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“Houses can form a neighborhood but only people can make it a community."

       Community is an essential part of family, of lifestyle, and of real estate.

Understanding local conditions in Corona is important when it comes to buying and selling real estate, but the neighborhood you choose can have a dramatic impact on all other aspects of your life as well.

Please feel free to browse through the complimentary Corona information I’ve provided.

When it’s time to move, call me to get a representative on your side who has experience, Corona market knowledge, and the confidence to help you make the best transaction possible. 

Community Information


Corona is more vibrant than ever!  There is always something exciting to do or see.  Whether it is taking in a show, enjoying an outdoor festival, attending a community class, or simply hanging out and enjoying Corona’s unique culture. It is the people that make Corona special.  This is a place to work, live and call home. 

The City of Corona has a lot to offer.  Corona is the largest city in the Inland Empire, encompassng over 38 square miles with over 138,000 residents...and it is still growing!  Corona has its own Police and Fire Departments.

There are 2 major freeways, the 91 and the 15, going across the city.  It is within 25 minutes of two major airports.  It has great communities for young couples with children, retirement communities, and golf course communities.  Corona has almost everything you could want in a city.

The "circle city" older part of Corona has the charm of a small town with small cozy restaurants, shops and historic homes. Did you know that in the early 1900's Grand Street used to be a car raceway...and Corona used to be known for its great citrus crops.

The newer parts of Corona have all your modern needs.  Planned communities, parks, library, great schools, shopping and entertainment areas. For information on Corona utilities, transportation,schools, parks, libraries and other things, please scroll down and see all the information...

Moving to Corona:

There Are Many Corona Neighborhoods To Choose From:

Chase Ranch, Crown Ranch Estates, Dos Lagos, Eagle Glen, Eastvale, Horsethief Canyon, McKinleyMirasol, Montecito, Mountain Gate, Old Town, Paseo De Grande/ Ontario / Border Area, Seven Oaks, Sierra Del Oro, Sycamore Creek, The Retreat, and Trilogy

We have expert Realtors who can help you with all the Corona neighborhoods


The www.Century21Corona.com Team -Century 21 Now Realty- and Ann Downing are your best bet to help you buy a new home and sell your old one. Contact Ann Downing at (951) 733-2486, or better yet email her at DowningHomes@yahoo.com she will be glad to help you.


Emergency: 911

Police Police Department (951) 736-2330

Fire Fire Department (951) 736-2220

Code Enforcement: (951) 736-2262

Pubic Works: (951) 736-2266

Phone: Call an SBC service representative direct at 1-800-310-2355 to place your order for new service.

Water turn on/off: (951) 736-2234

Water billing: (951) 736-2321

Utility Billing: (951)736-2321

If you have any questions about Corona’s City services, please call City Hall at (951) 736-2201 during normal business hours, or (951) 736-2400 for 24 hour information.

   Local Schools 

Academic -- Secondary and Elementary -- Public             

Academic -- Secondary and Elementary -- Private

  • Corona Christian School
    1901 W. Ontario Avenue, Corona (951)734-5683
  • Crossroads Christian School (Preschool, Elementary, and Jr. High)
    1400 Fullerton Avenue, Corona (951)278-3199
  • Crossroads Christian PreSchool
    2331 Kellogg Avenue, Corona (951)278-3196
  •  Grace Baptist School
    2781 S. Lincoln Avenue, Corona (951)736-7466
  • Grace Lutheran Christian Day School
    1811 S. Lincoln Avenue, Corona (951)737-2187
  • La Sierra Academy
    4900 Golden Avenue, Riverside (951)351-1445
  • Montessori School of Corona
    732 N. Main Street, Corona (951)371-4179
  • Operation New Hope School
    Private Alternative High School
    1307 West Sixth, Suite #132, Corona (951)371-5466
  • St. Edward Catholic School
    500 S. Merrill Street, Corona (951)737-2530

Places of Interest:

 The Corona Airport: 1901 Aviation Drive, (951) 736-2289 It is home to 450-500 general-aviation aircraft, "the friendliest little airport in the world" is open to all visitors during daylight hours. The 100-acre airport is strictly recreational, with no commercial flights.

  Parks:  The City of Corona has 32 parks.  The largest, 21-acres, is Santana Regional Park located on the corner of Ontario and Magnolia.  It has lighted soccer fields, ball fields, a covered picnic area suitable for group use, and more than 400 parking spaces. See map of Corona Parks below:

 Library: 650 South Main Street, (951) 736-2381
Mon - Thu 10 am - 9 am; Friday 1 - 5; Sat 10 am - 5 pm; Sun, 1 - 5.

