Located in Orange County, Yorba Linda is a suburban community that is known for its clean environment and family-friendly atmosphere. It is a part of the Los Angeles metropolitan area and borders Anaheim and Placentia on the south, Corona on the east and Chino Hills on the north. The population was 65,237 at the 2010 census.

Yorba Linda is home to the Richard Nixon Presidential Library & Museum. It features replicas of the Lincoln Sitting Room and the house where President Nixon was born. It also collects research material and presents a balanced view of the life of the president. It is located on the grounds of the home that the president lived in until his death in 1972.

The Yorba Linda Public Library is a two-story building with multimedia services, special collections, study rooms, and community rooms. It offers special events and classes for all ages. It also hosts a Bookbug Club for grades K-3. The Susanna Bixby Bryant Ranch House and Botanic Garden is a smaller museum with late Victorian furniture and Native American artifacts.

The city has over 100 miles of hiking and walking trails, including the El Cajon Trail which is four miles long and passes the Yorba Linda Community Center. During the winter, the city receives 14 to 15 inches of rain a year and temperatures average around 63 degF (17 degC). In the summer, temperatures are comfortable. The climate is transitional between hot and cool Mediterranean weather.

The Yorba Linda Oil Field is located on the north side of Bastanchury Rd. It is a 13-acre site that is operated by the Department of Conservation. The site was originally part of the Yorba Linda Oil Field and has five abandoned oil wells. In the 1960s, the Orange County Board of Supervisors took possession of the property. In the late 2000s, SECOR/Stantec performed work on the site.

The town has a robust local economy and a thriving job market. Over 1,500 home-based businesses are located in the city. It is also home to STEMpowerment Inc., a non-profit organization that provides education and technology to children and adults in the community.

The city is considered to be one of the safest places to live in Southern California. The population is comprised of over three-quarters white and only two percent are black. The median income is $109,681 in 2007. The household median income was $36,173 in 2006. The city’s senior population is higher than the national average. The city’s average household rent is about $382, a 3% increase from the previous year. In the past year, the average home sale price was about $391. The average price per square foot was about $382.

Those looking for a family-friendly community with a strong local economy and a great quality of life should consider living in Yorba Linda. The city’s award-winning schools, excellent parks and recreational facilities, and a growing school district make it a top choice for families.

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