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Welcome to Ale Vaey S

ince the days of Gable and Lombard, when rumors of their stolen visits to the Yucca Loma Ranch were whispered in Hollywood, Apple Valley has been known as “A Better Way of Life.” People who settle here do so by choice and not out of necessity. They are attracted by the clean air of the High Desert, the hometown feeling of the area and to Apple Valley in particular—it is a wonderful place to locate a business and raise a family.

Exploring Apple Valley through this publication will reveal several surprises sure to delight you. You will discover that Apple Valley is considered the premier community of the High Desert, and find out how Apple Valley meets the needs of families and businesses. Bright and clear, Apple Valley sunrises set the tone for a busy, active community. Apple Valley is centrally located for your business and manufacturing needs. While overcrowding drives growing businesses out of L.A. and San Bernardino to other states, Apple Valley offers 78 square miles in which to successfully grow your business and family. Our healthy community is the ideal location to expand. Many Hollywood movie stars realized that in the 1940s. Apple Valley was the family home of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. Dale often stated that she realized she made the right decision to live in Apple Valley just by watching an Apple Valley sunset. Apple Valley’s unique scenery and beautiful sunsets have also made it the perfect location for several movies. You too can have the same experience by visiting Apple Valley.

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Wildlife also abounds in Apple Valley. On quiet desert nights, you can hear coyotes in the distance. In the morning, quail and jackrabbits scurry off for their homes as another beautiful day begins in Apple Valley. Birds of every variety—including owls, hawks and road runners—make Apple Valley and the High Desert perfect for those who like to view wildlife up close. While no publication can tell all, we hope you will take the time to browse the pages of this book and learn about Apple Valley’s beauty. Come and discover why Apple Valley can offer you and your family A Better Way of Life.

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Welcome to Apple Valley Apple Valley at a Glance History Location & Transportation Dining & Entertainment Tourism Recreation Residential Living Shopping Education Business & Industry Sunset Hills Memorial Park

Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Scott Stone

Government Worship

This is a Town Square Publication created and produced for the Apple Valley Chamber of Commerce 16010 Apple Valley Drive • Apple Valley, CA 92307 Phone: (760) 242-2753 Website: www.avchamber.org

Buyer’s Guide

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Director Scott Ray Editor Gerry Alger Production Manager Joseph Nugara Client Liaison/Content Coordinator Stefanie Mikutis Acquisition Manager Mark Waligorski

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Chairman, CEO, President and Publisher Douglas K. Ray

Health Care

Every effort has been made to assure the accuracy of the information in this publication. The Chamber and Town Square assume no responsibility for misinformation. Please contact the Chamber with any additions or corrections. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission of the Chamber and Town Square is prohibited.

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Advertising Sales Bill Wentzel Directories Coordinator Michael Sumrak Ad Production Coordinator Tiffany Salerno This publication is produced on paper that comes from sustainably managed forests, recycled or controlled sources. The ink used contains low volatile organic compounds or solvents. Our printer, Sutherland Printing of Montezuma, IA uses alcohol substitutes, participates in waste recovery programs and holds environmental permits issued by the Department of Natural Resources.


Ale Vaey at a Glance DEMOGRAPHICS Demographic Overview Current Population (2014) ................................................70,809 Current Regional Population* (2014) ............................381,748 Average Household Size (2014)...........................................2.91 Median Age (2014)................................................................37.3 Home Ownership (2014)...................................................70.0% Total Households (2014)...................................................24,164

Commute Patterns Commute Time...............................# of Workers | % of Workers Less than 15 minutes ..........................................6,004 | 25.92% 15 to 29 minutes ..................................................8,605 | 37.14% 30 to 44 minutes ..................................................2,445 | 10.55% 45 minutes and over ...........................................6,113 | 26.39% Source: Claritas Pop Facts Demographic Snapshot 8/17/06

Source: ESRI: Demographics and Income Profile 2014 *Regional Population estimate is based on a total of Victorville, Hesperia, Apple Valley and Adelanto populations; unincorporated areas are not included in this estimate.

Historic and Projected Population Estimates 1995....................................................................................50,586 2000....................................................................................53,976 2005....................................................................................63,868 2010....................................................................................69,135 2014....................................................................................70,809 2019....................................................................................73,374 Source: ESRI: Demographics and Income Profile 2014

Educational Attainment of Population over 25 Years of Age Years of School Completed..........Total (2007) | % Distribution Less than High School ..........................................6,662 | 15.3% High School .........................................................13,070 | 30.1% Some College ......................................................12,469 | 28.7% Associate’s Degree ..................................................4,076 | 9.4% Bachelor’s Degree ...................................................3,930 | 9.1% Graduate Degree ....................................................3,193 | 7.4% Source: US Census Bureau 2012

Income Level Per Capita (2014).............................................................$21,483 Median Household (2014) ..............................................$46,301 Average Household (2014).............................................$62,551 Source: ESRI: Demographics and Income Profile 2014

Q UA L I T Y O F L I F E Climate January Low/High.........................................................31 F/60 F July Low/High ...............................................................61 F/99 F Prevailing Wind speed ......................................5-10 Knots/Hour Annual Precipitation (inches).................................................6.2 Elevation (feet) ....................................................................2,947 Source: www.weather.com

Housing Cost & Availability Median.........................................................$155,000 - $200,000 # of Homes on Market ...........................................................291 Average Time on Market ................................................49 Days

Household Income Distribution Annual Income.................................Total (2014) | % Distribution Under $35,000........................................................9,016 | 37.4% $35,000-$49,999 .....................................................3,795 | 15.7% $50,000-$74,999 .....................................................3,934 | 16.3% $75,000-$99,999 .....................................................2,805 | 11.6% Over $100,000 ........................................................4,615 | 19.1%

Source: Chicago Title Market Condition Report Aug 2014

Source: ESRI: Demographics and Income Profile 2014

Crime Rate Property Crime Rate per 100,000.......................................1.952 Violent Crime Rate per 100,000 ............................................157

L A B O R AVA I L A B I L I T Y Labor Force and Unemployment – Town of Apple Valley Date.....................Total | # Unemployed | Unemployment Rate July – Aug 2014 .........................................26,053 | 2,570 | 9.9%

Rental Costs Single-Family Home (3-bedroom, 2-bath) .......... $895 - $1,050 Apartments (2-bedroom) .........................................$560 - $795 Source: BlueStar Properties/VIP Property Management Sept 2014

SAFETY

Source: FBI Crime Statistics (http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/crime-in-theu.s/2011/crime-in-the-u.s.-2011/tables/table8statecuts/table_8_offenses_know n_to_law_enforcement_california_by_city_2011.xls) 2011

Sources: California Employment Development Dept., LMID (www.labormarketinfo.edd.ca.gov); US Bureau of Labor Statistics 2014

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s early as the late 18th century, explorers began trekking the valley along the Mojave River. The Spanish missionary Father Francisco Garces, the explorer Jedediah Smith and government topographer John C. Fremont were among the earliest non-natives to the area, but it was the discovery of silver and gold that brought large numbers of settlers. The area witnessed many struggles between the original inhabitants and the later settlers. In January 1867, the last NativeAmerican battle was fought a few miles east of what is now Apple Valley, at a place called Chimney Rock. Today, people of many ethnic cultures live together in the peaceful surroundings of the valley, and the legacy of these cultures is evident throughout the area. Chimney Rock is marked by a state registered historical monument, and the old mine shafts can still be seen in the surrounding hills.

The years following World War I brought many changes that affected the area’s residents. The orchards suffered from a devastating fungus, the cost of operating electricity-driven water pumps increased, and apples and other fruits from the Pacific Northwest arrived in California markets. Many orchards died, and the valley returned to its

Mrs. Ursula M. Poates (one of those early arrivals, settling around 1893) is credited with having named the area Apple Valley. Mrs. Poates promoted real estate around the “Gateway to the Golden Land of Opportunity.” The colorful and dynamic woman advertised the 640-acre “City of Apple” in numerous newspapers. Mrs. Poates claimed that the area was called “Appleton Valley” at the time. She is quoted as saying, “There were apples being grown along the river, but not by the ‘ton,’ so I just called it Apple Valley.” Mrs. Poates’ efforts were later overwhelmed by the federal government, which opened thousands of acres to homesteaders shortly after the dawn of the 20th century. By 1914, apple growers were earning $350 to $500 per acre of fruit. Within a year and a half, the state legislature and the federal government had authorized the Victor Valley Water Project (the largest in the nation at that time), and the Santa Fe Railway began to lay double trackage to serve the anticipated needs of the area. On April 17, 1917, the United States entered World War I. Soon thereafter, young farmers, homesteaders, dam-builders and cowhands began to march off to fight instead of developing the area.

