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243 Apartments for rent in Hazel Dell, WA

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1 Unit Available
Block 88
1304 NE 88th St , Hazel Dell, WA
Northeast Hazel Dell
2 Bedrooms
$1,373
1000 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:41 PM
Block 88 Apartments for rent in Vancouver, WA, offers newly renovated two-bedroom townhomes.
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1 Unit Available
Crystal Creek Apartments
2600 NE Minnehaha St
Hazel Dell, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,410
637 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 22 at 06:24 PM
Award-winning community near Washington State University and Costco in the Vancouver School District. In-unit washers and dryers, oversized patios, wood-burning fireplaces and attached garage parking.
1 Unit Available
4014 NE 89th Way
4014 Northeast 89th Way , Hazel Dell, WA
Northeast Hazel Dell
3 Bedrooms
$1,895
1532 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:23 AM
4014 NE 89th Way Available 10/09/20 Beautiful Townhome in Gated Community with Clubhouse and Swimming pool - 3 bed 2.5 bath 1,532 square foot town house in gated community, partially fenced backyard.
1 Unit Available
3004 NE 75th Street
3004 Northeast 75th Street , Hazel Dell, WA
Northeast Hazel Dell
4 Bedrooms
$2,050
2003 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:23 AM
3004 NE 75th Street Available 10/14/20 4 Bed, 2.5 Bath Hazel Dell Home in Hidden Glen Community with Easy Access to Freeways - Welcome home to Hidden Glen Community off 78th Street in Hazel Dell! This 4 bedrooms, 2.
1 Unit Available
7320 NE 16th Avenue, #204
7320 Northeast 16th Avenue , Hazel Dell, WA
Northeast Hazel Dell
2 Bedrooms
$1,495
1065 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:23 AM
7320 NE 16th Avenue, #204 Available 10/16/20 Great 2BD Two Story Condo in Hazel Dell Community! W/S/G Included! - Showings Start: 10/16/2020 This cute 2BD Condo features plenty of space and comfort with quick access to shopping and restaurants, as
1 Unit Available
6208 NE 17 AVENUE #M105
6208 Northeast 17th Avenue , Hazel Dell, WA
Northeast Hazel Dell
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,595
1154 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:23 AM
AFFORDABLE 3 BR, 2 BA HAZEL DELL CONDO! - Very cute, secluded, top floor end unit, 3 bedroom, 2 bath condo.
1 Unit Available
1411 NE 87th Circle
1411 Northeast 87th Circle , Hazel Dell, WA
Northeast Hazel Dell
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
2184 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:23 AM
1411 NE 87th Circle Available 10/14/20 2184 SQFT 3 bed 2.5 bath Townhome Easy Access to I-5 - 2184 SQFT 3 bed 2.5 bath townhome w/ easy access to I-5 and within walking distance to stores and restaurants.
1 Unit Available
3002 NE 75th Street
3002 Northeast 75th Street , Hazel Dell, WA
Northeast Hazel Dell
Studio
$2,150
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
4 Bedroom 2.5 bath - (RLNE5627228)
1 Unit Available
3009 NE 95th St
3009 Northeast 95th Street , Hazel Dell, WA
Northeast Hazel Dell
3 Bedrooms
$1,895
1668 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
3009 NE 95th St Available 04/10/20 REFRESHED Single Story 3 Bed 2.5 Bath with 2 Car Garage and Fully Fenced Backyard - 3 Bedroom 2.5 Bath is ideal for those that need single story living.
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9 Units Available
Arnada Pointe
4820 NE Hazel Dell Ave , Vancouver, WA
West Hazel Dell
1 Bedroom
$1,180
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,355
934 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,625
1188 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:41 PM
Find your home sweet home at Arnada Pointe Apartments. Beautiful inside and out, our welcoming community boasts an ideal blend of lifestyle-enhancing amenities and convenience-focused fixtures.
1 Unit Available
124 E 28 Street
124 East 28th Street , Vancouver, WA
Shumway
4 Bedrooms
$1,895
3100 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:23 AM
4 BR Vintage Beauty in Vancouver's Uptown Village! - Well maintained 4 Bedroom, 2 Bathrooms in this charming vintage home in the heart of Vancouver's historical Uptown Village! Short distance to all the quaint shops on Main Street and a short drive
1 Unit Available
411 W. 33rd Street
411 West 33rd Street , Vancouver, WA
Carter Park
4 Bedrooms
$1,995
1188 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:23 AM
Downtown Single Story 4 Bed with Fenced Yard, Oversized Garage and Off-street Parking - Beautiful updated home in the center of Downtown Vancouver. Enjoy the walks to Farmers Market or visit the wonderful restaurants in Uptown Village.
1 Unit Available
1719-A NE 116th Street
1719 NE 116th St , Salmon Creek, WA
Starcrest
2 Bedrooms
$1,295
1111 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:23 AM
SPACIOUS 2 BR, 1.5 BA, LAUNDRY HOOK UPS, POOL(*) AND MORE! - Townhouse style 2 story, 2 BR, 1.5 BA unit. Washer/dryer hook ups. $60 application fee per adult occupant, $300 admin. fee due upon move in.
1 Unit Available
1805 NE 116th. Street, Apt.#E
1805 Northeast 116th Street , Salmon Creek, WA
Starcrest
2 Bedrooms
$1,175
1112 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:23 AM
Townhouse Style Condo w/ Pool for Lease near Klineline in Vancouver - 1805 NE 116th St #E - We are pleased to offer this townhouse style condo for lease, with UPDATED FLOORING & PAINT THROUGHOUT, available September 2020.
1 Unit Available
10708 NE 25th Place
10708 Northeast 25th Place , Salmon Creek, WA
Pleasant Valley
3 Bedrooms
$1,595
1658 sqft
