Presentation on theme: "By Kinsey. Chino Hills Map Rankings 2004-Ranked 8 th best place to live in the west with a population under 100,000. 2008-Ranked 13 th Safest City in."— Presentation transcript:
Rankings 2004-Ranked 8 th best place to live in the west with a population under 100,000. 2008-Ranked 13 th Safest City in the U.S. 2007-Ranked 6th Highest Median Household Income in the U.S.
Weather On average, the warmest month is August. December is the average coolest month. The highest recorded temperature was 113°F in 2006. The lowest recorded temperature was 21°F in 1963. The maximum average precipitation occurs in February. On average they receive about 16 in. of precipitation.
Population Facts The 2011 population is 75,928. 32.9% are under age 18. Only 4.2% are 65 and older. 50.3% are female.
Schools Elementary: Butterfield Ranch, Chaparral, Country Springs, Eagle Canyon, Gerald F. Litel, Glenmeade, Hidden Trails, Michael G. Whitman, Oak Ridge, and Rolling Ridge Elementary. Middle School: Canyon Hills and Robert O. Townsend Middle School. High School: Boys Republic, Chino Hills, and Ruben S. Ayala High School.
Seasonal Events In Spring they include: Earth Day, Breakfast With the Easter Bunny, and Spring Fling Horse Show. In Summer they include: Pet Fun Day, Old Fashioned 4 th Of July Picnic, and National Night Out. In Fall they include: Chino Hills Day at the L.A. County Fair, Fall Harvest Day, and Haunted Hike. In Winter they include: Letters To Santa, Chino Hills Boat Parade, and Snow Day.