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Eastvale Real Estate

An emergent city in the inland empire.  Eastvale is one of the newest cities in Western Riverside County.  Eastvale was incorporated on October 1, 2010 and has an ever-growing population of over 73,700 residents, making Eastvale one of the fastest growing cities in the State of California. Eastvale is 13.1 square miles strategically poised between Interstate 15 and California State Routes 91, 60, and 71, making access easy for residents, visitors and businesses alike. Residents and visitors find the close proximity of Ontario International Airport to be a metropolitan advantage yet enjoy the small-town, neighborly charm of our young community.

Eastvale is included within the Corona-Norco Unified School District (CNUSD). CNUSD is the largest school district in Riverside County and the ninth largest school district in the State of California.  The elementary schools in Eastvale are multi-track year-round schools. The City of Eastvale has five elementary schools, two intermediate schools and one high school as follows: Clara Barton Elementary (a California Distinguished School); Eastvale Elementary; Harada Elementary; Rosa Parks Elementary School; Ronald Reagan Elementary; Dr. Augustine Ramirez Intermediate; River Heights Intermediate; and Eleanor Roosevelt High School.  VanderMolen Elementary is not in the City of Eastvale but in many cases it will be the home school for many Eastvale children East of Hamner Avenue.

The landscape of the community has changed over the years from a former dairy enclave to a diverse, well-appointed community with highly desired amenities.  Their eight newly constructed, modern, award-winning schools and thirteen beautiful parks, Eastvale stands as the premiere location to raise a family and enjoy business success. The variety of the surrounding communities provides for a diversified consumer base and a culturally enriched experience.

There are approximately 250 acres of community and neighborhood parks open to the public or in different stages of development.  There are four parks East of Hamner Avenue (between Hamner Ave. and the I-15 Freeway) that are part of Jurupa Area Parks and Recreation.