It is located in San Bernardino in California at the foothills just south of the San Gabriel Mountains and of the Angeles National Forest. The city’s seal, which centers a cluster of grapes, is laud to the city’s long-time history of being an agricultural area, which also includes wine-making. Its economy has centered in agriculture, particularly in loves, citrus fruits, and peaches, aside from its sprawling vineyards. The majority of the city’s land area has been devoted to developing into residential areas, and Rancho Cucamonga maintains to be a center for the logistics industry in the southern part of the state. The city is located on a site that is known for its magnificent scenery, which is perfect for nature lovers.

Population 171,386  (32.70%)

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