Ibbetson Ave

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Bellflower, CA
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Bellflower, CA lies within the Pacific Standard Time (or PST). The current time in Pacific Standard Time is 08:12 PM on 07/31/2014.
Bellflower, CA
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Bellflower, CA
Population Demographics
Household Income average: $51k
$51k
Home Value average: $318k
$318k
Age majority: 30s
14%
16%
13%
8%
4%
2%
2%
31 yrs old
Gender Majority: female
51% Female
48% Male
Ethnicity average: caucasian
46%
42%
12%
9%
1%
29%

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Occupation Majority: sales
24%
31%
18%
10%
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About Bellflower, CA

Bellflower is a city in Los Angeles County, California, and is a suburb of Los Angeles. It was incorporated on September 3, 1957. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 76,616, up from 72,878 at the 2000 census. The city derives its name from the bellefleur apple, which was grown in local orchards during the early 1900s. Originally settled by small communities of dairy farmers of Dutch, Japanese, and Portuguese descent, Bellflower and neighboring Paramount served first as the apple and later the milk production centers for Southern California until soaring post-World War II property values and threatened annexations by Los Angleles led by real-estate syndicates, forced most of the farmers to move several miles east to the Dairy Valley/Dairyland/Dairy City area (now the cities of Cerritos, La Palma, and Cypress). These farms were in turn divided up into large housing divisions for Los Angeles growing population of middle class White American population which worked in the regions high-tech and skilled industrial and service positions. During this period from the 1950s through the late 1960s, Bellflower Boulevard, the city's main thoroughfare, was a thriving commercial strip for shopping. Numerous retail and franchise restaurant firms began on this street which also featured middle and high end boutiques, arts and crafts shops, and other small shopkeeps as well as larger department stores and banks. [more on Wikipedia]

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