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Living and Working in the Inland Empire

The Inland Empire is one of the most diverse locations in California. Strategically located between Los Angeles and San Diego, and just three hours from Las Vegas, the Inland Empire encompasses both Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. Communities throughout the Inland Empire enjoy a vast array of opportunities.

Whether indoor activities or outdoor is your style, the Inland Empire is the place for you. The climate is typically mild in the winter and warm in the summer. The San Bernardino Mountains offer both winter and summer fun. Several mountain resorts provide skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, and snow playing activities in the winter. With the various lakes and recreational water ways, spring and summer are a perfect time to enjoy hiking, camping, fishing, boating and hunting. The mountains, with their many parks and year-round accessibility, are perfect for family fun.

For the ever growing motor cross enthusiast, our deserts have designated facilities for you to enjoy. From the desert to the beaches, a good time is just a short distance away. Whether it be golfing or a day at the spa, the Inland Empire has what you are looking for.

Communities all across the Inland Empire partake in providing the residents with Farmer’s Markets, Festivals, Concerts, Art Galleries, Botanical Gardens, Amusement parks, historic landmarks and even casino fun. You're just a short drive from enjoying the wildlife parks and it’s never too far to enjoy the atmosphere of a professional sports team. If education is a priority for you, the Inland Empire has numerous public and private universities as well as a multitude of distinguished community colleges.

The ever-growing Inland Empire holds a vast array of opportunities no matter what your place in life might be. Come explore the potential, come experience the possibilities.

For additional information regarding the Riverside and San Bernardino communities, visit http://www.inlandempire.us/