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Renter’s Guide to Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Rancho Cucamonga, CA is an exceptional suburban city located just south of the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. Once famed for its wine-making tradition, the city has over the years, attracted several big corporations, transforming it from an agricultural area into a modern business hub. Well known as a well-to-do city, it was ranked 42nd best place to live according to Money Magazine. It’s a classic suburb, great for individuals and families alike to live, work, and play!

Rancho Cucamonga is about 43 miles east of downtown LA, which can be easily accessed via the San Bernardino Freeway. Interstate 15 passes through the city, and you can take it south to San Diego (115 miles away) or north to Las Vegas (230 miles away).

This is a healthy sized city that covers nearly 40 sq. miles and is bordered by other nice suburbs including Fontana and Ontario. Aside from the pleasant scenery here, you'll see unique planned communities along with award-winning architecture. Plus, the weather is noteworthy as well, with summers being quite warm and sunny, while winters can be long and kind of cool. Over the course of the year, the temp usually ranges from 43°F to 94°F, yet rarely goes below 40°F or above 100°F.

Rancho Cucamonga, CA Demographics

  • Total Population174,573
  • Female 87,057
    Male 87,516
  • Median Age35.5

Cost of Living in Rancho Cucamonga, CA

The cost of living in Rancho Cucamonga is slightly higher than the state and national average. However, this is mostly due to the housing market, as other basic expenses like utilities and transportation are around average for California.

Public transport links to downtown LA are served by Metrolink Trains, with a regular service running directly from Rancho Cucamonga to Union Station. A one way ticket costs $8, a weekend pass $10, a 7-day pass $56.00, and a monthly pass $224. Local bus services are provided by Omnitrans, with a one-way fare costing $1.75, a day pass $5, a 7-day pass $18, and a 31-day pass $55.

If you plan to use a private vehicle, you can expect to pay $3.43 per gallon of gasoline, while taxis typically start at $3.50, plus $3.38 per mile. A meal in an inexpensive restaurant normally costs $15, while a 3-course meal for 2 will generally cost $45 at a mid-range restaurant. A beer to wash it down will be $5.85 a pint, while you can expect to pay around $4 for a regular cappuccino.

Basic monthly utilities should be no more than $183 per month for a typical 915 sq. ft. apartment, while an internet connection will be an extra $61.25 each month.

Average Rent in Rancho Cucamonga, CA

  • Rancho Cucamonga, CA Average Rental Price, December 2019 $1,878 /mo

    Rancho Cucamonga, CA Apartment Rent Ranges

    • $1,001-$1,50013%
    • $1,501-$2,00055%
    • > $2,00032%

    Rancho Cucamonga, CA Rent Trends

    Average Rent Nov / 2016 Mar / 2017 Jul / 2017 Nov / 2017 Mar / 2018 Jul / 2018 Nov / 2018 Mar / 2019 Jul / 2019 Nov / 2019 Dec / 2019
    Rancho Cucamonga, CA $1,694 $1,695 $1,745 $1,746 $1,769 $1,838 $1,843 $1,862 $1,904 $1,873 $1,878
    National $1,354 $1,350 $1,382 $1,385 $1,388 $1,423 $1,431 $1,434 $1,469 $1,473 $1,474
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    Average rent is projected to grow by 5% in 2019 compared to 2018.

    Please note that projected rent growth is calculated at city level.

    Check out the average rent prices in Rancho Cucamonga by neighborhood.

    Living in Rancho Cucamonga, CA

    This wealthy area offers a true slice of suburbia, leaving the hustle and bustle of the city behind, and replacing it with stunning views, and a quieter way of life. There are plenty of places nearby to enjoy the great outdoors, with hiking routes into the nearby mountains taking in sights such as waterfalls and gorges. Within the city limits itself, streets are clean and safe, and the area enjoys low crime rates.

    Some residents find that the dry heat can be difficult to cope with in the height of summer, and the occasional high winds from the mountains can be uncomfortable. As a typical suburb, it can be lacking in nightlife and things to do, focusing more on housing than culture.

