The City's 4 miles of highly accessible and visible freeway frontage along Interstate 10, which carries over 484,000 vehicles daily, is the City's prominent commercial corridor. Businesses within the corridor include a super regional shopping center, a regional power center, professional office buildings, a destination entertainment center and a major auto plaza.
Centralized Location & Convenient Access:
- Located 20 miles from major metropolitan hubs in Southern California, including: San Bernardino, Orange and Los Angeles Counties.
- Located within Los Angeles County, West Covina is situated in one of the largest metropolitan areas in the United States.
- The City is within ideal proximity to regional business and transportation hubs in Downtown Los Angeles, Glendale, Burbank, Irvine, Long Beach and Ontario.
- The City offers convenient accessibility to the Los Angeles International Airport, Ontario International Airport, Burbank Airport and John Wayne Airport.
- Close proximity to the Port of Long Beach and the Port of Los Angeles.
- Railroads serving West Covina, include the Transcontinental Union Pacific and Burlington Northern and Santa Fe railroads.
Exceptional Freeway Visibility & Access:
Over 484,000 daily commuters and 170 million annual vehicular trips travel along West Covina's section of the Interstate 10.
- West Covina has over 13.5 million square feet of commercial property along the Interstate 10.
- Additional freeways serving West Covina include: Interstate 605, Interstate 210, State Highway 60, State Highway 57, and State Route 71.
Outstanding Natural Landscape:
West Covina offers extremely favorable climate conditions and proximity to many geographically diverse environments.
- Mediterranean-like climate with average summer high temperature of 89-degrees.
- The City has a panoramic skyline of the San Gabriel Mountains and Downtown Los Angeles.
- The City's geographic location places it within close proximity to many diverse natural environments: the California coastline, seasonal snow-capped San Bernardino and San Gabriel Mountains, Big Bear Lake and Lake Arrowhead, Catalina Island and the Mojave Desert.