Eastvale, California, is a city in northwestern Riverside County. Eastvale has evolved from a dairy farm enclave in the 1990s to a developed city today. This beautiful town was fully incorporated on October 1, 2010, and had 69,757 residents as of the 2020 census. The name Eastvale comes from the phrase “East Vale,” which the Riverside County Board of Commissioners designated as a school district in 1893.
Eastvale was once a rural area mainly dominated by dairy farms and agriculture. At the time, the area began to suburbanize in order to accommodate the inflow of individuals seeking more affordable homes from Orange and Los Angeles counties. MONEY ranked Eastvale, California, the #1 best place to live in California and the 17th best place to live in America. These lists were compiled utilizing over sixty different parameters, such as taxation, education, and access to health care, among others.