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Living in Hamilton Long Beach

Hamilton is the 51st most walkable neighborhood in Long Beach with 2,653 residents.

Hamilton does not have many bike lanes.

Nearby neighborhoods: Freeway Circle, Jordan, Artesia Freeway Corridor, Coolidge Triangle, DeForest Park, Cherry Manor and College Square.

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Walk Score of Hamilton, Long Beach, CA

Hamilton is a Car-Dependent neighborhood

Most errands require a car.

Most errands require a car in Hamilton Long Beach.

Hamilton is the 51st most walkable neighborhood in Long Beach with a Walk Score of 46.

Find apartments in Long Beach's most walkable neighborhoods: Downtown, Saint Mary and Franklin School.

Hamilton Neighborhood Ranking

Compare Hamilton to other Long Beach neighborhoods.

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Name

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Population

49 Paramount and South 51 - 51 4,090
50 Cal State University Long Beach 47 - 66 2,017
51 Hamilton 46 - 43 2,653
52 Freeway Circle 45 - 50 5,103
53 Arlington 45 - 39 3,376

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Eating & Drinking

There are about 2 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in Hamilton.

People in Hamilton can walk to an average of 0.4 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 5 minutes.

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Bike Score of Hamilton, Long Beach, CA

Hamilton is Somewhat Bikeable

Minimal bike infrastructure.

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