Considered “One of Southern California’s Best Kept Secrets” – Dr. John Husing, Research Economist


Since its founding members a century ago to its current residents today, Chino Hills’s quiet, natural beauty has been appreciated and preserved by its citizens. Amongst Chino Hills’s estate ranches and rolling hillside, you wouldn’t know you were just next door to one of the world’s largest metropolitan cities.

Chino Hills State Park

The city is also home to the largest state park (14,102 acres) in an urban setting. The park provides Chino Hills’s residents the perfect setting for recreational outdoor activities. You can find joggers along its trails during the day and the park is available to those wishing to camp overnight.

Chino Hills State Park


“Not only is Chino Hills a place where people want to live, it’s also a safe City in which to live. Based on FBI crime statistics for 2016, Chino Hills is ranked #4 safest city relative to violent crime and 13th safest city for property crimes.  The ranking compared 106 cities in California with a population of 50,000 to 100,000.”


“According to the Income, Earnings, and Poverty Data from the 2007 American Community Survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau, Chino Hills ranked 6th in the United States with a Median Household Income of $100,371.” 


“Chino Hills’ strong demographics and its location at the convergence of Orange, Riverside, Los Angeles, and San Bernardino Counties make it attractive to commercial developers. The City’s high average household income of $106,825 (in 2006) is second only to the exclusive community of Indian Wells in the Inland Empire. Prominent retailers, like Trader Joe’s, H & M, and XXI Forever, have chosen to locate in Chino Hills. Many high-end national retailers have locations in Chino Hills.”