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original landscape of quiet desert beauty. Finally (from 1944-46), frosts, heat and hail fell upon the surviving orchards. For the next seven years, firewood – the only thing growers had left to sell – was carried across Cajon Pass for burning in the fireplaces of Los Angeles. In 1945, Newton T. Bass and Bernard (Bud) J. Westlund, oil field wildcatters, became the area’s primary developers. Drilling in the Apple Valley area, Bass found something even more valuable than the oil he was searching for: water. Bass and Westlund bought 20,000 acres east of Victorville from the Union Pacific Railroad and decided to develop a community. The men pioneered land development, turning the acreage that they bought into a recreational and retirement “bedroom” community. This development has made Apple Valley one of the desert’s most prosperous areas. With extensive advertising and sales offices in other cities, Apple Valley lot sales reached the 5,000 mark within five years. Following the Apple Valley example, developers built golf courses and other recreational facilities, and modern homes began to replace the weather-beaten board shacks left behind by

the homesteaders. The boom of schools attested to Apple Valley’s attraction. In 1909, the Apple Valley School District had to “borrow” one pupil in order to have the minimum seven students that were required to hold class; between 1949 and 1958, three elementary schools and a junior high school were built and expanded. Known as a retreat for movie stars and the sight of several movie productions, Apple Valley became world famous. Among celebrities who came up to make movies or to just get away from it all were Red Skelton, Fred MacMurray, Jonathon Winters, Caesar Romero, Anthony Quinn, Dorothy Malone, Raymond Burr, Chuck Connors, Lawrence Welk, John Charles Thomas, Dean Martin, Dale Robertson and Desi Arnaz. Bass, who died in 1983, was once asked why he wanted to build a city out in the middle of nowhere. He said, “I had the vision to see, the faith to believe and the courage to do it.” Apple Valley Today! The Town of Apple Valley is not just a place. Apple Valley is an experience. Here a family can have a real home, uncrowded and sun drenched. The air is clean and the neighbors friendly. The community was incorporated on November 28,1988 with a population of just 41,000. The Victor Valley, in which Apple Valley is located, has a population of more than 300,000.

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Location & Transpoation

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he key to Apple Valley’s history and current prosperity is transportation. With the Mojave River and the Cajon Pass running through it, our area is the natural corridor to Southern California. Spanish priests, Mormon settlers and the railroads knew our area was the safest and fastest way to travel to and from Southern California. In fact, the existence of water in the Mojave River had made this a natural route for Native Americans over the centuries. The coincidence of the location of Cajon Pass near the source of the Mojave River is a history- making combination. In 1769, Lt. Pedro Fages led the first Spanish exploration through the Cajon Pass. The following year, Juan Bautista de Anza opened the Santa Fe Trail across the desert from the missions of Arizona and Sonora, and Francisco Garces led a party up the Colorado River to Needles and across the desert to the Victor Valley in 1776. Explorer John Fremont traveled throughout much of the territory. In 1844, he returned to Washington after traveling across the Cajon Pass and along the “Mohahve” River.

H I G H WAY S : Apple Valley is served by a modern, wellcoordinated highway system. Interstate 15 extends southward to San Diego, connecting with Interstate 10 and 215 and State Routes 60 and 91. Northbound, I-15 runs to Las Vegas, and connects with State Route 58 and Interstate 40. State Route 18 is the major northern east-west corridor in Apple Valley, and its proposed realignment – along with intermodal transportation facilities in Barstow (20 minutes) and San Bernardino (40 minutes) – will significantly enhance the region’s already formidable presence in the transportation of goods and services in and out of the Los Angeles basin.

R A I L : Amtrak passenger services are available at the Victorville Transit Center (16838 D Street, Victorville).

Eventually, the railroad came to Victor Valley. Overcoming a difficult task of engineering, the first track climbed and wound over Cajon Pass from San Bernardino to arrive in 1883. Built by the California Southern Railroad (later AT&SF) under the supervision of L. N. Victor, the line reached the Atlantic & Pacific (UPRR) junction at Barstow/Daggett in 1885. In 1923, the road crossing the Pass was paved for the first time. The area has always been known as the gateway to North America, and, as the facilities become more congested in Southern California, business and industry are turning their attention northward. Less congestion means faster movement of goods, and savings to companies who have to compete in the national and international market.

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T R U C K S : Roadway Express, Inc. (located 20 minutes away from Apple Valley) and Yellow Freight Systems, Inc. (one hour away from Apple Valley), serve the major trucking needs of the area. A I R : The newly expanded Ontario International Airport, a onehour drive from Apple Valley on Interstate 10, handles passenger travel for Apple Valley. Apple Valley Airport is the gem of the county’s high desert, located in the Town of Apple Valley. Built in 1970, it is the gateway to the Victor Valley region and offers a year-round VFR. Flying services available at Apple Valley Airport include fuel, food, maintenance, charters, rentals and flight training. Southern California Logistics Airport (SCLA) is located 10 miles from Apple Valley. The City of Victorville and Stirling, a Foothill Ranch, California-based development company, has a

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public/private partnership arrangement to redevelop the former George Air Force Base into Global Access, Victorville, CA. The partnership is dedicated to creating jobs and economic activity in the region. At completion, Global Access is anticipated to create more than 24,000 jobs and support another 18,500 jobs in the surrounding area. Global Access in Victorville, California is an 8,500-acre multi-modal freight transportation hub supported by air, ground and rail connections. The largest fully integrated commercial development in the region, Global Access, is comprised of three development divisions which include: Southern California Logistics Airport, a 2,500-acre world-class aviation and air cargo facility serving domestic and international needs. Southern California Logistics Centre, a 2,500-acre commercial and industrial complex totaling 60 million square feet of diverse development. 3 Southern California Rail Complex, a planned 3,500-acre intermodal rail and multi-modal complex including rail-served facilities. Bus: Victor Valley Transit Authority provides local bus services. Apple Valley is also served by the Greyhound Bus Lines at the

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Victorville Transit Center (16838 D Street, Victorville). Charter bus service is also available.

P O RT S : The nearest ports are at Los Angeles-Long Beach.

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Dining & Entertainment

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he early years of Apple Valley offered many entertainment and dining possibilities – a tradition that continues today. Probably the most famous dining and dance hall, The Branding Iron set the tone for unique entertainment in Apple Valley. While it no longer exists, the ideals of fun, great food and meeting your friends and neighbors in a relaxing atmosphere is still prevalent in our dining establishments today.

Apple Valley offers a host of outstanding family run restaurants that reflect the pride of the owners. There are all kinds of choices, including steak houses, Italian, Mexican and American style. They are like old friends, offering great atmosphere and comfort. You can step into an Italian restaurant, seemingly right out of Brooklyn, where the owner has been known, on occasion, to sing a perfect rendition of Tony Bennett to his patrons. You can join the Country crowd and learn line dancing after your dinner of steak and baked potato. Taste the great margaritas and dip into great salsa at the neighborhood Mexican restaurant. Country cafés offer great hamburgers or fried chicken and mashed potatoes in a warm, friendly setting. You choose!

local nightspots. Karaoke is popular in several pubs, and some of the local talent is outstanding. If you like a fine glass of wine, the local wine club hosts dinners that feature a sampling of the appropriate wines with the appropriate meal. Don’t have time for a sit-down dinner? Grab your meal on the run with any number of fast food restaurants in town, from hamburgers to burritos. A bag of burgers is perfect before a high school football game in the Newton T. Bass Stadium.

After dinner, you can see a nearby movie or watch a play. In the summer, you can catch a baseball game at the Maverick Stadium or go dancing at one of the several

Tourism

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oy Rogers and Dale Evans loved Apple Valley so much they made it their home, and their first museum was located on Happy Trails Highway (Hwy. 18). Why did they love Apple Valley so much? One reason is because of the wide, open spaces, the outstanding desert sunset, the access to mountain and ski resorts and the wide range of things to see and do.

Come see a little piece of how prehistoric man lived, by visiting the Calico Early Man Site, located on Minnelola Road exit of I-15, Yermo. Discovered in 1942, this important archaeological site allows the public to see what prehistoric life was like. Thousands of tools and other artifacts can be viewed year-round, Wednesday through Sunday. Call 760-252-6000 for more information. Calico Ghost Town is another historical site. Once a thriving silver mining community, now a great place to take the family. You can dine, be entertained, take a train ride, walk through a mine and watch cowboys shoot it out on Main Street.

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California Route 66 Museum celebrates a time when the automobile was king. The museum includes artifacts of the famed Route 66, rotating exhibits and a permanent display of roadside attractions. San Bernardino County Fairgrounds is home to annual events, including the County Fair. Over 100,000 people attend the fair to enjoy a rodeo, award-winning livestock, a carnival, vendor booths, stage shows, art and photo shows, craft shows and much more. Other events include stock car racing, Special Olympics, a gun show and more. Turn back the clock and set it for Shakespeare’s Elizabethan England at the annual Renaissance Pleasure Faire in May. With over 1,000 costumed performers and guests, the fair will entertain you with jousts, stage plays, handmade crafts and stalls where visitors can learn how to make necessary items of the day. You can also find food and drink of the era and spend time enjoying games of the past.

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eautiful sunshine 90 percent of the year and clear high desert air means Apple Valley is ideally suited for the outdoor enthusiast. From its central location, you can drive to the beach, the mountains or both – in one day! Or stick close to home and enjoy the myriad opportunities at your doorstep.

