While the area is considered urban, many residential communities have suburban appeal.

Welcome to Covina

Centrally located, tree-lined urban community with an abundance of conveniences nearby
Twenty-two miles east of Los Angeles, enjoy the bustling and charming urban environment found in Covina. Centralized and peaceful, residents enjoy a balance of convenience and tranquility. Select parts of Covina (namely, the commercial district on Citrus Avenue) that exude unmistakable small-town vibes. The city is home to 48,095 residents and is located in Los Angeles County.
The vast majority of neighborhoods in Covina feature mid-century homes that are brimming with character. Locals take pride in keeping their tree-lined streets perfectly landscaped, and their properties up-to-date. While the area is considered urban, many residential communities have suburban appeal.

What to Love

  • Close to Los Angeles
  • Mid-century style homes
  • Small town vibes
  • Community parks
  • Quality schools

Local Lifestyle

Covina has a one-of-a-kind personality. Vintage homes, mountain views, and a small-town commercial district attract individuals who are looking for a city that isn’t cookie cutter. Approachable and easygoing, the area is highly desirable for those seeking a more laid-back pace of life. Covina is close enough to Los Angeles for commuters, yet far enough away to escape the busyness of city life.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Love trying new restaurants? When residing in Covina, you don’t have to venture far to experience a wide array of flavors.
Upon moving to the city, there are several must-try establishments. If you’re a coffee or tea drinker, be sure to stop by Rad Coffee. Boasting eclectically branded merchandise and an exceptionally creative menu, you’ve likely never been to a coffee shop like this before. Sample menu items such as their Sea Salt Cold Brew, Zombie Lemonade, or a Bonesbrew Float.
Seeking a memorable meal at a fabulous restaurant? Locals highly recommend the dishes at Georgie's Mediterranean Cuisine, Fonda Don Chon, The Artist Pizzeria, BB's Cafe, Bread & Barley (a trendy gastropub), and City Grill. On top of these excellent choices for dining, Covina features a wonderful selection of shops spanning every kind of specialty. Pick up everything you need at places such as IKEA, Sprouts Farmers Market, The Home Depot, Lowe’s Home Improvement, Beyond Party Supplies & Toys, and ALDI.

Things to Do

From its lush community parks to its indoor amusements, finding things to do in Covina is always a breeze.
Planning on spending the day inside? One favorite spot is Sky Zone Trampoline Park. Take on the Ninja Warrior Course, freestyle jump areas, zip line, and wipe-out zone. For a more relaxed day, catch a new release movie at AMC Covina 17.
If you’re looking for some outdoor fun, head to one of Covina’s many community parks. Boasting amenities such as playgrounds, a roller hockey rink, picnic areas, dog-friendly areas, and more, plan your day at Hollenbeck Park, Cypress Park, Covina Park, Barranca Park, and Kahler Russell Park.


Across Covina, parents of school-aged children and teens have access to quality public schools.
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