Victorville is situated approximately 97 miles Northeast of Los Angeles and 35 miles northeast of San Bernardino. It is just north of the San Bernardino mountains, at the edge of the Mojave desert. Interstate 15 and State Highway 18 intersect near the heart of the city and Victorville is bordered on the west by State Highway 395. Major trucking and rail routes run through the area. Victorville is conveniently close to Southern California Logistics Airport and within 30-40 minutes of Ontario International Airport.

City of Victorville
Victor Elementary School District
Victor Valley Union High School District
Victorville Branch Library

Local residents are able to enjoy a night at the theater or a day at the fair all in their own backyard. The Victor Valley offers numerous recreational options. The Performing Arts Center, located on the Victor Valley College campus, provides a wide variety of cultural entertainment including concerts, speakers, plays, musicals, and more.
Old Town Victorville boasts an eclectic selection of antique stores and specialty shops and is home to the nostalgic Route 66 Museum. The Victor Valley Museum, located at Jess Ranch in Apple Valley, provides a look at local history, and the Apple Valley Science and Technology Center gives kids of all ages a glimpse of the future.
The San Bernardino County Fair in Victorville livens up each spring with carnival rides, livestock competitions, exhibits, a rodeo, a demolition derby, celebrity concerts and much more. Throughout the year the fairgrounds plays host to many other activities including the annual High Desert Opportunity Business Outlook Conference, Home & Garden Show, and Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular.
Among the other cultural and recreational options are the High Desert Mavericks, a championship triple A baseball team located on the city's western border in Adelanto. There are 13 city parks, as well as teen centers, baseball diamonds, tennis and racquet ball courts and so much more. The City also boasts movie theaters, golf courses, and over a hundred restaurants serving everything from fast food to gourmet cuisine.

The residential population of Victorville is approaching 78,000 and is growing rapidly. Estimates suggest that this figure more than doubles during business hours to accommodate the needs of the more than 300,000 people who call the Victor Valley home.
The Victor Valley includes the communities of Adelanto, Apple Valley, Hesperia, Lucerne Valley, Oak Hills, Phelan, and Wrightwood. Victorville is the business hub of the area and draws consumers from well beyond its immediate area. It is the largest commercial center between San Bernardino and the Nevada border.
Victorville is home to the largest enclosed regional shopping center between San Bernardino and Las Vegas. The Mall of Victor Valley is anchored by major department stores such as the Gottschalks, J.C. Penney, Mervyns, and Sears. Kohl Department Store has also located to Victorville within the past couple of years, making it the newest retailer in the City. Victorville also offers many other retail facilities for consumers.


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