Rancho sucks these days ive lived here 20 years but now you cant even go to costco without seeing all the illegal s eating in the food court. All of our parks are full also mostly a spill over from Fontana. But now with the huge spanish speaking population its basically fontana. If you want to buy a house steer clear of this area unless you speak spanish or can afford to live in gated areas.
I first visited Rancho Cucamonga, CA 7 years ago during a family get-together. Now, I can say that I have been a resident of Rancho Cucamonga for the last 5 years and thanks to the quality of life it offers its residents, I definitely have no intention to leave.
Rancho Cucamonga has everything a big city can offer but with the comforts of a smaller city and the pros of one as well. We do not have the traffic or the crime rate but we sure do have the nightlife, bars, restaurants and location. Our bars and restaurants range from local karaoke spots like Rock the Keys, to big chain well-known places like The Yard House. We are also just a short drive from the beach and the mountains as well as less than an hour away from Los Angeles and Orange County.
Rancho Cucamonga really has transformed, once there were fields and dirt, and now we have places where residents can go to enjoy themselves. That includes the Cultural Center and the many activities that can be done at the Victoria Gardens Mall. Rancho Cucamonga's focus has been to attract visitors and turn them into residents; so far, they are doing a great job.