Key findings

  • Glendora has a Livability Score of 71/100, which is considered excellent
  • Glendora crime rates are 2% lower than the California average
  • Cost of living in Glendora is 4% higher than the California average
  • Glendora real estate prices are 18% higher than the California average
  • Rental prices in Glendora are 13% higher than the California average

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      Top Rated Schools in Glendora

      Name Grades Students Proficiency
      Goddard Middle6 - 8909n/a
      Willow Elementary SchoolKG - 6382n/a
      Glendora High9 - 122,532n/a
      Washington Elementary SchoolKG - 6444n/a
      Williams Educational CenterM - Mn/an/a
      Sutherland Elementary SchoolKG - 5556n/a
      Bridges Community Day7 - 126n/a
      Stanton Elementary SchoolKG - 5571n/a
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      Glendora Reviews

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      Horrible place to live
      Glendora has to be the fakest city I've ever seen at used to be a small quiet town that cared about the community now it's all about money and parking tickets there are no signs in Glendora at all besides one added on Glendora has to be the fakest city I've ever seen at used to be a small quiet town that cared about the community now it's all about money and parking tickets there are no No parking overnight signs in Glendora besides the one off the offramp on the 210 freeway Glendora has predatory law enforcement and parking enforcement Glendora They are illegally baiting people to park their car anywhere so they can write a $51 ticket you cannot even park in front of your own house apparently Glendora thinks it is an HOA They're also allowing new apartment and condo complex is to be Built-in this once beautiful town now packed with criminals homeless people and riff raff the new gold line metro is bringing homeless people and drug addicts from other cities in to Glendora If you are looking for a nice place to live past this place and go to miro via or liver and it's way nicer more stuff to do Glendora is boring and full of racist white people the cops here are boy scouts And will do anything anything they can to make A buck for the city And the b******* f***** security guard sergeant hunter is Is getting paid extra to get as many cars as he can't in one night I am sure Glendora polls in anywhere from 500 to $1000 a night and parking citations b******* parking citations if you're visiting Glendora you have no way to know where you can cannot park at all And then they take that money and throw b******* parades that nobody gives a s*** about except for over conservative racist white people
      1 -14
      Warm Welcome From Glendora, California
      I have lived in Glendora, California for over 5 years now and I have nothing but positive things to say about the city. The weather always permits for families to plan for outdoor activities. The parks are what really set this city apart from other that I have lived in. They offer great playgrounds for the kids, ponds for avid fishers, and walk ways for those who like to jog. These parks are located throughout the community, and it really lets you take advantage of the great weather conditions.

      Another aspect of Glendora, California that has been a positive in my life is the community. People here are caring and they take the time out of their day to see how others are doing. They have a sense of inner connectivity that is not present in previous cities that I have lived in. People here are very friendly and don't ignore you as you pass. The neighbors will take the time out of their take and strike up a conversation with you, which is very refreshing becomes it makes you feel that much more welcome to the community.

      There are many quality restaurants as well in Glendora that I haven't found anywhere else. One of the best places to eat that I have found is Hana Haru Japanese Restaurant. This restaurant is one of a kind and the atmosphere is unlike anything that I have ever experienced. The food is prepared by professional chefs that make a show out of cooking your food. They even cook it right in front of you as a form of entertainment. Another restaurant that is top notch is Village Eatery. This has a more home style cooking feel to it, which makes you feel warm and welcome.

      The only negatives I have to say about Glendora is the amount of traffic. There is always an abundance of traffic wherever you go, which is natural for cities located in California. The drivers are a bit hectic as well, but isn't something to worry about if you are a cautious driver. I would recommend Glendora to any visitor looking for a warm knit community in the state of California.
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      Source: The Glendora, CA data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).