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Frequently Asked Questions

When were prices and availability in Upland, CA last updated?

Prices and availability in Upland, CA were last updated on 22 Oct 2021.

What are the best apartments in Upland, CA?

The best apartments in Upland, CA are: Stoneridge Apartment Homes, Park Central, Foothill Ridge, Alta Upland and Mountain Crest Apartments.

What is the price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Upland, CA?

The price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Upland, CA is between $1,725 and $3,835. Browse all available 1-bedroom apartments in Upland, CA now.

What is the price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Upland, CA?

The price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Upland, CA is between $1,725 and $4,585. Browse and find a 2-bedroom apartment in Upland, CA.

What is the price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Upland, CA?

The price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Upland, CA is between $2,180 and $3,399. Browse all available 3-bedroom apartments in Upland, CA.

Renter’s Guide to Upland, CA

Upland is a smaller suburban city that's situated at the base of the beautiful San Gabriel Mountains in the southwest region of California. Consistently ranked among the top suburbs of vast San Bernardino County, it's a superb place for both individuals and families to live, work, play, and rent!

Upland is considered a northern suburb of Ontario, California and sits under 5 miles from Ontario's city center. Covering only 16 sq. miles of a big 20,000 sq. mile county, a few of the bordering communities are Claremont and Rancho Cucamonga. Plus, the big city of LA is less than 40 miles away heading directly west down Highway 110.

The weather in Upland is typical for the southwest United States. While it might get a bit warm during the summer months, most of the other months are quite pleasant. Throughout the year temperatures usually range from 50°F to 95°F. Either way, the barometer rarely goes below 40°F or above 99°F. And the sun shines here an average of 250 days per year!

Upland, CA Demographics

  • Total Population76,596
  • Female 36,651
    Male 39,945
  • Median Age38.3

Cost of Living in Upland, CA

The cost of living in Upland is average for California but it's also slightly above average for the U.S. This is mainly due to higher housing prices, but basic utilities for a one-bedroom rental in Upland are approximately $120 per month. That amount includes electricity along with water and garbage service for a one-bedroom rental in Upland. Also, a meal for one person in a mid-range restaurant will range from $15 to $20, and a medium cappuccino costs around $4.50.

There is public transportation in Upland and the average commute for residents is 30 minutes. Metrolink trains run regularly with fares starting at $1.75 for one-way local transport and monthly passes can be purchased beginning at $55. Omnitrans buses also run throughout the San Bernardino Valley and fares start at $2 for local rides. Special deals and discounts are available for seniors, disabled people, Medicare recipients, and kids. Plus, a Mobile Tickets app is available for easily purchasing tickets.

Living in Upland, CA

There are many great aspects to living in Upland, from the scenery and weather, to the residents and neighborhoods. The city also regularly receives an A+ in the amenities department and basically everything is conveniently accessible with shopping options almost everywhere. Another plus to living here is being near the Ontario International Airport, which is less than 15 minutes away by car.

If any downsides can be found living in Upland, it might be the cost of certain things. For instance, housing costs are quite a bit higher that the national average, which you will realize whether buying or renting in Upland. A couple of other cons could be the summer heat and/or the commute, which can be kind of long if you work outside the immediate area.

Things to do in Upland, CA

Thanks to the location and enjoyable year-round weather, there are always plenty of things to do in Upland. A few of the popular spots here include The Grove Theatre where movies and live shows are featured, and Boomers is a fun place for people of all ages with mini-golf, go-karts, bumper boats, and other activities. Also, the historic downtown in the Old Magnolia District contains shops, restaurants, and more.

There are also many outdoor activities in Upland that can usually be enjoyed all year long, whether hiking, biking, or simply walking in a park. In fact, you'll find more than 10 parks in Upland and some of them are Magnolia, Cabrillo, Greenbelt, and San Antonio. Furthermore, the remarkable Rancho Santa Ana botanic gardens are only a 14-minute drive from Upland.

Employment & Economy in Upland, CA

There is a wide-range of job opportunities in Upland and the surrounding region.

In fact, the city has seen its job market increase by 2.3% over the past year and presently has an unemployment rate of 3.3%, which is below the U.S. average. Among the main industries in the area are Healthcare, Social Assistance, Manufacturing, and Education. Moreover, a few of the main employers for Upland residents are the Unified School District and San Antonio Community Hospital.

The city of Upland employs a good number of people and so does Wal-Mart. Some of the highest paying jobs in the Upland area are Utilities and Public Administration along with Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services including Architecture, Computing, & Engineering. This is also a good region for outdoor jobs in construction, agriculture, or recreation. Furthermore, many other opportunities can be found in neighboring cities/suburbs.

Upland, CA Households

  • Total Number of Households26,951
  • Family 19,135
    Non-family 7,816
  • Children 8,488
    No Children 18,463
  • Average People Per Household2.82
  • Median Household Income$72,782
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,590

Education in Upland, CA

There are 14 public schools in Upland providing education for grades k through 12. More precisely, the Upland Unified School District consists of one pre-school, ten elementary schools, two junior highs, one high school, one alternative, and one adult education school. In fact, the district is one of the highest-achieving school districts in San Bernardino County!

You'll also find private schools in Upland and among them are the Montessori Academy and Western Christian High School. For higher education in Upland, there aren't really many options within the city itself but there are actually 149 colleges within 100 miles of here. The closest one is Claremont McKenna College and it's 2.9 miles from Upland center. Plus, the nearest community facility is Chaffey College at 5 miles away.

Upland, CA Education Statistics

Tips for Renting in Upland, CA

There is a good selection of rentals in Upland ranging from studio units to whole houses. Of course knowing what you're looking for will help to quickly narrow down your options. Also, when checking out rentals in Upland, it's best to see places in-person and not just online. Though virtual tours can be convenient, they don't always provide a clear view of the unit/property and its overall condition.

Lastly, when renting in Upland or anywhere in the U.S., it's advisable to review your rights as a renter before entering into an agreement or signing any lease. Landlord and tenant laws will sometimes differ from state-to-state. Therefore, learning a little bit about the 'rules and regulations' in this region will help ensure that you're a lot more prepared to rent in Upland!

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