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235 Apartments for rent in Eastvale, CA

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19 Units Available
Homecoming At Eastvale
5464 W Homecoming Cir, Eastvale, CA
1 Bedroom
$2,424
1103 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,597
1172 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$3,124
1575 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 09:56 PM
Enjoy the convenience of living at Homecoming at Eastvale, with on-site parking, private outdoor space and in-unit laundry. Close to Highway 15, these modern residences provide easy access to wherever you need to be.
1 Unit Available
6753 Black Forest Drive
6753 Black Forest Drive, Eastvale, CA
4 Bedrooms
$3,500
3273 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 04:58 PM
Gorgeous Eastvale family home! This 4 bed, 3 bath home is located in the charming Cloverdale farms neighborhood near Heratage park.
1 Unit Available
6885 Bank Side Drive
6885 Bank Side Dr, Eastvale, CA
4 Bedrooms
$3,050
2842 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 04:58 PM
Nestled in the quiet community of Riverbend-Serenity, one will find this charming 1-story home, full of several upgrades including a fully paid Tesla Solar System. Designer Features Included! Landscaped Front & Back Yards. Ready to Move-In.
1 Unit Available
13365 Cool Meadow Drive
13365 Cool Meadow Drive, Eastvale, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,900
2844 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 04:58 PM
Nice neighborhood in the center of Eastvale, close to parks and shopping center and schools. This Home Boasts 2,844 sqft of Living Space on a Large 7,841 sqft Corner Lot with 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, and a 3 Car Garage.
1 Unit Available
14841 Burrows Way
14841 Burrows Way, Eastvale, CA
4 Bedrooms
$3,300
2960 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 04:58 PM
Almost like Brand new house with 4 bedrooms / 3 bath. fully upgraded throughout. Plantation shutters for every windows and sliding door. Tile floors in entry way, dining room and family room. Standless steel appliance.
1 Unit Available
7055 Village Drive
7055 Village Drive, Eastvale, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
1462 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 04:58 PM
Quiet Gated Community home in the heart of Eastvale. Year built 2012 features 1462 square feet living area, 3 bedrooms, 2 and 1/2 baths, Solar panels on roof, spacious living room and a 2-car epoxy flooring garage.
1 Unit Available
13828 Champion Way
13828 Champion Way, Eastvale, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,850
2926 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 11:43 AM
Beautiful 4 Bedroom, 3 Baths Single Family Home in Eastvale for Lease - For virtual tour, click the link below or cut and paste the link to your web browser: https://www.asteroommls.
1 Unit Available
14142 Fairchild Dr.
14142 Fairchild Drive, Eastvale, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,500
1828 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 11:42 AM
14142 Fairchild Dr. Available 10/01/20 Spacious 4 Bedroom 2 Bath Family Home in Eastvale! Furnished! - This beautiful home will be leased out fully furnished! Furniture seen during showing is subject to change at showing.
1 Unit Available
6680 BLACK HAWK ROAD
6680 Black Hawk Road, Eastvale, CA
5 Bedrooms
$2,850
3505 sqft
Last updated April 10 at 02:17 AM
Pool Home, No HOA, Patio in the front door face South which goes into with high ceilings, Big bright kitchen connect to living room and cozy family room has laminate wood floor. Downstairs, one bedroom and one full bathroom.
1 Unit Available
14166 Bay Circle
14166 Bay Circle, Eastvale, CA
4 Bedrooms
$3,100
3521 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Eastvale Executive Home - 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 3-car garage, pool & spa - A captivating executive home in the quiet and subtle but blossoming city of Eastvale that many are craving for! This home was built and engineered as a meticulous project
1 Unit Available
6033 Rosewood Way
6033 Rosewood Way, Eastvale, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,650
2325 sqft
Last updated February 20 at 07:40 PM
A beautiful single family house in famous community ---The Lodge. This beautiful home of 2,325 square feet of open floor plan features, 4 huge bedrooms, 3 upgraded bathrooms, 2 car garage with his and her's walk in closets.
Results within 1 mile of Eastvale
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29 Units Available
Homecoming at The Preserve
16250 Homecoming Dr, Chino, CA
1 Bedroom
$2,169
830 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,643
1296 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$3,120
1646 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 09:56 PM
1-4 bedroom apartments near Chino Hills State Park. Furnished units available with carpet and patio/balcony. Community garden, conference room, hot tub. Enjoy 24-gym and yoga. Pet-friendly.
1 Unit Available
2729 Bear Creek Pl.
2729 Bear Creek Place, Ontario, CA
Creekside
3 Bedrooms
$2,410
975 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 12:33 PM
This is a cozy 3 bed, 2 bath single family home in the Creek Side neighborhood of Ontario! This community features a playground, swimming pool and walkways.
1 Unit Available
6955 Housatonic Ct
