Cities of Riverside County, Ca.

A

Aguanga, Alberhill, Anza

B

City of Banning, City of Beaumont, Bermuda Dunes, City of Blythe

C

Cabazon, City of Calimesa, City of Canyon Lake, City of Cathedral City, Cherry Valley,Chiriaco Summit, City of Coachella, City of Corona, Coronita,

D

Desert Beach, Desert Center, City of Desert Hot Springs,
Eagle Mountain, East Blythe, East Hemet,

E

City of Eastvale, El Cerrito

F

French Valley,

G

Gavilan Hills, Glen Avon, Good Hope,

H

City of Hemet, Highgrove, Home Gardens, Homeland,

I
Idyllwild-Pinecove, City of Indian Wells, City of Indio, Indio Hills

J

City of Jurupa Valley

L
City of Lake Elsinore, Lakeland Village, Lake Matthews, Lake Tamarisk, Lakeview, City of La Quinta, Lost Lake

M

March Air Force Base, Mead Valley, Meadowbrook, Mecca, City of Menifee, Mira Loma, City of Moreno Valley, Mountain Center, City of Murrieta, Murrieta Hot Springs

N

City of Norco, North Shore, Nuevo

O

Oasis

P

City of Palm Desert, City of Palm Springs, Palo Verde, Pedley, City of Perris, Pinyon Flats

Q

Quail Valley

R

Radec, Rancho California, City of Rancho Mirage, Rannells, Ripley, City of Riverside, Romoland, Rubidoux

S

Sage, City of San Jacinto, Santa Rosa Rancho, Sedco Hills, Sky Valley, Sun City, Sunnyslope

T

City of Temecula, Temescal, Thermal, Thousand Palms

V

Valle Verde, Valle Vista

W

White Water, City of Wildomar, Winchester, Woodcrest


Government

Riverside County page

Riverside County Executive Offices
4080 Lemon Street, 12th Floor
P.O. Box 1385
Riverside, CA 92501-1385
Phone: (951) 955-1100

Board of Supervisors

Board of Supervisors

Riverside County: Sheriff’s Department

Population by Years:

1980 – 680,700
1990 – 1,114,400
1991 – 1,225,000
1992 – 1,289,700
1993 – 1,323,500
1994 – 1,379,600
2000 – 1,545,387
2006 – 2,031,625

Density
2000 – 214 persons per square mile

 Geo Location:

Riverside County is in the southeastern portion of California. It is in the shape of a long rectangle stretching from Orange County to the border with Arizona, along the Colorado River. It is often referred to as the Inland Empire.

Maps for Riverside County

Transportation information

Median Household Income:
2000 – $42,887

Median Family Income:
2000 – $48,409

Riverside County History 

Total area: 7,303 square miles
Land area: 7,207 square miles
Water area: 96 square miles

The fourth largest county in the State of California

Genealogy:

Riverside County US GenWeb page

For Vital Records (Marriage, Birth, Death)
2724 Gateway Drive P.O. Box 751
Riverside, CA 92502
Phone: (951) 486-7000

The Genealogical Society of Riverside County
P.O. Box 2557
Riverside, CA 92516

Cemeteries in Riverside County

Riverside County Library System

Riverside County Office of Education

Education 

Greater Riverside Chamber of Commerce
3985 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92501
Phone: (951) 683-7100
Fax: (951) 683-2670

Major Attractions:

Southern California Fair at the Lake Perris Fairgrounds – held in October each year!
Riverside County Fair and Date Festival – held during February in Indio each year

Things to Do in Riverside County

Museums in Riverside County

Parks in Riverside County