A unique feature of the community is a network of equestrian trails that allow easy travel by horseback through many areas of the town. Horse enthusiasts will find a very active equestrian community, with many planned events at Horsemen’s Center (a town-owned facility featuring arenas and riding trails). If you prefer traveling by golf cart rather than horseback, Apple Valley is home to several golf courses. Beautiful greens and outstanding courses offer challenges for the advanced golfer, while still providing an enjoyable experience for beginners. Many famous golfers and celebrities have tried their hand at the Apple Valley Golf Course, including Lloyd Mangrum (1914-1973) who was ranked 10th on the all-time list of PGA tour wins at his induction into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1998. Across town, the scenic vistas of the public Jess Ranch Golf Course, Ashwood Golf Club make for a great day of golfing, regardless of the final score! For variety, the avid golfer can also try one of the other half dozen golf courses in neighboring communities, including Spring Valley Lake, Victorville Municipal Golf Course and the Hesperia Golf Course. Local fishing opportunities abound at the Jess Ranch trout farm, Hesperia Lakes and in the numerous local mountain lakes, providing relaxing fun for the entire family. With great expanses of natural desert at Apple Valley’s back door, local groups of conservationists and outdoor enthusiasts regularly organize hikes to view everything from wildflowers to historic sites. Some may prefer to go exploring on their own, and will be thrilled to rediscover mysterious petroglyphs carved into desert boulders and cliffs along the Mojave River by early inhabitants (whose only other memorials are a few primitive tools left near ancient campsites). Calico Early Man Site is another must-see for visitors to the high desert. This was the only New World archaeology project undertaken by the renowned archaeologist/paleontologist Dr. Louis S. B. Leakey. The site is located about 15 miles northeast of Barstow off Interstate 15. The history of this site dates back to 1942 when amateur archaeologists discovered what they believed to be primitive stone tools in this area – fragments of which were embedded in the sediments of an ancient Pleistocene Era lake shoreline called Lake Manix. Off-road vehicle riding is popular and welcome in nearby designated areas. Sand washes, dunes and mesquite thickets cover the 22,500-acre Rasor Road open area 45 miles northwest of

Barstow. Rolling hills and open valleys invite riders willing to travel to this remote area. Elevations range from 2,427 square feet down to 1,275 feet at the Mojave River. The area also offers opportunities for hiking, rock scrambling, rock hounding and plant, bird and wildlife watching. Keep an eye out for the desert tortoise, a state and federally listed threatened species. Also, riders are urged to stick to the designated riding areas to avoid the many deep mine shafts in the vicinity. Locally, the Town of Apple Valley Parks and Recreation Department offers a wide variety of recreation and sports activities for all ages – from special interest classes to sports leagues to after school programs to excursions. A quarterly Recreation Activity Guide is mailed to residents to keep them apprised of the fun. Some of the classes offered through the department include painting, dancing, computers and even “Puppy Kindergarten!” A comprehensive pee-wee sports program teaches three- to five-year olds the building blocks of sport skills and teamwork in a noncompetitive environment. Open rides and campfires at Horsemen’s Center bring the equestrian community together, and day camps offer kids a fun and safe place to go during school breaks. A year-round calendar of town-wide special events provides fun in a family environment. Events include Jazz Night Street Fairs, the Fourth of July Freedom Festival (an old-fashioned Fourth of July celebration) and the Apple Valley Round Up – a tradition begun in 1947 that features a parade, 5/10K run, carnival and entertainment stretching over an entire weekend every September. The department also manages 15 parks and special use facilities throughout the town. The ski and recreation areas of Big Bear, Lake Arrowhead and Wrightwood are only an hour’s drive from Apple Valley. These resort areas offer skiing in the winter and boating and lake activities in the summer. Oktoberfest is celebrated in Big Bear in traditional German fashion with music and beer halls. Lake Arrowhead offers outstanding shopping opportunities and a robust cultural environment with many music and art festivals. In addition to being close to nature, Apple Valley is a short drive from the entertainment opportunities of Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Less than a two-hour drive will bring you to the beaches and major attractions of the L.A. area. An easy three-hour drive on I-15 will put you in the glow of the casino lights at Stateline and Las Vegas, where visitors can enjoy a variety of top entertainment and family recreation in addition to gambling. Apple Valley is a great place to live and play. Don’t miss the opportunity to find out what our founders knew…Apple Valley is a great place to raise a family in the wide, open spaces – a place for “A Better Way of Life.”

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pple Valley’s half-acre minimum lot size makes it unique among High Desert communities. This tradition began with founders Newt Bass and Bud Westlund in the 1940s.

Bass and Westlund built quality homes with a flavor of the West, and the larger lots allowed for horses, creating the ideal setting for an upscale equestrian lifestyle. There is no place like home, especially when home is in Apple Valley. The area continues as one of the nation’s top housing markets. Within this explosive market, Apple Valley ranks as the premier residential community.

Apple Valley is almost entirely single-family detached homes, with over 70 percent owner occupied. The median home value of $320,000 compares favorably with housing prices in Orange and Los Angeles counties, and the value has drawn thousands of new residents to Apple Valley. A variety of financing is available for home purchases. Custom homes have been the norm in Apple Valley over the years. However, quality, upscale, gated communities within Apple Valley are now in high demand. Finding your new home in Apple Valley will be easy because of the outstanding real estate companies in the area. You will be amazed at the selection and options you have. Come and take a look!

Clean air, low population density, low crime rates, excellent schools and a suburban, semi-rural lifestyle are some of the reasons families first purchased their homes in Apple Valley. Apple Valley continues to be the first choice of homeowners who demand a quality lifestyle. Spacious custom homes on large lots typify Apple Valley’s residential community. From affordable half-acre ranchettes, equestrian estates or executive manors, Apple Valley offers housing choices for all.

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rom the large shopping malls to outlet centers and convenient local retail stores, you will be pleasantly surprised at the conveniently located shopping experience in and around Apple Valley.

Designer name-brand clothing stores and home furnishings are featured in the two large outlet malls. Over 100 stores can be found in both malls, one located one half hour north and the other located one hour south on Interstate 15. Both feature famous name brands at discount prices. In addition to retail stores, several restaurants and movie theatres are located in the centers. You and your family can spend a day shopping, dining and being entertained at some of the finest centers in Southern California.

Closer to home, The Mall of Victor Valley offers convenient shopping year-round. This regional center features Sears, JC Penney’s, Macy’s and over 100 specialty retailers and restaurants. In addition, a movie theatre adds to the shopping experience. You can also enjoy some of the holiday spirit at The Mall of Victor Valley with a visit from Santa Claus at Christmas and the Easter Bunny in the spring. Fashion shows and model searches also take place near the food court, where several restaurants serve great ethnic and American food. In addition, Apple Valley is home to Lowe’s, Wal-Mart, Target and Kmart. All feature a garden shop, clothing for the family, electronics and much more. Several grocery and drug stores are available in Apple Valley, and their modern facilities are open 24 hours.

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Education

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roviding a world-class education is critical to the future of Apple Valley. Preparing our 21st Century Learners for their future is the mission of the schools in Apple Valley. The community takes great pride in our schools. Apple Valley’s education system shines with nationally recognized private and public educational institutions. The Apple Valley Unified School District offers outstanding educational opportunities to our students through a wide range of programs. Well known for high academic achievement, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) programs, and for producing students attending the finest post secondary schools in the nation, Apple Valley Unified prepares its students to be College and Career Ready. The District has a National Blue Ribbon School, California Distinguished Schools and a National “Schools to Watch” school.

Apple Valley Unified School District is a leader in the Alliance For Education, demonstrated by the ongoing expansion for STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) related academies and pathways. Partnering with local business and industry our students are preparing for their careers. Our High Schools offer multiple academies including: Medical Allied Health, Precision Machining and Design, Systems Control and Data Acquisition, Video Media and Broadcasting, and Computer Media. The High Schools offer strong Advanced Placement programs and highly successful AVID (Advancement Via

Individual Determination) programs. The district’s Web site is www.avusd.org. Apple Valley Unified has a premier K-12 Charter School, The Academy for Academic Excellence, sponsored by The Lewis Center for Educational Research. The Lewis Center provides hands-on instructional programs for elementary, middle and high school students throughout our local communities and the nation. Internationally recognized programs and projects include the partnership with NASA and JPL, to enable elementary through high school students around the country to operate a 34-meter radio telescope located in Goldstone, California, allowing students to carry out scientific projects and experiments over the Internet. Students from the Southern California region visit the Lewis Center for programs in archaeology, California Gold Rush history, and offer monthly observatory viewing at the optical observatory. The Lewis Center’s Web site is www.lewiscenter.org. Other private K-12 schools in the area include: Apple Valley Christian School and St. Timothy’s Episcopal School. Many Higher education opportunities exist in our area, including Victor Valley College, University of Redlands, Cal Baptist University, Azusa Pacific University, University of La Verne and California State University at San Bernardino.

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Victor Valley College has a state of the art Safety Occupations Facility that includes fire science and police science programs with accident simulation, paramedic training simulation, and a fire tower. The College is located at 18422 Bear Valley Road, Victorville. The college can be reached online at www.vvc.edu.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 760-245-4271 18422 Bear Valley Rd., Victorville, CA 92395

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ndustrious people with a strong work ethic are part of the history of Apple Valley. Farming, fruit trees and, of course, apple orchards sprung up during the 1920s. The mining industry began operation in the area at the turn of the century and continues today. Cement and limestone are the main materials supplied by local mining operations surrounding Apple Valley.

