City of San Dimas

A True Western Heritage

The City of San Dimas, incorporated on August 4, 1960, was named after the nearby San Dimas Canyon. According to legend, the name originated from an earlier conflict between Spanish landowners and horse and cattle thieves.

It is said that a Spanish Don once called on St. Dismas, the saint of repentant thieves, as a final attempt to protect his livestock…

City of Covina

Character and Heritage

The City of Covina was incorporated on August 14, 1901, on a 2000 acre tract purchased by J.S. Phillips from the Hollenbeck holdings in 1882.

Originally laid out as an agricultural area focusing on the citrus industry, the city\’s motto once boasted of being “A Mile Square and All There…”

City of Glendora

Welcome To The Pride of the Foothills

Glendora is nestled at base of the scenic San Gabriel Mountains, in the eastern portion of Los Angeles County.
Today, over 53,700 residents enjoy excellent public and private schools, lush parks, comprehensive community services, two modern hospitals and one of the lowest crime rates in the nation.