With the rising cost of living in Southern California cities (and the crazy traffic in downtown Los Angeles), more millennials are trading their apartment lifestyles for a home to call their own. Yes, it’s true. Generation Y is finally growing up — and there’s no better place to do so than in Chino Hills. Here’s why.
1.Meet me Halfway…
Just one hour from downtown Los Angeles and one hour from Orange County, Chino Hills is literally smack dab in the middle of all Southern California action. Head northwest to experience the hustle of city museums like LACMA and MOMA or south to experience the unparalleled shopping of Orange County and beaches of Newport and Huntington. Friends still living the exhausting city lifestyle will love visiting your sweet escape for a fun getaway or house party. Weekend plans, check.
2.Safety First (and Foremost)
The rapid population increase across cities in California and the US has left some urban- bordering suburbs worried for their safety–but Chino Hills isn’t one of them. A 2017 study by SafeWise named Chino Hills the 35th safest place to live in California, jumping up 12 spots since last year’s list. The breakdown is compiled based on factors including violence and crime rates, proving that Chino HIlls is not only a state leader in safety, but also continuing to improve an already impressive standard of living.
3.Dedication to Education
While still a part of the greater Los Angeles area, Chino Hills boasts its own distinguished and outstanding public school system. Moreover, Chino Valley Unified School District offers open enrollment to its K-12 schools and also features additional charter schools open to Chino residents. It’s no secret that good public schools yield a strong and committed community of families. Generation Y, with its focus on improvement and technology, serves as the perfect fit for the booming CVUSD and its dedication to stellar public schools.