Situated approximately 26 miles east of Los Angeles, and bordering a wide expanse of rural land.

Welcome to Glendora

Community-centric suburban city known as the “Pride of the Foothills”
Filled with scenic mountain vistas, luxurious homes, and top-rated schools, Glendora is a highly sought-after place to relocate. Situated approximately 26 miles east of Los Angeles, and bordering a wide expanse of rural land, this suburban city is placed in a supremely convenient location. Glendora is currently home to a population of 51,800 and is part of Los Angeles County.
Nestled away from the hustle and bustle of city life, the area features a mix of commercial developments, residential neighborhoods, and rural land. Residents have the unique privilege of running their errands along historic Route 66 — which once served as the main roadway into Los Angeles.

What to Love

  • Gorgeous suburban city
  • Near trails, parks, and rural spaces
  • Nestled along Route 66
  • Incredibly convenient location
  • Outstanding schools

Local Lifestyle

Residing in Glendora is an absolute pleasure. With mountains and hiking trails to the north, Route 66 to the south, and Los Angeles to the west, the area is rich in activity and historical significance. Shopping, dining, and getting to and from work and school are a breeze for locals. Those who are new to Glendora will discover an array of beautiful homes in the city — including neighborhoods that are devoted to palatial estates.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Residents of Glendora have the privilege of living near an excellent selection of shopping and dining establishments.
Explore the city’s top restaurants in two centralized locales. Route 66 and the area around Glendora Avenue overflow with top-rated eateries. Whether you’re searching for breakfast or dinner, there are ample options close to home. Those residing in town highly recommend trying the menu offerings at places such as Ezze Sushi, The Donut Man, Crust & Crumble Bakery, T. Phillip's, Luca Bella Fine Foods, Glendora Public Market, Frisella's Roastery, and The Hat sandwich shop (a favorite since 1951).
Shopping is especially convenient around Glendora. Just off of the 210 near Lone Hill Avenue, you can effortlessly check off everything on your to-do list at the Glendora Marketplace Shopping Center.

Things to Do

Want to spend your leisure time close to home? Glendora is full of fun activities for individuals and families. It is especially suited to those who love spending time in nature.
Outdoor recreation enthusiasts can traverse a number of hiking trails, which span a variety of difficulty levels. Novice and experienced hikers alike can enjoy an adventure along Summit of Colby Trail, Punk Out Trail, and Big Dalton Canyon Trail. For those who enjoy golfing, two highly-rated places to check out include the Glendora Country Club and Glen Oaks Golf Course.


Throughout Glendora, there is an exceptional selection of schools spanning every grade level.
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