The Hermosa Valley Greenbelt offers a cool and peaceful escape, just minutes from the beach. The Rio Hondo River Trail runs for 17 miles along a partially canalized tributary of the San Gabriel River and runs from San Clemente Beach to the Pacific Ocean. It stretches for 1.5 miles along the Los Angeles County coast and is one of our most important railroads in the region. From the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains, it stretches into the Pacific Ocean and includes a total of 14 km of hiking, biking and children's trails.
The city borders Los Angeles County and is bordered by the San Gabriel River, the Santa Monica Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Then it is just a few miles from the Orange County coast and a short drive from San Clemente Beach.
Artesia Boulevard runs at the southern end of the city, Leffingwell Road crosses the northern end and Beach Boulevard and SR-39 briefly cross it at the eastern end. Interstate 5 runs through L.A. County, while Beach Blvd, CA 39 passes East Coast Airport and Los Angeles County Convention Center to the west and passes Orange County Fairgrounds and San Clemente Beach to the east.
The scenic University Trail begins with a connection to the San Diego Creek Trail and runs east along University Drive in Irvine's south. The short Upper Bay Trailarc passes through Upper Newport Bay Nature Park and the Orange County Fairgrounds in Newport Beach as well as the University of Southern California.
The city bordering Orange County is home to the Los Angeles County Fairgrounds and the University of Southern California, as well as Irvine International Airport. The city on the border with the city of Irvine is the largest city in the county with about 2.5 million inhabitants. It borders San Bernardino County to the north, San Mateo County to the south and Santa Ana County to the east.
La Mirada public education is administered by the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), which is based in neighboring Norwalk. There are two public schools, Rio Hondo High School and the University of Southern California, as well as two private schools.
The department serves the central part of the city and maintains a police station in Norwalk, the second largest police station in the city. Norwalking Station is also responsible for providing contracted police services to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department (LACSD) and the San Fernando Valley Fire Department.
Metrolink operates in the right-of-way, and the next stop to La Mirada is the Norwalk Station of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro). The main arteries running from south to north are Beverly Hills Boulevard, Santa Monica Boulevard and San Fernando Street. Metrolinks operates commuter trains on this driveway and is the closest station to LaMirada. The nearest train stations in El Segundo, San Gabriel Valley, El Cajon and El Dorado are all within walking distance, except for El Cerrito and Santa Ana.
Union Pacific Railroad operates a rail line along Interstate 5 serving the cities of La Mirada, El Segundo, San Gabriel Valley and El Cajon. Locomotive 35, stationed on Cerritos and Artesia Boulevards, covers the industrial areas of this city, south of Interstate 4 and north of I-5, as well as the San Fernando Valley. Union Atlantic Railroad, a member of the Southern California Railway Company (SCR), operates rail lines on Interstate 5 serving the cities of El Cerrito, Santa Ana, Los Angeles and Santa Monica, California.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the city has a population of 1,813,926 (2010) and an area of 1.2 million hectares. The city is behaving like a rural community with an average annual per capita income of about $25,000 and an annual unemployment rate of 3.1%, according to United Nations estimates, at the time of the 2010 census.
At the 2000 census, a total of 1,813,926 people (1.1% of the total population) lived in the city. The census showed that of the persons living in households, 2,586 (5.3%) lived in non-institutionalised group quarters and 271 (0.6%) in institutionalised quarters. In the census, reported the number of living households (2,586) and of them, 2 of which the 586 (3.0%) live in non-institutionalized group quarters and the 271 (0%).
The population is divided among the 13.8% of the population who are 65 years or older, and 2.5% of them are under 35 years of age. The population was divided into the age group of 13 (8%) 55 years and older and the other 2 (1.1%).
The city of La Mirada, officially founded on March 23, 1960, is the second largest city in Los Angeles County and the third largest in the state of California. In the early 20th century, LaMirada was part of Los Nietos Disseno, but the original area was divided into other smaller parts, including Rancho Los Coyotes.