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Highgrove is a census-designated place (CDP) in Riverside County, California, United States. The population was 3,988 at the 2010 census, up from 3,445 at the 2000 census. According to the most recent 2020 census data, 7,515 people live in Highgrove—a growth of 88.4
In the near future, the city of Riverside, California, intends to annex Highgrove.  The Spring Mountain Ranch community is currently being developed (opening by February 2022). The three newest largest master-planned communities in the Highgrove eastside region are Avalon, Cambria, and Sonoma (all opening in February 2022).
These are the only new single-family houses currently for sale in the city, located closer to Downtown Riverside and the University of California, Riverside. In addition, plans are underway for 846 brand-new townhomes with up to three stories next to the elementary school.
Since 1994, this group has published its own monthly newsletter, Highgrove Happenings.
The village of Highgrove was established in 1886, originally known as East Riverside, but it was renamed Highgrove after people got the two mixed up.
Citrus farmers have inhabited the Highgrove area since time immemorial, with its better than average fresh wind conditions blowing in from the west and into the east of a cove-shaped terrain, making it one of California’s most valuable citrus-farming regions for generations of farmers.
A landfill dumping ground was created in 1947 for farm waste that had been discarded. It originally served as a fire-burn dump until 1960, when there was a concern of severe smog in southern California.
In 1970, the Highgrove Agricultural Preserve was formed to protect the increasing number of orange trees being planted by farmers. In Riverside, more varied kinds of citrus fruits were produced for packing houses.
More farmers entered the market, and competition for fruit prices soared. From numerous new farming businesses in Central California, more competition on fruit costs had grown every day.
The rising land value and water cost for the groves by the end of the 1980s was another major consideration. By being so close to downtown Riverside, farm crops had become less profitable.
The preserve contract was not renewed in 1990, owing to increases in population density, housing scarcity, traffic congestion, and smog near Riverside. By 2000, citrus (predominantly orange) trees had been entirely removed and replaced with more modest varieties.
In 1998, the Highgrove sanitary landfill was permanently closed after 51 years of operation. There has been no methane release in any of the designated areas since the 2018 yearly report, which is good news.
Today, the community’s central business district is located on Pigeon Pass Road, which is immediately adjacent to it. The citrus industry waned in the region as new housing developments pushed agricultural areas out of production.
The first village at Spring Mountain Ranch was planned by RWR Homes in 2007, but construction halted due to the 2008 recession, and now KB Home will be completing this long-awaited project today, with no HOA fee as its main selling point. Other builders include D.R. Horton, Lennar, and Pulte, all of which
The Highgrove area is presently undergoing a metamorphosis, with more than 2,500 new single-family houses and 846 new townhomes proposed for the eastside site formerly known as the Highgrove Agricultural Preserve, which was legally reduced in 2008.
Highgrove is the only part of Riverside County where cannabis dispensary businesses are permitted to open within 250 feet.
A one-half-mile stretch of I-215 between the freeway and Wasatch Boulevard is being considered for up to 10 cannabis stores. The planning department is currently reviewing the fifth site, which has been given preliminary approval.
Given its census data, the city of Highgrove can approve up to 8 sites within the current Highgrove boundaries in the future. As new houses, townhomes, and apartments continue to be built, the number of locations that may be approved rises.
For future projects, downtown Riverside is expanding its boundary lines and spreading up north to Highgrove on Main St. north-end, just before the San Bernardino County line of Grand Terrace.
The formerly agricultural Highgrove region will become more integrated and urbanized into a new college town suburb of Riverside, with crescent-shaped new borderlines from the southeast side of the University of California at Riverside (UC Riverside) campus, next to Highgrove in the northwest, and then along with Spring Mountain Ranch community to the east.
In addition, new cannabis dispensary shops will be built in the area and will be accessible to University of California, Riverside students, as well as a new generation of homeowners and renters in Highgrove.
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