A Diamond in the Valley- San Jacinto CA

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AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN SAN JACINTO, CALIFORNIA

A Home and An Investment

Housing

San Jacinto offers a variety of affordable houses.  Prices range from $200,000 to $350,000+. From first-time buyers to retirees, San Jacinto offers the communities you are looking for.

The major housing developers are listed here: DR Horton, KB Home, RSI TheNewHouse, JD Pierce, and Lennar Communities.  Not only are the homes affordable, but they are also quality homes that will only gain equity as this town grows with the new Soboba Resort.

An Overview of San Jacinto, California:

San Jacinto Power Offers the choice of energy providers, competitive pricing, and higher renewable content (using energy from a source that is not depleted, for example, wind power or solar power.)

San Jacinto Trails Master Plan is a plan for a fully connected (to parks, employment, schools, public transit, city amenities), multi-use (walking, biking), non-motorized trails network.

Soboba Casino the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians’ Casino Replacement Facility and Resort Project is completed. It just opened this March 2019.

What’s special about living in San Jacinto? #1 answer – affordable housing

Why does this community stand out to you? It’s a welcoming community of all walks of life

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School District Highlights

  • San Jacinto High School was selected as one of five Inland Empire schools to display San Bernardino artist Ivan Preciado’s Refine mural, created for last year’s Vibe Festival of Wellness event.
  • On March 9, 2018, San Jacinto Police Department and San Jacinto Unified School District announced a school anti-violence campaign called “Cultivating a Community of Caring.”
  • State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced on Tuesday, February 13, 2018, that Mountain View High School (MVHS) is one of 32 schools designated as a 2018 Model Continuation High School (MCHS).
  • On Tuesday, September 5, 2017, California Casualty formally congratulated San Jacinto Leadership Academy (SJLA) for being named one of California’s Gold Ribbon Schools for 2017.

Map of Parks: http://www.ci.san-jacinto.ca.us/residents/pdfs/SJ_Parks_upd_092611.pdf

Downtown Specific Plan- The Specific Plan will contribute to:

  • Creation of a mixed-use, compact and multi-modal environment; (In other words, a type of urban development that blends residential, commercial, cultural, institutional, or entertainment uses, where those functions are physically and functionally integrated, and that provides pedestrian connections.)
  • Promotion of sustainable principles in design and development; (In other words, eliminate negative environmental impact completely through skillful, sensitive design.)
  • Enhancement of the pedestrian scale and function of the built environment; (In other words, making pedestrian use better within the already built areas, like roads and buildings.)
  • Establishment of a complementary mix of cultural uses, public spaces, and outdoor activities; (In other words, spaces that welcome all walks of life.)
  • Stronger connections with local neighborhoods and connectivity with mobility options; (In other words, connecting with the town’s residents and the town’s amenities through various ways of transportation so all have access.)
  • Promoting a family-oriented, culturally-enriched healthy lifestyle; (In other words, a place where families feel safe to bring their kids and celebrate their culture as well as celebrate and appreciate other cultures.)
  • Celebration and reinforcement of San Jacinto’s character and history;
  • Enhancement of economic development successes in the area; (Economic development can include employment, social and environmental objectives as well.)
  • Support for future regional transportation and transit planning objectives; and
  • Positioning the City to be highly competitive in securing future grant funding and alternative funding and financing options

THINGS TO DO IN SAN JACINTO

Art and Culture

Walk the beautiful Conservation Garden located at Estudillo Heritage Park Water Conservation Education Garden.

Visit the historic Estudillo Mansion.

Contact the Museum Association to volunteer and/or receive their bi-monthly newsletter.

Visit the Soboba Casino and Resort. Concerts and Events, fine dining and relaxation are sure to occupy your time.

Enjoy a day at the many parks in the area.

Given by the Hemet/San Jacinto Chamber of Commerce as a list of 52 reasons to visit the San Jacinto Valley. I say these are also 52 reasons to live in the San Jacinto Valley. Here is their list:

