Contents 1 History 2 Interesting Facts 3 Notable residents 4 Notable landmarks 5 Local Schools 6 References

History[edit] The Belmont Heights Historic District includes homes between 7th Street on the north, 4th Street on the south, Newport Avenue on the west and Roswell Avenue on the east. A few properties located on 4th and 7th streets are included. The neighborhood was first subdivided and developed in the 1900s (decade). The oldest homes surviving today date from 1905. The predominant architectural style in the district is the Craftsman bungalow. Out of 304 homes surveyed, 206 are "contributing" Craftsman bungalows, and 125 of these are pristine unaltered examples. Other architectural styles found in the area that are considered contributing are Victorian, Mediterranean and Spanish Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival and Neo-Traditional. The period of architectural significance for the district is 1905-39. Construction peaked in 1922. Most homes are single-family, with some duplexes and a few apartment houses. Thirty-seven of the homes surveyed were ranked as "noncontributing", or 13 percent. The district commemorates the old City of Belmont Heights, which was incorporated in 1908 and annexed to Long Beach in 1909.[1]

Interesting Facts[edit] Belmont Heights was incorporated as a city for one year before it annexed with Long Beach in 1909. Long Beach at the time was a dry town, so residents looking for alcohol would head over to the Heights for a drink at one of the taverns.[3] The Green Long Beach Festival was created after several activists shared ideas at the Viento y Agua Coffee Shop in Belmont Heights.[4] 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.

Notable residents[edit] Clippers President Andy Roeser. He moved from the Valley in Tarzana to 104 Quincy in Belmont Shore and six years later moved to Belmont Heights. "I said to my wife, `This is where I want to live. It has everything I want - the ocean, the restaurants, the shops.'" He's a member of the Long Beach Yacht Club and the Belmont Athletic Club. He can also be seen kite-boarding near Claremont and Ocean.[5] Former Los Angeles Rams player Marlin McKeever. He was a two-time All-American at USC and 13-year pro. He died in 2006.[4] Author and screenwriter Obie Scott Wade. His production company, ObieCo Entertainment, Inc. is located in the historically significant Elizabethan Studio designed by noted architect Joseph H. Roberts.

Notable landmarks[edit] Belmont Veterans Memorial Pier Eliot Lane In 2003 residents on the street sought historic designation to protect the look of the 30 homes. The movement was started by homeowner Linda Becker Babiak whose family owned a "Spanish eclectic" home on Eliot Lane since 1925. The homes are still small - 600 to 900 square feet - and there are seven versions of the popular Spanish Revival or Craftsman Bungalow homes in the tract, all built in 1923 by Boland & Smith. For most of the street's life it was called "Eliot Court" because it was designed to be pedestrian and intimate in scale.[6]

Local Schools[edit] The following schools are part of the Long Beach Unified School District. Elementary Schools John C. Fremont Elementary School, 4000 East 4th Street Lowell Elementary School, 5201 East Broadway Horace Mann Elementary School, 257 Coronado Avenue Middle Schools Jefferson Leadership Academies, 750 Euclid Avenue Will Rogers Middle School, 365 Monrovia Avenue High School Woodrow Wilson Classical High School, 4400 E. 10th Street

References[edit] ^ a b "City of Long Beach Ordinance No. C-7802". Archived from the original on 6 October 2006. Retrieved 9 April 2012.  ^ Meeks, Karen Robes. "Long Beach has bit of everything". Long Beach Press-Telegram. Retrieved 9 April 2012.  ^ Puente, Kelly. "Belmont Heights: A neighborhood rich in Long Beach history". Orange County Register. Retrieved 6 April 2015.  ^ a b Mellen, Greg. "Green Long Beach Festival coming Saturday". Long Beach Press-Telegram. Retrieved 9 April 2012. [permanent dead link] ^ Krikorian, Doug. "KRIKORIAN: Clippers president loves it in Long Beach". Long Beach Press-Telegram. Retrieved 9 April 2012. [permanent dead link] ^ Neeley, Maureen. "Whimsical Eliot Lane" (PDF). My Belmont Heights. Retrieved 9 April 2012.  v t e Long Beach, California Topics Timeline Port Notable people Mayors Police Department Long Beach Airport Neighborhoods 4th Street Corridor Alamitos Beach Alamitos Heights Belmont Heights Belmont Park Belmont Shore Bixby Knolls Lakewood Village Public schools Long Beach USD Cabrillo HS Jordan HS Millikan HS Polytechnic HS Wilson HS Los Angeles USD Rancho Dominguez Prep ABC USD Paramount USD Private schools St. Anthony High School Zinsmeyer Academy Other education California State University, Long Beach Long Beach City College Pacific Coast University Long Beach Public Library This list is incomplete. Coordinates: 33°46′08″N 118°08′33″W / 33.7689°N 118.1425°W / 33.7689; -118.1425 Retrieved from ",_Long_Beach,_California&oldid=794964546" Categories: Neighborhoods in Long Beach, CaliforniaFormer municipalities in CaliforniaHidden categories: All articles with dead external linksArticles with dead external links from July 2017Articles with permanently dead external linksCoordinates on Wikidata

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