Ramona Neighborhood in Riverside California

The Ramona neighborhood is a historic neighborhood in Riverside, California. It is bounded by Arlington Avenue, Madison Street, the Riverside (91) Freeway and Jackson Street. The neighborhood was part of the original City boundaries and formed the most western edge of the City when Riverside was founded in 1883. The neighborhood is now centrally located within the City due to the expansion of the City’s limits to the west.

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The neighborhood was named after Ramona, a popular novel by Helen Hunt Jackson. The novel tells the story of a young woman who falls in love with a Native American man. The novel was a major success and helped to popularize the image of the American West.

The Ramona neighborhood quickly grew and became a thriving community. The neighborhood was home to a number of citrus groves and packing houses.


The Ramona neighborhood is still a vibrant and thriving community. The neighborhood is home to a diverse population of families, professionals, and students. Ramona is known for its beautiful homes, tree-lined streets.

The Ramona neighborhood is home to a variety of architectural styles, including Queen Anne Victorian, Craftsman, and Bungalow. The neighborhood is also home to California Baptist University which has expanded considerably in recent years.

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