Downey is located from roughly 10 miles from the Pacific coastline. The city is close to a lot of freeways, which makes it an ideal place to live in. Additionally, the area is rich in business resources and recreational activities to enjoy.
The city of Downey features several parks and recreation facilities like the Independence Park Tennis Center, Wilderness Park, Meredith Perkins Skate Park, and the David R. Gavin Dog Park.
Whittier can boast an upscale residential community and styles itself as a city with a vision for the future. It has 23 parks, street medians, green space areas, and parkway trees. Aside from that, Whittier also features various recreational activities like for adult sports, aquatic adventures, senior services, therapeutic programs, and youth services.
Compton is dubbed as the “Hub City” due to its almost exact resemblance to the geographical center of Los Angeles County. It is the perfect city to live, work, and raise a family.
If you’re planning your itinerary for Compton, don’t forget to include the Gonzales Park and Aquatic Park, the Wilson Park, the Burrell-Macdonald Park, the Kelly Park, and Neighborhood Parks.
Paramount City is an attractive, dynamic, and well-run municipality that is a combination of residential, commercial, and industrial developments. It’s convenient location–being close to major freeways–makes the business industry flourish in the area.
The city has two public swimming pools, ten parks, and other state-of-the-art recreational parks open for public use. Among them are the Success Through Academics and Recreation (STAR) after-school program, and the Gang Resistance Is Paramount (GRIP). The city council sees to it that they have something for everyone!