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Old 01-03-2012, 11:55 AM
 
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Yuacipa has it's problems but still a pretty nice place to live.
I moved here from Fontana about 20 yrs. ago. I have a mobile locksmith
service. Moderator cut: advertising
Been to several moble home parks and don't see how the city can raise the
rent on these poor people . Maybe the city council should try and live on a fixed income
and have someone raise their rent every year.
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Old 01-08-2012, 02:00 PM
 
Location: Yucaipa, California
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Yuacipa has it's problems but still a pretty nice place to live.
I moved here from Fontana about 20 yrs. ago. I have a mobile locksmith
service. Moderator cut: advertising
Been to several moble home parks and don't see how the city can raise the
rent on these poor people . Maybe the city council should try and live on a fixed income
and have someone raise their rent every year.
Moderator cut: advertising
Its not the city who raises the space rent. Its the greedy landlords. Yucaipa is under rent control so they let the landlords raise the rent by whatever the cpi is. The highest my rent was ever raised was about $11.00 month & the lowest was .26 month. If the greedy landlords could they would surely raise it ALOT. Rent control fee per space is $2.95 (landlord & tenant pay $2.95 ea). The city council is weak & they let the yvwd burn us BIG time. There is more going on in yucaipa then what you think. Look at upper yucaipa blvd. I DONT trust them + the paramedic fee is a con. Its ok cause they will get theirs someday.
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Old 01-10-2012, 10:47 AM
 
Location: El Segundo/All of South Bay up to Palos Verdes
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Well to be honest, its a nice place to live, (low crime rate) however being that my kids are grown & that I do commute far, I would really recommend to people that are more closer towards retirement and/any else my age or older that work nearby, otherwise its just too inconvenient, I really tried living there, I actually go by there from time to time (moved once again) but the fact is, everything else you love (Costco, Target, Walmart, Trader Joes, Home Depot) took a little more time to drive to each time (Redlands/Beaumont & sometimes San Bernardino where Hospitality lane is). Yes if those places were built (or are built....who truly knows what the future holds???) it will take away the quaint, calm cozyness of the rural living that everyone there so loves there.... & I did love it, but ultimately my decison was my husbands unhappyness, so therefore we moved again...I'll come back when I retire I suppose.
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Old 01-13-2012, 09:47 AM
 
Location: southern calif
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Be careful where you live in Yucaipa. Some areas pretty, but crime is on rise, druggies hang out at gas stations. Frequent sirens and police choppers overhead. Also, often get the pleasure of enjoying the nice chemtrails they dump on us in evenings and off and on throughout year. Go to Redlands or Beaumont area.
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Old 01-13-2012, 10:51 AM
 
Location: Declezville, CA
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enjoying the nice chemtrails they dump on us
I'll bet you miss Art Bell.
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Old 01-13-2012, 05:18 PM
 
Location: Yucaipa, California
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Be careful where you live in Yucaipa. Some areas pretty, but crime is on rise, druggies hang out at gas stations. Frequent sirens and police choppers overhead. Also, often get the pleasure of enjoying the nice chemtrails they dump on us in evenings and off and on throughout year. Go to Redlands or Beaumont area.
I didnt know about the chemtrails. Yucaipa has a new grocery store on county line rd & calimesa blvd called save-a-lot foods & & its not too shabby. Fruits, veggies & meats are better priced then staters & fresh n easy & most of the brands are private labels. Some prices & products are good & some arent. I walk around town sometimes (6 miles in the past 4 days) to save gas.
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Old 06-17-2017, 02:04 PM
 
Location: Jurupa Valley, CA, USA 92509
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Default Yucaipa is NOT a desert!

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to live in Yucaipa?

Unless you just broke and you want to live 70 miles outside of Los Angeles with no desire to be where there are things to do. I used to work in Yucaipa, while living in Redlands. Worked for a place providing earthquake braces for trailers in those trailer parks. Yucaipa is NO WHERE NEAR the coast. You make sure you visit. Just save another two thousand dollars and start looking for roommates in LA somewhere. You will really regret moving to Yucaipa. Sounds good for a good ol Uncle type but not if you are younger.Its the desert.
I'll have you know that Yucaipa is certainly NOT a desert. Sure, you might come across some desert flora (i.e., cacti, aloe vera, etc.)/landscaping every once in a while, but overall, Yucaipa is NOT a desert whatsoever. Annually, it receives over 10 inches of rainfall. You want to see real desert? Come to Palm Springs, Indio, Blythe, Victorville, Yucca Valley, Lancaster, Palmdale, Borrego Springs, El Centro, Calexico... basically, anywhere that's a REAL desert!

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Old 06-17-2017, 05:53 PM
 
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Enjoying the weather, Brandon?
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Old 06-17-2017, 07:32 PM
 
Location: Jurupa Valley, CA, USA 92509
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Enjoying the weather, Brandon?
You bet I am! I read that on Tuesday it may reach up to almost 125°F!
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Old 06-18-2017, 04:55 AM
 
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Brandon, you need to head over to Barstow & cool down...it's only going to get to 113F there on Tuesday!
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