Last updated May 3 at 09:19 AM
10708 NE 25th Place Available 05/11/20 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Ranch Home in Hazel Dell! - Ranch, 3 bedroom, 2 bath with open floor plan.
Results within 5 miles of Hazel Dell
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2 Units Available
Harbour Court
910 N Harbour Dr , Portland, OR
Bridgeton
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,690
1086 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 10:04 PM
Within walking distance of North Portland Harbor, enjoy a fireplace, in-unit laundry, and modern appliances along with a 24-hour gym, hot tub, key fob access, pool, courtyard, and sauna.
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13 Units Available
Peloton
4141 N Williams Ave , Portland, OR
Boise
Studio
$1,465
464 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,405
645 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,710
1275 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 06:26 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Peloton in Portland. View photos, descriptions and more!
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2 Units Available
North Glen Villas
7101 NE 109th St
Barberton, WA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,670
1000 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 22 at 06:54 PM
Located north of Padden Parkway and the mall in a quiet area. On-site amenities include a clubhouse, fitness area and business center. Each home features designer kitchens, 9-foot ceilings and designer cabinets.
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1 Unit Available
The Grove at 72nd
5302 NE 72nd Ave , Vancouver, WA
Walnut Grove
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,420
1020 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 22 at 06:17 PM
Just a few minutes from SR-500 and I-205 On-site amenities include a clubhouse with a gym, a pool and a spacious floor plan. Apartments feature vaulted ceilings, high-end finishes and roomy floor plans.
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13 Units Available
Reflections at the Park
11510 NE 112th Dr
Vancouver, WA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,265
901 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:42 PM
Recently renovated units with stainless-steel appliances, granite counters, extra storage and air conditioning. Business center and round-the-clock gym. Right next to Prairie High School. Close to I-205 and I-5.
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27 Units Available
The Pointe
3708 NE 109th Ave , Vancouver, WA
Kevanna Park
1 Bedroom
$1,269
661 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,305
874 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,648
1116 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:42 PM
Come home to The Pointe Apartments in Vancouver, WA. Our recently remodeled apartment homes are enhanced with new flooring, upscale lighting and lavishly upgraded kitchen packages.
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6 Units Available
The Woodlands
7700 NE 72nd Ave , Vancouver, WA
Walnut Grove
1 Bedroom
$1,510
875 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,505
1140 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:42 PM
Across the street from Club Green Meadows. Also close to Westfield Vancouver mall. One- and two-bedroom townhomes and loft-style apartments with direct-access garages. On-site TV lounge, outdoor swimming pool, fitness center and hot tub.
Verified
12 Units Available
Riverwest
700 Waterfront Way , Vancouver, WA
Esther Short
Studio
$1,658
546 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,944
835 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,459
1166 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:42 PM
It’s not often we have the chance to see history in the making. A bustling riverfront community is rising on the Vancouver Waterfront.
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4 Units Available
Coen
608 Washington St. , Vancouver, WA
Esther Short
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,510
595 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 22 at 09:42 PM
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How much is rent in Hazel Dell?
Apartment Rentals in Hazel Dell start at $1,350/month.
How much is rent in Hazel Dell?
Apartment Rentals in Hazel Dell start at $1,350/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Hazel Dell?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Hazel Dell apartments that allow pets.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Hazel Dell?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Hazel Dell apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Hazel Dell properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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While some Hazel Dell properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Hazel Dell. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Clark College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Hazel Dell. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Clark College.
City GuideHazel Dell
Home of the famous Annual Parade of Bands with marching bands, horses, and politicians hailing from throughout Clark County and Vancouver, Washington. This parade takes place every year in May, and is the biggest parade in Southern Washington.
Home of the famous Annual Parade of Bands with marching bands, horses, and politicians hailing from throughout Clark County and Vancouver, Washington. This parade takes place every year in May, and is the biggest parade in Southern Washington.