  1. The San Jacinto Valley is a tourism destination in Southern California.
  2. Perfect for family exploration, so much California history is found here.
  3. Extensive outdoor recreation possibilities, from easy to extreme, from mountain to desert terrain.
  4. Excellent location for Snowbirds in the heart of Southern California.
  5. Six, count them, six lakes in the area.
  6. A variety of seasonal and multicultural events.
  7. Mastodons were our first visitors, you can see them at the acclaimed Western Science Center.
  8. Home to “California’s Official Outdoor Play” – The Ramona Pageant.
  9. We celebrate the Native American influence of our Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians which dates back 1,000 years.
  10. The natural beauty in the San Jacinto Valley takes your breath away.
  11. Idyllwild is our mountain neighbor, just a scenic drive away.
  12. San Jacinto Valley weather features over 340 days of sunshine, it never gets too hot or too cold.
  13. Enjoy the fall Harvest Festival in Hemet.
  14. Estudillo Mansion is all that remains of a 35,000 acre Mexican land grant given to Jose Antonio Estudillo in 1842.
  15. Diamond Valley Lake Visitor Center hosts hands-on exhibits regarding the building of the lake along with a small sample of ice age fossils and more.
  16. Estudillo Heritage Park Water Conservation Education Garden educates visitors about the beauty and water saving benefits of planting drought tolerant and native California plants.
  17. Play with exhibits and learn about the world at Fingerprints Youth Museum for children.
  18. Hemet Museum presents a panorama of local history in the freight house of Hemet’s Historic Santa Fe Depot.
  19. Since 1923 “Ramona” has delighted audiences of all ages. The Ramona Bowl Museum celebrates the history of California’s “Official Outdoor Play.”
  20. San Jacinto Valley Museum is located on the grounds of the Estudillo Mansion and filled with Southern California history and artifacts relating to the San Jacinto Valley.
  21. Enjoy a permanent collection of antique bridal gowns and accessories from the Victorian era at the Victorian Bridal Museum.
  22. Wonderful antiquing is found throughout the Valley.
  23. Visit Hemet’s Historical Maze Stone, a prehistoric petroglyph.
  24. Stop by the Soviet Transpolar Record Flight Site where in 1937 three Russian aviators completed a transpolar flight from Moscow establishing a new world’s nonstop distance record.
  25. The Soboba Casino Resort features 2,000 slot machines and more than 20 Table Games.
  26. Valley Wide Recreation & Parks District maintains 60 miles of streetscapes, 76 parks, 9 community centers, and two aquatic centers in the San Jacinto Valley.
  27. Valley-Wide Recreation’s Aquatic Center is a heated 25-yard outdoor pool with zero depth entry, fountain sprayers and activity toys for small children, yet great for all ages.
  28. Culture thrives in the San Jacinto Valley thanks to the Diamond Valley Arts Council and their programs.
  29. Explore Simpson Park, a 483-acre wilderness park located in the Santa Rosa Hills south of the Valley and features hiking and biking trails along with a spectacular view of the entire San Jacinto Valley.
  30. Hiking in the San Jacinto and adjacent San Jacinto mountains offers beautiful wildflowers, towering pines, distant views, spectacular sunrises and sunsets.
  31. Come bike, hike, ride your horse, or simply stroll the Diamond Valley Lake Trails.
  32. Including Idyllwild, Pine Cove, Garner Valley and San Jacinto and Santa Rosa Mountains you’ll find plenty to do in the San Jacinto – Santa Rosa Mountains Recreation Area.
  33. You’ll find 20+ wonderful hikes in the San Jacinto Ranger District in the San Bernardino National Forest.
  34. The summit of Mount San Jacinto, in Mount San Jacinto State Park, stands 10,834 feet above sea level, and is the second highest mountain range in Southern California.
  35. If you love paragliding, Soboba Soaring offers one of the most consistent sites in Southern California and can be flown year-round.
  36. For golf enthusiasts, the San Jacinto Valley offers public courses that feature both 9 and 18 holes and are suitable for beginners and those who enjoy championship play.
  37. Camping, in this day and age, can be in a tent or a luxury RV. From wilderness to civilization ~ your experience can be whatever you want it to be!
  38. For fishing, boating, hiking, wildflowers and more – Diamond Valley Lake has it all.
  39. Lake Hemet is surrounded by the majestic beauty of the San Jacinto Mountains. The scenery is breathtaking no matter which direction your gaze travels.
  40. Little Lake & Reflection Lake are two more wonderful lakes in the San Jacinto Valley.
  41. Love Off Roading? The San Bernardino National Forest has had a system of designated Off-Highway Vehicle routes in place for more than 30 years.
  42. Road Cycling & Mountain Biking is extremely popular and trails are found throughout the Valley.
  43. Whether you are an experienced trail runner or a ‘couch to 5k’ in training, the San Jacinto Valley offers a multitude of running
  44. Hurkey Creek is a popular destination for camping, hiking and mountain biking enthusiasts
  45. Experience Golden Village Palms, California’s largest luxury RV Resort.
  46. San Jacinto Valley is home to a wide variety of RV Parks.
  47. 1,000’s of bats that migrate each summer – watch via Fairview Street bridge.
  48. The San Jacinto Agricultural Festival happens each September and celebrates the agricultural influences in the Valley.
  49. Birding Tours are hosted by the Eastern Municipal Water district fall through spring.
  50. The Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians hosts their Annual Soboba Inter-Tribal Pow Wow each September drawing thousands of visitors.
  51. Two outstanding Farmers’ Markets are found in the Valley year-round with an abundance of locally grown items.
  52. With strong Native American, Hispanic and Agricultural influences come unleash your spirit in the San Jacinto Valley.

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