Today, Apple Valley is virtually an untapped market for service and industry. Apple Valley offers both established and new businesses an unequaled climate for success. Start-up and operating costs for new and expanding businesses are among the lowest in Southern California. Premium land sites, affordably priced land and a growing labor force of both skilled workers and professionals makes Apple Valley the perfect location for companies. Located outside the South Coast Air Quality Management District (part of the Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District), Apple Valley offers opportunities not available in the Los Angeles basin for manufacturing and industry. In addition, low labor and production costs, development fees, as well as low property taxes make Apple Valley an attractive business location. Apple Valley has the highest estimated mean income of all the Victor Valley cities. The medical industry is also growing, and services include cardiology, radiology, oncology, pain management and more. Financial institutions in Apple Valley include Bank of America, Desert Community Bank, American Security Bank, Washington Mutual Bank, and Alaska USA Federal Credit Union. Major companies to small home-based businesses make Apple Valley their home because of the potential for growth. With the population of the area estimated to be 339,800 and growing, locating your business in Apple Valley makes sense. The Town of Apple Valley continues to show steady growth in all sectors of the local economy, led by continued growth in sales, tax revenues and the single-family residential sector. Small apple orchards and farms were the beginning of industry here. The apple orchards are gone but growth continues in Apple Valley – the perfect place to plant your business.

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M A J O R E M P L OY E R S Company Name Apple Valley Unified School District St. Joseph Health St Mary’s Wal-Mart Logistics Center Target Stores, Inc. (2 stores) Stater Bros. (2 stores) Lowe’s Home Improvement Wal-Mart WinCo Foods Apple Valley Christian Centers Town of Apple Valley Home Depot Century 21 Fairway Realty Albertsons McDonald’s (2 stores) Bear Valley Fabricators & Steel Supply Applebee’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill Kmart American Integrity Company

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Sunset Hills Memorial Park N estled into the Sycamore Rocks at the east end of Apple Valley, Sunset Hills Memorial Park is not only one of the most scenic areas of the Valley, it is quickly becoming a tourist destination. The cemetery’s popularity is partly due to its most famous residents, King of the Cowboys Roy Rogers and his wife, Queen of the West Dale Evans. Dale Evans so firmly believed in Sunset Hills, that she spent many hours there after the death of Roy. Dale would sit at the Rogers Family Estate Garden overlooking the valley, working on some of her many books.

Shortly after the passing of Roy, Dale approached Sunset Hills Founder Chet Hitt about building a chapel in honor of her late husband. Hitt responded that no tribute to Roy would be complete without mention of Dale and the idea for the Roy Rogers - Dale Evans Sunset Chapel was born. He made a promise to Dale on that day, and on February 19th, 2007, that promise was fulfilled.

and more couples are choosing to celebrate the beginning of their lives together, with a wedding on the Chapel grounds. Charities and other local organizations have found that the Chapel, with its state-of-the-art technology, knowledgeable and caring staff and flexible layout, is the perfect location for their events.

Sunset Hills Memorial Park & Mortuary is nationally recognized as one of the most innovative and beautiful funeral facilities anywhere, and national media and funeral industry executives often visit the park “to see what Chet Hitt’s been up to.” Using the natural rockscape of the park as well as artificial rocks and grass, estate gardens and mausoleums have been designed which allow the families of Sunset Hills to own the most unique cemetery property available today. Photos of all of the properties of Sunset Hills, as well as service schedules, online obituaries and live webcasts are available on the company Web site at www.sunsethills.cc.

Today, the Roy Rogers - Dale Evans Sunset Chapel is a place of Celebration that Dale would have been proud of. In fact, at the Chapel Grand Opening in 2007, Roy “Dusty” Rogers, Jr. praised Chet Hitt for maintaining the “spirit of life and celebration” that meant so much to his Mother. In addition to the “Celebrations of Life” which the Chapel was built for, more

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Health Ca

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he founders of Apple Valley understood that providing healthcare is a top priority. Numerous medical clinics, offices, specialized clinics and physicians practice excellent medical care in Apple Valley. Area residents have access to three hospitals within a 15-minute drive – St. Joseph Health, St. Mary, Desert Valley Medical Center and Victor Valley Global Medical Center.

St. Joseph Health, St. Mary offers a wide range of services from wellness and prevention programs such as diabetes education to an emergency department and heart care services including the only open-heart surgery program in the High Desert. For over 50 years, this High Desert hospital has grown and continues to plan for the future progressing from a small hospital in 1956 to the comprehensive, 212-bed medical center it is today. St. Joseph Health, St. Mary's dedication to serving the Victor Valley has remained intrinsic to its core values of Hospitality, Dignity, Justice, Service, and Excellence. The hospital provides the following services: • 24-Hour Emergency Services • Comprehensive Cardiac Services • Outpatient Surgery Pavilion • Pediatric Care • Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy • Senior Select Membership Program • Mobile Health Services • Chest Pain Emergency Center • Open Heart Surgery Program • Level II Neonatal Intensive Care • Diagnostic Imaging Services • Diabetes Education Services • Physician Select Referral Services • Robotic-Assisted Surgery Program • Center for Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine

Medical Staff is made up of more than 300 High Desert doctors. These physicians provide services in a multitude of disciplines including pediatrics, oncology, cardiology, family medicine, internal medicine, obstetrics and more. Physicians on staff at St. Mary have offices throughout the Victor Valley and San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. St. Joseph Health, St. Mary is accredited by HFAP, one of only three national voluntary accreditation programs authorized by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to survey all hospitals and other medical facilities for compliance with the Medicare Conditions of Participation. HFAP has been accrediting healthcare facilities for more than 60 years and under Medicare since its inception. For more information, go to: www.hfap.org. St. Joseph Health, St Mary is part of the St. Joseph Health. The facilities that comprise the system offer a wide variety of services within each of three regions: Northern California, Southern California and West Texas/Eastern New Mexico. St. Joseph Health, St. Mary Specialty Clinic also recently joined with High Desert Primary Care to form St. Mary High Desert Medical Group, which boasts more than 40 physicians, several urgent cares, senior membership program (Senior Select).

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Desert Valley Hospital, an innovative 148-bed acute care hospital provides state-of-the-art, quality health care. Desert Valley Medical Group is the largest multi-specialty medical group in the area since 1985. The Hospital was founded and built from the ground up by Dr. Prem Reddy in 1994. Desert Valley Hospital’s emergency department is the most efficient in the region with Fast Track that significantly reduces patient wait times. Desert Valley Hospital received a coveted “accreditation with commendation” designation in its first year of operation from the Joint Commission. Desert Valley Hospital is a five time winner of the “Top 100 Hospital” in the Nation award presented by Thomson Reuters. Premier/CareScience recognized the hospital as one of the Top 1% of Hospitals in the Nation for quality of healthcare. HFAP (Hospital Facilities Accreditation Program) gave the hospital the highest marks of any hospital in California for quality patient care with a 99.4% score of achievable standards. PacifiCare’s Quality INDEX survey conducted in 2004 ranked the hospital the top of the Top 10 Hospitals in California, surpassing Loma Linda, Eisenhower and Hoag Memorial Hospitals. Desert Valley Hospital’s post-anesthesia care unit is a nine-bed unit that cares for not only post-surgical patients, but also patients following special procedures.

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Gastrointestinal endoscopy procedures are the most common procedure. The department addresses the dynamics and complexity of pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients needing surgical procedures 24 hours a day. The department is functionally segregated from other hospital units and is staffed and equipped with the necessary specialized equipment to meet the needs of those patients requiring surgery. The five areas of service that make up the Surgical Services Department are surgery, pre-operative holding area, postanesthesia care unit, special procedures room, and central sterile supply. Surgery has four operating suites. The types of surgery provided are General, Urological, Gynecological, Orthopedic, Plastic, Vascular, ENT, and Endoscopic. Located in Victorville, Desert Valley Hospital also offers more than 20 private rooms (at no additional charge), a six-bed Intensive Care Unit and a Step-Down Unit for patients who require a higher level of care than their regular acute-care setting. Desert Valley Birth Place offers six decorated private suites for sharing the joy of new life in a home-like atmosphere. Emergency medical care is available without an appointment 365 days a year through their Emergency Department. Overlooking Apple Valley at the top of the hill in Victorville, Victor Valley Global Medical Center, is a 101-bed acute-care nonprofit hospital. The Hospital is governed by a board of directors comprised of area business professionals and physicians, and advised by a Physician Advisory Board and Community Advisory Board, and is the first dual accreditated hospital by the Joint Commission and Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program. The hospital is committed to improved community health and to their position as the premier hospital providing excellence in care, community leadership, and becoming the employer of choice. Victor Valley Global Medical Center, offers a full range of family healthcare services, from primary acute and highly specialized regional services to outpatient services, vascular, orthopedic, and nationally recognized maternity and gynecological care programs. Victor Valley Global Medical Center services also include a 24hour Emergency Department, and Senior Emergency Department.

