- Fontana Community Information
The City of Fontana is located in southern California, in the USA. We sit at the intersection of two major freeways. Metrolink rail service to the greater Los Angeles area runs through the center of town, and we are only 10 minutes away from Ontario International Airport.
The present population is estimated at 183,640 (2007 estimate). The City's incorporated area is 36 square miles, with a sphere of influence of 54.2 square miles.
- Rialto Community Information
Nestled below the San Bernardino mountains is the pleasant City of Rialto. Its dynamic growth reflects the successes of Rialto's past.
The City of Rialto is believed to have been settled prior to the year 1500. Ancient artifacts were discovered by archaeologists indicating Indians lived in the Rialto area between 1500 and 1800 AD Where these Indians went, or why, remains a mystery. Records indicate that in 1769 the King of Spain awarded portions of this area to selected Spanish Dons.
- Colton Community Information
The City of Colton, incorporated in 1887, is an “American Classic” with a very colorful past and proud history. Strategically located in the heart of Southern California, Colton is at the crossroads of the Inland Empire. It boasts affordable housing, low business taxes, a wide range of community programs for all ages and a very responsive city government. Colton is a full service City with its own Police and Fire Protection, Water and Wastewater Facilities, as well as its own Electric Utility—the second oldest in the State.
- Ontario Community Information
It was in the first week of August, 1881 when George Chaffey, a Canadian engineer, viewed the wastes known as the Cucamonga Desert and decided that this patch of land, if properly watered, could become productive and profitable. George and his brother William bought the "San Antonio lands," 6,218 acres with water rights for $60,000. This was the nucleus of their new model colony. They subsequently expanded to the Southern Pacific Railroad tracks on the south. On the north, they took in the Kincaid Ranch at San Antonio Canyon, an all-important source of water.
- Chino Hill Community Information
Chino Hills is well known for its high quality of life and beautiful rural atmosphere. The community of 78,957 residents, boasts 3,000 acres of publicly-owned open space, 40 parks, and 38 miles of trails.
•Named the 13th Safest City in the United States - 2007 FBI Crime Statistics
- Montclair Community Information
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. In 1774, Captain Juan Bautista D’Anza, on his historic trip to the San Gabriel Mission, named that stream “Arroyo de los Alisos,” the Stream of the Sycamores. Legend has it that D’Anza carved the initials, “IHS” on a large sycamore, which may have been uprooted when the stream, now known as San Antonio Creek, overflowed its banks in 1894.
- Upland Community Information
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.
- Rancho Cucamonga Community Information
Rancho Cucamonga -- the Inland Empire's premier City invites you to acquaint yourself with all it has to offer. As part of one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas, Rancho Cucamonga nonetheless remains one of the safest cities in the country and is a desirable place to live, work, and play.
- San Bernardino Community Information
San Bernardino is located in the heart of Southern California, nestled at the base of local mountain resorts and at the crossroads of the I-215 and I-10 Freeways. Visitors will find that San Bernardino is a historic city with exciting year-round events, cultural activities and entertainment.
- Highland California Community Information
Nestled against the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains, the City of Highland offers an ideal business and residential location in the Inland Empire of Southern California. Highland takes great pride in being one of the most desirable communities in which to live in the Inland Empire, with low crime, high safety, and an emphasis on community beautification.
- Redlands Community Information
Quality of Life personnel ensure Redlands residents, businesses and visitors enjoy City services and facilities that include parks, trees and City-owned groves, Hillside Memorial Park cemetery, Redlands Municipal Airport, and solid waste removal, as well as code enforcement and the maintenance of our street lights, traffic signals and streets. The provision of these services is supported by additional City maintenance and support staff, and all services and support are coordinated under comprehensive Green Initiatives.
- Loma Linda Community Information
Loma Linda is a unique community of 21,000. The city has been a national center of health and wellness research for decades. Loma Linda offers residents an alternative to the intense, often anonymous lifestyle so characteristic of modern life. It is no surprise to find numerous families strolling along the city's tree lined streets, or playing in its numerous parks.
That said, for its size, Loma Linda has a decidedly cosmopolitan air. Thanks to the fame of Loma Linda University (LLU) Medical Center, visitors come to the city from around the world. Some are patients, others are students, some come to teach, heal or perform research. Many decide to stay.
- Grand Terrace Community Information
Grand Terrace is strategically located between the cities of Riverside and San Bernardino along the 1-215 corridor.
This community of 12,500 is known for its peaceful atmosphere, beautiful neighborhoods, high performing schools, an active library, and safe streets.
Money Magazine recently ranked us in its "Top 100 Best Places in America to Live". The city is nestled between two mountain ridges, Blue Mountain to the east, and La Loma Hills to the west.
- Yucaipa Community Information
Welcome to the website for the City of Yucaipa, California. This site is intended to provide access to information that will be beneficial to residents and convenient for the transaction of City-related business.
- City of Calimesa Community Information
The City of Calimesa is located in northern Riverside County. We are in the eastern portion of Southern California's inland valley, which is within the Yucaipa Valley of the San Gorgonio Pass Area.
- Yucca Valley Community Information
Yucca Valley is located in southern California's San Bernardino County on the northern edge of Joshua Tree National Park. It is among a group communities, including Joshua Tree, Landers and Twentynine Palms, occupying the Morongo Basin of the southeastern Mojave Desert.