Pomona Valley

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The Pomona Valley is located in the Greater Los Angeles Area between the San Gabriel Valley and San Bernardino Valley in Southern California.wikipedia
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San Gabriel Valley

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The Pomona Valley is located in the Greater Los Angeles Area between the San Gabriel Valley and San Bernardino Valley in Southern California. The Pomona Valley is separated from San Gabriel Valley to the west by the northeastern end of the San Jose Hills, running approximately along State Route 57.
Claremont, Diamond Bar, La Verne, Pomona, San Dimas and Walnut are adjacent to the San Gabriel Valley, and although are properly considered part of the Pomona Valley, they are also commonly considered part of the San Gabriel Valley.

San Bernardino Valley

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The Pomona Valley is located in the Greater Los Angeles Area between the San Gabriel Valley and San Bernardino Valley in Southern California.
It is bordered on the north by the eastern San Gabriel Mountains and the San Bernardino Mountains; on the east by the San Jacinto Mountains; and on the south by the Temescal Mountains and Santa Ana Mountains; and on the west by the Pomona Valley.

San Jose Hills

The Pomona Valley is separated from San Gabriel Valley to the west by the northeastern end of the San Jose Hills, running approximately along State Route 57.
The San Jose Hills are a part of the Transverse Ranges located in Eastern Los Angeles County, California, marking the border between the San Gabriel Valley and the Pomona Valley.

Los Angeles County, California

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The San Antonio Creek runs right through the center of the valley dividing the valley into west and east, and also acts as a section of the border between Los Angeles County and San Bernardino County.
Other population centers are found in the Santa Clarita Valley, Pomona Valley, Crescenta Valley and Antelope Valley.

Pomona, California

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On March 1, 1893 the California Assembly voted 54–14 for a new county to form in the region, to be named San Antonio County, with Pomona as its seat. Central portions of the valley that contain the cities of Pomona, Montclair, and Ontario have large Hispanic populations.
Pomona is located in the Pomona Valley, between the Inland Empire and the San Gabriel Valley.

Claremont, California

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Northern areas of the valley that contain the cities of Claremont, La Verne, and San Dimas have large Caucasian populations.
It is in the Pomona Valley, at the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains.

Southern California

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The Pomona Valley is located in the Greater Los Angeles Area between the San Gabriel Valley and San Bernardino Valley in Southern California.

Montclair, California

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Central portions of the valley that contain the cities of Pomona, Montclair, and Ontario have large Hispanic populations.
Montclair is a city in the Pomona Valley, in southwestern San Bernardino County, California.

Greater Los Angeles

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The Pomona Valley is located in the Greater Los Angeles Area between the San Gabriel Valley and San Bernardino Valley in Southern California.

La Casa Primera de Rancho San Jose

La Casa Primera
It is the oldest home located in the Pomona Valley and in the old Rancho San Jose land grant.

Chino Hills, California

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Southern portions of the Pomona Valley such as Chino Hills, Diamond Bar, and Walnut contain rather large Asian populations.
Overlook park is 1.5 acres and features scenic views of the Pomona Valley, Chino Hills, and San Gabriel Mountains.

Foothill Transit

Foothill Transit is a public transit agency that is government funded by 22 member cities in the San Gabriel and Pomona valleys.

California State Route 60

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SR 60 provides a route across several spurs of the Peninsular Ranges, linking the Los Angeles Basin with the Pomona Valley and San Gabriel Valley.

California State Route 57

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The Pomona Valley is separated from San Gabriel Valley to the west by the northeastern end of the San Jose Hills, running approximately along State Route 57.
The highway provides a route across several spurs of the Peninsular Ranges, linking the Los Angeles Basin with the Pomona Valley and San Gabriel Valley.

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

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The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin is a paid daily newspaper based in Rancho Cucamonga, California, serving the Pomona Valley and southwest San Bernardino County region.

Inland Empire

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Physical boundaries between Los Angeles and the Inland Empire from west to east are the San Jose Hills splitting the San Gabriel Valley from the Pomona Valley, leading to the urban populations centered in the San Bernardino Valley.

Pomona College

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Bus lines connect to cities in the San Gabriel Valley and Pomona Valley.

Interstate 10 in California

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A 13.4 mi section of what was then known as the US 99 Freeway opened on November 16, 1954, in East San Bernardino County and the Pomona Valley, the longest stretch of freeway opened by the State of California to that date, and built at a cost of almost $12 million (equivalent to $ in ).

Los Angeles

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The valley is approximately 30 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, which can often be seen from nearby foothills.

San Dimas, California

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Northern areas of the valley that contain the cities of Claremont, La Verne, and San Dimas have large Caucasian populations. It ranges from the city of San Dimas from the far west to Rancho Cucamonga to the Far East portion of the valley.

Rancho Cucamonga, California

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It ranges from the city of San Dimas from the far west to Rancho Cucamonga to the Far East portion of the valley.

Alluvium

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The alluvial valley is formed by the Santa Ana River and its tributaries.

Santa Ana River

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The alluvial valley is formed by the Santa Ana River and its tributaries.

San Bernardino County, California

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The San Antonio Creek runs right through the center of the valley dividing the valley into west and east, and also acts as a section of the border between Los Angeles County and San Bernardino County.

Mount San Antonio

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It originates from the San Gabriel Mountains watershed around Mount San Antonio (known locally as Mt. Baldy) and joins the Santa Ana River south of Chino.