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The roots of incorporated West Covina extend back to the early 1920s. Its population now stands at roughly 108,000, and the city ranks as the 66th largest in California. West Covina is home to three extensive shopping complexes, which together house hundreds of stores, as well as dozens of restaurants. The city is also dotted with more than a dozen other shopping centers that offer an array of additional dining and shopping options. West Covina residents have a median household income somewhat above-average for the state of California. Industries in the heavily mixed local economy include manufacturing, healthcare, education and public service. The city's 29 neighborhoods include popular home-buying destinations such as West Puente Valley, City Center and S. Citrus Street/E. Cortez Street.

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Located east of Los Angeles in the San Gabriel Valley, West Covina, California, is a larger mid-sized city known for its multitude of dining and shopping opportunities, as well as for its tremendous social diversity. Homebuyers in the area can choose from a wide range of options, including newer single-family houses and townhouses built in the last few years, established houses built in the latter part of the 20th century and well-maintained older houses built in the 40s, 50s and 60s.
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