Rancho Cucamonga calls itself the “Inland Empire’s Premier City,” and rightfully so. From its agricultural beginnings, primarily grape cultivation and wineries, Rancho Cucamonga is now one of the fastest growing communities in the state, but also remains one of the safest. Twenty parks and community centers and award-winning architecture, as well as highly rated schools, make Rancho Cucamonga a great place to live. In fact, Money Magazine listed the city as one of its “100 Best Places to Live,” and many commercial and logistics industry businesses agree that it is a great location for them, too. LoanMart Field hosts the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, a very popular minor league baseball team, and you can’t beat shopping venues such as nearby Ontario Mills, and the city’s own master-planned Victoria Gardens, with the expected anchor stores and the very unexpected small shops which line old-fashioned “Main Streets,” upping the ante on walkability for the city. Capping the adventures to be found at Victoria Gardens is the Victoria Gardens Cultural Center, containing a 570-seat theater and a city library. Rancho Cucamonga is has truly developed a remarkable sense of place in a beautiful setting beneath the Southern California mountains.