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Thirty miles east of downtown Los Angeles, between San Gabriel Valley and San Bernardino Valley is Pomona Valley in Southern California. East and west portions of the valley are divided by the San Antonio Creek, which runs through the valley’s center. Pomona Valley includes the cities of Chino, Chino Hills, Claremont, Diamond Bar, La Verne, Montclair, Ontario, Pomona, Rancho Cucamonga, San Dimas, Upland, and Walnut.
Pomona Valley receives about 17 inches of rain per year, and no snow. The sun can be found shining on Pomona Valley 285 days out of the year, with only 32 days per year with measurable precipitation. Average summer high temperatures are around 91 degrees, and winter lows are above freezing at 38 degrees.
Public Transportation throughout Pomona Valley is provided by Foothill Transit, Omnitrans, as well as public transportation via Los Angeles County and San Bernardino County.
Areas of interest in Pomona Valley include Raging Waters Water Park in San Dimas, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden in Claremont, and the shopping wonders of Victoria Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario Mills in Ontario, and the Shoppes at Chino Hills.
Twelve institutes of higher learning have made their home in Pomona Valley, California.
The Pomona Valley Art Association, PVVA, is a non-profit, volunteer supported art association serving the Pomona Valley for nearly seventy years. The mission of the PVVA is to stimulate creative interest, education, and the enjoyment of art in all of its forms.
The Historical Society of Pomona Valley has been operating in Pomona Valley for over 100 years, inspired by Mrs. J.W. Wilkinson who recognized and honored the historic threads connecting the past, present, and future. Today, the society continues to protect and preserve the stories and artifacts from Pomona Valley’s past.
From the mining days of the past to the shining days of the present, Pomona Valley continues to be a source of pride for all who reside in the area.
Give Team Douglas a call today at 951-529-9159 to tour available homes for sale in the Pomona Valley area.