Rancho Cucamonga, California

San Bernardino County


Rancho Cucamonga is a city in San Bernardino County in the U.S. state of California. The population is about 165,000, the city covers an area of 97 square kilometers. Rancho Cucamonga was founded in 1977 by a merger of the villages of Alta Loma, Cucamonga and Etiwanda.


According to the census in 2010 lived in Rancho Cucamonga 165 269 people in about 54,300 households. Within ten years, the city had thus undergone a massive immigration. Since the year 2000, the population had increased from 127,000 to over 165,000. A majority of the population is white, which also Hispanic immigrants, the so-called Latinos make up more than a third of the population. African Americans are represented with a population share of ten percent somewhat above the California average. A similarly high proportion reach Asian -Americans. The census also revealed that 100 women 97.6 males.

Economy and infrastructure

The city is an important industrial center in southeastern California. In Rancho Cucamonga is the only steel producer in California, Tamco Steel, resident. Infrastructurewith is a private bus system is of central importance, which serves the entire metropolitan area.