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Rancho Cucamonga is one of the nicest places to live in Southern California. The city’s neighborhoods are brand new, or relatively new, and are upscale and architecturally pleasing. Families are close to a numerous parks and recreational amenities, as well as several new restaurants and shopping centers. The schools are excellent. The streets are safe. The LA/Ontario International Airport is minutes away, and numerous professional, high-technology production and logistics fi rms are expanding rapidly in and near Rancho Cucamonga.

Thanks to its location, city residents and businesses have easy access to the rest of Southern California via the I-10, I-15 and I-210 freeways. As a result, the city has and will continue to be one of the main beneficiaries of the growth that migrates into the Victoria Gardens from Southern California’s congested coastal counties.

Since 2000, these advantages plus a policy of carefully managed growth have caused Rancho Cucamonga to grow from 127,743 to 168,181 people in 2011, a gain of 40,438 or 31.7%. The city has increased its population faster than San Bernardino County (20.0%) and the county’s west end (14.9%). The city’s population gain during this period was the fifth largest among the inland region’s 52 cities and the 27th largest absolute population gain among California’s 483 cities.


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