6955 Housatonic Ct, Jurupa Valley, CA
Riverdale Acres
5 Bedrooms
$3,050
3404 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 11:43 AM
Gorgeous 5 Bedrooms, 3 Bath Single Family Home with Solar Panels for Lease - For 3D tour copy and paste this link onto your web browser: https://www.asteroommls.
1 Unit Available
1346 7th St
1346 7th Street, Norco, CA
Norco Farms
2 Bedrooms
$1,595
900 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:37 AM
1346 7th St Available 06/01/20 RARE Norco Cutie!! - Adorable 2 bed 1 bath 1000sqft Norco home. Includes one car garage and new central heating and air. Private back yard- Not horse property. Pets on Brokers Approval.
2 Units Available
3166 S. Hampton Way
3166 Hampton Way, Ontario, CA
Eden Glen
4 Bedrooms
$2,900
1477 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 3166 S. Hampton Way in Ontario. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
12026 Foreshore Way
12026 Foreshore Way, Jurupa Valley, CA
Riverdale Acres
3 Bedrooms
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4 Bedrooms
$2,800
2273 sqft
Last updated March 9 at 09:52 PM
This spacious single story home has a large open floor plan, Built in year 2017.
Results within 5 miles of Eastvale
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2 Units Available
Sycamore Park Apartments
1221 N Vineyard Ave, Ontario, CA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,241
963 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 09:56 PM
Spacious apartments have large walk-in closets. Take advantage of on-site laundry facilities and a 24-hour gym. Located just steps from grocery stores, pubs and restaurants.
Verified
19 Units Available
Camden Landmark
950 N Duesenberg Dr, Ontario, CA
Ontario Center
1 Bedroom
$1,709
810 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,969
1120 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 09:56 PM
This community is upscale living at its finest and offers views of the San Bernardino Mountains. Marketplace at Ontario is right around the corner. Community includes putting green and pool. In-unit fireplaces and washer/dryer hookups.
Verified
14 Units Available
The Reserve at Empire Lakes
11210 4th St, Rancho Cucamonga, CA
1 Bedroom
$1,912
730 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,176
1093 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,809
1380 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 07:41 PM
This property is conveniently located near I-15, I-10 and Ontario Mills Mall. Apartments feature fireplaces and in-unit laundry. Community offers sauna, hot tub, fire pit and 24-hour gym.
Verified
4 Units Available
Vintage
955 N Duesenberg Dr, Ontario, CA
Ontario Center
1 Bedroom
$1,826
768 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,134
1087 sqft
3 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated September 21 at 07:41 PM
Great location close to I-10, I-15 and LA/Ontario airport for long- and short-distance excursions. 1-3 bedroom properties in a garden complex with pool, sauna, BBQ area, playground, basketball court and more.
Verified
5 Units Available
Centre Club Apartments
1005 N Center Ave, Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Southwest Rancho Cucamonga
1 Bedroom
$1,828
746 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,085
1023 sqft
3 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated September 21 at 07:41 PM
Close to shopping, dining and golfing and just minutes from Victoria Gardens Mall, Ontario Speedway and Cucamonga-Guasti Park. On-site features include walk-in closets, in-unit fireplace, pool, hot tub, sauna and tennis and racquetball courts.
Verified
1 Unit Available
The Springs Apartment Homes
650 Ebbcreek Dr, Corona, CA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,851
791 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 06:50 PM
Prime location in Corona off River Road and close to freeways, shopping and dining. Newly remodeled interiors with gorgeous kitchens and central air conditioning. New fitness center and two resort-style swimming pools.
Verified
10 Units Available
Avana Rancho Cucamonga
10400 Arrow Route, Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Studio
$1,613
521 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,659
694 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,941
938 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 06:47 PM
Spacious homes within a laid-back community. Dogs and cats allowed. Tenants get access to a tennis court, media room, and pool. Easy access to I-15. Close to Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park.
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Apartment Rentals in Eastvale start at $2,200/month.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Eastvale. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include California Institute of Technology, Pacific Oaks College, California State University-Fullerton, University of California-Irvine, and University of California-Riverside.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Eastvale. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include California Institute of Technology, Pacific Oaks College, California State University-Fullerton, University of California-Irvine, and University of California-Riverside.
City GuideEastvale
Eastvale is as young as a city gets. It was first incorporated on Oct. 1st, 2010!
Eastvale is as young as a city gets. It was first incorporated on Oct. 1st, 2010!

