San Dimas, California is Ideal for Relocation

San Dimas is a lovely city where many people who find temporary housing there will end up adoring it so much that they wonder why they haven’t explored it sooner.  Southern Californians who are familiar with major cities and noisy tourist towns know the true character lies inside its smaller cities and towns. For working professionals with a remote work mode now, families who look for a temporary home and need good schools for their kids, or adventurous couples who just need a change of scenery in a laid-back environment, Month2Month highly recommend giving San Dimas a try for relocation. It is an underrated gem full of parks, equestrian vibes and plenty of local history. 

Location & History

Located in the San Gabriel Valley of Los Angeles County and was originally developed in 1837, San Dimas is home to about 33,000 people and is known for its Western art, equestrian culture, and historic sites. 

Education & School District 

San Dimas is located in the Bonita Unified School District, which is a highly rated, public school district. It has 10,055 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 24 to 1. It is also close to the highly-selective private institutions of higher education, The Claremont Colleges. These top ranked world famous colleges include Claremont McKenna College, Pomona College, Harvey Mudd College, many of you may have already heard of.


Have Fun & Explore

During weekends when you look for places without crowds to have some fresh air,  you will find many unique, one-of-a-kind things to see and do in this small city. For example, the locals would recommend you to check out the old town district located along Bonita Avenue where you’ll find all sorts of buildings that date back to the 1800s, or visit the Pacifc Railroad Museum which resembles a working railroad station and is a group of volunteers who are enthusiastic about railroads, train travel, rail transit and railroad history.  

The 1,975-acre Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park is another picturesque place to spend a relaxing day with your family and kids indulging in fun outdoor activities such as golfing, picnicking, hiking, swimming, bicycling, horseback riding, calf-roping, bird watching, camping, and more.

San Dimas is also home to Raging Waters Los Angeles, one of California’s best and largest water parks. This 60-acre waterpark has been recognized by USA Today as a “Top 10 Water Park” and families love the 50 world-class rides and slides. The park is currently planning to reopen in May 2021. 


Month2Month Temporary Housing solutions

We hope you will find the recommendations helpful and choose San Dimas as your new relocation city! Here is one of our inventory in San Dimas. Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you have need for relocation. 

1044 Kent St, San Dimas, CA 91773 (Available from May 5th 2021)



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