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Government

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he Town of Apple Valley was incorporated in 1988 as a general law city. Wishing to retain the hometown feeling embedded in the rural roots of the community, the incorporation drive chose “town” over “city” (although both terms mean the same thing under California law). Celebrating 20 years as a town in 2008, the fivemember Town Council is proud of the accomplishments achieved in 20 short years, and continue to base their decisions on whether the outcome contributes to “A Better Way of Life” for residents, businesses and visitors. Town Hall is located at the Apple Valley Civic Center at 14955 Dale Evans Parkway. Opened in 2002, the 25,000-square-foot Town Hall houses most town departments, as well as a recreation center and the Council Chambers. The Civic Center is also home to the Newton T. Bass San Bernardino County branch library (a 19,000-square-foot facility) and a 13,000-square-foot building that houses the Police Department and Code Enforcement Department. A 22-acre site immediately adjacent is under development as Civic Center Park, and includes a new aquatic center. The Town also operates 15 park and special-use facilities, including the James A. Woody Community Center and Gym, Horsemen’s Center and various neighborhood parks.

The Town of Apple Valley has a $104.4 million budget across all funds for fiscal year 2008-09. An aggressive road repair and capital improvement program has resulted in the paving of 90 percent of the 400 miles of roads in Apple Valley since incorporation. The Council’s “Vision 2010,” outlines the top 10 priorities, including roads, economic and retail development, community enhancement and recreation and park facilities and programs. For more information, visit the Town’s Web site at www.applevalley.org.

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pple Valley was founded on a strong tradition of community spirit and the belief of neighbor helping neighbor. While this old-fashioned tradition may have died out in some communities around the country, it is still strong in Apple Valley.

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The community’s churches and worship centers have been leaders in keeping this tradition alive – through words and through example. Local churches tackle community projects by partnering with other churches to get the job done. A multi-faith, after-school kids’ care program, neighborhood clean-up projects and an interfaith thrift shop (to raise money for low-income families) are among the projects that our faith community has taken on together. Area houses of worship range from the large, well-established to the small and intimate. Families and friends can gather in beautiful houses of worship for most faiths with over 180 congregations, including Catholic and Protestant (denominational and non denominational).

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Buyer’s Guide Accountants - Certified Public

Sage Hypnotherapy

Diamond Collison Center

W.A. Thompson Dist. Co.

Bayless Accountancy Corporation

11650 Chimayo Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 985-8270

22050 U.S. Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 240-2999

P.O. Box 549 Barstow, CA 92312 (760) 253-2311

Take Shape For Life

Automobile Repairs & Services

Business Services

15358 Lookout Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 954-4443

Autoworks Specialists

Citizens Business Bank

22367 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 240-2210

19197 Town Center Dr. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 961-6900

Big Apple Automotive

Dean’s Consulting Service

21775 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-7255

15840 Wichita Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 946-3050

Desert Fiat

Desert Community Bank

14617 Civic Dr. Victorville, CA 92394 (760) 245-7991

16003 Quantico Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-1123 x1351

23819 Huasna Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307-6767 (760) 240-0000 John W. Hulterstrom, CPA

18484 Hwy. 18, Ste. 165 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-3393 Miers & Miers CPA

135 Cal Ave. Barstow, CA 92311 (760) 256-8612 Starbuck Walsh, LLP

16057 Kamana Rd., Ste. A Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-9222

Teva Pharm

1065 LaSalle Cir. Corona, CA 92879

Ambulance Services American Medical Response

14828 Seventh St. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 952-7422

Appliances - Repairs

Donna J. Wells, CPA

Midway Home Solutions

Diamond Collison Center

Enterprise Funding Corp.

15505 W. Sand St., Ste. 101 Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 243-1515

14444 Atstar Dr. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 245-3731

22050 U.S. Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 240-2999

300 E. State St., Ste. 230 Redlands, CA 92373 (909) 792-3803 x27

Advertising - Print/Newspaper

Architecture, Engineering & Planning

Dreamcars Auto Repair

Fairwinds Accounting & Tax Service

16675 Walnut St., #A Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 948-2644

19955 Chickasaw Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 946-4705

Rancho Motor Co.

The HR Edge

15425 Dos Palmas Rd. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 245-7981

7486 SVL Box Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 218-6960

Sunland Ford

Inland Empire Small Business Development

Daily Press - Freedom Communications

13891 Park Ave. Victorville, CA 92393-1389 (760) 241-7744 Yellow Book

Virtual Office Only CA (909) 578-7427

Air Conditioning & Heating

Frick, Frick & Jette’ Architects

19153 Town Center Dr. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 240-6211 x15 Robert A. Martinez Architect & Associates

15487 Seneca Rd., #203 Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 241-7858

15330 Palmdale Rd. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 241-7751

Above All Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc.

Attorneys

P.O. Box 400934 Hesperia, CA 92340 (760) 868-8058

3750 University Ave., Ste. 250 Riverside, CA 92501 (951) 684-2171

American Pacific Mortgage

12600 Hesperia Rd., Ste. B Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 946-0000

Gresham Savage Nolan & Tilden, APC

Law Offices of Caldwell, Kennedy, & Porter

Valley Hi

15710 Valley Center Dr. Victorville, CA 92393-1508 (760) 962-9600 x7695 Victorville Motors, Inc.

15490 Civic Dr., Ste. 102 Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 951-1592 Julio’s Cellular Services, Inc.

17382 Main St. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 948-7822

15476 W. Sand St. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 245-1637

14617 Civic Dr. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 245-7991

Law Offices Debra S. Popineau-Baker

Awards & Promotional Items C ME PROMOTIONS & Embroidery

Servpro of Hesperia/Apple Valley

Airports

19031 Hwy. 18, Ste. 130 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-6527

15032 Olive St. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 244-2566

Apple Valley Airport

Audio Visual Rentals

17198 Yuma St., Ste. C Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 241-3577

21600 Corwin Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-2371

Groovelabs, LLC

High Desert Laser Graphics

Solution Strategies International, Inc.

Alternative Medicine

16541 Iwa Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 240-9449

12284 Industrial Blvd., Ste. B-1 Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 951-8812

10559 Jefferson Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232 (310) 641-0920

Apple Valley Spine & Nerve Institute

Auto Body & Collision Repairs

Beverages

Spirit River Center & Executive Offices

18409 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-1900

Big Apple Automotive

PureRite Drinking Water, Inc.

Phillips Heating and Air Conditioning

11429 Santa Fe Ave. E. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 792-6259

Steven Hodgkin, M.D.

15366 Eleventh St., Ste. K Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 245-6465

21775 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-7255

17610 Alder St. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 948-8895 R & S Beverage Company

17500 Adelanto Rd. Adelanto, CA 92301 (760) 530-2288

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Passantino Andersen

42305 10th St. W. Lancaster, CA 93534-7080 (661) 538-1100

19555 Oshkosh Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-7747 Stacy Stricklin Payroll Services

15412 Myalon Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 217-6855

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Staples

Hi-Desert Center for Spiritual Living

Vern’s Glass

W.A. Thompson Dist. Co.

12353 Mariposa Rd. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 955-2288

18575 Corwin Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-2302

15361 Anacapa Rd. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 241-0994

P.O. Box 549 Barstow, CA 92312 (760) 253-2311

Union Bank of California

Sword of Grace

Victorville Glass Co., Inc.

Wal-Mart

20254 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-2681

P.O. Box 1843 Victorville, CA 92393-1843 (760) 242-2363

P.O. Box 969 Victorville, CA 92393 (760) 245-3456

20251 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 946-2030

Victor Valley Marketing Group

Transformation Multi-Cultural Fellowship (TMF)

Copiers & Supplies

Wal-Mart DC #7033

Quantum Office Products

16239 Kamana Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307-1332 (760) 646-9140

12180 Ridgecrest Rd., #328 Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 780-0382

21101 Johnson Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 961-6300

Computers & Copiers

Dental

Apple Valley Christian Academy

Xerox/Image Source, Inc.

Apple Valley Smiles

17072 Silica Dr., Ste. 102 Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 241-8044

12218 Apple Valley Rd., #110 Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 300-3678

22230 Ottawa Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308-5782 (760) 995-3516

Kount on Us Cleaning

Computers & Networking

Stephen M. Damiani, D.O.

12932 Hesperia Rd., Ste. B Victorviile, CA 92395 (760) 948-7070

Sonic Systems, Inc.

18092 Wika Rd., #110 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 946-3366

P.O. Box 2421 Victorville, CA 92393 (760) 242-8221 Well Said! Communications

31842 Cercle Chambertin Temecula, CA 92591 (951) 216-3515

Carpet, Upholstery & Rug Dealers/Cleaning

Servpro of Hesperia/Apple Valley

15032 Olive St. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 244-2566

Cement

12402 Industrial Blvd. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 242-2777 Top Notch Networking

15401 Anancapa Rd. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 241-6518

CEMEX California Cement, LLC

Consulting

16888 N. E St. Victorville, CA 92394-2999 (760) 381-7600

Dean’s Consulting Service

Hi-Grade Materials/Robar Ent., Inc.

