A waterfront community in the south-east portion of the city of Long Beach, California, bordering the Pacific Ocean and the more commercial community of Belmont Shore. The district commemorates the old City of Belmont Heights, which was incorporated in 1908 and annexed to Long Beach in 1909.
During that time, when Long Beach was a dry town, Belmont Heights was its own city with a mayor and city council. Today, it’s a historic neighborhood with eclectic architecture, an abundance of mom and pop shops, and a strong sense of community, residents say. The neighborhood has evolved as residents’ needs have changed over the decades. In Belmont Heights, one can find a spacious mansion next to a one-bedroom bungalow or a condo complex. The area’s longtime feral parrots serve as a mascot and add to the vibrant feel.
- Feral Parrots A notable feature of Belmont Heights is its large population of feral parrots. In between Redondo Avenue and Livingston Drive along Ocean Blvd, amongst the palm trees, this large population of birds can be seen and heard by people for many houses. Some consider these animals to be a nuisance due to their rather vocal and loud sounds. However, the residents of Belmont Heights have grown to accept them as part of their community.
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