Just north of Vancouver, Washington lies the area known as Hazel Dell. It can hardly be referred to as a city, since it mostly consists of a few neighborhoods and shopping centers on either side of Interstate 5. Most people live here because they want to be in a quiet part of low-key Vancouver.

Get Your Move On

Why Live in Hazel Dell? One reason to live here might be to escape paying Oregon’s pesky income taxes. Another might be that you’ve had it with the coffee-shop culture of Portland and just want to get out of Dodge.

How Much to Rent a Place? Rental apartments and homes are a lot more affordable here than neighborhoods to the south (South Vancouver, Portland), which is one of the major reasons people have been slowly filing into Hazel Dell over the last few decades. Believe it or not, a one-bedroom apartment in this neck of the woods can be had a fully reasonable price per month. Have a family? You’ll be able to find a three-bedroom house with a yard without breaking the bank.

The Best Times to Move In Hazel Dell isn’t very popular with college students, so there really isn’t a seasonal turnover. Like anywhere else, the sooner you start looking, the better. Keep your eye out for good deals, and remember to check the area out before signing anything (daytime and nighttime).

What Do You Need? Moving is simple and straightforward here. It's pretty much just regular landlords to deal with, rather than nitpicky property management companies. As long as you have enough money to pay for rent and a security deposit, that should be all you need. If you do end up dealing with a property management company, be ready to show proof of income and references.

What About Pets? Finding a home that will accept pets can be a royal pain in some places. Fortunately, Hazel Dell isn’t one of them. Cats shouldn’t be much of a problem in any pet-friendly house or apartment. Dogs require a different strategy: since house rentals in Hazel Dell are so reasonable, do you and your dog a favor and find somewhere with a yard. In most cases, it will only set you back another $150 or so a month, which isn’t much more than the standard pet fee in an apartment.

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Why Live in Hazel Dell? One reason to live here might be to escape paying Oregon’s pesky income taxes. Another might be that you’ve had it with the coffee-shop culture of Portland and just want to get out of Dodge.

How Much to Rent a Place? Rental apartments and homes are a lot more affordable here than neighborhoods to the south (South Vancouver, Portland), which is one of the major reasons people have been slowly filing into Hazel Dell over the last few decades. Believe it or not, a one-bedroom apartment in this neck of the woods can be had a fully reasonable price per month. Have a family? You’ll be able to find a three-bedroom house with a yard without breaking the bank.

The Best Times to Move In Hazel Dell isn’t very popular with college students, so there really isn’t a seasonal turnover. Like anywhere else, the sooner you start looking, the better. Keep your eye out for good deals, and remember to check the area out before signing anything (daytime and nighttime).

What Do You Need? Moving is simple and straightforward here. It's pretty much just regular landlords to deal with, rather than nitpicky property management companies. As long as you have enough money to pay for rent and a security deposit, that should be all you need. If you do end up dealing with a property management company, be ready to show proof of income and references.

What About Pets? Finding a home that will accept pets can be a royal pain in some places. Fortunately, Hazel Dell isn’t one of them. Cats shouldn’t be much of a problem in any pet-friendly house or apartment. Dogs require a different strategy: since house rentals in Hazel Dell are so reasonable, do you and your dog a favor and find somewhere with a yard. In most cases, it will only set you back another $150 or so a month, which isn’t much more than the standard pet fee in an apartment.

