Harney Heights is a neighborhood in Vancouver, Washington with a population of 8,439. Harney Heights is in Clark County. Living in Harney Heights offers residents an urban suburban mix feel and most residents rent their homes. In Harney Heights there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families live in Harney Heights and residents tend to be liberal.
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Harney Heights is a great neighborhood, with a combination of people who have lived there for decades and new families moving in. It's pretty laid back, everyone knows who everyone is and we look after each other. The houses aren't extravagant, many are being updated, but usually they are on larger lots, so you will actually find usable yards. It's close enough to downtown to get there fast, but far enough away to keep the noise to a minimum.
I have lived here for most of my life and believe I have much biased towards this area. It is my home and it feels like home and therefore, I would live here again if I could do it all over again. Not that I had any choice of living in this area because my parents have lived here with me. But yes, if I were given a choice, I would live here again. Despite growing up near the "dangerous park," the "speedy road" in front of my house that prevented my siblings and me from playing basketball in the street, and the many, many elderly residents, I love my home. I cannot compared my home to another simply because I do not know enough about another area to do so. I recently moved out of this area to attend college in Bellingham, Washington. Both areas have similar weather and geographic attractiveness which has made it easy for me to adjust to the big move. I believe this area has a good outlook in my eyes because I will be returning to it later on in my life and think many others like myself will follow.
While the area is an up and coming portion of town, it is still very rough around the edges and raises a sense of unease at night.