Chino Hills

Chino Hillsa suburb of Los Angeles located in San Bernardino County in Southern California.


Chino Hills was ranked 68th in Money Magazine's "Best places to live 2005". It is also the 6th highest income place in the United States (with population 65,000 to 250,000) and was ranked as the 13th safest city in the United States by the FBI. Chino Hills is generally considered a part of the Chino Valley. The city had a total population of 80,897 as of 2005.

Get in

The city of Chino Hills is bounded by Los Angeles County cities of Pomona and Diamond Bar to the north and to the northwest, the San Bernardino County city of Chino to the east, unincorporated Riverside County near Corona to the south and southeast, and the Orange County cities of Brea and Yorba Linda to the west and southwest, respectively.

By air

Fly via John Wayne Airport, Orange County (about 24 miles away) or Ontario Intl, Ontario (about 10 miles away).

By train

Amtrak And Metrolink Stations near Chino Hills:

By car

From Orange County take the SR-57 North freeway or take SR-142 (Carbon Canyon Road) which is the only road connecting Chino Hills and Orange County.

From Los Angeles County take the SR-60 towards Pomona.

Get around

As in most suburban cities, it is very difficult to get around Chino Hills without a car.

Public transportation is almost non existent, however, the city does have an OmniLink dial a ride public service open to the public. For $2.50 one way, one can travel throughout the city and transfer for free to the Omnitrans public bus at the Chino Hills Marketplace and at the site of the former Chino Hills Government Center. The dial a ride service operates five days a week, mostly during daytime hours.




There is only one mall in Chino Hills, as it is a suburban city. It has many shopping centers that are anchored by supermarkets. However, there are several shopping centers that have big name stores:


Chino Hills offers a wide range of places to eat at different shopping centers.

The Shoppes at Chino Hills

Chino Hills Marketplace & Woodview Plaza

Chino Hills Promenade & The Courts

Laband Village Shopping Center

Payne Ranch Marketplace

Gateway Village

The Crossroads Shopping Centers

Fairfield Ranch Business Center

Country Club Marketplace & Soquel Canyon Crossings

The Commons at Chino Hills

The Golden Triangle Shopping Center Opening Winter 2011

B.A.P.S. Hindu Temple Shopping Center Shopping Center Opening 2011


Alcoholic Beverages are sold at many of the dining places in Chino Hills. The only major bars in Chino Hills are:


Stay safe

In 2007, Chino Hills was named 13th Safest City in The United States by FBI Crime Statistics. The Chino Hills curfew is at 10 o'clock for all minors unless accompanied by an adult.

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