income$60,011
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,440

Education in Bellflower, CA

Bellflower is served by the Bellflower Unified School District, which provides 14 public schools in and around the city. The top-rated public educational facility in the city is the Las Flores Home Education Independent Study Academy. This unique school supports students from grades K-12, in a mixed home school/traditional school program, with younger students being taught predominantly by their parents, and older students learning via online courses and traditional school rooms. Both students and parents stand to learn a lot more besides the traditional curriculum, with social, technical, and parent workshops incorporated into the schedule.

The Albert Baxter Elementary School typically rates above average in overall quality, as well as test scores, and accepts students from grades k-6. Bellflower High School ranks higher than the other 2 high schools in the area, though only performs average in terms of test scores and overall quality.

Bellflower, CA Education Statistics

Tips for Renting in Bellflower, CA

When considering a move to Bellflower, CA, you might be concerned about the high population density in the area. While this does have an impact in some, for the most part, the neighborhoods of Bellflower are fairly spacious, especially the more modern builds.

If you’ll be reliant on public transport to downtown LA, it’s worth seeking a home in the northeast area of the city. This is closer to Norwalk station, which runs a direct bus line to downtown LA throughout the day.

The climate is not as extreme as in other parts of South California and living conditions can be comfortable throughout the year. It’s still worth seeking a home with AC, but it’s not essential.

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