Quick Facts 

  • Largest county in the U.S. - 20,160 square miles
  • Local market of 22 million people
  • One of the fastest-growing metro areas in the nation
  • The County begins about 30 miles east of Downtown Los Angeles and stretches to the Arizona and Nevada borders 
  • It includes deserts, mountains, and arid valleys
  • On average, there are 340 days of sunshine during the year
  • 2.1 million residents makes the County the 12th largest county in the U.S. in terms of population
  • Average household size - 3.27
  • Median household income - $53,848 (2014 projection - $57,297)
  • Average household income - $65,652 (2014 projection - $67,799)
  • LA/Ontario International Airport (ONT) is a medium-hub, full-service airport with commercial passenger service to major U.S. cities and Mexico
  • Four national parks/preserve/forests
  • Home to Big Bear Lake & Lake Arrowhead
  • Six major ski resorts
  • Access to Colorado River, Park Moabi
  • Nine large regional parks
  • Home to Auto Club Speedway – NASCAR and Open-wheel racing at its best
  • Sports teams include Ontario Reign ice hockey team
  • 250 miles of uninterrupted Route 66 (Needles to Rancho Cucamonga)
  • Bagdad Cafe, Easy Rider, Grapes of Wrath and the iconic show Route 66 were all filmed near or along our section of the Mother Road…Route 66