Hazel Dell Neighborhoods

Interstate 5 slices Hazel Dell right in half, and it also is something you most likely don’t want to live right next to. Fortunately, most of the housing is at least a block or two from the highway. Loving close to the 5 lowers your commuting time, but you may want to be far enough away that you can’t hear traffic.

West Hazel Dell: If you enjoy outside exercise, this is by far the best part of town to live in. The name of the game here is getting as close as you can to Burnt Bridge Creek. Along this creek runs an 8-mile trail, which in turn connects to Vancouver Lake to the Northeast. Anything along Overlook Drive will be more expensive because of the view, but living anywhere within a few blocks of the creek will give you easy access. Unfortunately, Hazel Dell doesn’t extend all the way West to the lake. Head on over to neighboring Lakeshore for that. $$

Hazel Dell South: This area pretty much consists of a handful of streets directly east of I-5 and north of Minnehaha Street. Hazel Dell South is a very quiet area, comprised of a large rental apartment complex right off the interstate and tree-lined streets offering a safe place to live. Most of the single-family homes in this part of town were built over the past 50 years or so and are in fairly decent shape. The biggest draw to this neighborhood is the larger-than-average lots with yards, which is perfect for families with kids or pets. $

Northeast Hazel Dell: East of I-5, north of NE 78th Street and behind the strip malls lies the neighborhood of Northeast Hazel Dell. Although it is pretty far from any major green areas, there are plenty of parks spread throughout this neighborhood. There's pretty much all single-family housing for rent here. $

Hazel Dell North: Just to the north of NE 88th Street and east of the hulking Wal-Mart, Hazel Dell North is an apartment lover’s paradise. Complexes such as Greenwood Acres and Lodge Pine Apartments are just two of the many large rental apartment places here. Although there are some streets without apartments, they definitely dominate the area. If price is the most important factor in your rental choice, this may well be your best bet. $

Northeast Hazel Dell:This is the part of town that is west of Hazel Dell Towne Center and Hazel Dell Ave. If convenient access to shopping, food and groceries at the mall is important to you, this part of town is a good choice. Quiet and with a good mix of family homes and apartment complexes, Northeast Hazel Dell is a great place to call home. $

Hazel Dell Neighborhoods
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Interstate 5 slices Hazel Dell right in half, and it also is something you most likely don’t want to live right next to. Fortunately, most of the housing is at least a block or two from the highway. Loving close to the 5 lowers your commuting time, but you may want to be far enough away that you can’t hear traffic.

West Hazel Dell: If you enjoy outside exercise, this is by far the best part of town to live in. The name of the game here is getting as close as you can to Burnt Bridge Creek. Along this creek runs an 8-mile trail, which in turn connects to Vancouver Lake to the Northeast. Anything along Overlook Drive will be more expensive because of the view, but living anywhere within a few blocks of the creek will give you easy access. Unfortunately, Hazel Dell doesn’t extend all the way West to the lake. Head on over to neighboring Lakeshore for that. $$

Hazel Dell South: This area pretty much consists of a handful of streets directly east of I-5 and north of Minnehaha Street. Hazel Dell South is a very quiet area, comprised of a large rental apartment complex right off the interstate and tree-lined streets offering a safe place to live. Most of the single-family homes in this part of town were built over the past 50 years or so and are in fairly decent shape. The biggest draw to this neighborhood is the larger-than-average lots with yards, which is perfect for families with kids or pets. $

Northeast Hazel Dell: East of I-5, north of NE 78th Street and behind the strip malls lies the neighborhood of Northeast Hazel Dell. Although it is pretty far from any major green areas, there are plenty of parks spread throughout this neighborhood. There's pretty much all single-family housing for rent here. $

Hazel Dell North: Just to the north of NE 88th Street and east of the hulking Wal-Mart, Hazel Dell North is an apartment lover’s paradise. Complexes such as Greenwood Acres and Lodge Pine Apartments are just two of the many large rental apartment places here. Although there are some streets without apartments, they definitely dominate the area. If price is the most important factor in your rental choice, this may well be your best bet. $

Northeast Hazel Dell:This is the part of town that is west of Hazel Dell Towne Center and Hazel Dell Ave. If convenient access to shopping, food and groceries at the mall is important to you, this part of town is a good choice. Quiet and with a good mix of family homes and apartment complexes, Northeast Hazel Dell is a great place to call home. $

Hazel Dell Culture

Getting Around Like most suburban areas in America, having a car is certainly the fastest way to get around and comes in handy when the weather turns sour (often). While the greater Vancouver area does have a public transportation system, called C-Tran, it can take quite awhile to get anywhere.