Eastvale, California is a medium-sized town with an over-sized heart. With a population of just under 54,000 people, you'd expect a more urban feel to this area. Instead, the city has stayed true to itsagriculture anddairy farmroots to retain its small town feel. There is a real sense of community here. The largest mall is the Eastvale Gateway, where you will find the normal array of chain stores and charming kiosks. The community itself hosts several festivals throughout the years as well as concerts, art and music gatherings. The community strives to meet the needs of its residents and pulls it off in style.

Moving to Eastvale

Moving here is a snap. Eastvale is large enough to offer every amenity but still small enough not to go overboard on the documentation to rent a place. You will need proof of income, and letters of reference from past landlords always help. They will run a credit check but it's nothing to sweat. If you have pets, make sure you have documentation from your vet that they are healthy and have the required vaccinations; a reference letter about their character doesn't hurt either!

What it will cost

Well it could be worse. That said, it could also be a whole lot better. Expect to pay somewhere between a shriek and a blood curdling scream. Don't expect to find a nice place for chump change. That isn't going to happen here. If you are lucky and if you don't need a ton of space you might be able to find an all bills paid place but it will be small -- something along the lines of a large closet that they call a studio. On the upside, the weather is great, so you may not even be in your closet, er, home much.

Moving to Eastvale
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Moving here is a snap. Eastvale is large enough to offer every amenity but still small enough not to go overboard on the documentation to rent a place. You will need proof of income, and letters of reference from past landlords always help. They will run a credit check but it's nothing to sweat. If you have pets, make sure you have documentation from your vet that they are healthy and have the required vaccinations; a reference letter about their character doesn't hurt either!

What it will cost

Well it could be worse. That said, it could also be a whole lot better. Expect to pay somewhere between a shriek and a blood curdling scream. Don't expect to find a nice place for chump change. That isn't going to happen here. If you are lucky and if you don't need a ton of space you might be able to find an all bills paid place but it will be small -- something along the lines of a large closet that they call a studio. On the upside, the weather is great, so you may not even be in your closet, er, home much.

Neighborhoods

Sorry to those looking for the kind of neighborhoods you can find in places like Los Angeles, but you simply aren't going to find those here. This is a very young city, technically (only a few years old), and though the history of the area is far older, neighborhoods were never much of an issue because most of the land was, until recently, agricultural.

