Living in Covina gives you the big-town amenities, with a sense of small-town living.
Surrounded by a huge freeway system, you can take your choice of any climate you wish and be there in minutes. You can choose the beach with its cool breezes, the mountain fresh air or the fun of kicking up the sand. In addition, Covina has Puddingstone reservoir less than 10 minutes away for boating and water sports.
Life in Covina is quality and convenience with the Metro Link light rail for commuters, and Foothill Transit bus lines to take you just about any place you need to go.
Covina has fine restaurants and great shopping from local merchants to major retailers like IKEA and Home Depot.
Covina provides residents with fun events like the weekly farmer’s market, sports activities like baseball, softball and soccer and many seasonal events. All this, plus a safe and comfortable place to live with a first-class police force, and Los Angeles County fire department and paramedics make Covina a great place to live.
Median home prices start at $350,000 to $600,000, with quiet neighborhoods and great schools nearby.
Stable, old-fashioned neighborhoods and an extremely low crime rate make Covina an especially pleasant location for homebuyers.
The housing stock is a mixture of century-old historic homes and newer, more modern structures dating from the 1950s and ‘60s. Many of the homes reflect Southern California’s Spanish-style architectural influences, with ample use of stucco. The Covina Town Center Specific Plan, approved by the City Council in 2004, affords new opportunities for infill development in the Downtown area.