Welcome to Monrovia
Monrovia is one of the oldest cities in Los Angeles County, with a population of about 36,600 residents and an area of 13.7 square miles, according to the 2010 United States Census Bureau. Located in the highly populous and thriving area of Los Angeles county, Monrovia offers so much to those interested in cultural and historical heritage. Since 1915, the city has remained a premier location for commercials, movies, and TV shows. It is also well known for its Old Town, which includes an assortment of retail, industry, business and manufacturing. Every week, Monrovia features its own popular farmers market that attracts residents from all across Los Angeles.
Although Old Town remains central to the best of Monrovia, the rest of the city is filled with gorgeous parks like Library Park, home to Monrovia’s newest public library, as well as shopping centers, weekly festivals, and flourishing businesses. The Monrovia Unified School District consists of one high school, two middle schools five elementary schools, and Citrus Community College. As of the beginning of 2013, with no utility tax, and the lowest city fees in the San Gabriel Valley, residents recognize Monrovia as a city committed to quality, community, and notoriety with businesses all over Los Angeles.
Monrovia includes the friendly communities of Monrovia, Canyon Truck Trail, Canyon Blvd, Foothill Blvd, Encinitas Ave, Mayflower Ave, Olive Ave, California Ave, Central Ave, Peck Rd, Camino Real, Mayflower Village and City Center.