Eastvale: This area is a nice mix of young upwardly mobile professionals, some families and a few college students. Most of those who live here are upper level executives, doctors and attorney types. There aren't a lot of open rentals here, so if you find one, act quickly. If you snooze, you lose! $$$$$

Wineville: This area has both young executive types as well as older and most established professionals that are midway through their careers and have families. You will find a nice mix of occupations represented here but the majority hail from the healthcare and technology fields. A decent number of vacancies, a bit more than average make this a great place to find a nice rental at a good price. $$$$$

Lucretia: Established professionals as well as some retirees and young families make up the bulk of the people living in Lucretia. It's a nice place with decent commute times but there aren't many open rentals. Bummer. $$$$

Bain: This is a decidedly middle of the road part of Eastvale. It's middle income, middle level executives and middle aged people all live in this area that has about the middle range of vacant rentals for roughly the middle range of rent prices in this community. The apartments are decent sized so you get more space for less money. There is nothing average about that! $$$

Limonite: Lower middle income area with mostly young families just starting out and older folks just finishing up. It's a nice and safe area that is very quiet, friendly and relaxing. It's just a shame that there are almost no vacancies here. If you find one, grab it fast because it's likely to be spacious and the rent far less expensive than most of the other areas. $$

Town Center: This is the most established part of Eastvale (not surprisingly). Many of those living here are retired and living in the family home, or young people starting out on their careers. This is a great place for the recent college graduate to live if they want to save money while living in a spacious apartment in a historic building. There is a decent number of rentals here so finding a place that you really like shouldn't be a problem. $$

Mission: This is a lower income area but there are plenty of vacancies here so if you are looking for a decent apartment for a good rent, this might be just the place for you. Mostly singles and young families here so don't expect it to be quiet until after the kids all go to bed.$

Neighborhoods
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Sorry to those looking for the kind of neighborhoods you can find in places like Los Angeles, but you simply aren't going to find those here. This is a very young city, technically (only a few years old), and though the history of the area is far older, neighborhoods were never much of an issue because most of the land was, until recently, agricultural.

Eastvale: This area is a nice mix of young upwardly mobile professionals, some families and a few college students. Most of those who live here are upper level executives, doctors and attorney types. There aren't a lot of open rentals here, so if you find one, act quickly. If you snooze, you lose! $$$$$

Wineville: This area has both young executive types as well as older and most established professionals that are midway through their careers and have families. You will find a nice mix of occupations represented here but the majority hail from the healthcare and technology fields. A decent number of vacancies, a bit more than average make this a great place to find a nice rental at a good price. $$$$$

Lucretia: Established professionals as well as some retirees and young families make up the bulk of the people living in Lucretia. It's a nice place with decent commute times but there aren't many open rentals. Bummer. $$$$

Bain: This is a decidedly middle of the road part of Eastvale. It's middle income, middle level executives and middle aged people all live in this area that has about the middle range of vacant rentals for roughly the middle range of rent prices in this community. The apartments are decent sized so you get more space for less money. There is nothing average about that! $$$

Limonite: Lower middle income area with mostly young families just starting out and older folks just finishing up. It's a nice and safe area that is very quiet, friendly and relaxing. It's just a shame that there are almost no vacancies here. If you find one, grab it fast because it's likely to be spacious and the rent far less expensive than most of the other areas. $$

Town Center: This is the most established part of Eastvale (not surprisingly). Many of those living here are retired and living in the family home, or young people starting out on their careers. This is a great place for the recent college graduate to live if they want to save money while living in a spacious apartment in a historic building. There is a decent number of rentals here so finding a place that you really like shouldn't be a problem. $$

Mission: This is a lower income area but there are plenty of vacancies here so if you are looking for a decent apartment for a good rent, this might be just the place for you. Mostly singles and young families here so don't expect it to be quiet until after the kids all go to bed.$

Living in Eastvale

Living here is pretty typical of California. It's expensive, it's laid back and the sun is shining. The weather is usually nice and you generally never need snow boots. If you can get around the cost of living here you might find that you really enjoy the place. Eastvale has a number of yearly festivals, street fairs and other community activities. The Art and Music festival is popular with local bands and free concerts along with art displays, kiosks and the usual assortment of fair food. As long as you find your niche, you'll like it here.