17671 Bear Valley Rd. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 244-9325 Mitsubishi Cement Corporation

5808 State Hwy. 18 Lucerne Valley, CA 92356 (760) 248-7373 TXI Riverside Cement Company

P.O. Box 158 Oro Grande, CA 92368 (760) 245-5321 x213

Chambers of Commerce Apple Valley Chamber of Commerce

16010 Apple Valley Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-2753 California Chamber of Commerce

1215 K St., Ste. 1400 Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 930-1241 High Desert Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

14286 California St., Ste. 104 Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 241-6661 Lucerne Valley Chamber of Commerce

P.O. Box 491 Lucerne Valley, CA 92356 (760) 248-7215

Charters/Transportation

15840 Wichita Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 946-3050 Steven Hodgkin, M.D.

15366 Eleventh St., Ste. K Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 245-6465 Inland Empire Small Business Development

15490 Civic Dr., Ste. 102 Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 951-1592

Jess Ranch Dental

Leaf Wing Center

18805 Bear Valley Rd., #4 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 961-7001

15972 Tuscola Rd., #102 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-3353

Steven E. Kratofil, DDS

Lewis Cntr for Edu Research Mojave Rvr

16191 Kamana Rd., Ste. #102 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-7744

Apple Valley Glass

Developers

20983 Bear Valley Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 247-8003

Bridle Path Estates, LPP

Cooley Construction, Inc.

17525 Eucalyptus St., Ste. G Hesperia, CA 92340 (760) 948-8400

P.O. Box 1952 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-8727

12175 Pawnee Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-5126

Churches

Robert R. Yeghoian Co., Inc.

The Church for Whosoever

12191 Pawnee Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 247-8741

17500 Mana Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 946-5414 x215

Parkway Dental

19063 Hwy. 18, Ste. 102 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-7800

P.O. Box 1412 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-5381

15283 Pahute Ave. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 952-1765

13911 Park Ave., #100 Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 955-7555

Smile Makers

Bear Valley Fabricators & Steel Supply, Inc.

Azusa Pacific University

16098 Kamana Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-2620

21888 Bear Valley Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 247-7213

Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-3684

12555 Navajo Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 247-8001 x315

Brandman University Chapman University System

Accent Fence Company

B.R. Tinsley, Inc.

Apple Valley Unified School Dist.

Glenn Dental

Contractors

FHA Services, Inc.

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19195 Outer Hwy. 18, #201 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-0796

20258 U.S. Hwy. 18, Ste. 400 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 646-8839

Ebmeyer Charter & Tour

18628 Seneca Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-3191

Desert Dental Group

Education

4370 La Jolla Village Dr., Ste. 960 San Diego, CA 92122 (858) 546-0900 x241 Lewis Operating Corporation

1156 N. Mountain Ave. Upland, CA 91785 (909) 985-0971 Watson Land Company

22010 Wilmington Ave. Carson, CA 90745 (310) 952-6400

Direct Mail/Marketing Mojave Copy & Printing

12402 Industrial Blvd., E-10 Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 241-7898

Distribution Centers/ Warehouses

S.B.C. Superintendent of Schools

601 N. E St. San Bernardino, CA 92415 (909) 386-2902 San Joaquin Valley College

9331 Mariposa Rd. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 948-1947 Summit Leadership Academy High Desert

12850 Muscatel St., Ste. 1B Hesperia, CA 92344 (760) 949-9202 University of La Verne High Desert Regional Campus

15447 Anacapa Rd. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 843-0086 Victor Valley College Dist. Foundation, Inc.

18422 Bear Valley Rd. Victorville, CA 92392-5849 (760) 245-4271 x2251 Victor Valley Community College

18422 Bear Valley Rd. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 245-4271 x2544

Embroidery

Costco Wholesale #1010

C ME PROMOTIONS & Embroidery

14555 Valley Center Dr. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 524-9902

17198 Yuma St., Ste. C Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 241-3577

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Employee Benefits & Consultants

Fabricators

Food - Mobile Trailer/Catering

First District Supervisor

DiNapoli’s Firehouse Italian Eatery

Armstrong Fairway Insurance

Bear Valley Fabricators & Steel Supply, Inc.

17072 Silica Rd. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 245-2561

P.O. Box 1412 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-5381

12474 Cottonwood Ave. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 995-8100

Engineering

Hi-Grade Materials/Robar Ent., Inc.

ALTEC Engineering, Inc.

17671 Bear Valley Rd. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 244-9325

19531 U.S. Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-9900

17856 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-5802 Edible Arrangements

The Hang Out Cafe

Fairgrounds

J.E. Miller & Associates

San Bernardino County Fairgrounds

19343 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-6777

14800 Seventh St. Victorville, CA 92392-4024 (760) 951-2200

Merrell Johnson Companies

Fences

22221 U.S. Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 240-8000

Accent Fence Company

So & Assoc. Engineers, Inc.

16209 Kamana Rd., Ste. 200 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-2365 Solution Strategies International, Inc.

10559 Jefferson Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232 (310) 641-0920 TerraMins, Inc.

12277 Apple Valley Rd., #184 Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 285-5801

Entertainment Digiplex Destinations

22311 Bear Valley Rd., #A Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 240-9661 High Desert Mavericks

12000 Stadium Way Adelanto, CA 92301 (760) 246-6287 San Bernardino County Fairgrounds

14800 Seventh St. Victorville, CA 92392-4024 (760) 951-2200

Equine Silver Oak Stables

13840 Lakota Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-0705

Escrow/Title Services Chicago Title Escrow Services

17330 Bear Valley Rd., #101 Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 241-8606 First Mortgage Corporation

15040 Seventh St. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 962-6860

Estate Planning ArchAngel Estate Planning & Trust Services

16191 Kamana Rd., #202 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 946-2233 ArchAngel Financial

16191 Kamana Rd., Ste. 202 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 946-2220

12180 Ridgecrest Rd., Ste. 518 Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 269-0260 21600 Corwin Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-4800 Jersey Mike’s Subs

19179 Bear Valley Rd., Ste. 8 Apple Valley, CA 92308 (858) 243-1317

21888 Bear Valley Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 247-7213

Siam Thai Cuisine

Financial & Financial Advisors

18564 Outer Hwy. 18, Ste. 203 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-5093

Alaska USA Federal Credit Union

Food Mobile Trailer/Catering

14250 Seventh St. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 813-8138

Oggis Pizza & Brewing Company

Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, Business and Commercial Services

14250 Seventh St. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 810-7449

19201 Bear Valley Rd., Bldg. D Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 240-8977

Food Products, Services, Supplies & Brokers Take Shape For Life

15358 Lookout Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 954-4443

American Pacific Mortgage

12600 Hesperia Rd., Ste. B Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 946-0000

Fuels Beck Oil, Inc.

Ameriprise Financial

16640 D St. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 245-4191

980 Montecito Dr. Corona, CA 92789 (760) 810-6456

Chevron #1488

ArchAngel Estate Planning & Trust Services

19180 Bear Valley Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 247-2937

16191 Kamana Rd., #202 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 946-2233

Gifts & Engravable Promotional Items

ArchAngel Financial

JMCO Marketing and Promotions

16191 Kamana Rd., Ste. 202 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 946-2220

16688 Juniper St. Hesperia, CA 92345 (888) 948-0559

Capstone Consulting Group

Golf

15505 W. Sand St., #102 Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 243-2551

Apple Valley Golf Course

15200 Rancherias Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-3653

Edward Jones Investments

19015 Town Center Dr., Ste. 205 Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 240-8720

Government

Elite Insurance & Financial

22400 Headquarters Dr. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 987-4021

18484 U.S. Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 946-0432

Apple Valley PBID

P.O. Box 1044 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-9600

Freedom Financial Services

18231 Hwy. 18, Ste. 7 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-8997

Congressman Paul Cook

The IRA Center

14725 Seventh St., Ste. 1000 Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 868-1093 Union Bank of California

20254 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-2681

Apple Valley Fire Protection Dist.

Mojave Water Agency

13846 Conference Center Dr. Apple Valley, CA 92307-4309 (760) 946-7000 Safety Employees’ Benefit Association

735 E. Carnegie Dr., Ste. 125 San Bernardino, CA 92408 (909) 885-6074 San Bernardino County Assessor Office

172 W. 3rd St. San Bernardino, CA 92415 (909) 387-6730 Town of Apple Valley

14955 Dale Evans Pkwy. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 240-7000 Town of Apple Valley Police Department

14955 Dale Evans Pkwy. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 240-7400 Victor Valley Wastewater Reclamation Authority

20111 Shay Rd. Victorville, CA 92394 (760) 246-8638

Grocery Stores Costco Wholesale #1010

14555 Valley Center Dr. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 524-9902 Stater Brothers Market

12253 Apple Valley Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (909) 783-5038

Home Building American Pacific Mortgage

12600 Hesperia Rd., Ste. B Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 946-0000

Home Mortgage Loans Wal-Mart

20251 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 946-2030

Hospice Care Bear’s Private Homecare

12152 Cobblestone Dr. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 951-4803 Community Hospice of Victor Valley

16147 Kamana Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (888) 293-4170 Gentiva Hospice

17290 Jasmine St. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 241-7044 St. Bernardine Care Providers, Inc.

14955 Dale Evans Pkwy. Apple Valley, CA 92307

18064 Wika Rd., Ste. 201 Apple Valley, CA 92307-2125 (760) 242-6720

Employment Resource Center San Bernardino County

Hospitals

17310 Bear Valley Rd. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 552-6550

www.avchamber.org

Desert Valley Hospital/Medical Group

16850 Bear Valley Rd. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 241-8000

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St. Joseph Health St. Mary

Insurance

Media - Radio/Television

American Cancer Society

18300 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307-0725 (760) 242-2311 x8260

Armstrong Fairway Insurance

CBS Radio

11920 Hesperia Rd. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 244-2000

6355 Riverside Ave. Riverside, CA 92506-3163 (951) 300-1200

Hotels

17072 Silica Rd. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 245-2561

Americas Best Value Inn

Bayer Cemetery and Insurance Brokers

Charter Business Communications

11625 Lawson Ave. Adelanto, CA 92301 (760) 530-2200

20578 Ottawa Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 247-8518

12858 Production Way Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 241-8670

Courtyard by Marriot

Dan Smith Insurance Agency, Inc.

