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Overview of Bellflower

Located about 18 miles south of Los Angeles, Bellflower, Calif., is a suburban city that offers a peaceful lifestyle just a short drive from busy Los Angeles. The city calls itself "The Friendly City" and boasts a welcoming and diverse climate in which to make a home. Those searching for Bellflower apartments for rent will admire the area's proximity to creature comforts, family-friendly spaces, and urban centers.

Bellflower offers a little bit of everything. Home to about 3,000 businesses, Bellflower is no sleepy suburb; this city is teeming with action. About 77,000 residents call Bellflower home. Spread out over just 6 square miles, Bellflower has a very high population density.

Bellflower Apartments and Rentals

The area that would become Bellflower got its first settlement in 1912. Over time, the city evolved into the bustling location that it is today. After World War II, suburbanization brought more families into residential locations within 30 miles of the largest nearby city. Bellflower benefited from this trend and is now a community of more than 24,000 households.

Bellflower's location makes it a great place to live for Los Angeles commuters. In fact, Bellflower loses about 19 percent of its population on workdays due to commuting, according to City-Data. The mean travel time to work for residents is about 27 minutes. Those searching for Bellflower rentals will be happily surprised to discover that the area is considered somewhat walkable, with a Walk Score of 63. However, commuters in the area generally travel to work by car, truck, or van. According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, about 75 percent of commuters drove to work alone, while about 10 percent carpooled.

Bellflower Attractions and Special Events

Bellflower residents enjoy a variety of community activities. From senior citizen meetings and adult sports leagues to skate parks and farmers markets, people from all walks of life will be able to find activities in Bellflower that suit their interests.

To find your next rental apartment or house in Bellflower, take a look at our listings on Rent.com®.