Overall Niche Grade
- Public SchoolsA-
- Crime & SafetyB-
- Good for FamiliesA-
- Cost of LivingD+
- Health & FitnessA
- Outdoor ActivitiesA
Chino Hills is a suburb of Riverside with a population of 79,298. Chino Hills is in San Bernardino County and is one of the best places to live in California. Living in Chino Hills offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Chino Hills there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Chino Hills and residents tend to lean liberal. The public schools in Chino Hills are highly rated.
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Chino Hills Reviews
Listening to crickets chirping and smelling the crisp morning air when I'm walking through the Chino Hills State Park is how I normally start my day. In the summertime, I hang out at the "Shoppes" and parks with friends, enjoying the tribute bands that perform and create fond memories within my city. With the community constantly growing there are many unique forms of entertainment, activities, and places that everyone can enjoy. Due to the increasing population, much of the natural environment in Chino Hills has been bought and urbanized to better accommodate people and bring in money. However, I believe this destruction of land has been occurring too rapidly, ruining the city's original charm. For example, to the immediate east of my high school, an empty plot of land was converted into a shopping center, with tons of town homes, a hotel and plans for additional development. Hopefully, we can create a balance between the population growth and preserving the city's natural beauty.
The Community is very organized. There are many community events throughout the year but specially over the summer. People are very friendly. Students participate in community service actively and have a good atittude. There is the shops that creates a relax environment of commerce, were many families and friends go shopping or just walking around to spend time together. More concurrent places are centralized, which makes it easier to know where to go. The libary is placed next to the high school which makes it facilitates students to go there by walking. The parks are clean and have a good care. On community events there are always secury near by and the police is very close to the concurrent places. There are also many trails to hike and enjoy the beauty of nature. Even thought the city of Chino Hills is well developed, there are still some farming areas, which balances out the habitat. There are still many places for people to construct more buildings as the city still developing.
I have stayed here since I was born. It's a great place where you have a little bit of everything, urban, suburban, and rural feel. It's a very man-in-the-middle type of place because it is 45 minutes away from all major cities in Los Angeles: Downtown, Long Beach, Irvine, Beverly Hills, and Wrightwood!