The shoreline and Sculpture Park are two of the amazing characteristics in this area of 10,468 people. It was formerly one of Seattle’s poorest neighborhoods and is now one of its most densely inhabited districts. Known for heinous crimes such as stabbings, shootings, post-clubbing violence, and drug use. This drug activity is quite visible at night at the dog park around 2nd/Bell.
Belltown has a 138 percent higher crime rate than the rest of Seattle. As a result, locals frequently express their dissatisfaction with the city’s lack of support for the police. Commuting to the airport is made simple by the availability of choices such as bus, Zipcar, taxi, and light rail. However, Third Avenue, where the buses go, is infamous for nasty individuals who promote small crimes. As a result, cash handling is discouraged. Walking or riding at night along 2nd Avenue between Lenora and Bell is not recommended, especially for women going alone to Seattle.
Late at night, the neighborhood between Blanchard and Bell in Belltown has been known to be a hotspot for narcotics, robbery, and violence. The increased number of foot patrols in this region has not yet led in reformations, however there are a few hotels in the neighborhood with expensive protection.
According to statistics, Belltown is safer than 0% of the cities in Washington.