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85 apartments for rent near Salmon Creek, WA

Results within 1 miles of Salmon Creek, WA
Bridge Creek
9211 NE 15th Ave
1 Bed
$1,059
2 Bed
$931
3 Bed
$1,292
3605 NE 80TH ST
Northeast Hazel Dell
3 Bed
$1,695
3211 NE 105th Circle
Pleasant Valley
3 Bed
$2,050
2315 NE 149th Street
Pleasant Valley
4 Bed
$1,995
9125A NE Saint Johns Road
Walnut Grove
3 Bed
$1,395
1310 NE 172nd Street
Ridgefield
4 Bed
$1,650
1904 NE 155th Circle
Pleasant Valley - Fairgrounds
4 Bed
$2,295
112 NW 147th St.
Vancouver
3 Bed
$1,695
8701 NE 13TH AVE #A
Northeast Hazel Dell
2 Bed
$1,200
2720 NE 72nd Circle
Northeast Hazel Dell
4 Bed
$1,995
7317 NE 31st Ave
Northeast Hazel Dell
4 Bed
$1,895
15618 NE 15th Ct.
Pleasant Valley - Fairgrounds
2 Bed
$1,395
4701 NW 135th Street
Felida - Starcrest
4 Bed
$2,695
7419 NE 13th Ave
Northeast Hazel Dell
2 Bed
$1,225
1212 NW 118th Circle
Felida - Starcrest
4 Bed
$2,295
11012 NW 29th Ave
Felida - Starcrest
3 Bed
$1,495
15207 NE 19th Avenue
Pleasant Valley - Fairgrounds
3 Bed
$1,795
16214 NE 27th Avenue
Pleasant Valley - Fairgrounds
4 Bed
$3,195
9301 NE 44th Avenue
Northeast Hazel Dell
3 Bed
$2,195
11716 NE 42nd Court
Pleasant Valley
4 Bed
$1,995
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City Guide
Salmon Creek
Moving to Salmon Creek

The Cost

Salmon Creek is a bedroom community of Vancouver, Washington. It nudges the junction of I-5 and I-205. The 19,886 residents love it here, even with the cost of living 11% higher than the national average. Bargain basement rates for rental apartments in Salmon Creek are rare.

Starting Your Search

Don't delay because if you snooze you lose for places for rent in Salmon Creek. You're going to have some competition because there are a lot of college and university students in the area. Your best bet will be at the end of the spring or winter semesters when students are beginning to migrate.

Where to Look

The southern part of town is the preferred area to rent an apartment. There's a wide variety of housing styles, however not a great number of any one style. Choose from single-family homes, condominiums, and apartments. You may even score one of the sweet townhouses for rent. A recent survey showed that 50% of residents in Salmon Creek lived in the same house they did five years ago. Once they get here it seems people just don't leave very often.

What You Need

You'll need the "usual" to secure a rental home in Salmon Creek. Have your credit score, letter verifying employment and salary and a copy of your last paycheck. When it gets serious, you'll need cash or something similar such as a cashier's or bank check. Prepare to pay the first month's rent and that good old security deposit. Unless you have a pet, that's pretty much what you'll need. If you're bringing your favorite fur or feather covered buddy to pet friendly apartments, a letter from your former landlord stating it was perfectly behaved would be a good idea, as well as discussing a one time pet deposit.

Enjoying Life in the City of Salmon Creek

You can catch your own entre in Salmon Creek, but first ask the locals for the best places to drop a line. Pick up salad and veggies at the Farmer's Market on your way home and you have a meal!. The market has farm fresh produce and flowers, enough to make you want to shop there every week. Don't forget libations! Washington is known for more than its apples, although it produces more than any other state in the union, it is also a renowned winemaking state. Take a tour of local wineries and breweries in the region for a taste of Washington's finest.

Besides wine-country tours, you'll have a lot of ways to work up an appetite. Salmon Creek Park and Klineline Pond feature close to 400 acres of recreational open space. Salmon Creek is the eastern trailhead for the three-mile Salmon Creek Trail. It's open to bikers, hikers, rollerbladers and equestrians as well as those who just want to meander aimlessly along the riverfront.

Dining Across Town

Smokey's Hot Oven Pizza is a great place to grab a tasty pizza, sandwiches, salads and Italian dishes, and wash it down with a cold beer in a casual fun atmosphere.

Billygan's Roadhouse threw open its doors in 1996. Steaks, burgers, chicken, and ribs are the most popular eats in this lively casual atmosphere. Billygan's gives you a chance to sample Washington wines with their exemplary selection of local vintages. There are also big screen TV's to watch your favorite sports, as well as video games including a variety of mega-touch, video and toy games.

Getting Around Town and Country

It's pretty much essential to have a car in Salmon Creek. Public transportation is lacking and automobile is about the only way to get around Salmon Creek or into Vancouver for all the entertainment that the city offers. A full 78% of people commute an average of 26 minutes to get to work, generally to Vancouver.

On the bright side, you can get anywhere in the world pretty fast with Portland (Oregon) International Airport only 8.8 miles away just across the grand Columbia River from Salmon Creek