Harbor City is a neighborhood in Los Angeles, California with a population of 29,432. Harbor City is in Los Angeles County. Living in Harbor City offers residents an urban feel and most residents own their homes. In Harbor City there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Harbor City and residents tend to be liberal.
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Harbor City Reviews
To much gang activity. People are always dumping illegally in the alleys. Needs more police patrolling. Homeless population is growing, they are everywhere and the drug use is rampant. Other than that it's one of the cheapest city to live in the south bay. Harbor City is close to freeways and the beaches. It is very diverse in population. You have Latino, black, Asian and white people living in the community. Maybe if they get rid of the gangs and the graffiti then this city would be one of the best in the area.
I was raised in Harbor City and born in Torrance and I could say Harbor City is always going to be my hometown and nothing else can change that. I went to elementary school k-5th grade, graduated from Fleming middle school, and I moved to a city in South East Los Angeles County and attend my last year of high school here. I know it isn’t the greatest place in LA but it sure is a place to call my hometown, I still have friends I used to hang out with around my city that I stay in contact with and I usually go and visit them on some occasions but all I can say is that I miss my hometown.
Harbor city, specifically in my neighborhood, is very tranquil and calm. It is a "in the middle" city, that is part of the South Bay area, near beaches, the port, and also Los Angeles. what i would like to see change, however, is the growing population of the homeless. There should be a proper homeless/ rehabilitation center, near our area. Harbor City is not big, yet, it could be a calming place to have one.