Restaurants

You've got to eat, right? So you might as well eat something good. Get started with Pizza Nora on Hamner. Their pepperoni pizza is the best but if you wish to cave to the California pressure, their salads are great too. If you are looking for a great burger and wish to ignore all of the fast food places, and yes they are all here, go to Farmer Boys on Limonite. Their Farmer Burger is very popular and their chili cheese fries are outstanding. To round out the holy trinity of dining establishments, try O'Tasty Chinese restaurant. Their Pepper Steak gets raves and their egg rolls kick some serious butt. You have got to love the name of the place!

If you want a traditional restaurant, someplace to go and relax, try Corky's Kitchen and Bakery. Not only are the bread and pies baked fresh daily, but the portions are huge and the food is great. This is a great place to take your family. Be sure to try their home style platters. Their hand breaded friend chicken and Pot Roast are local favorites. It's also open 24-hours a day so you can stop in anytime.

If you are looking for something a bit different, try Alina's Lebanese Cuisine on Archibald. The hummus makes a wonderful appetizer as does the Cheese Fatayer. The prices are downright cheap for this area and the service is always as good as the food. If you have never tried Middle Eastern food then here is your chance. If you are already a fan then you will be happy to find a great new restaurant to indulge your taste buds.

Nightlife

If you like country music, try the Saddle Sore Saloon on Hamner. The music is good and the place is popular with the relaxed crowd. If you are looking for more action, look a little further down the road for the Maverick Saloon. The best thing you can say about this place is that the drinks are cheap. For the kind of action that involves sports, The Hard Hats Sports Bar might be just what you are looking for in a tavern. Hang out here with friends and watch the game while you snack. The staff is really friendly and seem to enjoy working here.

Shopping

You will be shopping primarily at the grocery stores and the mall. The Eastvale Gateway is the top local shopping spot and should be able to cover your needs. It's huge and not only are all the normal chain places represented but you will also find some cute and quirky local kiosks. Don't get used to them though because they are generally here one day and gone the next. Still, they are fun while they last.

Living in Eastvale
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Living here is pretty typical of California. It's expensive, it's laid back and the sun is shining. The weather is usually nice and you generally never need snow boots. If you can get around the cost of living here you might find that you really enjoy the place. Eastvale has a number of yearly festivals, street fairs and other community activities. The Art and Music festival is popular with local bands and free concerts along with art displays, kiosks and the usual assortment of fair food. As long as you find your niche, you'll like it here.

Restaurants

You've got to eat, right? So you might as well eat something good. Get started with Pizza Nora on Hamner. Their pepperoni pizza is the best but if you wish to cave to the California pressure, their salads are great too. If you are looking for a great burger and wish to ignore all of the fast food places, and yes they are all here, go to Farmer Boys on Limonite. Their Farmer Burger is very popular and their chili cheese fries are outstanding. To round out the holy trinity of dining establishments, try O'Tasty Chinese restaurant. Their Pepper Steak gets raves and their egg rolls kick some serious butt. You have got to love the name of the place!

If you want a traditional restaurant, someplace to go and relax, try Corky's Kitchen and Bakery. Not only are the bread and pies baked fresh daily, but the portions are huge and the food is great. This is a great place to take your family. Be sure to try their home style platters. Their hand breaded friend chicken and Pot Roast are local favorites. It's also open 24-hours a day so you can stop in anytime.

If you are looking for something a bit different, try Alina's Lebanese Cuisine on Archibald. The hummus makes a wonderful appetizer as does the Cheese Fatayer. The prices are downright cheap for this area and the service is always as good as the food. If you have never tried Middle Eastern food then here is your chance. If you are already a fan then you will be happy to find a great new restaurant to indulge your taste buds.

