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Serviced by the Omnitrans bus service, residents of Rancho Cucamonga can easily access areas such as Montclair, Upland, and San Bernardino via bus. Bordered on the east by Interstate 15 and intersected by both Highway 210 and the historic Route 66, many residents of the area choose to drive, especially as downtown LA is still 40 miles west.
Similar to the rest of the greater LA area, Rancho Cucamonga enjoys an abundance of sunshine with limited rain - primarily during the late months of the year. Peak temperatures are typically experienced in August, where the monthly average temperature is about 78 degrees.
Nearly completely residential, Alta Loma (like much of Rancho Cucamonga) was formerly dedicated to citrus groves and grape vineyards - which is still evident as many residents still maintain orange or lemon trees in their yards.
Home to Holland's Solamonte apartments, Rochester is located in the southeast corner of Rancho Cucamonga along the interstate 15 corridor. With the San Bernardino train line running directly through it, Rochester is a top choice for public commuters. Rochester is home to the Adults Sports Park and local minor league team, the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.
Just west of Rochester, and ironically south of much of Rancho Cucamonga lies North Cucamonga. This neighborhood is home the Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park and also lies along the San Bernardino train line - which provides a significant convenience for residence.
As the easternmost portion of Rancho Cucamonga, Etiwanda was incorporated into the city proper in 1977. Bordered by Interstate 15 to the east, Etiwanda was first developed by the Chaffey brothers in 1881 and was named for a Native American tribe who lived on the shores of Lake Michigan. Etiwanda is also home to The Angelica apartments by Holland. Neighborhood residents frequently visit the North Etiwanda Preserve through the Etiwanda Falls trailhead.