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Old Today, 09:41 AM
 
Location: Portland, OR
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One thing about Lakewood is that most homes have a front porch, but in Shaker most homes do not. We really like sitting on our front porch.
I realize any answer to this question would be highly dependent on your specific neighbors. But I’ll ask anyway.

With tighter quarters (lot sizes), a front porch/back patio culture, and what appears to be a healthy dose of younger, hip residents...

Are Lakewood folks pretty considerate about keeping noise levels down in the neighborhoods past, say, 9p? I’ve had bad experiences with Thurs 2a raging parties in neighborhoods which have looked/felt similar. Granted, this was West Coast.

Any insights appreciated, and hopefully this isn’t too far off topic.
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Old Today, 09:48 AM
 
Location: Portland, OR
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Thanks for the info! What crime app do you use? How much does it cost, if anything? TIA.
I use SpotCrime. I can’t remember if it was free...there may be a very small, one time fee. For researching cities/neighborhoods, the maps feature is very handy. Helps put data behind what can be a very subjective discussion topic.
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Old Today, 02:52 PM
 
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I realize any answer to this question would be highly dependent on your specific neighbors. But I’ll ask anyway.

With tighter quarters (lot sizes), a front porch/back patio culture, and what appears to be a healthy dose of younger, hip residents...

Are Lakewood folks pretty considerate about keeping noise levels down in the neighborhoods past, say, 9p? I’ve had bad experiences with Thurs 2a raging parties in neighborhoods which have looked/felt similar. Granted, this was West Coast.

Any insights appreciated, and hopefully this isn’t too far off topic.
For the most part, yes. However, it might also depend on your street and neighbors. On streets with more doubles that are rented to young folks, there will be more loud parties. On streets with fewer of those properties, it should be pretty quiet. One exception might be the 4th of July, as it seemed like most streets were loud and celebrating, but partially because they wanted to be done with the pandemic.
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Old Today, 05:12 PM
 
Location: Portland, OR
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For the most part, yes. However, it might also depend on your street and neighbors. On streets with more doubles that are rented to young folks, there will be more loud parties. On streets with fewer of those properties, it should be pretty quiet. One exception might be the 4th of July, as it seemed like most streets were loud and celebrating, but partially because they wanted to be done with the pandemic.
Thanks! I can handle holiday noise and a weekend party now and then. It’s more annoying when we’re talking weeknights or an “every single Saturday night” type of situation. Your answer was helpful.
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Old Today, 07:31 PM
 
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Thanks! I can handle holiday noise and a weekend party now and then. It’s more annoying when we’re talking weeknights or an “every single Saturday night” type of situation. Your answer was helpful.
I would say just make sure the homes next to you aren't doubles and you should be fine.
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