A small city in the San Gabriel Valley of Los Angeles County, San Dimas sits in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains.
Sitting at the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains along historic Route 66 is Azusa, a city of around 50,000 that was the center of the great citrus belt of Southern California during the first half of the 20th century.
The “City of Trees and PhDs,” Claremont is renowned for its award-winning 23,000 trees and the lauded Claremont Colleges.
Positioned just south of the San Gabriel Mountains, Duarte is a small and diverse city that boasts 14 scenic parks set on 52-acres, top-rated schools, a performing arts center, Rancho Duarte Golf Course, and a historical society and museum.
Nestled in the foothills of the picturesque San Gabriel Mountains, Glendora is located about 27 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles.
A small suburb nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys 30 miles east of Los Angeles, La Verne was founded in 1887 as a destination for the Santa Fe Railroad.
Known as the “Gem City of the Foothills,” Monrovia is set against the San Gabriel Mountains in the San Gabriel Valley.
Centrally located between Pasadena and Arcadia, three-square-mile Sierra Madre is home to serene neighborhoods, lots of green space, and a quaint downtown shopping district.