Rancho Cucamonga presently hosts a population of 177,736 and is located in San Bernardino County. The city was incorporated during the year 1977 and unified the surrounding communities of Alta Loma, Cucamonga, and Etiwanda.
In Rancho Cucamonga, the majority of the space is utilized for residential property. Nevertheless, it is presently becoming a major hub for the logistic business because of its nearness to the Ontario International Airport, as well as two interstate highways and a big portion of existing land on the southern side of the city.
Seven square miles worth of land is dedicated to some large distribution centers and smaller manufacturing companies in the area around Milliken Avenue. Around this area are several well-off office parks and several shopping strips, consisting of the Terra Vista Town Center as well as Ontario Mills mall. Tamco Steel, which operates the only steel mini-mill in the state of California, is located within the city as well. Junked appliances and cars are recycled to make rebar in the mill.
Within the city of Rancho Cucamonga, there are numerous educational institutions, which includes a community college, 2 university satellite campuses, 24 elementary schools, 4 high schools and 7 junior high schools. An additional 22 public and private universities could be found in a thirty minute drive.
There are several amenities that Rancho Cucamonga provides its residents. For the sports enthusiast, the city provides a minor league baseball stadium, two challenging golf courses and an adult sports complex. There is even a performing arts center downtown, and 31 parks littered all over the city.
The city has halved its crime rates since 1993, and is ranked one of California's safest cities. Within the city, there are six tactically situated emergency response teams and fire stations to serve at all times.