Rialto, California

San Bernardino County


Rialto is a city in San Bernardino County in the U.S. state of California, with about 99,100 inhabitants ( 2010). The urban area covers a total area of ​​56.7 square kilometers.

Became famous for the city by Interstate 210, which is regularly used as a film location for Hollywood productions here. Moreover, due to the easily accessible location have ( road, rail, air) more U.S. retail chains set up regional distribution centers here, for example Staples, Toys " R" us, FedEx and Target Corporation.


According to the data collected in 2010 census Rialto had 99,171 inhabitants. Compared to 2000, this was an increase of about 7,000, as still lived around 91,800 people in the city. The majority of the population are hispanischstämmige Americans or immigrants from Latin American countries. This is also known as Latino population represents more than half of the population Rialto. The proportion of hispanischstämmigen citizens is above average throughout Southern California. White Americans are the second largest ethnic group with a share of about 30 percent. African Americans represent 16 percent of urban residents and are therefore strongly represented for Californian experience. Asians and all other population groups are a minority. The number of households in the city was, according to the census of 2010, around 25,200. For every 100 females therefore 94.7 men came while the median age at 26 years was.

Sons and daughters of the town

  • George Connor, race car driver