Pomona Real Estate
The westernmost city of the Inland Empire, bordering busy metropolitan Los Angeles, Pomona was named for the ancient Roman goddess of fruit thanks to a contest held in 1875. By the 1880’s the arrival of railroads and precious Coachella Valley water had allowed Pomona to evolve into the Western anchor of the citrus growing region that surrounded it. Officially incorporated in 1888, Pomona was later known as the “Queen of the Citrus Belt” and enjoyed one of the highest levels of income per capita in the United States.
Today, Pomona is an urban hub and a suburban area of expansive Los Angeles County. Perfectly situated a mere 27 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, 25 miles north of Orange County’s Santa Ana, 37 miles west of the City of San Bernardino and 31 miles west of busy Riverside, Pomona is an ideal place to live for those who are employed in any of those nearby regions.
A typical, Southern California Mediterranean climate, with hot dry summers and mild winters maximizes the outdoor California lifestyle that residents enjoy and appreciate. Pomona residents enjoy a multitude of museums and other cultural and recreational pursuits including the Pomona Valley Fairplex which hosts the annual Los Angeles County Fair and many other recreational venues and opportunities. Governed by a seven-member City Council, Pomona is financially sound with excellent educational institutions. Among them are Pomona College, Mt. San Antonio College, Western University of Health Sciences, and California State Polytechnic University. A popular city with students, there is adequate affordable housing to accommodate most budgets.
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