Recreation One of the best things about living in Hazel Dell is that pretty much all neighborhoods are within easy reach of parks, playgrounds and river valleys. Most of the streets have little traffic and are safe for the kiddies to play on.

Chowing Down in Hazel Dell The food here is mostly of the chain variety–Subway, McDonald's, Taco Bell, etc. Fortunately, for those who crave something different, there are a few decent Mexican restaurants and other locally owned food joints scattered about.

Hazel Dell sure isn’t for everyone. If you want to be anywhere near streets lined with trendy, locally owned cafés and shops, you’ll need to head south to at least Vancouver, if not Portland. On the other hand, if you don’t mind being a bit far from the action, but still within an easy drive, it’ll do just fine.

Compared to the trendier neighborhoods of Portland (pretty much all of them), Hazel Dell is downright cheap, especially if you live and work on this side of the border.

Hazel Dell Culture
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Getting Around Like most suburban areas in America, having a car is certainly the fastest way to get around and comes in handy when the weather turns sour (often). While the greater Vancouver area does have a public transportation system, called C-Tran, it can take quite awhile to get anywhere.

Recreation One of the best things about living in Hazel Dell is that pretty much all neighborhoods are within easy reach of parks, playgrounds and river valleys. Most of the streets have little traffic and are safe for the kiddies to play on.

Chowing Down in Hazel Dell The food here is mostly of the chain variety–Subway, McDonald's, Taco Bell, etc. Fortunately, for those who crave something different, there are a few decent Mexican restaurants and other locally owned food joints scattered about.

Hazel Dell sure isn’t for everyone. If you want to be anywhere near streets lined with trendy, locally owned cafés and shops, you’ll need to head south to at least Vancouver, if not Portland. On the other hand, if you don’t mind being a bit far from the action, but still within an easy drive, it’ll do just fine.

Compared to the trendier neighborhoods of Portland (pretty much all of them), Hazel Dell is downright cheap, especially if you live and work on this side of the border.

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City GuideHazel Dell
Home of the famous Annual Parade of Bands with marching bands, horses, and politicians hailing from throughout Clark County and Vancouver, Washington. This parade takes place every year in May, and is the biggest parade in Southern Washington.
Home of the famous Annual Parade of Bands with marching bands, horses, and politicians hailing from throughout Clark County and Vancouver, Washington. This parade takes place every year in May, and is the biggest parade in Southern Washington.

Just north of Vancouver, Washington lies the area known as Hazel Dell. It can hardly be referred to as a city, since it mostly consists of a few neighborhoods and shopping centers on either side of Interstate 5. Most people live here because they want to be in a quiet part of low-key Vancouver.

Get Your Move On

Why Live in Hazel Dell? One reason to live here might be to escape paying Oregon’s pesky income taxes. Another might be that you’ve had it with the coffee-shop culture of Portland and just want to get out of Dodge.

How Much to Rent a Place? Rental apartments and homes are a lot more affordable here than neighborhoods to the south (South Vancouver, Portland), which is one of the major reasons people have been slowly filing into Hazel Dell over the last few decades. Believe it or not, a one-bedroom apartment in this neck of the woods can be had a fully reasonable price per month. Have a family? You’ll be able to find a three-bedroom house with a yard without breaking the bank.

The Best Times to Move In Hazel Dell isn’t very popular with college students, so there really isn’t a seasonal turnover. Like anywhere else, the sooner you start looking, the better. Keep your eye out for good deals, and remember to check the area out before signing anything (daytime and nighttime).

What Do You Need? Moving is simple and straightforward here. It's pretty much just regular landlords to deal with, rather than nitpicky property management companies. As long as you have enough money to pay for rent and a security deposit, that should be all you need. If you do end up dealing with a property management company, be ready to show proof of income and references.

