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Riverside is about 60 miles east of Los Angeles and offers many attractions, including those at the Riverside Sports Complex, hosted by the University of California, Riverside. Located on the banks of the Santa Ana river, the semi-arid, Mediterranean climate allows you to enjoy outdoor activities year round. The city is the birthplace of the California citrus industry, and it is home to the last remaining Parent Navel Orange Tree. The cost is living is about 15 percent less than the average California cost of living, providing a wide range of options when you search for an apartment to rent on ForRent.com. The city has taken steps to reduce air pollution by using electric and natural gas to power its mass transit system. Most residents avoid the Los Angeles traffic congestion with a daily commute of less than 35 minutes, while enjoying quick trips to the coast, which is less than 50 miles away. The nearby San Bernardino mountains offer a variety of winter recreation activities

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Relocating to Riverside is a great decision! Located in the Inland Empire, you will find 28 neighborhoods to explore. It is a college town melting pot, and Fairmount Park in downtown Riverside is a vibrant community, alive with entertainment, restaurants, bars and boutiques. Arlington is a neighborhood to the southwest of downtown with an ideal mix of parks, schools and shopping.

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