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City Guide
Arcata

Because Arcata is a city dominated by renters, you shouldn’t have too much of a problem finding a super sweet apartment for rent. Waiting lists are extremely rare, and move-in specials pop up frequently, so feel free to scour the market leisurely without worrying about the perfect Arcata, California apartment slipping through your grasp. Cheap apartments for rent in Arcata typically go for just a grand, while spacious (1000-plus square foot) luxury rentals are likely to cost $1200 or more.

Amenities at Arcata, California apartment complexes, fortunately, tend to be the bee’s knees (yeah, we said it) and often include modern interiors, patios/balconies, onsite laundry facilities, swimming pools, and more. Other rentals in Arcata come equipped with fenced yards, finished basements, and garage parking. In other words, even though you won’t have to pay an arm and a leg (or even a finger and a toe) for an apartment or rental house in Arcata, you can still look forward to enjoying tons of super sweet amenities.

Planning to share room and board with a furry four-footed roommate? Pet policies differ from property to property in Arcata, so be sure to contact a property in advance to see whether or not it’s pet-friendly. Typically, apartment complexes in Arcata that allow pets (sometimes including, but not limited to cats, dogs, fish, six-foot rabbits, Burmese pythons, Bengalese tigers, and mad cows) charge tenants an extra $50 or so in rent each month or an equivalent one-time fee.

Don’t forget to bring along the apartment hunting basics (proof of income, two forms of I.D., a list of previous residents, and banking info) when you’re ready to submit a leasing app for the humble abode of your dreams in Arcata.

For such a small city (11 square miles), Arcata is home to a surprising number of distinct neighborhoods (Arcata Bottoms, the Plaza Area, Alliance, and South G Street, to name just a few). Fortunately, there’s no such thing as an off-limits danger zone in Arcata, although, like any modern city, it does see its fair share of property/petty crimes. Obviously, use common sense and visit Arcata in advance to see whether or not you’re comfy with its ultra-liberal, loosey-goosey (it’s a technical term) vibes before signing a lease.

Got it? Good! So start clicking away for the perfect Arcata, California apartment, and best of luck!