Welcome to Anaheim, home of the Happiest Place on Earth ~ The original Disneyland. In addition Anaheim is know for Angel’s baseball and the Ducks. It’s also home to about residents and and entertainment alike, it’s the 10th largest city in the state.
According to the city in the 2018/2019: “The City of Anaheim is home to over 357,000 residents, 16,000 businesses and is visited by more than 25
million guests. With the world renowned Disneyland Resort as the main attraction, mild temperatures and close proximity to beaches, mountains and deserts, it is little wonder that Anaheim is the focus of southern California.”
There’s a wonderful mix of residential housing with a wide variety of prices. In addition travelers can find about 20,000+ hotel rooms. The city generates about 28% of general revenue from the hotel/occupancy tax.
The city size is 52 square miles.
Average household size is 3.45.
The median age is a youthful 32 years old.
The city has 44 parks including this one of the left, George Washington park in the heart of the city.
This special park is like a step back in time, it’s surrounded by California Craftsman style homes.
The city is served by 7 Schools Districts
60 Elementary Schools ~ 11 Middle Schools ~ 10 High Schools
If you lived in Anaheim you would be:
15 ~ miles from Long Beach Airport
15 ~ miles from John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana
30 ~ miles to LAX, Los Angeles International Airport
35 ~ miles to Ontario Airport
The city owns two 18 hole golf courses.
Major transportation includes: The Santa Ana Freeway (I-5), the Orange Freeway (CA-57), the Riverside Freeway (CA-91) all pass through Anaheim. The Costa Mesa Freeway (CA-55), and the Eastern Transportation Corridor (CA-241) also have short stretches in the eastern area of Anaheim Hills. In addition, Amtrak California and Metrolink services are available.