Population of San Dimas, California: 34,000.
Elevation of San Dimas, California: 955’.
Located at the intersection of the 210, 10 and 57 freeways, San Dimas is central to everything in Southern California. Once the center of the citrus industry, San Dimas has transformed into a balanced city with industrial, commercial and residential living. More and more new tech companies are moving in and creating jobs, the Gold Line rail extension is coming thru and the San Dimas station should open by 2025, and the Bonita Unified School District has excellent school options at every level. Lying just south of its namesake, San Dimas Canyon, the city of San Dimas comprises a variety of neighborhoods and lots of recreational opportunities. Puddingstone Reservoir and Bonelli Park are the largest at 1,700 acres. Also within city bounds are the beautiful San Dimas Canyon Park, Horsethief Canyon Park and San Dimas Canyon Golf Course. Equestrians delight in the 27 miles of riding trails throughout the town, and the rodeo each summer! Hikers and mountain bikers will always be busy exploring the many trails in the foothills and at the city parks.
San Dimas, California is home to the world famous Raging Waters Waterpark, and its other claim to fame is being featured in Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure. The western themed city is efficiently run and the public services are top notch: libraries, parks, and events abound. The weekly farmer’s market near the San Dimas City Hall highlights local growers, chefs and artisans and is a popular family destination. The homes available range widely: from historic craftsman bungalows to newly built homes, multi family housing to townhomes, San Dimas has got it all. San Dimas is surrounded by higher learning institutions like Cal Poly Pomona, University of La Verne, the Claremont Colleges, and Azusa Pacific University. There are many day trip opportunities from San Dimas including Los Angeles Beaches, Orange County Beaches, skiing in Big Bear, summer lake activities at Lake Arrowhead, wineries in Temecula, and so much more.
San Dimas Resources:
City of San Dimas – www.cityofsandimas.com
Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park – www.bonellipark.org
Historic Downtown San Dimas – http://www.cityofsandimas.com/ps.aboutus.cfm?ID=2527
Pacific Railraod Society – www.pacificrailroadsociety.org/index.html
Pacific Railroad Museum – http://www.pacificrailroadsociety.org/PRS_Museum.html
Raging Waters – www.ragingwaters.com
San Dimas Chamber of Commerce – www.sandimaschamber.com
San Dimas Community Hospital – www.sandimashospital.com
San Dimas Historical Society – www.sandimashistorical.org
San Dimas Canyon Nature Center – http://www.sandimascanyonnaturecenter.com/