The City of Norco is located in the west side of Riverside County and was previously part of North Corona. The city separated from Corona and incorporated in December of 1964.
Norco is known for its small town charm and equestrian lifestyle. Nicknamed “Horsetown USA”, Norco offers 130 miles of horse trails, the Ingalls Equestrian Center, riding trails throughout the city instead of sidewalks and you’ll likely find hitching posts next to parking spaces. Nestled among rugged hills, you will find quaint city streets and a community with traditional values.
In addition to equestrian lifestyle, Norco offers plenty of parks, with play areas, covered picnic areas and sports fields. The Community center offers plenty of recreational and sports programs, and classes for a wide of ages.
The Eldridge Senior Center in Norco provides a variety of activities for the 50+ community including crafts, exercise programs, and a popular 1.4 acre community area where seniors can grow and harvest their own gardens.
As in many others areas of the Inland Empire, Norco has a warm Mediterranean climate with cool winters and hot summers. Winters temperatures are often around 65 degrees and summers average in the 90s but can often see temps rise above 100 degrees.
There are three neighborhoods in Norco: Norco Farms, Norco Hills and Norco Ridge ranch. Homes in the area tend to be on large lots.
The median home sold price in May of 2021 was $689,000, with homes selling at an average of 2.74% above asking price. Median days on market was 50 days.
There are 14 public schools in the Norco area with a good to higher rating. There are also several private and charter schools in the area.
Zip codes for Norco: 91752, 92860, 92880