  For a look into the history and heritage of Corona, visit the Heritage Park located on Foothil just West of Main Street.  Also, they have a Heritage Room at the Corona Public library.510 West Foothill Parkway, (951) 898-0687, http://www.coronaheritagepark.org

 Golf Courses:     

Cresta Verde Golf Course, (951) 737-2255, Eagle Glen Golf Club, (951) 272-4653, Green River Golf Club, (951) 737-7393, Mountain View Country Club, (951) 737-9798.

 Corona has so much to offer! The list below gives local highlights:

Calendar of Events
Detailed listing of upcoming community events.

Corona Municipal Airport
1901 Aviation Drive
(951) 736-2289

Home to 450-500 general-aviation aircraft, "the friendliest little airport in the world" is open to all visitors during daylight hours. The 100-acre airport is strictly recreational, with no commercial flights.

Santana Regional Park
528 Santana Way (Ontario & Kellogg)

Among the largest of the City’s 32 parks, 21-acre Santana Regional Park in south central Corona offers lighted soccer fields, ball fields, a covered picnic area suitable for group use, and more than 400 parking spaces.

Corona Public Library
650 South Main Street
(951) 736-2382
Mon - Thu 10 am - 9 am; Friday 1 - 5; Sat 10 am - 5 pm; Sun, 1 - 5.

Free storytimes, special events, computer classes, literacy help, homework center, and books, software and audio-visual materials for checkout or in-library research.

Heritage Room and Exhibit Gallery, Corona Public Library
The Exhibit Gallery features historical exhibits about Corona, rotating exhibits from local artists, and traveling exhibits from museums and more.

Corona’s Parks and Community Services Department Activities
Detailed information about sports, trips, classes and special events offered by the City’s Parks and Community Services Department.

History / Heritage

Heritage Room, Corona Public Library
650 South Main Street
(951) 736-2386
Mon - Thu Noon - 8 pm; Closed Fridays, Sat 10 - 4, closed Sundays.

Photos, newspaper files, yearbooks, manuscripts, citrus labels and other special collections as well as books on local and regional history. U.S. passport services also available.

Corona’s Historic Sites
Listing of the Corona Historic Preservation Society’s historic markers.

Corona’s History
A detailed history of the City of Corona.

Heritage Park
510 West Foothill Parkway
(951) 898-0687

Corona Heritage Park is a non-profit enterprise created to endow a historic resource for the origins and early industries of the City of Corona encompassed by a cultural and visual arts center. More Info...

Golf Courses

Cresta Verde Golf Course
1295 Cresta Road
(951) 737-2255
Daily 6 am-sundown

Cresta Verde Golf Course is an 18-hole golf course open to the public for a fee. It includes a lighted driving range, practice greens, golf club rentals, snack bar, tournaments, proshop golf, and twilight and senior rates.

Eagle Glen Golf Club
1800 Eagle Glen Parkway
(951) 272-4653
Daily 5:30 am-sundown

Eagle Glen Golf Club, Corona’s newest, is open to the public for a fee. It includes a driving range, practice greens, chipping area with bunker, golf club rentals, a clubhouse including banquet facilities, a pro shop, etc., tournaments, and twilight rates.

Green River Golf Club
5215 Green River Road
(951) 737-7393
Daily 5:30 am-7:30 pm

Green River Golf Club, located where Riverside, Orange and Los Angeles counties converge, is open to the public for a fee. It offers two championship public courses, driving range, new putting course, new clubhouse, restaurant, lounge, and banquet facilities.

Mountain View Country Club
2121 Mountain View Drive
(951) 737-9798
Daily 5:30 am-sundown

Mountain View Country Club is an 18-hole golf course open to the public for a fee. It includes practice greens, golf club rentals, a snack bar, tournaments, and twilight and senior rates.

Specialty Attractions

Arctic Fun Zone
4375 Prado Road, Suite 104
(951) 739-9555
Open Play Times: Tuesdays 5:30 to 8:30pm and Wednesdays 11:00am to 2:00pm
Available for private party rentals and special occasions

Arctic Fun Zone is an indoor playground which features custom inflatables, games, and fun for the entire family. For more information and pricing please visit their website at: http://thearcticfunzone.com.

Fender Museum of Music and the Arts
365 North Main Street
(951) 735-2440
Fri, 11 am-4 pm; Sat, 2-5 pm

The new Fender Museum of Music and the Arts' on 365 N. Main Street opened on July 13, 2002 with a Grand Opening celebration. The new facility - a 33,000 square foot building - is a museum and educational facility complete with classrooms, a 48-track digital recording studio, outdoor amphitheater, gift shop, and a Visual Arts Gallery.