El Dorado Broadcasters

9619 Mariposa Rd. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 956-3876

14950 Circle Dr. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 245-5344

12370 Hesperia Rd., Ste. 16 Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 241-1313

Hawthorn Suites

Elite Insurance & Financial

KVVB Television

11750 Dunia Rd. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 949-4700

18484 U.S. Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 946-0432

15363 Tamarick Rd. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 684-8748

Hilton Garden Inn

ISU Stephen B. Marvin Insurance Agency

Mobile Home Parks

12603 Mariposa Rd. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 952-1200

18419 U.S. Hwy. 18, Ste. 5 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-4651

Apple Valley Village Mobile Home Estates

Income Tax Preparation

ISU-ARMAC Insurance Agency, Inc.

Apple Valley Tax Service

17177 Yuma St. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 241-7900

13631 Navajo Rd., Ste. 101 Apple Valley, CA 92308-5737 (760) 810-0710

23456 Ottawa Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 247-8313

Mortgages

American Legion Post 256

16278 Pauhaska Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 961-9188 Apple Care Center

11959 Apple Valley Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 240-5051 Apple Valley American Little League

P.O. Box 1183 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-5441 Apple Valley Senior Citizens Club

13188 Central Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-3155 Assistance League of Victor Valley

22021 Outer Hwy. 18 S. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 961-2468 Boy Scouts of America

Kennedy Professional Insurance Agency

Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, Business and Commercial Services

19167 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-2345

14250 Seventh St. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 810-7449

LegalShield

American Pacific Mortgage

18835 Hwy. 18, Ste. A Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-8865

12600 Hesperia Rd., Ste. B Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 946-0000

LegalShield

First Mortgage Corporation

California Writers Club High Desert Branch

19733 Bear Valley Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 680-0914

15040 Seventh St. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 962-6860

20258 Hwy. 18, Ste. 430 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 221-6367

State Farm Insurance Co.

Investment Bankers Network

Career Institute

16048 Tuscola Rd., Ste. 1 Apple Valley, CA 92307-1328 (760) 242-0033

9384 SVL Box Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 220-6590

15431 Anacapa Rd., Ste. I Victorville, CA 92392 (909) 731-8238

Interior Design

Mortuaries

Community Hospice of Victor Valley

Decorating Den Interiors

Bayer Cemetery and Insurance Brokers

13455 Malaki Rd., Ste. 2B Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 247-5393

20578 Ottawa Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 247-8518

Janitorial

Desert View Memorial Park

Jerry Klein

Knecht Kleaning

16360 Main St. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 244-5434

14622 Tigertail Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (909) 273-3558

11500 Amargosa Rd. Victorville, CA 92392-8124 (760) 244-0007

Armida Murphy

Job Training/Counseling

Apple Valley Transfer & Storage

11150 Lancelet Ave. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 240-0298

Career Institute

21284 Corwin Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-4878

Individuals Peter Allan

20202 Massai Trl. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 240-5074 Art Bishop

16273 Crown Valley Dr. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 987-4021 Desiree Burgnon

13544 Quapaw Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 946-1357 Glee Heikes

14604 Tiger Tail Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-2900 Ed Henry

18926 Kaibab Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307-1503 (760) 963-7247

Kate O’Rourke

10383 Choiceana Ave. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 669-0696 Richard A. Rorex

19328 Oneida Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-9820 Marcella L. Taylor

19900 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 985-1918

15431 Anacapa Rd., Ste. I Victorville, CA 92392 (909) 731-8238

Nonprofit Organizations

Cactus Wren Garden Club

16184 Laguna Seca Dr. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-5100

16147 Kamana Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (888) 293-4170 Desert Communities United Way

16192 Siskiyou Rd., Ste. 4 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-5370 Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation

Bldg. 1317 Normandy Dr. Fort Irwin, CA 92310 (760) 380-3509 Don Ferrarese Charitable Foundation

P.O. Box 3182 Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 951-8003

Employment Resource Center San Bernardino County

A Better Way Victor Valley Domestic Violence

17310 Bear Valley Rd. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 552-6550

P.O. Box 2825 Victorville, CA 92393 (760) 955-8010

Marketing/Consulting Passantino Andersen

Academy For Grassroots Organizations

42305 10th St. W. Lancaster, CA 93534-7080 (661) 538-1100

P.O. Box 293928 Phlean, CA 92329 (760) 949-2930

15075 Seventh St. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 843-0701

Alpha Connection, Youth & Family Services

Friends of Apple Valley Library

Well Said! Communications

31842 Cercle Chambertin Temecula, CA 92591 (951) 216-3515

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Moving & Storage

P.O. Box 8910 Redlands, CA 92375 (909) 793-2463

22675 Anoka Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 247-7930

www.avchamber.org

Enterprise Funding Corp.

300 E. State St., Ste. 230 Redlands, CA 92373 (909) 792-3803 x27 Family Assistance Program

P.O. Box 1154 Adelanto, CA 92301 (760) 247-2022


Greater Hope Foundation Foster Agency

Parade of Pianos

Optometry

Spirit River Center & Executive Offices

P.O. Box 544 Barstow, CA 92312 (760) 256-0432

13319 Waco Dr. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 961-0611

Apple Valley Optometry

19555 Oshkosh Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-7747

Happy Trails Children’s Foundation

The Phoenix Foundation

10755 Apple Valley Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 240-3330

P.O. Box 803 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-2290

High Desert Community Foundation

Quail Valley Estates, Inc.

16000 Apple Valley Rd., C-3 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-8877

P.O. Box 2205 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 240-1066

P.O. Box 1423 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-5842

Party & Event Rentals High Desert Party Rentals, LLC

10360 I Ave. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 948-4700

Pharmacies Jonathan’s Pharmacy

High Desert Employer Advisory Council

Rotary Club of Apple Valley

P.O. Box 210 Victorville, CA 92393 (760) 815-5332

16640 Tao Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 946-0700

High Desert Homeless Services, Inc.

Safety Employees’ Benefit Association

14049 Amargosa Rd. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 245-5991

735 E. Carnegie Dr., Ste. 125 San Bernardino, CA 92408 (909) 885-6074

High Desert Opportunity, Inc.

Salvation Army

P.O. Box 542 Victorville, CA 92393-0542 (760) 245-7600

14585 La Paz Dr. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 245-2545

High Desert Yak Pak

Soroptimist International Apple Valley

8144 SVL Box 1 Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 486-1218

20258 Hwy. 18, Ste. #430, PMB #275 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-1706

Inland Empire Small Business Development

Victor Valley Association of Realtors

15490 Civic Dr., Ste. 102 Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 951-1592

19341 Bear Valley Rd., Ste. 103 Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 983-2599

11890 Hesperia Rd. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 244-8841

Jocelyn’s Journey

Victor Valley College Dist. Foundation, Inc.

17174 Century Plant Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 220-0261

18422 Bear Valley Rd. Victorville, CA 92392-5849 (760) 245-4271 x2251

Kiwanis of Apple Valley

Victor Valley Community Concert Association

P.O. Box 472 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-1701 LifeStream Blood Bank

12520 Business Center Dr. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 843-9700 Marine Corps Community Services

MCLB Barstow, Attn: MCCS Marketing, Bldg. 319 Barstow, CA 92311 (760) 577-5893 Marine Corps League Detachment 1383

15006 Tuscola Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 963-7875 Mohahve Historical Society

P.O. Box 21 Victorville, CA 92393 (760) 985-1918 Morongo Tribal TANF

685 E. Carnegie Dr. San Bernardino, CA 92408 (951) 392-4528 Moses House Ministries

15180 Anacapa Rd. Victorville, CA 92393 (760) 955-1895 Neighbors United

20258 U.S. Hwy 18, Ste. 403 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 403-0087

20440 Hwy. 18, Ste. 103 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-2641 Apple Valley Land Co.

18231 Outer Hwy. 18 S. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-3344

Choice Medical Group

Bass Enterprises

18564 Hwy. 18, Ste. 105 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-7777 x230

14924 Chamber Ln. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 946-1550

Heritage Victor Valley Medical Group

Bounce Realty

12370 Hesperia Rd., Ste. 3 Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 245-4747

17993 Hwy. 18, Ste. 1 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 964-7240

Teva Pharm

Bridle Path Estates, LPP

1065 LaSalle Cir. Corona, CA 92879

4370 La Jolla Village Dr., Ste. 960 San Diego, CA 92122 (858) 546-0900 x241

Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-3684

United Healthcare

18793 Sutter St. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 983-8291 Daily Press - Freedom Communications

13891 Park Ave. Victorville, CA 92393-1389 (760) 241-7744

Propane Silver Valley Propane

Victor Valley Marketing Group

Agio Real Estate

B.R. Tinsley, Inc.

