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Ontario hotels, Ontario real estate, Ontario history, map on Ontario
Ontario hotels, Ontario real estate, Ontario history, map on Ontario
Ontario hotels, Ontario real estate, Ontario history, map on Ontario Ontario hotels, Ontario real estate, Ontario history, map on Ontario
Ontario California is one of the state's first planned communities. Known as "The Model Colony", Ontario is a leader in transportation and other fields. Today with a population of about 150,000, Ontario continues to lead the Inland Empire thru the 21st century, yet it retains a sense of tradition and small town charm.

Over $1 Billion worth of construction activity is now taking place in Ontario. First class Ontario hotels and restaurants, as well as projects such as the Ontario Mills Mall, the Ontario Convention Center, and the expansion of the Ontario International Airport will continue to help support Ontario's diverse and growing economy. The Edwards 53 screen theater by Ontario Mills creates the largest and one of the busiest cinema attractions in the world.The development of the 8,200 acre Agricultural Preserve will allow Ontario to ontinue to provide high quality housing to all economic sectors of the population for years to come.

Ontario's location in the sun-belt assures mild, Mediterranean weather with brisk winters and pleasantly cool summer nights. Temperatures vary during the seasons, typically falling between 45 degrees and 90 degrees Fahrenheit. With an elevation of 925 feet, Ontario averages 312 days of sunshine per year.
The mild weather allows residents to enjoy Ontario's many parks as well as the nearby Orange County and San Diego attractions including Disneyland, Knotts Berry Farm and Sea World. Close to the San Bernardino Mountains, residents can also enjoy world-class skiing at Big Bear during the winter months.

Historical Fact: Ontario, California was founded in 1882 by George and William Chaffey. The Chaffeys grew up along side the water in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, where the St. Lawrence River, with its Thousand Islands, begins to open up into Lake Ontario. "Ontario" itself comes from an Iroquois word for "sparkling water."