Under the Kids Rock Free Program Fender Museum began providing free lessons in piano, guitar, drums, bass and combo bad classes to children ranging in age from 7 to 17. Currently over 400 hundred children per week take advantage of these free educational opportunities.

Glen Ivy Hot Springs Spa
25000 Glen Ivy Road
(951) 277-3529
Daily 9:30 am-6 pm April-October; 9:30 am-5 pm November-March

Admission limited to guests 16 years & older except on three Family Days (Memorial Day Monday, July 4th, and Labor Day Monday)

Professional body services, salon treatments, soothing mineral water, and California’s only red clay mud bath, "Club Mud," are offered in this secluded canyon spa.

Laser tag is the highlight of this family fun center; video games, a golf simulator, and a baseball simulator are also offered.

Pole Position Raceway
1594 Bentley Drive
(951) 817-5032
Mon-Thu, 11am-9pm; Fri, 11am-12 midnight; Sat, 9am-12 midnight; Sun 11am-6pm

Minimum height is 48" for kid's karts and 56" for adult karts. There are also adult karts with hand controls for handicapped drivers. Indoor kart racing with speeds up to 45 MPH on a 1/4-mile road course. Other activities include; video games, pool tables, air hockey and more.

Quality West Wing

Offering free educational fieldtrips for children ages 4th through 12th grade discussing the Constitution, influential presidents and the three branches of government. The tour culminates with a walk through a full-scale replica of the Oval Office. Schools and community groups welcome by appointment 8 to 5 Tuesday through Friday. Call (951) 808-1676 or look on our website at www.QualityWestWing.com.

Tom’s Farms
23900 Temescal Canyon Road
(951) 277-9992
Daily, 8 am-8 pm

Begun more than 30 years ago as a produce and fruit stand, Tom’s Farms has expanded to offer a variety of eating places and several shopping opportunities serving the Temecula Valley, including an outdoor craft faire during summer weekends.

Uncle Bud's Automotive Museum

Enjoy a journey through automotive history detailing the exciting changes and technological innovations that have characterized the ever-evolving automotive industry. School groups free (by appointment only, please). Students will receive information about area automotive technical schools. Phone (951) 808-1684 or view our website at www.unclebuds.org.

Movie Theater

Edwards Corona Crossing Stadium 18
2650 Tuscany Street
(951) 582-0872

Edwards Corona 15 Cinemas
351 West Rincon Avenue
(951) 279-1160

Krikorian Theatres 15 at Dos Lagos
2710 Lakeshore Drive
(951) 667-4242

Please call theaters for showtimes and listings.


 For more information view the City of Corona Webpage:




Animal Control: 736-2309
Vector Conrol: 340-9792
Construction site noise complaint: Building and Safety: 736-2250
Curbs and Gutter issues:  Public Works: 736-2301
Fire Hazard: 736-2220
Motor Homes parked on streets: Police Department: 736-2334
Tree Maintenance for streets: 736-2241
Sidewalks and Streets: Public Works: 736-2301
Street Lights: Public Works: 736-2301
Street Sweeping: 736-2301
Weed Abatement: 736-2301
Urban Forestry- Trees: 817-5728

Utility Billing

The following information is from the City of Corona Department of Water and Power, Utility Billing division website:

On your first billing statement from the City of Corona, a new account set-up fee will be listed. This fee is a one-time charge which is paid to offset the cost of creating accounting and computer records, reading the meter and/or turning on the water service.

You will be billed every month. Your monthly bill may include the following services and fees based upon your type of residence:

  • Water charge: includes usage and a "ready to serve charge." The "ready to serve" charge is for water service connection and shall be paid by all users connected to the water system, whether or not any water is actually used.
  • Sewer service charge: if connected to the City sewer system.
  • Trash & recycling charge: If in the service area. This charge applies whether or not the trash service is actually used.

The first bill may contain a prorated trash charge for days of service, plus an advance charge to establish service. This advance payment will be credited to your final bill.

Please call (951)736-2321 to establish new service.

If you have any questions about Corona’s City services, please call City Hall at (951) 736-2201 during normal business hours, or (951) 736-2400 for 24 hour information.

Protecting the Environment

The City of Corona is committed to improving air quality by using alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) in its fleet. AFVs significantly reduce tail pipe emissions.

City ordinance strictly prohibits the discharge of polluted runoff into storm drains. Whatever goes down the storm drain flows directly into local rivers and streams. To help remind residents of this, the city has a storm drain stencil program whereby local students work to stencil the words "ONLY RAIN IN THE DRAIN" on storm drain inlets. For information on the City's Storm Water/Clean Water Protection program, call (951) 736-2248. To report illegal dumping, or a clogged storm drain, call (951) 736-2301.

