Moreno Valley, California, is located in Riverside County. The city is closely tied to neighboring Riverside, which is the county seat. Moreno Valley has a population of about 197,000, making it the second most populated city in the county.
Moreno Valley covers 51.5 square miles. It is bordered by the San Gorgonio Pass and the Coachella Valley on the east, Lake Perris, Perris, and the San Jacinto Mountains on the south, the San Bernardino Valley and the San Bernardino Mountains to the north, and Riverside to the west. Moreno Valley shares March Joint Air Reserve Base with both Riverside and Perris. It is 60 miles east of Los Angeles, 50 miles west of Palm Springs and 100 miles north of San Diego.
Moreno Valley Homes for Sale and Real Estate
Moreno Valley is the eighth fastest growing city in California. The city experienced rapid growth in the 1980s and during that time there was a construction boom of new homes. The city was incorporated in 1984. By 1990, Moreno Valley had become the second largest city in the county. Although there was a downturn in the city's economy in the late 1990s, Moreno Valley is once again thriving and attracting new commercial ventures, industry and residents to town. The city offers a wide range of housing options including single family residences, condos and affordable entry-level homes. Housing prices in Moreno Valley are moderate and comparable to other communities of this size in California.
Moreno Valley is an ethnically diverse city that is solidly middle class and a community comprised mostly of young families. While it is one of the Inland Empire's largest communities, it strives to provide a small, hometown feel.
Moreno Valley Neighborhoods
Moreno Valley is loosely divided into a few smaller neighborhoods. They include:
Moreno Valley Ranch
Moreno Valley Economy and Employment Opportunities
Moreno Valley has attracted many large employers to the area, and some of the most important industries in the city include automotive, commercial/retail, hospitality, medical, industrial/logistics, and manufacturing.
Moreno Valley's top employers are:
Moreno Valley is home to more than 32 parks and facilities, many miles of equestrian and multi-use trails, and offers many city-sponsored activities, attractions and seasonal events for its residents and visitors including:
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Moreno Valley Weather
The average high temperature in July is 94.3
degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 42.3 degrees.
The average rainfall is approximately 14.4 inches
per year, with 0.3 inches of snow per year.
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