12402 Industrial Blvd., E-10 Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 241-7898

16692 Mojave Dr. Victorville, CA 92393-1992 (760) 243-9646

Real Estate

12441 Hesperia Rd. Victorville, CA 92395 (951) 316-6223

Mojave Copy & Printing

Victor Valley Community Services Council

P.O. Box 1227 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 240-9535

CareMore

Printing & Advertising

P.O. Box 1054 Victorville, CA 92393-1054 (760) 961-0486

P.O. Box 2421 Victorville, CA 92393 (760) 242-8221

Physician Medical Groups

Valley Insured Property Management, Inc.

13523 Manhasset Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 252-4455

Century 21 Fairway Realty, Inc.

18484 Hwy. 18, Ste. 150 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-2121 Coldwell Banker Commercial

15500 W. Sand St., 2nd Fl. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 684-8000 Coldwell Banker Home Source

12138 Industrial Blvd., #102 Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 684-8100 Exit Realty Blaine Associates

16000 Apple Valley Rd., Ste. C2 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-5157 GVD Commercial Properties

Victor Valley Women’s Club

Bluestar Properties

1915-A E. Katella Ave. Orange, CA 92867 (714) 639-2131

P.O. Box 2469 Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 553-4656

12176 Industrial Blvd., #1 Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 241-5995 x26

Lee & Associates Inland Empire North, Inc.

Victor Valley Young Marines

Coldwell Banker Commercial

22565 Outer Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 486-9911

15500 W. Sand St., 2nd Fl. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 684-8000

Office Supplies

GVD Commercial Properties

OfficeWorks

1915-A E. Katella Ave. Orange, CA 92867 (714) 639-2131

15401 Anacapa Rd. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 241-7111 x115

Property Management

14369 Park Ave., Ste. 200 Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 241-5211 McNamara Group

3936 Phelan Rd., Ste. B-14 Phelan, CA 92371 (760) 868-8000 Parker Properties

Quantum Office Products

Lee & Associates Inland Empire North, Inc.

22573 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 247-6456

12180 Ridgecrest Rd., #328 Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 780-0382

14369 Park Ave., Ste. 200 Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 241-5211

Real Living Hamilton Landon Real Estate

Staples

Quail Valley Estates, Inc.

12353 Mariposa Rd. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 955-2288

P.O. Box 2205 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 240-1066

www.avchamber.org

18888 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-8157

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Max Schetter

Bear’s Private Homecare

PureRite Drinking Water, Inc.

Taxes/ Bookkeeping

19764 Symeron Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-2129

12152 Cobblestone Dr. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 951-4803

17610 Alder St. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 948-8895

Stacy Stricklin Payroll Services

Shear Realty

Emeritus

Rancho Motor Co.

18564 Hwy. 18, Ste. 205 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 403-3178

11825 Apple Valley Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 961-1212

15425 Dos Palmas Rd. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 245-7981

Victor Valley Association of Realtors

Sierra Vista Independent and Assisted Living

SA Recycling

11890 Hesperia Rd. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 244-8841

Restaurants

10651 E Ave. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 947-5522

13815 Rodeo Dr. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 243-2271

Denny’s

18989 Bear Valley Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 961-7400

18064 Wika Rd., Ste. 201 Apple Valley, CA 92307-2125 (760) 242-6720

DiNapoli’s Firehouse Italian Eatery

Valley Crest Residential Memory Care

17856 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-5802

18524 Corwin Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-3188

Frogee’s Cocktail Lounge

Silk Screen

21820 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-6800

Splattered Ink, LLC

18855 Bear Valley Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 247-1999 The Hang Out Cafe

21600 Corwin Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-4800 Jersey Mike’s Subs

19179 Bear Valley Rd., Ste. 8 Apple Valley, CA 92308 (858) 243-1317 Juice It Up

Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 964-6528

Taxes/Bookkeeping Fairwinds Accounting & Tax Service

19955 Chickasaw Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 946-4705

Utilities Apple Valley Ranchos Water Co.

Splattered Ink, LLC

St. Bernardine Care Providers, Inc.

Giuseppe’s Pizza & Italian Restaurant

15412 Myalon Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 217-6855

22399 Powhatan Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 240-3197

21760 Ottawa Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-6484 AVCO Disposal Burrtec Waste

Staples

12353 Mariposa Rd. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 955-2288

17080 Stoddard Wells Rd. Victorville, CA 92394 (760) 245-8607 Charter Business Communications

Sunland Ford

15330 Palmdale Rd. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 241-7751

22399 Powhatan Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 240-3197

12858 Production Way Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 241-8670 Golden State Water Company

Take Shape For Life

15358 Lookout Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 954-4443

Solar Desert Solar

630 E. Foothill Blvd. San Dimas, CA 91773 (760) 247-7420 Julio’s Cellular Services, Inc.

22355 Powhatan Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 669-5460

Valley Hi

15710 Valley Center Dr. Victorville, CA 92393-1508 (760) 962-9600 x7695

SoCal Solar Energy, Inc.

12530 Hesperia Rd., Ste. 215 Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 242-7652 Vivint Solar

17382 Main St. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 948-7822 Southern California Edison

Vern’s Glass

15361 Anacapa Rd. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 241-0994

12353 Hesperia Rd. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 951-3160 Southwest Gas Corp.

18499 Phantom St. Victorville, CA 92394 (760) 552-0991

Victorville Glass Co., Inc.

P.O. Box 969 Victorville, CA 92393 (760) 245-3456

Sound/Stages/Lighting

13471 Mariposa Rd. Victorville, CA 92392 (877) 860-6020

Little Caesars Pizza

Groovelabs, LLC

Victorville Motors, Inc.

Victor Valley Wastewater Reclamation Authority

16061 Bear Valley Rd., #9 Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 948-5060

16541 Iwa Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 240-9449

14617 Civic Dr. Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 245-7991

20111 Shay Rd. Victorville, CA 92394 (760) 246-8638

Oggis Pizza & Brewing Company

Specialty Retail

Waggin’ Tails

Web Design

19201 Bear Valley Rd., Bldg. D Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 240-8977

Carpet Corral

Siam Thai Cuisine

18564 Outer Hwy. 18, Ste. 203 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-5093 Spirit River Cafe

16020 Apple Valley Rd., #B-4 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-1400

17846 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 242-5828

16901 Main St. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 244-3197

Wal-Mart

Culligan Water of the High Desert

106 N. Fifth Ave. Barstow, CA 92311 (760) 256-1056

20251 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 946-2030

Staffing

Decorating Den Interiors

ICR Staffing

Security Alarms

13455 Malaki Rd., Ste. 2B Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 247-5393

14360 St. Andrews Dr., #1 Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 245-8384

Apple Valley Communications, Inc.

Edible Arrangements

Labor Ready

21845 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-2668

12180 Ridgecrest Rd., Ste. 518 Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 269-0260

14344 Main St. Hesperia, CA 92345 (760) 948-4226

Hi Desert Alarm

Le Chateau De Soul

Victor Valley Personnel Services, Inc.

16637 Mojave Dr. Victorville, CA 92395 (760) 245-8600

19250 U.S. Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 240-7773

15000 Seventh St., #101 Victorville, CA 92392 (760) 245-6548

Senior Living

NAPA Auto Parts Apple Valley

Tailors

Apple Care Center

21745 Hwy. 18 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 247-6632

Linda’s Tailor Shop in Burlington Coat Factory

11959 Apple Valley Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92308 (760) 240-5051

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19968 Haida Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 887-2325

www.avchamber.org

Axiom Media, Inc.

P.O. Box 3178 Apple Valley, CA 92307 (760) 260-8060


Advertiser Index Apple Valley Airport............................................................................................................................................................. 7 Apple Valley Optometry .................................................................................................................................................... 19 Apple Valley Ranchos Water Company .............................................................................................................................. 22 Apple Valley Transfer & Storage, Inc. ................................................................................................................................. 16 Apple Valley UniďŹ ed School District .................................................................................................................................. 13 Choice Medical Group / Choice Physicians Network........................................................................................................... 1 Desert Community Bank................................................................................................................................................... 15 High Desert Skin & Laser Medical Center......................................................................................................................... 20 ICR StaďŹƒng Services.......................................................................................................................................................... 14 Lewis Center for Educational Research .............................................................................................................................. 13 Mitsubishi Cement Corporation............................................................................................................... Inside Front Cover Mojave Water Agency ........................................................................................................................................................ 17 Robert R. Yeghoian Co. Inc. .............................................................................................................................................. 17 Smile Makers ..................................................................................................................................................................... 20 ShredYourDocs.com ...........................................................................................................................................................16 St. Joseph Health, St. Mary High Desert Medical Group ..................................................................................... Back Cover Take Shape for Life ............................................................................................................................................................ 19 Town of Apple Valley ......................................................................................................................................................... 16 Victor Valley College.......................................................................................................................................................... 13 Victor Valley Wastewater Reclamation Authority ............................................................................................................... 17

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