Nightlife

If you like country music, try the Saddle Sore Saloon on Hamner. The music is good and the place is popular with the relaxed crowd. If you are looking for more action, look a little further down the road for the Maverick Saloon. The best thing you can say about this place is that the drinks are cheap. For the kind of action that involves sports, The Hard Hats Sports Bar might be just what you are looking for in a tavern. Hang out here with friends and watch the game while you snack. The staff is really friendly and seem to enjoy working here.

Shopping

You will be shopping primarily at the grocery stores and the mall. The Eastvale Gateway is the top local shopping spot and should be able to cover your needs. It's huge and not only are all the normal chain places represented but you will also find some cute and quirky local kiosks. Don't get used to them though because they are generally here one day and gone the next. Still, they are fun while they last.

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City GuideEastvale
Eastvale is as young as a city gets. It was first incorporated on Oct. 1st, 2010!
Eastvale is as young as a city gets. It was first incorporated on Oct. 1st, 2010!

Eastvale, California is a medium-sized town with an over-sized heart. With a population of just under 54,000 people, you'd expect a more urban feel to this area. Instead, the city has stayed true to itsagriculture anddairy farmroots to retain its small town feel. There is a real sense of community here. The largest mall is the Eastvale Gateway, where you will find the normal array of chain stores and charming kiosks. The community itself hosts several festivals throughout the years as well as concerts, art and music gatherings. The community strives to meet the needs of its residents and pulls it off in style.

Moving to Eastvale

Moving here is a snap. Eastvale is large enough to offer every amenity but still small enough not to go overboard on the documentation to rent a place. You will need proof of income, and letters of reference from past landlords always help. They will run a credit check but it's nothing to sweat. If you have pets, make sure you have documentation from your vet that they are healthy and have the required vaccinations; a reference letter about their character doesn't hurt either!

What it will cost

Well it could be worse. That said, it could also be a whole lot better. Expect to pay somewhere between a shriek and a blood curdling scream. Don't expect to find a nice place for chump change. That isn't going to happen here. If you are lucky and if you don't need a ton of space you might be able to find an all bills paid place but it will be small -- something along the lines of a large closet that they call a studio. On the upside, the weather is great, so you may not even be in your closet, er, home much.

Moving to Eastvale
+

Moving here is a snap. Eastvale is large enough to offer every amenity but still small enough not to go overboard on the documentation to rent a place. You will need proof of income, and letters of reference from past landlords always help. They will run a credit check but it's nothing to sweat. If you have pets, make sure you have documentation from your vet that they are healthy and have the required vaccinations; a reference letter about their character doesn't hurt either!

What it will cost

Well it could be worse. That said, it could also be a whole lot better. Expect to pay somewhere between a shriek and a blood curdling scream. Don't expect to find a nice place for chump change. That isn't going to happen here. If you are lucky and if you don't need a ton of space you might be able to find an all bills paid place but it will be small -- something along the lines of a large closet that they call a studio. On the upside, the weather is great, so you may not even be in your closet, er, home much.

Neighborhoods

Sorry to those looking for the kind of neighborhoods you can find in places like Los Angeles, but you simply aren't going to find those here. This is a very young city, technically (only a few years old), and though the history of the area is far older, neighborhoods were never much of an issue because most of the land was, until recently, agricultural.

Eastvale: This area is a nice mix of young upwardly mobile professionals, some families and a few college students. Most of those who live here are upper level executives, doctors and attorney types. There aren't a lot of open rentals here, so if you find one, act quickly. If you snooze, you lose! $$$$$

Wineville: This area has both young executive types as well as older and most established professionals that are midway through their careers and have families. You will find a nice mix of occupations represented here but the majority hail from the healthcare and technology fields. A decent number of vacancies, a bit more than average make this a great place to find a nice rental at a good price. $$$$$

Lucretia: Established professionals as well as some retirees and young families make up the bulk of the people living in Lucretia. It's a nice place with decent commute times but there aren't many open rentals. Bummer. $$$$

Bain: This is a decidedly middle of the road part of Eastvale. It's middle income, middle level executives and middle aged people all live in this area that has about the middle range of vacant rentals for roughly the middle range of rent prices in this community. The apartments are decent sized so you get more space for less money. There is nothing average about that! $$$

