Moreno Valley, CA


March Air Reserve Base sits on the southeast edge of the city and serves as the community’s largest employer. Riverside and San Bernardino are easy to reach via I-215, with US Riverside just minutes outside of town. The cost of living in Moreno Valley is considerably lower than the state average, making it an inexpensive option for commuters. Folks renting in Moreno Valley love to take advantage of the year-round sunshine, whether that means hiking in the nearby mountains, driving down to the ocean, swimming at Lake Perris, or just lounging in one of the city’s many public parks. Sportsmen will enjoy having access to the Upland Game Hunting Area on the southeast side of town.

3 Neighborhoods in Moreno Valley, CA

  • Edgemont Gardens

    Edgemont Gardens sits in the heart of downtown Moreno Valley with easy access to some of the city's best amenities. Moreno Valley Mall and Town Gate Shopping Center reside in the northeast corner of the neighborhood, providing residents with world-class shopping just outside their doors. After a long day of shopping, locals often stop by Hoggs Gourmet Grill to unwind with their favorite craft beers and slow-cooked barbecue.

  • Moreno Valley East

    The eastern part of Moreno Valley, California, sits on the edge of some hilly wilderness areas southeast of the San Bernardino Mountains. Relatively new housing developments of thousands of homes were built in the early 1990s, so many of the buildings in this part of town are young compared to other neighborhoods in nearby Riverside. Residents enjoy warm, sunny weather most of the year in a semi-arid Mediterranean climate.

  • Moreno Valley West

    Found 62 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, a large city lies in the Inland Empire area. Nicknamed "Mo-Val," the west end of Moreno Valley holds a distinct quality by providing residents a serene, desert-like setting as well as several restaurants and retail shops.