What About Pets? Finding a home that will accept pets can be a royal pain in some places. Fortunately, Hazel Dell isn’t one of them. Cats shouldn’t be much of a problem in any pet-friendly house or apartment. Dogs require a different strategy: since house rentals in Hazel Dell are so reasonable, do you and your dog a favor and find somewhere with a yard. In most cases, it will only set you back another $150 or so a month, which isn’t much more than the standard pet fee in an apartment.

Get Your Move On
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Why Live in Hazel Dell? One reason to live here might be to escape paying Oregon’s pesky income taxes. Another might be that you’ve had it with the coffee-shop culture of Portland and just want to get out of Dodge.

How Much to Rent a Place? Rental apartments and homes are a lot more affordable here than neighborhoods to the south (South Vancouver, Portland), which is one of the major reasons people have been slowly filing into Hazel Dell over the last few decades. Believe it or not, a one-bedroom apartment in this neck of the woods can be had a fully reasonable price per month. Have a family? You’ll be able to find a three-bedroom house with a yard without breaking the bank.

The Best Times to Move In Hazel Dell isn’t very popular with college students, so there really isn’t a seasonal turnover. Like anywhere else, the sooner you start looking, the better. Keep your eye out for good deals, and remember to check the area out before signing anything (daytime and nighttime).

What Do You Need? Moving is simple and straightforward here. It's pretty much just regular landlords to deal with, rather than nitpicky property management companies. As long as you have enough money to pay for rent and a security deposit, that should be all you need. If you do end up dealing with a property management company, be ready to show proof of income and references.

What About Pets? Finding a home that will accept pets can be a royal pain in some places. Fortunately, Hazel Dell isn’t one of them. Cats shouldn’t be much of a problem in any pet-friendly house or apartment. Dogs require a different strategy: since house rentals in Hazel Dell are so reasonable, do you and your dog a favor and find somewhere with a yard. In most cases, it will only set you back another $150 or so a month, which isn’t much more than the standard pet fee in an apartment.

Hazel Dell Neighborhoods

Interstate 5 slices Hazel Dell right in half, and it also is something you most likely don’t want to live right next to. Fortunately, most of the housing is at least a block or two from the highway. Loving close to the 5 lowers your commuting time, but you may want to be far enough away that you can’t hear traffic.

West Hazel Dell: If you enjoy outside exercise, this is by far the best part of town to live in. The name of the game here is getting as close as you can to Burnt Bridge Creek. Along this creek runs an 8-mile trail, which in turn connects to Vancouver Lake to the Northeast. Anything along Overlook Drive will be more expensive because of the view, but living anywhere within a few blocks of the creek will give you easy access. Unfortunately, Hazel Dell doesn’t extend all the way West to the lake. Head on over to neighboring Lakeshore for that. $$

Hazel Dell South: This area pretty much consists of a handful of streets directly east of I-5 and north of Minnehaha Street. Hazel Dell South is a very quiet area, comprised of a large rental apartment complex right off the interstate and tree-lined streets offering a safe place to live. Most of the single-family homes in this part of town were built over the past 50 years or so and are in fairly decent shape. The biggest draw to this neighborhood is the larger-than-average lots with yards, which is perfect for families with kids or pets. $

Northeast Hazel Dell: East of I-5, north of NE 78th Street and behind the strip malls lies the neighborhood of Northeast Hazel Dell. Although it is pretty far from any major green areas, there are plenty of parks spread throughout this neighborhood. There's pretty much all single-family housing for rent here. $

Hazel Dell North: Just to the north of NE 88th Street and east of the hulking Wal-Mart, Hazel Dell North is an apartment lover’s paradise. Complexes such as Greenwood Acres and Lodge Pine Apartments are just two of the many large rental apartment places here. Although there are some streets without apartments, they definitely dominate the area. If price is the most important factor in your rental choice, this may well be your best bet. $

Northeast Hazel Dell:This is the part of town that is west of Hazel Dell Towne Center and Hazel Dell Ave. If convenient access to shopping, food and groceries at the mall is important to you, this part of town is a good choice. Quiet and with a good mix of family homes and apartment complexes, Northeast Hazel Dell is a great place to call home. $

Hazel Dell Neighborhoods
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Interstate 5 slices Hazel Dell right in half, and it also is something you most likely don’t want to live right next to. Fortunately, most of the housing is at least a block or two from the highway. Loving close to the 5 lowers your commuting time, but you may want to be far enough away that you can’t hear traffic.

