The name of this city is Spanish for "Saint Dismas." The Saint Dismas Canyon resides in the San Gabriel Mountains, and it is located in the northern area of the city. Native American tribes have lived in the area for over 8,000 years. When the San Gabriel Valley and Los Angeles railroads opened in the late 1800s, San Dimas experienced a population surge. Today, the city is considered a small equestrian town. It offers beautiful views, a favorable climate and close proximity to the city. In fact, many people commute to Los Angeles for work each day.

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Located in Los Angeles County's San Gabriel Valley is the attractive city of San Dimas, California. This area is home to over 33,000 people, and it provides an appealing location for many Los Angeles residents. The city is filled with affordable homes of all sizes. Many of the homes for sale were built during the 1970s and 1980s; however, there are newer homes available.

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