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Located just 2 miles west of San Bernardino, the historic city of Rialto rests just minutes from some of the best shopping and entertainment in the Inland Empire. Major distribution centers for retailers such as Under Armour and Target provide jobs for residents and a strong economy, and an advanced network of freeways and public transportation make for an easy commute to Los Angeles and nearby cities like Riverside.

Young families and budding professionals flock here to enjoy an abundance of affordable housing and an easy commute to work. Enjoy convenient living in the south and central parts of the city, with grocery stores and pharmacies around every corner, or opt for the family-oriented neighborhoods to the north, with more upscale housing developments and breathtaking views of the mountains.

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Rent Trends

As of October 2017, the average apartment rent in Rialto, CA is $902 for a studio, $942 for one bedroom, $1,177 for two bedrooms, and $1,581 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Rialto has increased by 1.0% in the past year.

Beds
Avg Sq Ft
Avg Rent
Studio
539
$902
1 BR
656
$942
2 BR
879
$1,177
3 BR
1,132
$1,581
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Avg Sq Ft
Avg Rent

Ratings

46 Walk Score® Car-Dependent
31 Transit Score® Some Transit
44 Bike Score® Somewhat Bikeable

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Restaurants

Discover a laid-back dining scene specializing in sizzling burgers, racks of ribs and other home-style favorites as you explore the retail strips along Foothill Boulevard and Riverside avenue.

Locals rave about the sandwiches at Patio West Deli for good reason. Let the aroma of fresh-baked bread and mild spices guide you to favorites like the Italian grinder, the egg salad sandwich and the crispy pastrami on rye — all loaded with the freshest vegetables and ingredients you won't find at your local Subway. Enjoy your meal on the shaded outdoor patio for a relaxing lunch that's sure to keep you coming back.

When you're in the mood for comfort foods like fried chicken and mac 'n cheese, make your way over to Westside Pit BBQ. Try a sample rib when you first come in before poring over the menu. You can't go wrong with the tri combo that features sliced beef and ribs alongside your choice of hearty sides. Don't forget the sour cream cake, which makes the perfect ending for your rib dinner.

If you crave fresh-made pizza piled high with cheese and pepperoni, try Big T's Pizza. This restaurant also serves up high-quality lasagna and steaming calzones, and pair these specialties with an order of Parmesan bread for a filling complement. If you have a small crowd to feed, order Big T's body slammer pizza to make sure everyone gets their fill.

Nightlife in Rialto may not compete with nearby San Bernardino and downtown L.A., but residents enjoy a few pubs and lounges that keep them busy with live music, karaoke and creative cocktails. Head to Raquel's Jazz Lounge to listen to local talent playing upbeat jazz and blues tunes. Swing by for open mic night or Taco Tuesdays, or stop in anytime to enjoy a Cadillac margarita.

History

After the Mormons began populating the San Bernardino Valley in 1851, several pioneers settled in Rialto starting in 1854, establishing ranches, farms and vineyards. Industries such as the Semi Tropic Land and Water Company soon moved to the area, resulting in a population boom and the establishment of the first schools. Rialto was incorporated in 1911, and it continues to push for economic, residential and educational growth to this day.

The Rialto Historical Society preserves the city's rich heritage. Check out the museum to see citrus exhibits and depictions of a turn-of-the-century home, and gaze at the breathtaking architecture of The Old First Christian Church next door. For a taste of the local culture, don't miss the annual Rialto Family Festival for performances, rock climbing, crafts and more.

Transportation

With more than half of Rialto's population commuting to work in cities like San Bernardino and Los Angeles, the city maintains a well-connected infrastructure with ample freeways and several public transportation options. The Interstate 10 crosses the city for easy access to the Foothills cities and downtown L.A., and nearby Interstate 215 brings commuters to Riverside. If you just need a quick ride to the airport, call an Uber driver or a cab from Yellow Cab Rialto. When you're exploring the city, enjoy plenty of free parking and mild traffic.

The Rialto Metrolink Station services downtown Rialto for a short commute of 1 hour and 20 minutes to central L.A. and just 10 minutes to San Bernardino. The Omnitrans bus system also services the city's neighborhoods. If you prefer to navigate the streets with the wind in your face, ride your bicycle down bike-friendly Riverside Avenue, or enjoy an easy walk to nearby amenities.

Cost

Rialto residents enjoy a below-average cost of living for the San Bernardino Valley and for California state itself, with the cost of living falling a substantial 18.2 percent lower than the state average. Compared to the rest of the country, however, Rialto is considered a somewhat expensive area to reside in thanks to a cost of living that's 9.1 percent higher.

Although housing remains cheap, expenses such as food, utilities and water can run up big bills. If you're hunting for an apartment, expect an average rental rate of around $840 for a one-bedroom apartment.

Taking the bus to nearby San Bernardino costs you $1.75 for a one-way trip, while gas prices generally hover 11 percent above the national average. When you go out for a beer, be ready to pay $5 to $6 per glass.

Shopping

Check out Rialto's major retail areas along Valley Boulevard, Riverside Avenue and Foothill Boulevard to find everything from discount fashions to florists and bicycle shops. Explore the city's convenient shopping plazas and strip malls with all the basic amenities, or head to San Bernardino to find the latest fashions in Carousel Mall.

If you're looking for a gift to impress that special someone, head to Rialto Flower and Gift Shop to pick up a dozen roses or a vase filled with bright-colored carnations. Also, browse a cute display of ceramic angels, Teddy bears, intricate vases and potted houseplants.

Whether you're looking for a casual cruiser or a $3,000 performance bike, make your way to Don's Bikes of Rialto. With its customer-centric service and high-quality bikes, it's no wonder Don's boasts a long list of loyal customers. On top of that, buying your bike here means enjoying free lifetime tuneups. The owner rebuilds bikes and gives them to disadvantaged kids in the area, so bring your old bike in if you're looking to recycle.

Head to Superior Grocers for international food items, or stop by Stater Bros. for all your standard groceries. Don't miss the Rialto Certified Farmer's Market every Wednesday for local fruits and veggies.

Parks

Whether you're growing your own organic tomatoes in the Community Gardens or enjoying a picnic at Frisbie Park, Rialto provides plenty of opportunities to get out and enjoy the sun. Stop by Frisbie Park on the north end of the city to play a game of softball, walk your dog on the grass or just sit back and enjoy a breathtaking view of the mountains. Check out Bud Bender Park to enjoy a morning jog on the paved paths or let your kids climb on the playground.

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