West Hazel Dell: If you enjoy outside exercise, this is by far the best part of town to live in. The name of the game here is getting as close as you can to Burnt Bridge Creek. Along this creek runs an 8-mile trail, which in turn connects to Vancouver Lake to the Northeast. Anything along Overlook Drive will be more expensive because of the view, but living anywhere within a few blocks of the creek will give you easy access. Unfortunately, Hazel Dell doesn’t extend all the way West to the lake. Head on over to neighboring Lakeshore for that. $$

Hazel Dell South: This area pretty much consists of a handful of streets directly east of I-5 and north of Minnehaha Street. Hazel Dell South is a very quiet area, comprised of a large rental apartment complex right off the interstate and tree-lined streets offering a safe place to live. Most of the single-family homes in this part of town were built over the past 50 years or so and are in fairly decent shape. The biggest draw to this neighborhood is the larger-than-average lots with yards, which is perfect for families with kids or pets. $

Northeast Hazel Dell: East of I-5, north of NE 78th Street and behind the strip malls lies the neighborhood of Northeast Hazel Dell. Although it is pretty far from any major green areas, there are plenty of parks spread throughout this neighborhood. There's pretty much all single-family housing for rent here. $

Hazel Dell North: Just to the north of NE 88th Street and east of the hulking Wal-Mart, Hazel Dell North is an apartment lover’s paradise. Complexes such as Greenwood Acres and Lodge Pine Apartments are just two of the many large rental apartment places here. Although there are some streets without apartments, they definitely dominate the area. If price is the most important factor in your rental choice, this may well be your best bet. $

Northeast Hazel Dell:This is the part of town that is west of Hazel Dell Towne Center and Hazel Dell Ave. If convenient access to shopping, food and groceries at the mall is important to you, this part of town is a good choice. Quiet and with a good mix of family homes and apartment complexes, Northeast Hazel Dell is a great place to call home. $

Hazel Dell Culture

Getting Around Like most suburban areas in America, having a car is certainly the fastest way to get around and comes in handy when the weather turns sour (often). While the greater Vancouver area does have a public transportation system, called C-Tran, it can take quite awhile to get anywhere.

Recreation One of the best things about living in Hazel Dell is that pretty much all neighborhoods are within easy reach of parks, playgrounds and river valleys. Most of the streets have little traffic and are safe for the kiddies to play on.

Chowing Down in Hazel Dell The food here is mostly of the chain variety–Subway, McDonald's, Taco Bell, etc. Fortunately, for those who crave something different, there are a few decent Mexican restaurants and other locally owned food joints scattered about.

Hazel Dell sure isn’t for everyone. If you want to be anywhere near streets lined with trendy, locally owned cafés and shops, you’ll need to head south to at least Vancouver, if not Portland. On the other hand, if you don’t mind being a bit far from the action, but still within an easy drive, it’ll do just fine.

Compared to the trendier neighborhoods of Portland (pretty much all of them), Hazel Dell is downright cheap, especially if you live and work on this side of the border.

Hazel Dell Culture
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Getting Around Like most suburban areas in America, having a car is certainly the fastest way to get around and comes in handy when the weather turns sour (often). While the greater Vancouver area does have a public transportation system, called C-Tran, it can take quite awhile to get anywhere.

Recreation One of the best things about living in Hazel Dell is that pretty much all neighborhoods are within easy reach of parks, playgrounds and river valleys. Most of the streets have little traffic and are safe for the kiddies to play on.

Chowing Down in Hazel Dell The food here is mostly of the chain variety–Subway, McDonald's, Taco Bell, etc. Fortunately, for those who crave something different, there are a few decent Mexican restaurants and other locally owned food joints scattered about.

Hazel Dell sure isn’t for everyone. If you want to be anywhere near streets lined with trendy, locally owned cafés and shops, you’ll need to head south to at least Vancouver, if not Portland. On the other hand, if you don’t mind being a bit far from the action, but still within an easy drive, it’ll do just fine.

Compared to the trendier neighborhoods of Portland (pretty much all of them), Hazel Dell is downright cheap, especially if you live and work on this side of the border.