Eastvale, California is a burgeoning new city in northwestern Riverside County with a strong sense of community and an eye on the future. Incorporated in 2010, it is one of the fastest growing cities in the State of California, with a current population of over 63,000. Eastvale is bordered on the north by Ontario, on the south by Norco and Corona, on the east by Chino, and on the west by Jurupa Valley. It gets its name from the East Vale school district, which was on the record when Riverside County was created in 1853.
Eastvale was predominantly agricultural until the late 1990s, with many dairy farms dotting the landscape. However, an influx of people from neighboring Los Angeles and Orange counties fueled a burst of housing development that has turned Eastvale into a thriving community with many attractive amenities. Eastvale residents are very proud of the many beautiful parks in the city, which include American Heroes Park, Cedar Creek Park, and Dairyland Park. The Eastvale Community Center is an impressive new facility that offers many services to the community, including classes, basketball courts, a gymnasium, and a banquet room.
Eastvale is now part of the Corona-Norco Unified School District, and the City of Eastvale has five elementary schools, two intermediate schools, and one high school, the beautiful Eleanor Roosevelt High School, which makes the U.S. News and World Report list of Best High Schools.
There are a number of annual events that have become a part the city’s tradition, evincing the strong sense of community pride, including Picnic in the Park, a three-day event that takes place every summer, the Fall Festival in October, and the Winter Wonderland and Tree Lighting Ceremony in December.
Dollar Self Storage is proud to be a part of this vibrant community, and invites the residents of Eastvale to tour the new Dollar Self Storage facility conveniently located at 11110 Limonite Avenue.