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Apartments are turned after every move out to ensure a clean and easy move in; this includes a fresh coat of paint and thorough
professional cleaning.

Residents are not required to be present for work to be performed.

Yes, City Park View apartments has on-site maintenance available to help with issues.

In order to get help with a repair or an issue in the unit, Residents can create a maintenance request online explaining the issue and its priority

Contact management if you are locked out during office hours, or contact maintenance if locked out during off hours


Yes, assigned garage parking is available at City Park View.

City Park View has a laundry center, covered parking, an elevator, high speed internet access, and A/C's in each apartment.

Yes, we are pet friendly. Please contact us for breed restrictions and more information. 

Each apartment at City Park View comes with stainless steel appliances, a microwave, a dishwasher, a refrigerator, an individual A/C unit, and hardwood floors.

No, City Park View does not offer furnished apartments. 


City Park View is close to Public Transportation / Bus Lines, and the Metro Station. Please visit the MAPS page for more details. 

City Park View is located in the LAUSD (Los Angeles Unified School District).

We are located in the heart of the city, this property is part of the Rampart Village neighborhood, right off W 3rd Street.
Please visit the MAPS page for directions. 


In most cases, an applicant will be approved or denied within 2 days. 

Yes, the combined income of a household must be at least 2.5x monthly rent for approval. 

Yes, residents have the option to pay an additional $13 a month for renters insurance or use a 3rd party insurance.

Residents have the option to pay rent via check, credit card or electronic payment. 

None, electricity payments are paid directly through LADWP, while both water and trash are on a RUBS program.

Please set up your utilities directly with the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP), Ratio Utility Billing (RUBS)
and your preferred internet/cable provider.

No, residents are responsible for the duration of their lease terms. 

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