Limonite: Lower middle income area with mostly young families just starting out and older folks just finishing up. It's a nice and safe area that is very quiet, friendly and relaxing. It's just a shame that there are almost no vacancies here. If you find one, grab it fast because it's likely to be spacious and the rent far less expensive than most of the other areas. $$

Town Center: This is the most established part of Eastvale (not surprisingly). Many of those living here are retired and living in the family home, or young people starting out on their careers. This is a great place for the recent college graduate to live if they want to save money while living in a spacious apartment in a historic building. There is a decent number of rentals here so finding a place that you really like shouldn't be a problem. $$

Mission: This is a lower income area but there are plenty of vacancies here so if you are looking for a decent apartment for a good rent, this might be just the place for you. Mostly singles and young families here so don't expect it to be quiet until after the kids all go to bed.$

Neighborhoods
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Sorry to those looking for the kind of neighborhoods you can find in places like Los Angeles, but you simply aren't going to find those here. This is a very young city, technically (only a few years old), and though the history of the area is far older, neighborhoods were never much of an issue because most of the land was, until recently, agricultural.

Eastvale: This area is a nice mix of young upwardly mobile professionals, some families and a few college students. Most of those who live here are upper level executives, doctors and attorney types. There aren't a lot of open rentals here, so if you find one, act quickly. If you snooze, you lose! $$$$$

Wineville: This area has both young executive types as well as older and most established professionals that are midway through their careers and have families. You will find a nice mix of occupations represented here but the majority hail from the healthcare and technology fields. A decent number of vacancies, a bit more than average make this a great place to find a nice rental at a good price. $$$$$

Lucretia: Established professionals as well as some retirees and young families make up the bulk of the people living in Lucretia. It's a nice place with decent commute times but there aren't many open rentals. Bummer. $$$$

Bain: This is a decidedly middle of the road part of Eastvale. It's middle income, middle level executives and middle aged people all live in this area that has about the middle range of vacant rentals for roughly the middle range of rent prices in this community. The apartments are decent sized so you get more space for less money. There is nothing average about that! $$$

Limonite: Lower middle income area with mostly young families just starting out and older folks just finishing up. It's a nice and safe area that is very quiet, friendly and relaxing. It's just a shame that there are almost no vacancies here. If you find one, grab it fast because it's likely to be spacious and the rent far less expensive than most of the other areas. $$

Town Center: This is the most established part of Eastvale (not surprisingly). Many of those living here are retired and living in the family home, or young people starting out on their careers. This is a great place for the recent college graduate to live if they want to save money while living in a spacious apartment in a historic building. There is a decent number of rentals here so finding a place that you really like shouldn't be a problem. $$

Mission: This is a lower income area but there are plenty of vacancies here so if you are looking for a decent apartment for a good rent, this might be just the place for you. Mostly singles and young families here so don't expect it to be quiet until after the kids all go to bed.$

Living in Eastvale

Living here is pretty typical of California. It's expensive, it's laid back and the sun is shining. The weather is usually nice and you generally never need snow boots. If you can get around the cost of living here you might find that you really enjoy the place. Eastvale has a number of yearly festivals, street fairs and other community activities. The Art and Music festival is popular with local bands and free concerts along with art displays, kiosks and the usual assortment of fair food. As long as you find your niche, you'll like it here.

Restaurants

You've got to eat, right? So you might as well eat something good. Get started with Pizza Nora on Hamner. Their pepperoni pizza is the best but if you wish to cave to the California pressure, their salads are great too. If you are looking for a great burger and wish to ignore all of the fast food places, and yes they are all here, go to Farmer Boys on Limonite. Their Farmer Burger is very popular and their chili cheese fries are outstanding. To round out the holy trinity of dining establishments, try O'Tasty Chinese restaurant. Their Pepper Steak gets raves and their egg rolls kick some serious butt. You have got to love the name of the place!

