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Torrance, CA

Torrance, CA


Torrance, CA

Moving to Torrance, CA – “A Balanced City”

Upon moving to Torrance you will be joining 145,438 others who love their city. Nicknamed “The city with a hometown feel,” Torrance is a suburb of Los Angeles, and is located in the South Bay region of Los Angeles County. Torrance is blessed to have 1.5 miles of beaches on the beautiful Pacific Ocean. Torrance’s ongoing core objectives for the city and its residents are harmonious relationships of local government, schools, industry, and community beautification which is apparent by their over 90,000 street trees. Torrance is only a short drive to many southern California attractions such as Disneyland, Universal Studios and Knott’s Berry Farm.

Moving to Torrance – What’s in store

Climate in Torrance. Residents of Torrance are accustomed to a moderate year round climate with warm temperatures and low humidity. August is Torrance’s warmest month with an average temperature of 71 degrees and January is the coolest month with average temperatures between 46-66 degrees. Torrance receives less than 13 inches of rain a year on average and it never snows—it’s California after all!

Getting an education in Torrance. Public schooling for grades K-12 is offered through Torrance Unified School District. If you are looking to further your education you might want to check out El Camino College or University of Redlands both are in the city and offer several degree programs in many different disciplines.

Getting around in Torrance. Torrance Transit offers fixed route bus services for residents to get around town and the South Bay region. John Wayne Airport and LA/Ontario International Airport are located near Torrance for all of your domestic and international flight needs.

Dining in Torrance. When it comes time for dinner your options in Torrance are abundant! Kings Hawaiian Restaurant & Bakery is a local favorite serving delectable Hawaiian cuisine. Kings Hawaiian serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as their famous desserts! Another local favorite boasting to be South Bay’s finest is Red Car Brewery & Restaurant. Red Car is committed to providing upscale but casual dining with several fresh and flavorful English-style ales. Other local favorites include: Lazy Dog Café, By Brazil, Vie De France, Gaetano’s, and Mediterraneo. Restaurants

Fun in Torrance. Torrance is South Bay’s area for fun in the sun and plenty of shopping! Torrance Beach is a favorite among locals because it is not near as crowded as other area beaches. The beautiful beach is surrounded by the Palos Verdes Peninsula and is great for swimming, scuba diving, surfing, and fishing. Nearby Redondo Beach has an excellent area for shopping called the Riviera Village. Riviera Village is a promenade shopping mall with numerous shops, restaurants, and boutiques. Torrance has its own premier shopping destination as well! Del Amo Fashion Center is a two level regional shopping mall located in the city. Del Amo is one of the largest shopping malls in the United States and is anchored by three Macy’s locations, JC Penney, Sears, and more than 300 retailers, restaurants, a fitness center, and an AMC Theaters Multiplex.

Moving to Torrance, California – New Resident Links

Torrance, CA- City Website
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The service center for Torrance, CA is located in Compton, CA.

Information about Torrance, CA

Est. Population: 140317
County: Los Angeles
Latitude: 33.8333
Longitude: -118.3333
Zip Codes: 90501
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