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OVERVIEW of the City

Rancho Cucamonga is one of Southern California’s most family oriented, safe and prosperous communities. Throughout the city’s 41 year history, community leaders have consistently emphasized quality in their decisions affecting housing, open space, education, recreation and economic development.

The results of these efforts are visible. The city’s neighborhoods have grown up through a series of planned unit developments highlighted by large lot sizes, quality construction, and ample open space. Rancho Cucamonga homes sell for the highest prices among major inland cities despite Southern California’s recent housing difficulties. The city’s government, retail, office and manufacturing centers have evolved in a similar fashion, giving the community a universally prosperous and well-organized look and urban ambience.

Rancho Cucamonga’s location is one of its principal advantages. Companies and residents can directly access major ground transportation routes in and out of Southern California: the I-10 and the I-15 freeways as well as the newly expanded I-210 freeway. The LA/Ontario International Airport is also just minutes from Rancho Cucamonga. Firms are moving to this area due to the city’s modern facilities, competitive costs and strong logistical infrastructure. In addition, companies can hire an increasing number of sophisticated workers that are migrating to the city’s growing base of upscale homes.

Rancho Cucamonga has been fortunate in seeing its retail trade per capita rise 31.7% from 2000-2010. This result came about as the 1.3-million-square-foot Victoria Gardens Regional Town Center opened, giving Rancho Cucamonga a downtown environment with the best in new urbanism design. The project incorporates retail, office, civic and cultural uses, and is home to sought-after tenants such as Anthropologies, Banana Republic, Bass Pro Shops, Pottery Barn, The Apple Store and Williams-Sonoma that previously only served their inland clients from outlets in Southern California’s coastal counties.

Rancho Cucamonga’s prosperity is measured by a median income of $82,489, well above the Southern California average of $57,267. Nearly all of the city’s households have computers with internet access. The city’s school children are succeeding with elementary, middle and high school Academic Performance Index scores far above state averages, and high school students are passing the Exit Examinations at rates that lead all of San Bernardino County’s major districts and far above county and state averages. The city’s emphasis on serving its families can be seen in its extensive system of neighborhood parks and numerous outdoor amenities such as lighted sports fields and children’s play areas. Other community venues include a specially designed adult sports complex; community center; cultural center; two libraries and over 150 miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trails.

Today, Rancho Cucamonga enjoys steady, balanced growth, a solid economic base, and
an exciting future as it embarks on its 41st year of cityhood.


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