Waste Management (the City's refuse hauler) offers curbside recycling of used motor oil. Transfer the used oil into a clean milk jug container and call Waste Management at (800) 423-9986 to schedule the oil pickup. Leave the containers (up to 5 gallons) out on the curb for your next scheduled trash day. Remember: Do not mix used oil with other liquids such as gasoline or antifreeze.

Home Improvements?

As you settle into your new home, we are sure that you will have questions regarding what types of improvements you can make. The following information is designed to assist you as you plan your home improvement projects.

The City of Corona Building and Planning Departments review all applications for building permits within the City for residential, commercial and industrial construction. Residential permits consist of new homes, but also room additions, patio covers, block walls, fences, swimming pools, spas, balconies, concrete, sprinklers and miscellaneous electrical, plumbing and mechanical work.

The Building Department operates under the guidelines of the Uniform Building Code (UBC) with amendments adopted by State law and City ordinance. The purpose of the UBC is to provide minimum standards to safeguard life, health, property and public welfare by regulating and controlling the design, construction, quality of materials, use and occupancy, location and maintenance of all buildings.

Before you begin a project at your home, call the Building Department at (951) 736-2250 to determine if you need a permit. Call the Planning Department at (951) 736-2262 to determine if you have proper zoning.

Before any permit is processed, you will need to supply a copy of your plot plan. A plot plan can be drawn on 8 ½" x 11" paper. It will need to include all four property lines, including the sidewalk and street. Once you have all the property lines, draw an outline of your house as close to scale as possible. After this is complete, measure from your house to each of the four property lines and write that dimension on your plot plan.

Trash Collection Service

Welcome to the City of Corona's Solid Waste and Recycling Programs. These programs have been specifically designed for all residents city-wide. Resident participation assists the City in meeting State mandated recycling goals by reducing the amount of recycled products currently being disposed of at landfills.

Every year Corona residents generate over 72,000 tons of trash and recyclables. Due to the residential recycling efforts, nearly half of this is being recycled through the curbside recycling and green waste programs.

Waste Management, contracted hauler for refuse and recycling services, provides Corona residents with one 96-gallon cart for regular trash, one 96-gallon cart for green waste and one 96-gallon cart for commingled recyclables.

This fully automated system allows for an aesthetically pleasing appearance on city streets, while eliminating the unsightliness of trash day. All trash, green waste and recyclables will be collected once a week on the same day by different trucks.

Cart Placement

  • Carts should be placed in the street or alley with the lids closed.
  • Wheels must be against the curb.
  • Carts should be placed at least 3 feet from each other and at least seven feet away from any obstructions such as vehicles, mail boxes or fire hydrants.

Regular Trash

Regular trash must be placed into the 96-gallon black cart (or green cart with black lid depending on the availability in your neighborhood). This cart has the capacity of three regular trash cans. All trash must be in this cart. Refuse outside of the cart, will not be collected.

The maximum weight of a 96-gallon cart is 180 pounds and 100 pounds for a 64-gallon cart. To avoid a cart from being partially emptied, please do not compress the contents. This may restrict the automated collection system from completely discharging all materials.

Holiday Schedule

Waste Management observes the following holidays:

  • New Years Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day (July 4th)
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day

If your regular collection day falls on one of these holidays your trash, green waste and recycling will be delayed one day for the rest of that week only. If you have any questions about your trash service, please call Waste Management Customer Service at (800) 423-9986.


City of Corona Fixed Route Service, he CORONA CRUISER
is designed to meet various transit needs of the community. Corona Cruiser runs along pre-designated Blue Line and Red Line fixed routes. Both routes offer commuter service to and from North Main Corona Metrolink Station during peak commuting hours.  Go to Corona website to read more about this affordable transportation service and and view route maps and schedules.

Corona Dial a Ride is
an on-demand, shared-ride public transportation system available to all members of the community. It serves the City of Corona and portions of Riverside County on an "as -available" basis. To schedule a ride, call Dial-A-Ride at (951) 734-7220.

Park and Ride is a public/private partnership between property owners, Caltrans and the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC). Park and Rides are strategically located parking lots (either privately or state owned) that are free of charge. to anyone who parks a vehicle and commutes by transit, buspool or in a carpool. These sites are available to commuters 7 days a week, 24 hours a day unless otherwise posted at the site. Parking at Metrolink stations is strictly for rail users only.

Other Public Transportation Sites

  • To obtain Metrolink Trains information, call 1-800-371-LINK (5465)
  • To plan a trip using public transportation, and/or find a rideshare partner, call 1-866-RIDESHARE (743-3742)

*Information deemed reliable but may not be accurate