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92880, 91752

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Statistics & Facts

The population of Eastvale is approximately 47,635 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 13640 (2010).

The amount of land area in Eastvale is 32.4 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Eastvale is 12.5 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 1.6 sq kilometers.
The distance from Eastvale to Washington DC is 2389 miles. The distance to the California state capital is 387 miles. (as the crow flies)
Eastvale is positioned 33.95 degrees north of the equator and 117.56 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Eastvale elevation is 358 feet above sea level.
The Eastvale median home price is $304,000 (2010).

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Location

Eastvale location: Located in western Riverside County near the junction of the 91 Freeway and Interstate 15, about 50 miles south and east of Los Angeles. Nearby communities include: Norco (4 miles), Corona (4 miles), Home Gardens (4.7 miles), Mira Loma (5.1 miles), El Cerrito (6.9 miles) Pedley (7.2 miles), Glen Avon (7.9 miles), Ontario (9.8 miles), Chino (10.8 miles) and Riverside (11.4 miles).

City boundaries are Hellman Avenue to the West and Bellgrave Avenue to the North (both San Bernardino County line), The Santa Ana River and the city of Norco to the south and I-15 to the east. See a map of the city boundaries.

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The geography for Eastvale is a basically flat area of former dairy land. The Santa Ana River follows along its southern border, below its river bluff.

Climate & Weather

The weather in Eastvale is mild with no real extremes in weather. A few hot spells in the summer may go over 100, winter temperatures rarely drop below 40.
Eastvale average annual rainfall is 13.2 inches per year
Eastvale average temperature is 63 degrees F.
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History & History Related Items

Eastvale history:

Eastvale, once a rural area, was predominantly dairy farms and agricultural until the late 1990s. At that time, the area started to suburbanize to accommodate the influx of people coming from neighboring Orange and Los Angeles Counties seeking affordable housing. Eastvale was particularly hit hard by the United States housing bubble that burst in the late 2000's. A large portion of the communities' homes were sold during the early and mid 2000's at highly inflated prices fueled by the subprime mortgage industry. In June, 2006, the median home in Eastvale was valued at $601,000 and had drastically fallen to $304,000 by June, 2009 according to Zillow representing a 50% decrease in home values over a span of three years

The attempt at incorporation for Eastvale has spanned several years. Several groups formed in support of the cityhood, mainly the Eastvale Incorporation Committee and the Yes on Eastvale Cityhood Committee. The opposition also formed groups against incorporation include the Not NOW Eastvale group. Those against cityhood were more worried about the ability of a new city to sustain itself in this weak economy. The measure for incorporation was on the 8 June 2010 ballot as Measure A. Measure B determined how the city council would be elected. Measure A passed with 65.8% of voters approving incorporation. The city council will be elected at-large. See Eastvale historical events for an account of the incorporation celebration and the first city council members.
The settling of Eastvale: 1910
The incorporation date of Eastvale: 1 October 2010.

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Attractions

Eastvale attractions:

Santa Ana River
The largest river in southern California crossing through four counties. It begins in the San Bernardino Mountains and flows through San Bernardino and Riverside, finally emptying into the Pacific Ocean. It flows over 110 miles.

Nearby is - Norco College - part of the Riverside Community College District.

Norco Rehabilitation Center
Medium Security Correctional Facility
Western & Fifth St.
Norco, CA 92860
Phone: 951-737-2683

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