Inland Empire Real Estate Communities List
Sitting at the northwest corner of Rancho Cucamonga, Alta Loma is a fantastic place to work or live in. This mostly residential community gives you a great view of the San Gabriel Mountains, and its inviting atmosphere gives its residents and visitors a worthwhile experience.
Alta Loma was formerly home to old citrus groves and grape vineyards. The reason many homes above Banyan Street, in particular, have orange and lemon trees on their property may be attributed to this; many horse trails are lined with eucalyptus trees, which are former windbreaks for the groves. Even among the office buildings and shopping malls that have been built in recent decades, the occasional patch of greenfield has a few rows of grapevines.
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Claremont is a city in Los Angeles County, California, USA, about 45 kilometers (30 miles) east of downtown Los Angeles at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains. Claremont is known for its seven academic institutions and several unique retirement communities. The population was 33,998 at the 2000 census.
Large trees and shade-covered streets, older residential areas, and The Claremont Colleges are located south of the Foothill Freeway and Baseline Road. North of Baseline, most residential development is newer and mostly consists of grander estate residences set on larger lots, with cobblestone-lined streets.
Although Claremont is adjacent to the San Gabriel Mountains, hillside development is restricted as the city has set aside 1,740 acres as permanent open space and wilderness. One of the final residential developments of 125 homesites at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains began in 2003, and the foothills also include the Padua Hills Theatre, an historic site constructed in the 1930s.
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The community of Etiwanda began in 1881 when George and William Chaffey purchased the land from Joseph Garcia, a retired Portuguese sea captain. The town was named for an Indian tribe living on the shores of Lake Michigan.
The community of Etiwanda has elementary, middle, and high schools that are part of the Etiwanda School District and Chaffey Joint Union High School District.
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The City of Fontana is located in southern California, sitting at the intersection of Interstate 10 and 15 and State Routes 66 and 30. Metrolink rail service to the greater Los Angeles area runs through the center of town, and Fontana is only 10 minutes away from Ontario International Airport.
Fontana is close to the mountains, beaches, several lakes and desert areas. The city is home to the Fontana Days Half Marathon and 5 k run. This race is on record as the fastest half marathon course in the world. Fontana has one golf course and another under construction. Sierra Lakes Golf Course is located at the base of the San Bernardino Mountains.
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The history of Montclair is as rich as that of any other West Valley city. The earliest inhabitants of the land that is now Montclair were the Serrano Indians. The Serrano Indians built their village on the banks of a sycamore tree-lined creek which followed what is now Mills Avenue.
Until the 1890’s Montclair was little more than grazing land and a watering hole, but in 1897, Mrs. Edward Fraser was instrumental in founding “The Township of Marquette,” the area's first modern name. This signaled the beginning of land development which would slowly turn this area into a viable community.
Montclair is a full-service City with its own Police and Fire Departments and has a young and diverse population that represents the ethnic and cultural diversity that is characteristic of Southern California.Until the 1890’s Montclair was little more than grazing land and a watering hole, but in 1897, Mrs. Edward Fraser was instrumental in founding “The Township of Marquette,” the area's first modern name. This signaled the beginning of land development which would slowly turn this area into a viable community.
Montclair is a full-service City with its own Police and Fire Departments and has a young and diverse population that represents the ethnic and cultural diversity that is characteristic of Southern California.
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Abundant opportunities for leisure and recreation make life in Ontario very appealing. Getting around is easy and so much is so close by. Ontario's prime location and transportation infrastructure provide easy access to all the recreational and cultural opportunities Southern California has to offer: mountains, beaches, desert playgrounds, major attractions such as Disneyland, Disney's California Adventure and the annual Tournament of Roses Parade, theme parks, historical sites and more!
Living in Ontario is great! Of all the fun and fabulous places to shop inSouthern California, Ontario Mills Mall is the biggest and the best! An exuberant expanse of remarkable deals and excitement, the 1.7 million square-foot Mills is Southern California's largest outlet shopping mall and entertainment center.
Recreation programs and activities - -Ontario has them all! And special events are featured throughout the year. The City's community facilities, services and projects demonstrate Ontario's commitment to providing recreational, educational and cultural opportunities for the people who live and work here.
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Rancho Cucamonga is truly a great city in which to live, work, and play. Whether you are a long-time resident, new to the community, or a virtual visitor, you will share their sense of pride in their beloved City.
It is important for the people of Rancho Cucamonga to enhance the quality of life of all the city's residents through the continued pursuit of excellence and commitment to the its core values and goals.
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Although the City of Rialto is located in the middle of one of the nation's fastest growing regions, Rialto has retained a small town atmosphere and similar quality of life.
Rialto is an ethnically diverse and progressive community, which boasts several unique community assets including its own Police and Fire Departments, a Municipal Airport, a City owned Racquet and Fitness Center, Performing Arts Theater, a Community Center and a brand new Senior Center. Rialto is conveniently located to various recreational pursuits from the mountains, beaches and desert.
The City of Rialto is committed to safety and a high level of service to the community. That is why the City of Rialto is proud to maintain its own police and fire departments. The Police Department currently employs 146 total employees, 105 sworn officers and 41 non-sworn personnel.
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San Bernardino is the county seat of San Bernardino County, California, United States. As of 2005 the California Department of Finance estimates the population at 199,803. Currently, freeway entry signs state the population is 201,823.
Although rapid residential development is transforming the city into a bedroom community, manufacturing remains a major industry in San Bernardino and the surrounding cities. It is an anchor city of the Inland Empire. San Bernardino has three major events, the annual Route 66 Rendezvous a multi-day automobile event held in downtown San Bernardino each September, the National Orange Show, held each April/May, and the Western Regional Little League Championships each August.
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The City of Upland was incorporated in San Bernardino County on May 15, 1906, and is nestled at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains. During the 20th century, Upland has developed into a residential and retail community that has maintained its country and urban ambiance.
Upland has also retained its charm of the past. Historic Downtown Upland is quiet, leisurely place to shop in antique stores, custom shops, and visit fine restaurants. Each Thursday evening (during spring and summer) the Town Center is host to the "Second Avenue Market", a certified Farmer's Market.