If you want a traditional restaurant, someplace to go and relax, try Corky's Kitchen and Bakery. Not only are the bread and pies baked fresh daily, but the portions are huge and the food is great. This is a great place to take your family. Be sure to try their home style platters. Their hand breaded friend chicken and Pot Roast are local favorites. It's also open 24-hours a day so you can stop in anytime.

If you are looking for something a bit different, try Alina's Lebanese Cuisine on Archibald. The hummus makes a wonderful appetizer as does the Cheese Fatayer. The prices are downright cheap for this area and the service is always as good as the food. If you have never tried Middle Eastern food then here is your chance. If you are already a fan then you will be happy to find a great new restaurant to indulge your taste buds.

Nightlife

If you like country music, try the Saddle Sore Saloon on Hamner. The music is good and the place is popular with the relaxed crowd. If you are looking for more action, look a little further down the road for the Maverick Saloon. The best thing you can say about this place is that the drinks are cheap. For the kind of action that involves sports, The Hard Hats Sports Bar might be just what you are looking for in a tavern. Hang out here with friends and watch the game while you snack. The staff is really friendly and seem to enjoy working here.

Shopping

You will be shopping primarily at the grocery stores and the mall. The Eastvale Gateway is the top local shopping spot and should be able to cover your needs. It's huge and not only are all the normal chain places represented but you will also find some cute and quirky local kiosks. Don't get used to them though because they are generally here one day and gone the next. Still, they are fun while they last.

Living in Eastvale
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Living here is pretty typical of California. It's expensive, it's laid back and the sun is shining. The weather is usually nice and you generally never need snow boots. If you can get around the cost of living here you might find that you really enjoy the place. Eastvale has a number of yearly festivals, street fairs and other community activities. The Art and Music festival is popular with local bands and free concerts along with art displays, kiosks and the usual assortment of fair food. As long as you find your niche, you'll like it here.

Restaurants

You've got to eat, right? So you might as well eat something good. Get started with Pizza Nora on Hamner. Their pepperoni pizza is the best but if you wish to cave to the California pressure, their salads are great too. If you are looking for a great burger and wish to ignore all of the fast food places, and yes they are all here, go to Farmer Boys on Limonite. Their Farmer Burger is very popular and their chili cheese fries are outstanding. To round out the holy trinity of dining establishments, try O'Tasty Chinese restaurant. Their Pepper Steak gets raves and their egg rolls kick some serious butt. You have got to love the name of the place!

If you want a traditional restaurant, someplace to go and relax, try Corky's Kitchen and Bakery. Not only are the bread and pies baked fresh daily, but the portions are huge and the food is great. This is a great place to take your family. Be sure to try their home style platters. Their hand breaded friend chicken and Pot Roast are local favorites. It's also open 24-hours a day so you can stop in anytime.

If you are looking for something a bit different, try Alina's Lebanese Cuisine on Archibald. The hummus makes a wonderful appetizer as does the Cheese Fatayer. The prices are downright cheap for this area and the service is always as good as the food. If you have never tried Middle Eastern food then here is your chance. If you are already a fan then you will be happy to find a great new restaurant to indulge your taste buds.

Nightlife

If you like country music, try the Saddle Sore Saloon on Hamner. The music is good and the place is popular with the relaxed crowd. If you are looking for more action, look a little further down the road for the Maverick Saloon. The best thing you can say about this place is that the drinks are cheap. For the kind of action that involves sports, The Hard Hats Sports Bar might be just what you are looking for in a tavern. Hang out here with friends and watch the game while you snack. The staff is really friendly and seem to enjoy working here.

Shopping

You will be shopping primarily at the grocery stores and the mall. The Eastvale Gateway is the top local shopping spot and should be able to cover your needs. It's huge and not only are all the normal chain places represented but you will also find some cute and quirky local kiosks. Don't get used to them though because they are generally here one day and gone the next. Still, they are fun while they last.