    Things to Do in Rancho Cucamonga, CA

    While there are plenty of natural sights just outside of town, Rancho Cucamonga is also home to many city and neighborhood parks. Central Park is the largest public park, and features playgrounds, walking paths, a large open grassy area that’s great for dogs and sports. Church Street park offers more in the way of sports facilities, with areas for basketball, softball, soccer, and football, as well as picnic areas, BBQs, and a children’s play area.

    For all your shopping needs, head to the ever popular Victoria Gardens Open Air shopping mall. Home to well-known brands and local boutiques alike, you can find anything from the latest fashion trends, to groceries, toys, and local crafts. There’s also a food court, featuring a wide variety of cuisines to choose from, and a movie theater so you can catch up with the latest blockbusters.

    The Joseph Filippi Winery is a 4th generation winery that’s been operating for the past 90 years. A visit to their estate includes exploring the impressive vineyards, touring the winery itself, and relaxing in the tasting room, where you can sample their various blends, including the decadent port.

    Take in a little history and discover the fascinating story of Rancho Cucamonga, with a visit to John Rain’s house. This historic gem dates back to 1861 and is filled with memorabilia from the period. Tours are offered, explaining all you need to know about the man who bought the original ranch, as well as the history of the house and its belongings.

    Employment & Economy in Rancho Cucamonga, CA

    Rancho Cucamonga is among the wealthier cities in Inland Empire, and indeed the State of California. The median household income is $83,736, well above national and state averages. The most common industry in the city is health care and social assistance, a figure reflected by the city’s top employer, the Inland Empire Health Plan. Educational services, retail trade, and manufacturing are also common.

    The three most common occupations held by residents of Rancho Cucamonga are in office and admin support roles, management positions, and sales occupations. Residents in architecture and engineering occupations are the highest paid. Compared to other areas of the U.S., there’s a high number of people employed as law enforcement workers (including supervisors), and firefighting and prevention personnel.

    Rancho Cucamonga, CA Households

    • Total Number of Households55,870
    • Family 41,969
      Non-family 13,901
    • Children 21,914
      No Children 33,956
    • Average People Per Household3.07
    • Median Household Income$83,736
    • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,816

    Education in Rancho Cucamonga, CA

    Five different school districts serve Rancho Cucamonga: Chaffey Joint Union High School District, Etiwanda Elementary School District, Central Elementary School District, Cucamonga Elementary School District, and Alta Loma School District. The city is home to 13 public schools, and more than 40 private schools.

    The top-rated high schools are Los Osos High School and Rancho Cucamonga High School, both ranking far above average in terms of both testing, and college and career readiness. Both are also within the top 150 public high schools in California, with Rancho Cucamonga High ranked at 128, and Los Osos at 142. Cucamonga Middle School and Terra Vista Elementary School are the city’s top-rated middle and elementary schools.

    The Chaffey College is also located in Rancho Cucamonga, which offers a variety of associate degrees and occupational certificates in subjects ranging from business and applied technology to language arts, and mathematics.

    Rancho Cucamonga, CA Education Statistics

    • No High School3%
    • Some High School26%
    • Some College31%
    • Associate Degree10%
    • Bachelor Degree19%
    • Graduate Degree11%

    Tips for Renting in Rancho Cucamonga, CA

    Many who have visited Rancho Cucamonga are drawn back time and again by the sunny weather, stunning mountain views, and the clean, safe environment. Depending on where you’re moving from, the cost of living might be higher or lower. Those moving from within California, can expect the cost of living to drop by an average of 5.6%, making this affluent area surprisingly affordable. However, it’s worth bearing in mind that the cost of living is around 24% higher than the national average.

    There are around 30 neighborhoods within the city, with the most expensive homes typically on Hillside Road, East Avenue, and Banyan Street. However, one of the more affordable areas, with arguably the best views of the mountains, is the district of Alta Loma. A safe and clean environment, great schools and great job opportunities (unemployment is a full point lower than the national average), make Rancho Cucamonga ideal for families looking for a more peaceful life.

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