High Desert living in Victorville offers outstanding opportunities for plentiful, secure employment, home ownership, higher education, safe neighborhoods and nearby desert, lake and mountain recreation. Victorville has 20 parks, a municipal golf course, highly rated schools and truly affordable housing, from entry-level to executive housing.

There’s Always Lots To Do.

Victorville lies at the heart of Southern California attractions, from beautiful beaches on the Pacific coast to hiking, camping and skiing in the San Bernardino Mountains. Outdoor activity is a mainstay in weather-friendly Victorville. Year-round moderate temperatures make it perfect for swimming, golf, team sports and children’s activities. With 20 city parks, including the 52-acre Rockview Nature Park, discovering outdoor fun is easy in Victorville. Other area attractions include the Route 66 Museum and the San Bernardino County Fair held each spring.

Victorville’s location allows for an easy drive to Southern California’s beaches, ski resorts in the nearby San Bernardino Mountains and hiking, camping and off-road adventures.

Retail at your doorstep.

With rapid growth comes the need for more commercial development, and Victorville is the shopping destination of the High Desert. Major retail outlets include the 500,000 sq. ft. Mall of Victor Valley, Dunia Plaza just south of the Mall of Victor Valley and the Desert Plazas at I-15 and Roy Rogers. Victorville also supports numerous neighborhood shopping centers.

Dining options in Victorville are varied and Victorville’s Restaurant Row includes establishments such as Chili’s, Applebee’s, Panera Bread, Pancho Villa’s, Mimi’s Café and Roadhouse Bar & Grill.

Experience high season changes.

Victorville’s high desert is the ideal place to live, work and play any time of year. At 2,875 feet above sea level, Victorville’s dry, high desert climate welcomes a taste of all seasons, from cool springs and falls, hot, sunny summers and winters that sometimes bring light snow. Average rainfall is approximately 3.9 inches per year. Summer temps can reach the 100s.

*Based on a 2009 survey.