Banning is located astride the Interstate 10 freeway between the Inland Empire and the Coachella Valley. It initially served as a stagecoach and railroad stop between Arizona and Los Angeles. This history has contributed to a present day spirit of pioneer resourcefulness.
Beaumont is at the peak on the San Gorgonio Pass connecting the desert to the western part of the county. It neighbors the Interstate 10 and State Route 60 freeways. Population is approximately 50,000.
Blythe is located in the Palo Verde Valley of the Lower Colorado River Valley region. It is an agricultural area, as well as part of the Colorado Desert along the Colorado River. It has a population of more than 20,000.
Situated within the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains, Calimesa is located in the northwestern portion of Riverside County. It has a total area of 14.8 square miles, and is home to more than 7,000 residents.
One of only five gated cities in California, the City of Canyon Lake began as a master-planned community developed in 1968. Incorporated in 1990, the city currently has a population of more than 11,000 and spans 4.6 square miles.
Cathedral City is home to many fine resorts, dining options, shopping venues and family-centered recreational facilities. The city has the second-largest population of the nine cities in the Coachella Valley, after Indio.
Known as the City of Eternal Sunshine, Coachella was a largely rural and agricultural community that became one of the state's fastest-growing cities in the late 20th century. The current population is more than 45,000.
Desert Hot Springs is a true oasis, home to some of the world's finest naturally occurring hot mineral springs. For years, these world-class waters have driven the economy, with polished marble resorts, retro-hip motels, and ultra-exclusive celebrity retreats feeding off of their energy.
Located in northwestern Riverside County, Eastvale was officially incorporated as a city in 2010. It was primarily a farm community until the 1990s, when it’s population boomed of residents moving into Riverside County for family-focused communities.
Located in the heart of Southern California’s desert resort communities, the City of Indian Wells is recognized worldwide for its tranquil and luxurious resort environment. Indian Wells earns its status as one of the premier vacation destinations in the United States.
With nationally recognized public safety services, exceptional schools, great parks and senior and teen centers, Indio is ranked as one of the best places to live for young families. New housing is regularly constructed or being planned throughout the city, in addition to new hotels, restaurants and retailers.
The City of Jurupa Valley was incorporated in 2011 by a group of passionate community volunteers. It covers a 44-square mile area that is a mix of high and low-density residential development, rural farming and other agricultural activities, as well as commercial retail and industrial activity.
La Quinta is nearly surrounded by the Santa Rosa Mountains and is located on the floor of the Coachella Valley. The city is booming with a growing population, as well as a large seasonal population of so-called snow birds. It offers a variety of recreational and cultural activities.
Lake Elsinore is a city in western Riverside County. Established in 1888, it is located on the shore of Lake Elsinore, a natural freshwater lake about 3,000 acres in size. The city has grown from a small resort town in the late 19th and early 20th centuries to a population of well above 60,000.
Menifee is a vibrant town in southwest Riverside County that has been recognized as one of Southern California’s top 10 cities for growth. For many years it was known for a large Sun City retirement community. Today it is a prime destination for young families looking for a clean and quiet place to live.
Natural scenic beauty and reasonably priced housing continues to attract significant numbers of residents and businesses that find Murrieta a great place to grow. Those living in the community enjoy distinguished schools, abundant recreation, excellent medical facilities, expanding employment opportunities, and one of the lowest crime rates in Southern California.
The City of Norco is best known as an animal-keeping, equestrian-oriented community whose residents enjoy over 400 acres of parkland and one of the largest networks of horse trails in the nation, earning the nickname Horsetown USA.
The City of Palm Desert, California, incorporated in 1973, is centered in the heart of the Coachella Valley. Palm Desert is known as the cultural and retail center of the desert communities. It is rated one of the safest cities in Southern California.
Palm Springs lies on the western edge of the Coachella Valley, within the Colorado Desert. The permanent year-round population is about 45,000, and doubles during the winter season. The city is renowned as a world-class resort destination.
About 70,000 people call Perris home, and the population here is one of the most diverse in California. The city’s claims to fame include the Lake Perris State Recreation Area, which is packed every summer with campers, boaters, fishermen and hikers, and the Orange Empire Railway Museum, one of the largest railroad museums on the west coast.
Located at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains and adjacent to the San Jacinto River, the city is one of the oldest incorporated cities in Riverside County. It is home to some of the most successful and profitable businesses in the region.
Temecula offers the best of both worlds: it’s a quiet community for those who enjoy a more relaxed pace of life, but it is within easy driving distance to major cities and other popular southern California destinations. Residents enjoy the sights and sounds of Old Town Temecula, championship golf courses, and visits to the beautiful vineyards where more than 56 types of grapes are grown.
Wildomar is a community that has steadily grown over the years, though it is still a place where those seeking a quieter lifestyle can find just that. Wildomar is nestled right next door to Lake Elsinore, the largest natural freshwater lake in California.