Pomona ranks as the fifth largest city in LA County and has a Mediterranean climate. That means you can expect warm, summer-like weather year round. In the summer months, average temperatures reach a manageable range of mid-80s to low-90s, while the winter season spans the high-60s to low-70s. If you don't care for harsh winters, Pomona has the perfect climate. The city's economy is booming and local citizens can choose from a number of top employers in the area including: Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center, Verizon, the County of Los Angeles, the Department of Social Services, Lanterman Developmental Center, Pomona Unified School District and California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. These major entities employ thousands of the regions almost 150,000 population.

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If you want to live in a hub of education and artistic opportunities, Pomona, California is the place to be. The area is full of available multiple bedroom homes, condos, apartments and townhomes for rent or sale. If you are more interested in building a home, the city also has multiple open lots in various desirable locations. The area even has a few recently built homes and some foreclosures for savvy homeowners who want to save a little money.

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