ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

  • Ekstrand Elementary
  • Gladstone Elementary
  • Grace Miller Elementary
  • Oak Mesa Elementary
  • La Verne Heights Elementary
  • Allen Avenue Elementary
  • Roynon Elementary
  • Shull Elementary

MIDDLE AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS

  • Lone Hill Middle School
  • Ramona Middle School

HIGH SCHOOLS

  • Bonita High School
  • Chaparral High & Vista Schools
  • San Dimas High School

Restaurants

  • Wahfles
  • Caffe Allegro
  • Pappas Artisanal
  • Spooner’s
  • El Merendero

Landmarks

  • University of La Verne
  • Downtown La Verne 
  • HISTORIC LORDSBURG: Lined by towering Deodar trees (Cedrus deodara), Third Street epitomizes the architecture of early La Verne.The heart of Lordsburg (Old Town La Verne) is home to a wide variety of businesses along "D" Street.
  • CARRION ADOBE: The historic Carrion adobe was built in 1868 for Saturnino Carrion on 380 acres. The parcel was part of the enormous Rancho San Jose land grant held by Carrion's uncle Ygnacio Palomares and his partner Ricardo Vejar. Today, the adobe sits on 2.13 acres just north of Brackett Airfield and Puddingstone Reservoir.
  • GREEN SPACES AND RECREATIONAL PLACES: La Verne is home to 19 parks, which provide a variety of recreation and leisure activity.
  • Sierra La Verne Country Club and Golf Course occupies 111 acres in north La Verne. This private enterprise provides golf in an attractive foothill setting and offers local organizations to host golf tournaments. The banquet facilities are available for rent for parties and weddings.
  • CIVIC CENTER: La Verne's City Hall and Community Center are located at "D" Street just south of Foothill Boulevard.